I think it would be the WC setup and my sleeved cables. I had focus on the tidiness of the cables especially running SLI.
10. Any dislikes, things you should not have bought?
I think I am very happy with my purchases maybe except for my GPUs, I should have gotten a 4gb instead of 2gb so I could run multi screens without worrying about the vram insufficient. If given a choice for my WC parts, I would have gotten all copper blocks or at least a non EK blocks due to the Nickle Flacking issues.Both my 7970 EK Blocks which I used previously all had signs of slight flacking. I had replaced them after I changed my GPUs to 680GTX which I had gotten Koolance ones instead.
I think its up to ones preference and I am not blaming EK. Right now I only have EK HF Supreme block in my rig for my CPU.
11. Did you modify anything ? cases/video cards/other? Did you do it yourself? Walk us through it.
I had did a few mod myself except for the paint job. Bought a dremel tool and DIY myself - Hack away the Corsair 800D bottom HDD cage and dremel additional 120mm fan hole to accomodate a 240 radiator. - Create a 5.25 bay Side Cover to use the quick release and ugly sliders and screws. Cutted a 140mm fan hole to house the 140mm HDD Fan - Custom painted the whole of my Corsair 800D to Pearl White.(Gotten an Automobile Shop to get it done) - Custom painted all of the fans blades to Orange/Red - Custom painted all fan filters' frame to Orange/Red - Custom sleeved two sets of cables (Set 01: Black/Red Alt, Set 02 ROG Themed: Red/Black White) All sleeves using MDPC Sleeves.
12. Your 3DMark scores
My 3D Mark11 score is P16146, using 3D Mark11 Basic. I had attached it in the attachment.
13. Do you have any Future updates planned ?
As for my rig, the only upgrades I would go for is to either add in 1 or 2 more 680GTX to run Tri SLI or Quad SLI. But if I am going to do that, I would have to change my casing to a larger one which I think either Silverstone TJ11, or Caselabs to accommodate more radiator.
14. Does your rig or mod have a name ?
My rig is named Project Rampage. This is my first ever attempt in modding and also water cooling of rig. Lots of time is spent in reading and sourcing out items needed for the WC built.
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