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LeoYunta Build Custom Watercooling Ultimate Hack

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Hi guys !
 

I want to show you my first water-cooled rig.

 

I actually use Clover with 10.9.2 and Windows 8.1 on my other SSD, 1 SSD per OS.

 

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I use this rig for work (Adobe // Ableton // Movies)
 
And of course playing.
 
Triple monitors configuration 7680x1440 in game.
 
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What's inside ?
 

 

Component TypeBrandProduct
MotherboardGigabyteZ87X-UD5H
CPUInteli7 4770 @4,5 // 1,34v
Frequency: 45 GHzFSB / QPI: DefaultMultiplier: 45 x
VCore: 1,34 v
 
RAMG.SKillTrident X @2400mhz // 1,65v
Frequency: 2400 MHzTiming: 10Voltage: 1,65 v
Graphics CardNvidia EvgaGTX 780 CLassified 1215 // 1552 / @1,13v X2
GPU Frequency: 1215 MHzShader Frequency: DefaultMemory Frequency: 1552 MHzSLI: Yes
Case
Corsair
Air 540
Power Supply
Corsair
AX860
Solid State Drive
Samsung
840 Evo 250G
Solid State Drive
Samsung
840 Evo 250G
Monitor
Crossover
27" 1440p
Monitor
Crossover
27" 1440p
Monitor
Crossover
27" 1440p
Accessory
EKWB
EK-Supremacy Clean CSQ - Nickel + Acetal
Accessory
EKWB
EK-FC780 GTX Classy - Acetal + Nickel
Accessory
EKWB
EK-FC780 GTX Classy Backplate
Accessory
EKWB
EK-FC780 GTX Classy - Acetal + Nickel
Accessory
EKWB
EK-FC780 GTX Classy Backplate
Accessory
Alphacool
Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 360mm
Accessory
Alphacool
Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm
Accessory
Alphacool
Alphacool VPP655 Single Edition D5 Pump
Accessory
Alphacool
HF D5 TOP
Accessory
Noctuas
12x Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Premium Fan
Accessory
Alphacool
Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 10 LT
Accessory
Bitspower

All powered by Bitspower fittings

 

1 To internal WD Black

8 To External stockage

 

 

I hope you enjoyed it !

 

See ya.

 

 

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Simply beautiful !!! Now THAT'S a CLEAN, PROFESSIONAL, TIGHT BUILD !!!  :hyper: Well thought out and you didn't spare any expense on the parts. Nice photos too.

 

Now all we need to see is your current GeekBench score to see how this unit cranks. What temps are you getting since you're using a Push/Pull config? Also, those Noctuas must make things REEEEAL quiet… 

 

By the way… YOU GOT MY VOTE !!!

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Thank you sir.

 

About the temperature (OC'ed 4,6ghz // 1,34v) :

 

Idle : 28

Loaded : 60 (up to 70 with torture test prime95 but this is an exception)

 

GFX (1215//1552 // 1,21v) : 

Idle : 25

Loaded : 55

 

About GeekBench, I don't have a screenshot but I think I was around ~19K OC'ed of course.

I can provide one when I get home.

 

Absolutely 0 noise, I mean 0, I can't heard the computer running. 

If I push the fans at maximum speed, I drop 15° on every components but I can't hear a thing :D


Simply beautiful !!! Now THAT'S a CLEAN, PROFESSIONAL, TIGHT BUILD !!!  :hyper: Well thought out and you didn't spare any expense on the parts. Nice photos too.

 

Now all we need to see is your current GeekBench score to see how this unit cranks. What temps are you getting since you're using a Push/Pull config? Also, those Noctuas must make things REEEEAL quiet… 

 

By the way… YOU GOT MY VOTE !!!

 

 

Oh and by the way... Nice config... Do you have pictures ?

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Almost 20K at genkbench

 

This is funny, my Hackintosh doesn't recognize my overclock in the "about this mac", on my last build, I'm pretty sure it was, at least the memory, but not sure, in the BIOS I'm at 2400Mhz on windows too, strange...But performances are here, and HW detect the good frequency.

 

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Almost 20K at genkbench

 

This is funny, my Hackintosh doesn't recognize my overclock in the "about this mac", on my last build, I'm pretty sure it was, at least the memory, but not sure, in the BIOS I'm at 2400Mhz on windows too, strange...But performances are here, and HW detect the good frequency.

 

Nice.  B)

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Thank you guys, any idea for my little bug with the frequency ? Not a big deal tho...Maybe because I use the SMBIOS of the iMac 2013, I found this SMBIOS really,really, REALLY, stable for this config.

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