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Boondawg's Brand New Never Been-Done Before/Been-Done Waaaay Too Much Computer Build! by Boondawg
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I am stripping the guts (Click to show) out of this old case and putting them in a new case so I can have it up and running while I put the new guts in this NZXT Phantom:


The new case with the power supply installed. This 600watt power supply does not have all the plugs my 750watt had, so I will have to do quite a bit of jumpering & doubling to fit into all the plugs on the motherboard:



Empty bay of the new case waiting to get stuffed:


Old motherboard (minus cpu cooler) screwed down to risers:


My beautiful baby scornfully eye-ballin' me:


Cpu cooler installed. I removed 1 of the 2 overhead fans I installed as it would have just been blocked by the cpu cooler. The cpu cooler has its own fan buried within the cooling tower that exhausts heat to the back fan and out the back of the case:






The mother board power, front panel, & fans wired in:


Solid State hard drive & DVD burner plugged in:




Video cards & sound card in:


On her feet and and ready to roll:




Buttoned-up and go-go-gadget....hopefully.




She was a tight fit, but as you can see from this post, she works just fine!

I start my first water-cooled build tomorrow!



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Motherboard - ASROCK Z87 Extreme 4
Processor - i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ T.B.D.
CPU Cooler - Corsair H100 Watercooling
Memory - 8GB G.Skill Sniper DDR3 1866
Videocards - Dual-EVGA GTX-275 896MB Superclocked
Powersupply - Corsair TX750watt @ Single 60amp 12v Rail
Monitor - Westinghouse 37" LCD
Soundcard - ASUS Xonar Essence STX
Speakers - Cyber Acoustics 100 watt 5.1 Surround Sound & Sennheiser HD-598 Headphones
Chassis - NZXT Phantom
Operating System - Windows 7 Ultimate

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Wow!

Looking good, Boonie! I swear, one of these days I REALLY need to build or upgrade my old PC. I haven't done anything to the one I built over 8 years ago.
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Yeaaaaa, Boonie build thread!!!!!
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Yeaaaaa, Boonie build thread!!!!!


I know, I love reading these threads!
They're always about my 2 most favorite things in the world.....computers & ME!!!
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I like the cable management setup in your mATX case. And mATX SLI is pretty slick.

Oh, and BTW my desktop system uses the 500W version of that Coolmax power supply. It's about 8 years old... still chugging along.
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I like the cable management setup in your mATX case. And mATX SLI is pretty slick.



I love my NZXT Phantom.
Lot's of room and options.
I'd buy it again!
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Got my 120 SSD in.
All systems go!

I also picked up this to power my 2-channel house speaker collection through my Xonar Essence soundcard:





I coulda' went with 2.1 powered computer speakers, but I got a nice home speaker collection in my closet just aching to be used.
And I can plug into the front of it anything with a 3.5 headphone jack and amp up the sound from ipods, tablets, laptops, phones, etc. through those good speakers.
It is also AC/DC, so I can also use it in cars, boats, motorcycles, etc.

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I have something almost like that, but from a different company and I use it to power the speaker from a 60s radio. I use it as a charging station and music center. Cool!


 
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Got my 120 SSD in.
All systems go!

I also picked up this to power my 2-channel house speaker collection through my Xonar Essence soundcard:





I coulda' went with 2.1 powered computer speakers, but I got a nice home speaker collection in my closet just aching to be used.
And I can plug into the front of it anything with a 3.5 headphone jack and amp up the sound from ipods, tablets, laptops, phones, etc. through those good speakers.
It is also AC/DC, so I can also use it in cars, boats, motorcycles, etc.



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YES YES YES YES YES AND YES YES YES!!!!!

OMG another Boonie build thread!! Man, you have just made my day!!


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I know, I love reading these threads!
They're always about my 2 most favorite things in the world.....computers & ME!!!


Lol
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Time to get the radiator mount-ready:


Some brackets:


A couple of fans to get things moving:




The motherboard mounted to the risers in ol' Beautiful:


CPU plugged-in, sans cooling block:




Memory time:


Time to see if the mounted radiator is going to interfere with the top 200mm fans AND/OR the memory on the motherboard:

Tucked right in there nice:


The radiator just BARELY cleared the height of the memory:


Waterblock mounted to the CPU:


Just need to plug in the headers, do wire management, & fire her up!
I'm also going to remove that clear back fan and replace it with a black one.

I got called away but i'll be back!

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I just got a new computer, too. Not quite as fancy as yours, Boonie.

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Boonie, I didn't want to steal your thunder, but seeing as how you enjoy both posting AND looking at computer builds, I thought I'd show you a shot of mine that I built last year, just before the new Haswell CPU's came out. Had I known, I would have waited. I wasn't quite done when this was taken...I started out using the on-chip graphics, but eventually went to a standalone video card. I hadn't done any cable management, either. Specs are below...



Motherboard: Gigabyte Z77X-UP4TH
Processor: Intel I7-3770K
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80i Water Cooling
Memory: Crucial Ballistics Sport DD3 16 GB (2x8GB)
Video Card: EVGA NVIDIA GTX660
Power Supply: Thermaltake TR2 700W
Storage: Crucial M4 256GB SSD, WD 1TB Black Series HDD
Optical Drives: Pioneer BDR 2208 BDXL Blu Ray Reader/Writer, HP DVD 1260i DVD/CD Reader/Writer
Speakers: Klipsch Promedia 2.1 Speakers
Chassis: Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer with 2 Antec True Quiet 120mm fans in addition to factory fans
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional
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but seeing as how you enjoy both posting AND looking at computer builds....



