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Case Labs TH10, 4way classifed, gtx590s and water cooling

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  1. Juggalo23451 New Member

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    Intel Lanfest Colorado 2012 Case Mod winner (th10)

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    Intel Lanfest Colorado 2012 Case Mod winner (th10)
    http://www.computerpoweruser.com/DigitalEditions/Default.aspx

    Alright guys I will be doing an upgrade soon.
    Case- Case Labs TH10 Click on case labs colored in blue to see pics
    Specs of build
    Evga 4 way classified
    Intel 970 ordered
    2 gtx590s
    Muskin ram 6-12gig
    2tb wd caviar black
    ssd 128 crucial c300
    psu 1500 silverstone

    Water cooling
    primochill Orange 1/2x 3/4 tubing
    Primochill White Tubing 1/2x 3/4 tubing
    enzotech compression fittings 1/2x3/4
    2 MCP35X pump
    Koolance 402x2 reservoir - run pumps in series Changed to XSPC Dual bay res for two pumps
    White HK
    Koolance water blocks
    Koolance sli adapter
    2 RX 480 rads
    1850 Gentle typhoons pull
    ek 4 way classified water block
    loop order will go
    res-pump-rad-gpu-gpu-rad-cpu-chipset-res

    Reason I have the chipset last is because it has the most restriction

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    Just showing you guys my markvantage score
    4.5ghz on cpu, gpus 700core linked with shader 1900memory
    http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3315724

    I had my bios modded my gtx590s stock was gpu0 .912 and gpu1 .938 on each Graphics card
    Now the voltage is .963 on all gpu cores
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    Final pics of the build will be posted here
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    man, thats an expensive setup yoiu have there lol. That case must be friggin huge as all your stuff looks tiny in there...

    Are those those 9800GT's? Uuuum no, they are GTX590's. :laugh:
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    Awesome case. I've been dreaming about getting a Case Labs M8 for months.
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    Yep two of them:)
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    Jim from case labs cut down the prices a bit on his computer cases
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    Thanks, I haven't checked on them lately. $359 is a damn good price, makes it hard to believe that some pay much more for a lot less case.
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    That is my thinking
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    I want to see a close-up pic of the GPU's with waterblocks on, please.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Check out the video links to see the cards close up.
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    Updated:)
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    Looks awesome :D wish I had the money / opportunity to build a rig like that :)

    Awesome work, colour scheme works really well even with the red and black board :D

    10 outta 10 if I was to rate it!
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    Just letting you guys know I won the Intel Lanfest Case Mod Competition by cpu in Colorado :)
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    Whats going on Juggalo! I remember seeing a lot of your work over at OCN years back. This is mocha989 if you even remember that user haha.
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    I have to ask. What's the point of using a 4-way Classy with just two cards?
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    Pretty dammed amazing it turned out very well in the end, great job!
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