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  1. robAP

    GTX1070 superclocked

    Been a while since I've done much here, but I do need to move some equipment along. OCC has been great to me so here's a decent deal on a fab card. Working pull, just a few months old EVGA gtx1070 superclocked. (mfg website) $340 w/ free shipping via FedEx, 2nd day air. ( i get a decent discount on that shipping) This is my brother in law's. He went for a water-cooled option because he is building a all water/quiet box. (His box happens to be my '09 occ Xmas grand prize corsair 800 case) He does not mine. Just online games. Let me know.
  2. Wolfrider

    HTPC gaming build

    It's been a while since I last build a pc, and since my current PC is way to big to take to my student appartment I want to build something smaller, preferably compact enough to fit in a backbag, so it's easy to move. So far I found only one case that fits my needs, namely the Fractal Design Node 202. I build the pc around it as follows; - i5 6500 - Asus B150I pro gaming (cheapest mini ITX board I found with wifi) - Corsair SF450 450w SFX PSU (seems to be the quietest in this formfactor) - Kingston HyperX 8gbb DDR4-2400 (1 module) - Scythe Big Shuriken 2 rev. B - Samsung 850 evo 500gb SSD All these parts should fit in the case, and without making to much noise. For the gpu I will use my gtx760, until the gtx1070 sells without the founders edition fee. I have read complaints about the gpu geting too hot, and there is room for 2 120mm fans above the fans of the gpu. Would it be more efficient to buy a 3th party gpu heatsink, two slots high in combination with the 2 120mm fans? That way I buy the cheapest 1070, and still totaling less then what custom boards would cost. Maybe just adding the 120mm fans to a proprietary solution yields even better results, I dont know. The Pc will be used with a 1080p monitor, I might switch to 1444p later, but my main concern is the noise and heat such a tightly packed powerhouse would generate. What dou guys think? This is an exciting project, please tell me if I overlooked something
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