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#49389 - I currently have the 6700k. And the way it seems the 1080's ar… 05/23/2016 on Technology Board 0
#49387 - im currently on the 6700k. I may get the 6950x if and when the…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
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#49388 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Planning on getting a 6700K or already own one?

I'd get as many radiators as possible if you're doing a high end CPU like those and two cards. Just for the sake of not having to crank up the fans as much. Currently my rig with the 5820K and two 980's can get sorta hot (50-60C on the CPU and mid 50's on the GPUs) while gaming when the fans are at the low speed I normally keep them at. And this is on a 420mm + 280mm radiator, both thick.

And yeah, I want the 6950X too, even though it's highly unlikely I will get one. Depends if I need the rendering power later on, or just for the hell of streaming in 1080p 60 FPS without any performance impact. If so it'll probably be in a few years when the price might drop. Sure there's gonna be newer things then, but I'll just swap the CPUs and not have to get a new motherboard. I got my 5820K hella cheap aswell (for like 220 bucks), so yea...

#49389 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I currently have the 6700k. And the way it seems the 1080's are going to be putting out the same amount of heat as the 980 so I'll see if I need to grab a main chamber radiator after I get it all in.
I'm not too worried about noise level as long as it doesnt get louder than a box fan and a window A/C unit.
#49385 - I dont want to have a radiator in the front chamber so I was l…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
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#49386 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Aight.

I haven't looked that much into the Node 804, you can still do a 240mm radiator in the top of the main chamber. And I believe if you put a top rad in the other chamber, you have to remove the HDD bays if it's a thick radiator + fans. Either way you have lots of options.

What kind of socket / platform are you going with? Cause Broadwell-E is going to be out this summer, and the 6800K seems to have some real potential just like the 5820K being the bang for buck enthusiast CPU it still is.

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#49387 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
im currently on the 6700k. I may get the 6950x if and when the price drops a little bit for my rendering/editing computer. big dream but gotta start somewhere I want to keep most of the heat out of the main chamber of the case so I only need the one fan on that side as intake or go with intake on the main chamber and exhaust in the secondary chamber.
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#49388 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Planning on getting a 6700K or already own one?

I'd get as many radiators as possible if you're doing a high end CPU like those and two cards. Just for the sake of not having to crank up the fans as much. Currently my rig with the 5820K and two 980's can get sorta hot (50-60C on the CPU and mid 50's on the GPUs) while gaming when the fans are at the low speed I normally keep them at. And this is on a 420mm + 280mm radiator, both thick.

And yeah, I want the 6950X too, even though it's highly unlikely I will get one. Depends if I need the rendering power later on, or just for the hell of streaming in 1080p 60 FPS without any performance impact. If so it'll probably be in a few years when the price might drop. Sure there's gonna be newer things then, but I'll just swap the CPUs and not have to get a new motherboard. I got my 5820K hella cheap aswell (for like 220 bucks), so yea...

#49389 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I currently have the 6700k. And the way it seems the 1080's are going to be putting out the same amount of heat as the 980 so I'll see if I need to grab a main chamber radiator after I get it all in.
I'm not too worried about noise level as long as it doesnt get louder than a box fan and a window A/C unit.
#49383 - alright I'm going to look into those cause im going to try my …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
#49384 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
You were doing an SLI build in that, if I remember correctly?

Either way, as long as you can route a tube through the main component chamber and into the back chamber. Seems to be plenty of clearance there, so it shouldn't be a problem. I dunno what kind of config you'll be running with the radiators, whether it's only in the back, or both, or also in the top of the main chamber. But with soft tubing, a 45 degree out of the CPU should do the trick there.
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#49385 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I dont want to have a radiator in the front chamber so I was looking at getting a 280 rad for the top and a 140 for the back or a 240 in the front albeit not a lot of clearance for air intake in the front.

But yea now that pascal is out im probably going to get dual 1080's water cool and OC the hell out of them. Probably going to get the cards first then water cool by december.

I just accidentally a color scheme with the coperish Asrock board heatsinks so I'll be mixing a color to closely match it.
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#49386 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Aight.

I haven't looked that much into the Node 804, you can still do a 240mm radiator in the top of the main chamber. And I believe if you put a top rad in the other chamber, you have to remove the HDD bays if it's a thick radiator + fans. Either way you have lots of options.

What kind of socket / platform are you going with? Cause Broadwell-E is going to be out this summer, and the 6800K seems to have some real potential just like the 5820K being the bang for buck enthusiast CPU it still is.

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#49387 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
im currently on the 6700k. I may get the 6950x if and when the price drops a little bit for my rendering/editing computer. big dream but gotta start somewhere I want to keep most of the heat out of the main chamber of the case so I only need the one fan on that side as intake or go with intake on the main chamber and exhaust in the secondary chamber.
User avatar
#49388 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Planning on getting a 6700K or already own one?

I'd get as many radiators as possible if you're doing a high end CPU like those and two cards. Just for the sake of not having to crank up the fans as much. Currently my rig with the 5820K and two 980's can get sorta hot (50-60C on the CPU and mid 50's on the GPUs) while gaming when the fans are at the low speed I normally keep them at. And this is on a 420mm + 280mm radiator, both thick.

