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Message 1694040 - Posted: 20 Jun 2015, 19:03:55 UTC - in response to Message 1694008.  

Should be fine as long as you can mount the radiators.
It looks like an easy fit for the gpu rads. One at the back and one venting on the top front/or top of case. I'm aircooling the cpu and will only need a single 140mm fan in the front, and possibly a single 140 on top. Its a pretty flexible case.
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Message 1694049 - Posted: 20 Jun 2015, 19:23:39 UTC

I water cool both the gpus and the cpu, no use introducing heat into the case, where the gpu radiator will get warmed up air from the cpu heatsink, kind of self defeating if you ask Me.
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Message 1694110 - Posted: 20 Jun 2015, 23:03:45 UTC - in response to Message 1694049.  

I water cool both the gpus and the cpu, no use introducing heat into the case, where the gpu radiator will get warmed up air from the cpu heatsink, kind of self defeating if you ask Me.

My Intels seem to run pretty cool, and have never noticed any major case heating from them, adding the fan cooled gpus to the case made a huge difference in case temp and had to be addressed by extra air flow. The heat radiating from their back boards is amazing. So no I don't believe my air cooled cpu will raise the ambient temperature of the case enough to affect the water cooled gpus. My ambient basement room temp is always 70F or below and will aid in keeping temps way down. I see you live in a warm climate and have to do things in a different manner.
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Message 1694119 - Posted: 20 Jun 2015, 23:37:16 UTC - in response to Message 1694110.  
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I water cool both the gpus and the cpu, no use introducing heat into the case, where the gpu radiator will get warmed up air from the cpu heatsink, kind of self defeating if you ask Me.

My Intels seem to run pretty cool, and have never noticed any major case heating from them, adding the fan cooled gpus to the case made a huge difference in case temp and had to be addressed by extra air flow. The heat radiating from their back boards is amazing. So no I don't believe my air cooled cpu will raise the ambient temperature of the case enough to affect the water cooled gpus. My ambient basement room temp is always 70F or below and will aid in keeping temps way down. I see you live in a warm climate and have to do things in a different manner.

Wow, I just noticed that, 112F, good thing I changed the start and stop times for My crunching to 10pm and 10am, the old time was 8pm and 8am, it made a difference in the temp in here, neat. Thanks Todderbert.
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Message 1694128 - Posted: 21 Jun 2015, 0:14:28 UTC - in response to Message 1693702.  

I think you will be happy with the Corsair Air 540 case. I think it is a pretty nifty design. I rebuilt my secondary cruncher with that case when I went with the Corsair H-105 AIO cooler for the FX-8350 because the old CoolerMaster HAF 912 wouldn't support the water cooler. The AIO goes nicely in the top. Didn't change anything else with regard to the standard fan arrangements of the case. I do have twin GTX970's of the blower design in the system. No reason to pollute the internal air temperature the AIO has to intake. There is a pretty good blast of heat out the back of the case from the GPU's though. I really appreciated the modular compartmenting of the 540 case. The SSD and P/S go into the hidden compartment and the cable routing is VERY neat. You can't hardly see any cables at all through the sideglass. Makes for a very aesthetic looking build in my opinion. Case temps run 48-50 C. or so crunching on 6 of 8 cores of the CPU and the GPU's going full bore. That equates to about to 540-550 watts on the UPS front panel meter. I have the Corsair AX-1200 PSU in the system which is overkill now with the Maxwell cards. Wasn't the case when I was running the twin 670's. Let us know how your new build works out.

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Message 1695010 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 6:19:40 UTC

Work computer...nothing special, but works just fine! ;)




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Message 1695066 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 9:14:29 UTC

No wonder you don't want to use the CPU for crunching with that heatsink, but then I'd also be worried about using the on die GPU as well.

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Message 1695083 - Posted: 24 Jun 2015, 9:52:58 UTC - in response to Message 1695066.  

No wonder you don't want to use the CPU for crunching with that heatsink, but then I'd also be worried about using the on die GPU as well.

Cheers.

that CPU is i5 & it has a intelHD 2500, which is 100% on SETi@home...while CPU is 100% on WCG (see signature for more info)...no overheating so far & it was up to 30C last week in Croatia!

heat is never an issue by me...never was!
& notice that it's my WORK COMPUTER in SIEMENS... ;)


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Message 1697375 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 16:33:53 UTC - in response to Message 1695083.  

Ok, I'm posting pic of my last build. The previous post 2 pages back was of my old rig, different chip, different MoBo.

So the case is the same the other. Only laying on it's side. I drilled out the holes on clear side panel and installed a 200mm fan.

Cooler Master HAF XB EVO - High Air Flow Test Bench and LAN Box Desktop Computer Case with ATX Motherboard Support




Starting with the Motherboard an ASUSs X99-E WS



Intel i7 -5960X


EVGA PSU 1300W
SanDisk ExtremePro SSD 480GB

Yes a little dusty but I cleaned it after the pic.




RipJaw4 DDR4 memory 3000 8 stickes of 4 GB (32 total)
CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 Extreme Performance Water/Liquid CPU Cooler. 280mm



4 Titans X on the Mobo and connected



and a view of the final product



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Message 1697414 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 18:38:54 UTC - in response to Message 1697375.  



and a view of the final product



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A case filled with four Titan Xs is awesome! Hell of a build.

My third rig using this same case should be complete this weekend. There will be an I7 4790K in this one. Photos to come.
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Message 1697425 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 19:03:41 UTC

Looks very nice! I like the colors, especially those green Geforce logos.
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Message 1697427 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 19:09:30 UTC - in response to Message 1697375.  
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Nice Zalster. Me I just got don't buying 2 sticks of ram for the EVGA X79 Classified, all of 16GB of Corsair 1866MHz ram(Red), that and paying all of My bills.

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Message 1697431 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 19:25:08 UTC

Wow, Just crazy Zal

Unless I am mistaken those titan X's are air cooled.

Couple questions if you don't mind.
What temps are they running?
Are they overclocked?
How many WU's are you doing per GPU?

Thank for the Pics, Wish I could get 1 Titan X but not in the budget (yet)

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Message 1697434 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 19:40:18 UTC - in response to Message 1697431.  

Bob, they are set to slow down at 75C

74,62,68,74 C respectively. AP's tend to make run hotter. MBs they are about 5 C cooler.

Yes they are all air cooled. Had I known about the Hybrid version, I might have waited...Nah...

Stability becomes an issue after 3 Work Units per card. Need a good MoBo to hand the traffic on the bus as well as the chip.


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Message 1697436 - Posted: 1 Jul 2015, 19:45:47 UTC - in response to Message 1697434.  

Bob, they are set to slow down at 75C

74,62,68,74 C respectively. AP's tend to make run hotter. MBs they are about 5 C cooler.

Yes they are all air cooled. Had I known about the Hybrid version, I might have waited...Nah...

Stability becomes an issue after 3 Work Units per card. Need a good MoBo to hand the traffic on the bus as well as the chip.


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Also Congrats on hitting #1 Host.
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Message 1697555 - Posted: 2 Jul 2015, 2:48:31 UTC

Zal,

Can you slow those Titan's down? I can feel the heat in Canada!
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Message 1697573 - Posted: 2 Jul 2015, 3:13:36 UTC - in response to Message 1697555.  

Lol..There's only 1 speed Brent....

Ludicrous Speed!!!

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Message 1697575 - Posted: 2 Jul 2015, 3:14:48 UTC

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Message 1697640 - Posted: 2 Jul 2015, 6:55:42 UTC

@Zalster: Do you know how much power this machine actually sucks?

@woohoo: What.... is.... that? :-)
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