Should prob have some green in it, but the joker i think of is white purple and green?
I am actually running a 64gb set now that is 3200 14-14-14-34 and feel like it performs much better and more consistent, i think you made a good choice.
Actually if you read around some of the 3600 16-16-16-36 kits will still OC the best. If I were to do it again i would troll some of the other forums and pick up a kit from a proven OC'er and use those even if you pay a little premium you know they will be good.
yes under smilelock
Couple of things, the Monoblock has to be on perfect to get the temps you want out of your CPU. As far as the dual loops the advantage is that when you are playing a game you don't have all your fans going wild. Or vice versa when you are doing something CPU intensive. Technically one loop is more efficient slightly, but I like the ability to keep the computer as quite as possible and dual loops help control the noise I feel. That is plenty of Rad space, FYI you wont need all that, my temps depend on my overclock, but currently at a per core mix between 4.5-4.7 and on ADIA64 dont go above 85 C with one 480 (unless i leave the door to the room closed overnight and that wasn't smart the heat built up pretty badly).
There was a place on ebay that did them, just go to ebay and search TItan XP Badge and its the first hit.
7k is what I had in the back of my mind.
That will be with 2x1080ti Rampage VI Extreme and 7980xe and all water cooled etc. Prob have the ram that is in this build I am going to use the 64 gb ram in my personal rig.
No point just a passion. Beauty of it being my choice and not yours :).
Own a car and have savings, but thanks dad ;)
Yah it just doesn’t get hot enough, the small red spot there you see is from when I drained the loop I opened up that tube to let air in and forgot to wipe it off.
Yes correct. I am redoing the Joker to sell tho. Have a whole bunch of parts laying around that I need to use up.
Not even a factor, I think the roast even after one night running a stress test was like 32C so it’s not hot enough to make it sag or anything.
Actually....I do have a set lying around...haha thank you.
About 1.2 liters for the CPU that’s a ruff guess. And pretty close to 2 for the GPU.
Had to make it a little unique lol
Thanks so much for making a great product. Just an FYI your monoblock performs slightly better then the competition :). Also used your Radiators and tubing.
Hahaha yah I need to edit a few things meh lol.
Thanks, check out singularity computers on YouTube Daniel there was a bit of the inspiration.
No lol. I game, like I said in my description I don’t really have a good reason to have built something this extreme just an enthusiast and wanted a challenge. I do work from home some and it’s nice, but overkill for what I do.
Not that is 4000 mhz that is cl17 timing....
Honestly a lot of inspiration from those guys. Really love their work.
I do work from home sometimes yes. Thank you for the kind comments :).
Funny my girlfriend made me change it to white I will add a pick at the end for you :)
Lol thanks. Very much appreciated.
About what I paid for it, try and find that mouse for less. I don’t think it’s sold in the US anymore.
Honestly in it wasn't that much better, this chip runs slightly cooler and i can get .1-.2ghz more. Maxing out before I was about to hit 4.9 I can run benchmarks at 5-5.1 now. Everyday use its pretty much the same, I was at 4.4@ 1.112 v prior and this one is firstname.lastname@example.org. The chip in the build is just better silicon and runs way more stable no matter what I throw at it.
Haha, I do ok for myself.
Purchased from Silicon Lottery. It was the 4.5 ghz binned version that they don't currently have in stock, they have only had a handful that have tested that high, but i paid a premium to get a good overclock basically.
less performance out of 128 gb, and you cant SLI Titans lol. I have the Extreme working for another build, the Apex overclocks slightly better.
I honestly feel the same way, I wish Gskill made this model of ram in the non RGB, but they don't. One of the things I am not 100% happy with on this build, but it looks better than having it off completely.
I seemingly got lucky, after reading reviews I was very hesitant, but I have had no issues with it and is a great monitor for me.
Added some pictures at the end sorry for the little dust. The top is Ergotron, I forget where the bottom stand came from I have had it for awhile.
Corsair ST100 love it. Only issue I have is Corsair Utility Engine messes with AuraSync
Wondering who would be the first to comment, I have something else coming but it’s on BO haha.
Have to fill that rad space!
I thought about it, the extra wiring and cable management would have been a *****. I like the cleaner look without RGB honestly
Haha! It’s still pretty big, but yes on a stand
Thanks lots of work went into it.
8 on the bottom compartment, 4 up front 4 up top. one out the back.
Two loops is more asthetics than anything, I would however separate the ststems to their own loops. A comment on the Titan V is there are only like 2 games that will run both cards through the PCIE bus. Having two unless you are mining or something you won’t see many games (only one that I know of) take advantage of two cards since you can’t sli them. The temp differences between one and two loops is very small and can be argued either way but with two systems I would keep them separate. Honestly just do what you want work/asthetics wise there is no real performance gain.
So behind where the reservoirs mount in the back of the case I put my aquaero there, it fits perfectly and the case slides on great. I basically just have it resting on the ledge there and the cables keep it from not moving. It’s honestly not ideal, but works just fine. If I were to do it again (which I am), I am doing the singularity computer reservoirs with and aquaero D5 pump. The D5 has a lot of the same features of the ultimate it’s just missing some temp sensors and other minor things. Honestly putting two ultimate pumps in the back of that case is such a tight fit, doing a combo will work so much easier. I love the aquaero and the pumps/flow sensors. Makes it so easy to tune the fans even if the software has a bit of a learning curve. Makes the whole system so much quieter when you have 15 fans or so lol.
The res are a stock x3 250 rgb from ekwb and the pumps are aquacomputer ultimates. I used flexible tubing and the holes for wiring in the case. I think it was a couple of snakes and some extenders to get it done, but it wasn’t too bad. If I were to do it over (I currently am). I am using singularity computers res and d5 pump adapter with an aquacomputer pump for both res. Saves on space in the back as it is really a tight fit and not really meant for two ultimate pumps with all the tubing and wiring required.
Yes it’s the EKWB waterblock. As long as I don’t run into AVX applications there are only a few things I have trouble with at 4.8. I can run 4.6 no issues all day long. Max I have gotten is 4.9 in firestrike, my chip just won’t do 5 or 5.1 like some others. You can see a few scores of people who were able to do it on water it just gets too hot.