And yeah, I want the 6950X too, even though it's highly unlikely I will get one. Depends if I need the rendering power later on, or just for the hell of streaming in 1080p 60 FPS without any performance impact. If so it'll probably be in a few years when the price might drop. Sure there's gonna be newer things then, but I'll just swap the CPUs and not have to get a new motherboard. I got my 5820K hella cheap aswell (for like 220 bucks), so yea...

#49389 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I currently have the 6700k. And the way it seems the 1080's are going to be putting out the same amount of heat as the 980 so I'll see if I need to grab a main chamber radiator after I get it all in.
I'm not too worried about noise level as long as it doesnt get louder than a box fan and a window A/C unit.
#49380 - hey watercooling guys. any specific sized tubing i should go f…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
#49382 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
I can't say much from exeperience when it comes to how it affects the flow rate, but I don't think it has much of an effect on that, unless the inner dimensions of the tubing is narrower than any of the waterblocks.

One thing is for sure: thinner tubing is easier to bend, but also a lot easier to kink. So I prefer thicker tubing. Tight corners and bends can always be solved by putting angle adapters into the fittings

My tubing is 13/19mm, and still pretty flexible. I used two 45 degree adapters, one into the top GPU and one going out of the front rad, and then a bunch of 90 degree adapters here and there.
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#49383 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
alright I'm going to look into those cause im going to try my damnest to do a full loop in the node 804so I think im going to need quite a few 90 and 45s
#49384 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
You were doing an SLI build in that, if I remember correctly?

Either way, as long as you can route a tube through the main component chamber and into the back chamber. Seems to be plenty of clearance there, so it shouldn't be a problem. I dunno what kind of config you'll be running with the radiators, whether it's only in the back, or both, or also in the top of the main chamber. But with soft tubing, a 45 degree out of the CPU should do the trick there.
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#49385 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I dont want to have a radiator in the front chamber so I was looking at getting a 280 rad for the top and a 140 for the back or a 240 in the front albeit not a lot of clearance for air intake in the front.

But yea now that pascal is out im probably going to get dual 1080's water cool and OC the hell out of them. Probably going to get the cards first then water cool by december.

I just accidentally a color scheme with the coperish Asrock board heatsinks so I'll be mixing a color to closely match it.
User avatar
#49386 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Aight.

I haven't looked that much into the Node 804, you can still do a 240mm radiator in the top of the main chamber. And I believe if you put a top rad in the other chamber, you have to remove the HDD bays if it's a thick radiator + fans. Either way you have lots of options.

What kind of socket / platform are you going with? Cause Broadwell-E is going to be out this summer, and the 6800K seems to have some real potential just like the 5820K being the bang for buck enthusiast CPU it still is.

User avatar
#49387 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
im currently on the 6700k. I may get the 6950x if and when the price drops a little bit for my rendering/editing computer. big dream but gotta start somewhere I want to keep most of the heat out of the main chamber of the case so I only need the one fan on that side as intake or go with intake on the main chamber and exhaust in the secondary chamber.
User avatar
#49388 - sniffythebird (05/23/2016) [-]
Planning on getting a 6700K or already own one?

I'd get as many radiators as possible if you're doing a high end CPU like those and two cards. Just for the sake of not having to crank up the fans as much. Currently my rig with the 5820K and two 980's can get sorta hot (50-60C on the CPU and mid 50's on the GPUs) while gaming when the fans are at the low speed I normally keep them at. And this is on a 420mm + 280mm radiator, both thick.

And yeah, I want the 6950X too, even though it's highly unlikely I will get one. Depends if I need the rendering power later on, or just for the hell of streaming in 1080p 60 FPS without any performance impact. If so it'll probably be in a few years when the price might drop. Sure there's gonna be newer things then, but I'll just swap the CPUs and not have to get a new motherboard. I got my 5820K hella cheap aswell (for like 220 bucks), so yea...

#49389 - dafuqisdisshit (05/23/2016) [-]
I currently have the 6700k. And the way it seems the 1080's are going to be putting out the same amount of heat as the 980 so I'll see if I need to grab a main chamber radiator after I get it all in.
I'm not too worried about noise level as long as it doesnt get louder than a box fan and a window A/C unit.
#1931058 - pc, ps4 or one? 05/22/2016 on FJ Backroom 0
#49371 - you the G3258 is a beast for overclocking and thats why a lot … 05/22/2016 on Technology Board 0
#49370 - for 450 i'd go with this one. Has room for GPU improvement and… 05/22/2016 on Technology Board 0
#49348 - thats actually pretty cool. The hottest a GPU will get is abou… 05/21/2016 on Technology Board 0
#49291 - thats a perfect budget build.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#49292 - theflyingbiscuit (05/18/2016) [-]
I ended up putting ubuntu on it since I still don't like Windows all that much
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#70 - mangioluingi ONLINE (10/04/2015) [-]
Don't delete this.
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#71 to #70 - dafuqisdisshit (10/04/2015) [-]
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#72 to #67 - dafuqisdisshit (10/27/2015) [-]
Alright it's been a year.

I'm going to do this ever year from now
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#68 to #67 - dafuqisdisshit (10/27/2014) [-]
Why. What did I do