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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. GreiverBlade

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    massive indeed ... duh too bad the Susanoo can't fit in my SG09B ... wait wait wait ... if i use APU only no GPU ... maybe ... naahhh wrong idea :D
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    well maybe it could fit actually ... with a gpu :laugh:
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    in fact a bit less massive than the Orochi but positively huge for a heatsink
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    oh my god that's a big one, i heard of Scythe's big cooler seen specs and picture but never had it in front of me, how does it perform GreieverBlade?
     
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    dunno :D i only owned a Katana 4 and a Grand Kama Cross from Scythe and as they perform really good (the Katana 4 3 heatpipe 92mm fan is on the level of a CM 212 Evo) i pretty much suspect the Susanoo and Orochi to be good on the colling side (that would be weird if they weren't ... with that size ... )
     
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    The Orochi performs really well. I bought it mostly to just keep the noise down in my system; I did not really expect to be able to run a 130W six-core Phenom at full pelt but it turned out I can. :twitch: Temps are in the mid to high 50s at full load, which is OCed to 3.8GHz. :D

    Plus it just looks amazing inside the case. :peace:
     
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    ahhhh i feel way better ... not that i find the IGP of the A10-7700K weak or useless (i mean c'mon its not a GT3 "joke") but as i didn't pay for it ... it would be idiotic to not use it or resell it ... i won it i keep it ... plus i wanted BF4, so if its for free :clap::peace:
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    way longer than my MSI R9 270 Gaming OC and around the same size of the 580 SC but way more silent and cool time to put it at work and try some tweaking!

    and "my pile of junk ATM" (already in nostalgic HW club but : PIII 600E win XP home just for fun.)
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    edit: the color of the pics is correct, bye UMI X1 welcome Razr i XT890 (wait my smartphone has a intel inside logo ... weehee)
     
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    My little corner of the world. Left to right- 3930k system, AMD 1045T system (on floor), and my 2600k system by the window

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    Oh, and on top of the 3930k system, you'll see the Sennheiser headphones Bumblebee gave me.
     
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    Oh, I get it. Just because you can't post any shots of it running, much less scores, doesn't mean you can't run that Z97 and 4790 for the fun of it, huh? :p
     
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    Okay guys so can anyone top my VGA cooler?

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    It needs the zip tie strap or the thing will sag, probably weighs about 4 lbs now.


    Results are 22*C idle, 62*C load in 3dmark11!

    Prolimatech MK-13 from Frozen CPU with dual San Ace 92mmx32 "Mini-Ace" fans and San Ace 120x38mm 109R1212H1011 fans on CPU and Rear Exhaust with 25mm gutted fan spacers, bottom intake is a Koolance 120x38mm FAN-12038HBK
     
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    i can ... i just need to find some San Ace fans ... for my MK-26 but i doubt they do them above 120mm o_O :D and i would not have the place to fit the card with the MK-26 in my Sugo ... i guess the Windforce 3X is better in that case :toast:
     
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    With all the fans on low and case panels, 25*C idle, 66*C max temp in 3dmark11! It has a quiet purr!
     
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    ahah nice my 270X on stock profile goes from 22° idle to 58° gaming load ... i need to test heavier load but atm i am more gaming active :D since my BF4 key is momentarily unavailable but will be emailed once ready, i took the oportunity to get Dead Space for 0€ from the Origin promo (never played any Dead space game :p)

    my 580 (zotac) with the MK-26 and 2 Noiseblocker BlackSilent 140mm @ 1300rpm was also between 26° and 68° (Unigine Heaven/Valley) when i had it (quite a improvement over 38° Idle 89° load and 3k rpm blower fan ... )

    the R9 270X is the second gigabyte i owned but the 1st one did only a evening and then : reselling :roll:(edit: it was "my shame atm" :D )
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    yep it's the one you see in the Phenom II X6 in the White NZXT Nemesis some post above.
     
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    BF4 result with large fans: 46*C! Fans on low!
     
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    You sir are now an honorary redneck. Welcome to the "SanAce's on top of silly coolers" club.
     
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    no replacement for displacement!
    edit: realized I had BF4 on high, on Ultra it only hits a peak of 60*C in Operation Metro, which is the most demanding level I think. The previous peak temperature was 82*C!
     
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    Is it warm in your corner of the world? I had three of my crunchers setup similar to that. Got to warm for me. I had to spread them out LOL. Now I have 2 in my bedroom and 2 in my living room. On oppisites sides of the room.
     
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    If I close the door, yes. Once the current WCG challenge ends, I'll only have the 3930 and 2600 rigs here. The i7 860 is at my parents house for my mom to use as her desktop computer and the AMD rig is donated to the challenge. And after I get all my furniture moved into the new house (DAMN RAIN), I'll probably move the 2600 system to my bedroom.
     
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    I haven't got Cosmos 1000, so I don't know :(

    That's it, door is over : opening and closing system installed.

    It remains for me only to replace some screws with rivets but I have no black at home.

    I also leave a picture with bags / panniers luxurious that inspired me for the general aesthetics (both in general and in some details) :)

    @+ for the next modifications !!

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    Got tired of my 1440p monitor not being centralised, so I had to move the old 1080p to the side. Who wants a game of Jenga?
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    lovely as usual RCoon
     
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    I got a decent LCD monitor stand for $50 USD, really was worth it. brand was a "Halter". Very solid, mostly metal. You should get one.
     
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