you need ATLEAST 1440p for this card man. The fps difference between 1080p and 1440p with a gtx 1080ti is like 15 fps at the very max. Its worth it.
The reason for the small difference is CPU limits, btw
Nice one m8
Perhaps pin this thread?
Wow, that's pretty cool
How tf do you move the upper monitor like that?? That's epic and actually something I've been dreaming of myself.
Personally I think the old Starlock looked better, my opinion though
Rear is Reventon but the side intakes are definitely not
+1 name, made my day
Dude you can move the gpu down 1 slot
shite... damn this is good...
What's the desk?
Thanks for clearing that up, hope manni will take this into account.
I'm not a professional in this catagory either, i'm just saying that not every E-ATX motherboard is the same size as the other, therefore will interfere with compatibility..
I guess server side and consumer/'gamer' get mixed up unfortunately.. Compare the width of say an ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Extreme, it's much less wide than this one.
I see there are more monitors that PCPP says doesn't have any VESA mounting, even if they do, like the AOC U3477PQU...
No, but E-ATX and SSI-CEB are often used interchanged.
If we look at the size of another 16 ram slot, dual CPU motherboard, the asus z10pe-d16 ws, the sizes are nearly identical (0.2 inches), so it's quite weird how they could differenciate in size.
EDIT: the asus mobo is SSI-EEB*
Watch out with the size manni (you prob. already know), they say it's E-ATX but that's the mounting holes spec, the size is (obviously) bigger (SSI-EEB)
" Cant fully utilize the second GFX card with just 28 lanes." False for multiple reasons:
1. Nvidia video cards need 8x min. (2x 8 = 16 out of 28)
2. Even if you would have too few lanes from your CPU, there is a good chance your motherboard has a PLX bridge that gives adds more lanes (usually 4x or 8x extra).
Thanks! It's added now
Ah, but if the Titan Z was dual 780's and you had some kind of driver hack maybe it would be possible XD
Wait the Titan Z is 2 780s right? so if you would have an SLI bridge could you 4 way SLI? Or is that just silly?
There are many more than just these! http://www.anandtech.com/show/10158/the-intel-xeon-e5-v4-review/6
No problem bud! Also, that last part... #relateable
Wow, I remember you from that SLI Titan X build, looked so good and the compactness was just awesome. You're a big part of the reason I check this site daily for cool builds man!
Goddemit... O well, you are the Jipster after all, so you're allowed to.
That would also look better imo
In picture 12 there is a Corsair Air 240 on one of the shelves of the desk, if that's another PC please post it here :D
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.
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
"Spends $7,5K on a PC, decides to take pictures with potato"
Guys don't h8 on the case, just apprici8 and sk8 or infl8 m8.
Description made my cry.
Funny how it's so hard to make Noctua's feel at home... You nailed it, though.
Great motherboard choice! Much prefferred over the EVGA X99 Micro... The Micro 2 is kinda OK but this one is much better.