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Old 25-10-15, 05:11 PM
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Great work dude.
Thanks, rather surprised by your reply, i know you're one of the members which are difficult to impress, the fact you haven't constructively criticized anything, its strangly satisfying

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Glad I could help bud I really need to push that pentium sometime.

I'm guess crossfire wasn't enabled for the 4k test as it seems a bit low?
Crossfire was enabled and i was using the latest driver at the time, but tbh we know from previous conversations that the card is holding back, im sure once the upgrades required are made we should see a increase in scores

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Looking good happy, let's hope you can get this build finished soon.
With you guys hassling me, no doubt in mind it'll be done soon

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Old 25-10-15, 07:04 PM
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Apart from all the issues that have arisen which you have battled through, you now need a 2D CNC machine lol so you can make your own. only so i can use it lol

Cant wait to see your card running at its max in benchmarks but it works in GTA at max so who cares
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Old 26-10-15, 02:27 AM
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Glad you got your issues sorted. Did you find out the root cause?

Just a question on the loop :
I thought the golden rule was pretty much res -> pump -> anything goes. Is there any risk in having the CPU block between the two? Or will gravity take care of things because the Res is physically above the Pump? I'm assuming the flow goes Res ->CPU -> Pump -> rads -> GPU.

Just curious because I'm considering a loop. I understand that sometimes a desired aesthetic or particular layouts require certain things to go in certain places. Anyways just a question not a criticism.

Build looks awesome
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Old 26-10-15, 08:12 AM
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Apart from all the issues that have arisen which you have battled through, you now need a 2D CNC machine lol so you can make your own. only so i can use it lol

Cant wait to see your card running at its max in benchmarks but it works in GTA at max so who cares
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Glad you got your issues sorted. Did you find out the root cause?

Just a question on the loop :
I thought the golden rule was pretty much res -> pump -> anything goes. Is there any risk in having the CPU block between the two? Or will gravity take care of things because the Res is physically above the Pump? I'm assuming the flow goes Res ->CPU -> Pump -> rads -> GPU.

Just curious because I'm considering a loop. I understand that sometimes a desired aesthetic or particular layouts require certain things to go in certain places. Anyways just a question not a criticism.

Build looks awesome
Yeah that is the rule, but aesthetics wins in this case, filling the loop isnt a issue really well not so much of a problem that it requires serious thought. The order of the loop is Res ->CPU -> Pump -> Rads -> GPU, i haven't come into any issues which i feel need me to reroute the loop, but this was the cleanest way to do it, if there was another way im sure it had been considered but with the case design and hardware used this was the best way to route it. Hope that answers your query.
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Old 26-10-15, 11:29 AM
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Awesome thanks heaps yeah it did.
Looks great!
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Old 14-11-15, 10:34 PM
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he deadlifted it.
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he deadlifted it.
Down the stairs?
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no he's weak we both know it, so he tried it and failed so he let it fall like the pros do it
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