That I do!
Thanx!

A little random $16,000 candy:









http://rog.asus.com/2692120...s-xdna-aurum-24k-pc/

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Motherboard - ASROCK Z87 Extreme 4
Processor - i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ T.B.D.
CPU Cooler - Corsair H100 Watercooling
Memory - 8GB G.Skill Sniper DDR3 1866
Videocards - Dual-EVGA GTX-275 896MB Superclocked
Powersupply - Corsair TX750watt @ Single 60amp 12v Rail
Monitor - Westinghouse 37" LCD
Soundcard - ASUS Xonar Essence STX
Speakers - Cyber Acoustics 100 watt 5.1 Surround Sound & Sennheiser HD-598 Headphones
Chassis - NZXT Phantom
Operating System - Windows 7 Ultimate

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You can probably nix those two 120mm fans on the radiator, considering it already has fans above it. Just a thought.

Keep the pix coming plz.
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Very nice build. I like the push/pull fan setup on the radiator, looking good~
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You can probably nix those two 120mm fans on the radiator, considering it already has fans above it. Just a thought.



My thoughts too, but the consensus is that the push/pull for this exact setup works really well.
And a part of the 200mm fans are still grabbing air around the space the radiator don't take up.
I'll take all the top-venting I can get!

If I had my druthers, I'd vent everything out the top.
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Awesome gaming rig!! BUT CAN IT PLAY TITANFALL??
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My thoughts too, but the consensus is that the push/pull for this exact setup works really well.

Roger that.

Have you picked out a video card (cards?) yet?
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Awesome gaming rig!! BUT CAN IT PLAY TITANFALL??


With 2 GTX-275's........circa 1940ish......negative.

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Have you picked out a video card (cards?) yet?


Yup.
The two GTX-275's that came over on the Mayflower.
I am stone-cold out of money.
Paul Rodgers at the end of this month with hotel & some gambling money pretty-much closes me out.

However, if I could find a $200 closeout on a $400 dollar videocard brand new, I would deffinatly make that happen......somehow.
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Yup.
The two GTX-275's that came over on the Mayflower.
I am stone-cold out of money.
Paul Rodgers at the end of this month with hotel & some gambling money pretty-much closes me out.

However, if I could find a $200 closeout on a $400 dollar videocard brand new, I would deffinatly make that happen......somehow.


I'd keep an eye on the GTX 770's, I'm pertty sure they'll be in the lower 200's USD (with rebate) in the next month or so.
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I'd keep an eye on the GTX 770's, I'm pertty sure they'll be in the lower 200's USD (with rebate) in the next month or so.


I will, thanx.
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Well, I'm in past boot...



I will have to do something about my radiator push/pull set-up....I'm getting a slight "wind buffeting" noise......similar to aircraft propellers.
Not horrible, but noticeable.

EDIT: Heh, it was my 20" house fan blowing into the side of my computer on the test bench! DOH!

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I also want to say what a pleasure it was to have my old system up and running while I built my new system.
It was possible only because of all the spare parts (power supplies, hard drives, DVD drives, etc.) I had collected over the years.
Transferring my old guts into another case while installing new guts into my case allowed me to take my time, to stretch it out and not worry or get all stressed out while configuring the new system.

I'll never build another system any other way.
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Heh, for the first time in my computer history my CPU is running cooler than my Motherboard.
CPU - 32C (89F)
Motherboard - 35C (95F)

The ambient temperature in my room at the moment is 85F.
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The ambient temperature in my room at the moment is 85F.


Thats pretty warm, it gets above 75 here and I have to go find a cold beer. Somewhere with AC
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Thats pretty warm, it gets above 75 here and I have to go find a cold beer. Somewhere with AC


Yeah, I have had 2 computer boxes, 1-46" TV, 1-39" monitor, 1-23" monitor & 3-worklights running all day.
The heat really builds up over the course of the day in that situation.

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I don't know if this is good or bad, but from a deadswitch start to the time the desktop timer-circle thingy stops rotating & you're good-to-go: 35 seconds.
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Originally posted by Boondawg:

I don't know if this is good or bad, but from a deadswitch start to the time the desktop timer-circle thingy stops rotating & you're good-to-go: 35 seconds.


Windows 7? Look for a quick boot option in the bios, might help some.

Mine boots from cold to full desktop in 5 or so seconds, but I use Win 8.1

Love the NZXT case BTW, and the PFF dedicated monitor.

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Video & sound installed, wires all tucked away.


I have now completely transitioned over to the new system.
The multiple cores of the new processor are performing just as I had hoped when downloading movies, playing music, surfing the internet, watching videos, playing games and editing photos all at the same time.
Every window instantly pops open, no stutter, no delay, no time-out's, no hassles!

Sure is great when a plan comes together!

All I really need now is video cards.......card.......something up-to-date.
Everything else is golden!

Did I mention how much I LOVE my quality soundcard & quality headphones?
Best thing I ever bought me!
Changed my life.

The build now moves into the slow & steady overclocking phase...

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Stock, out-of-the-box, no tweaking:

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Stock, out-of-the-box, no tweaking:



7.7 here.


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