Running on an ek custom loop, the CPU is clocked to 5.3 @ 1.43 volts. The CPU is delidded. Memory is at 4,000mhz @ 1.44. The GPU clocks to 2160 during gameplay. 3 ek rads. 49 inch 4k lg tv for a monitor. It runs crysis bro!
What a beast of a build!
What is the screen on the front called? Super interested in one of those. Great build!
Thanks! Super easy to do. It's a small lcd monitor I ordered from Amazon. There's a ton of them. Just hook it up as an additional monitor
Thats really awesome looks like mini display port then running it out to the GPU. The next build will have to have this. Thank you!
Exactly! Powered via USB which is plugged into a nzxt USB 2.0 hub which has USB type A ports. I'm running the Aida 64 sensor panel on it. No worries dude!
You could also search raspberry pi displays.
that is actually what i ended up finding. ill post pics of my next build in a couple weeks. still planning but i am going to work one of those into it
nice. Looking forward to it.
woah did you actually added Corsair's ram cooler, nice, finally see someone using it :D
nice build, thought not hardline watercooling but still beautiful.
The ram cooler is sick in my opinon. I've always had a thing for them. Hard line seems like it would be such a pain in the ***... And I'm pretty lazy. Thank you, much appreciated!
I was told the Optane only accelerates your boot drive and doesn't support NVMe drives.
So are you running your OS off the Hard Drive?
I'm using a Samsung 960evo for the os and I use primocache on that drive. I have 2 optane 800p m.2 in raid 0 acting as L2 cache and 12 gigs of memory set aside as L1 cache. Sequential transfers are at 20,000 Mbps and 4k Q1T1 read/writes are at 650/550mbps. Blazing fast.
Wow that is fast.
What an incredible rig! Brings a tear to my eye!
what a speedy boy
Also 1.43v is a lot for coffee lake.
I also don’t believe that 2080ti hits 2160mhz since it’s not one of Asus’ beefy GPUs, and looks like a reference PCB. It might hit that and then bounce off the power limit, but I doubt it maintains that. Especially when it’s stock overclock is only like 1650mhz
16-18-18-36 memory timings. The 1.43 is adaptive, I wouldn't run that as a fixed voltage. At the rate I upgraded CPU's, I'm not worried about it. I assure you the GPU does clock to 2160 and hold that. I got lucky. It will clock down to 2145 if the GPU goes above 42c, which can happen if the ambient temperature in my room gets too high
Looks impressive, excellent cable management. +1
Awesome rig and photos! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, sir!
OgLackluster, what an amazing custom l truly love the soft piping and the Obsidian case!
Thank you! Much appreciated!
What software are you running to monitor and show the temps on that screen?
It's a monitoring program called AIDA 64. It has a desktop sensor panel that I use on the screen. It works great.
sorry but soft tubing and a case this large is triggering the OCD in me, you could've done way better than this with another case an hard tubing
It’s not OCD
It’s you having opinions and not realizing people don’t like the same things as you.
I do appreciate the input.
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