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So I told my Mrs I'd do the vacuuming today, what she didn't pick up on was it mainly went on around the rig that hasn't had a spit shine in a while....

So come on then everyone get your rigs out!

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rebuilt this a few times....never regretted forking out for the case though...she lives on...

http://www.coolermas...osite/Cosmos_S/

where the magic happens...

 

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Yep I have fallen foul to multiple internal drives unfortunately but she runs at

a good temperature so I'm not to worried!.

I tried water cooled when it first hit the market and back then the performance

wasn't great but I must say your rig has mucho room! impressive!

How often do you change the coolant? or have you had to at all? have you got an

external reservoir or summink Raptor?

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Yeah I can see! I'll more then likely end up similar to you by the end of it!

I hoped on the water cooling hype train a little late, its just a H-100i that has a radiator mounted to the inside of the case also with this build being only 6-7 months old I haven't seen the need to mess with the coolant since the temps have been pretty solid since I built it!

What have you got chugging away in sli there?

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Two Gigabyte 660Ti's Windforce 2048mb..........

Since Warheads post about a new rig I was looking at the possibility of upgrading my GFX but to be honest

the twin 660's are still putting out what a GTX970 G1 is doing at the moment so I'm pretty happy with

that!

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I know a bit of overkill now tbh but when i originally built it I had a firewire interface hooked up (audio

interface for recording) an old Q6600 one of the first quad cores and man they loved the power and that was

along side some of the first SLI configs (ARMA wasn't to happy with SLI back then lol) 1000/1200/1500w was

the standard so I thought better to have to much than to little :) it's done me proud...

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here we go i wish i had bought a modular PSU but other than that i think i did a fairly good job :)

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and here is the desk ;)

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Nice Baron! Tidy build and room! :D

The Noctuas are popular!

Right that's it I'm going to have to re-wire her now! both Baron and Raptor's are far to tidy!

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Nice Baron! Tidy build and room! :D

The Noctuas are popular!

Right that's it I'm going to have to re-wire her now! both Baron and Raptor's are far to tidy!

Noctua is love, Noctua is life.

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Tidied...........Just for you Raptor.....

Top notch Parker, top notch.

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Well with 2 kids and a small house I had been debating where my gaming setup was gunna go. There was only one spot I could stick all my crap and although it's small I like it lol.

Meet my man cupboard!

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Nothing special but that's the only spot I could have lol

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Thanks mate. Getting rid of the dual monitors for a ultra wide monitor. Just not sure what size I can get to fit as my monitor is only like 23-24 inch and hasn't got much space either side. Not sure if it's worth the money for what might be barely no extra width.

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Yeah kinect works lol. Thank god for xb1 having a better lens in it than the old one.

Yeah I was looking at the 29" ultra wide LG but not sure. 34" is perfect but about 10cm too wide for my cupboard lol

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Looking great Parker! Are those lights the NZXT ones by any chance?

Yep the NZXT Hue 5.25 inch Drive Bay RGB Colour Changing LED Controller for those that like sparkly bits....sits really nicely against the ASUS Deluxe mobo which has nice white covers all over so effectively it just follows the lights, unfortunately couldn't find the same for the GFX but hey ho...

Update on the curved monitor front;

Introducing the PG348Q ASUS 34″ Ultrawide QHD IPS 21:9 Curved G-SYNC Monitor and she's a beauty! 21:9 aspect ratios of awesomeness perfect for ARMA and space/flight sims

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Prepare yourself for the crippling price though easily £1000+ at release...

Acer have beaten them to the market, just, with the 34" Predator X34 Curved IPS Nvidia G-Sync Gaming Monitor, IPS, HDMI2.0/DisplayPort, 3440x1440, 300cd/m2, 100M:12567995-a.thumb.jpg.5d504c3cb68c571f59ac

Not over £1000 but damn close at £959 available 9th October - http://www.scan.co.uk/products/34-acer-predator-x34-curved-ips-nvidia-g-sync-gaming-monitor-ips-hdmi20-displayport-3440x1440-300cd-

 

Dear Santa for Christmas I would like.....

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Yep the NZXT Hue 5.25 inch Drive Bay RGB Colour Changing LED Controller for those that like sparkly bits....sits really nicely against the ASUS Deluxe mobo which has nice white covers all over so effectively it just follows the lights, unfortunately couldn't find the same for the GFX but hey ho...

Hahaha I just installed the exact same thing last Sunday!

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