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Lol at your weaksauce 5930K. Jk, I gotta milk this 5960X elitism for all it's worth until Broadwell-E launches =\
HOLY ****! That's awesome!
What are temps like on the gpus?
Too damn high. I can assure you of that
Custom loop and custom cables are needed. The 900d is longing to be filled (Same sort of issue i am having)
Will you adopt me?
Nice little build. Probably a furnace when gaming for awhile. How high did you get your 5930k? I'm basically an expert on overclocking it and the 5960x at this point so let me know if you need any advice.
Your computer is a bit of a beast
You Said 12K Build Rig, So I Delivered. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/
where the GTX980s bought together when they were launched?
dont get me wrong i do like multi way SLi but 3 and 4 way will see little gains from 2 way
I paid for them the day they launched. I used to run 2 way sli and then used a card for each side monitor. I 4 way them when I need to.
I can tell you division will not play past 45 frames @ 4k med-low settings on these 2 cards. I have to play at 2k medium settings to get 65+ FPS. (I sold 2 of my cards to a buddy for his new build)
I am ordering x4 980ti ASUS STRIX OCs really soon.
you might want to look at the Zotac AMP Extreme edition or the Gigabyte G1 extremes
both models are the fastest GTX980Ti in the market now
You should probably not buy 4 way SLI, 3 way SLI has less stuttering, easier to run and only sacrifices like 4 - 5 fps.
If you do decide to go overkill, then you should buy 4 EVGA Hybrids 980TI's instead, your case is easily able to house all 4 rads and your temps will be MUCH lower, right now, ur killing your cards with their temps.
EDIT: What I mean with "easier to run" is that games are more likely to support it.
SLI requires game file/NV Inspector editing on nearly every game. Most particularly 3-4 Way SLI. It's not a cheap trick. I've been running 4 way for years now. You ever need advice, I'm the guy.
If he indeed paid $533 then no. They launched at $600-650 if I'm not mistaken.
ok it looks like it the current price
kinda make me wonder will dual 980Tis be better value and more better for 4K?
unless pascal does something to blow it outta the water, then 980tis should be good.
Really nice CPU, RAM, mobo, SSDs, case, PSU, keyboard, mouse, and monitors...
Passable cooler and GPU (I don't really like NVIDIA)
Terrible headphones and case fans
Astro A40 isnt terrible.....
"Spends $7,5K on a PC, decides to take pictures with potato"
Those arnt potato pictures, they are actually pretty nice IMO
Money shot (1st pic).. Just the flash already, get some decent light on, turn flash off, clean ur cables and DONE
Last pic also not steady