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Old 21-04-08, 07:17 PM
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my rig....

....soon to be watercooled all over!!

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dual fx-74 @ 3ghz

asus L1n64sli-ws

4gb dominator 8500

dual nvidia 9800 gx2

sblaster xfi elite-pro

dell 24" lcd

logitech denivo kboard/mouse

1200w toughpower psu

lian-li cube

dual water cooled system!!
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Old 21-04-08, 07:31 PM
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WOW, that is one very nice set-up mate
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Old 21-04-08, 08:29 PM
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DAMN!!! that things mighty fine. some insane power inside that monster.
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Old 21-04-08, 08:33 PM
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that is DAMN nice

AMD power FTW!!
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Old 21-04-08, 09:52 PM
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Looks mighty fine dude.. being and intel fan boy im going to say skull trail.. But realistically its farrrrr to expensive.. that thing should look sweet underwater..!
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Old 21-04-08, 09:53 PM
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Nice but man, those gx2's will need some more cpu hp to truely unleash but still a seriously awesome rig...

...Gets a bit jealous and wishes he didn't have to save for holidays so he could get shiny new pc goodness :/
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Old 22-04-08, 02:25 AM
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thnx....

....for your comments,appreciated

i had been holding out for quad core cpu's for this mobo.as you all know it was scrapped in favour of phenom quad...blah,blah.

anyhow,maybe some light at the end of the tunnel...perhaps.....,quad core 2*** opterons.am lookingf into it.if not an option i may just go for the single cpu.

ok,i am looking for suggestions regarding kit to watercool this 'oven'....anyone??

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dual fx-74 @ 3ghz

asus L1n64sli-ws

4gb dominator 8500

dual nvidia 9800 gx2

sblaster xfi elite-pro

dell 24" lcd

logitech denivo kboard/mouse

1200w toughpower psu

lian-li cube

dual water cooled system!!
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Old 22-04-08, 08:11 AM
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You want to w/c the lot?

I'd say 2 loops.

1st loop for the cpu's; so ddc pro/ultra pump, nice double/tripple rad like thermochill pa120.2 or pa120.3, two d-tek fuzions or ek supremes, 7/16" tubing and 1/2" barbs, oh and fans of choice. Thermochill rads are optimised for low cfm fans, I saw negligible temp diff swapping from 140cfm fans to 70cfm fans other than my ears thanking me!

2nd loop for gpu's; er, the same to be honest but with whatever w/b you like for the gx2, they all seem to cost ~£100!!!

Hope you have deep pockets!
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Old 23-04-08, 10:09 AM
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Umm... where do you live? (goes hunting for baseball bat)

What a monster, nice setup mate
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Old 23-04-08, 10:37 AM
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As was said, a single 4ghz QX9650 dosent power single GX2 enough at 2560x1600 let alone 2. Im thinking youd need one hell of a processor to run both at max potential. Never the less, AWESOME rig
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