Final Specifications

R3APER
Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800
Kingston HyperX 2GB PC9200
DFI UT LAN Party 680i Motherboard
EVGA 8800GTX 768MB (x2)
Western Digital Raptor X (x4)
Seagate Barracuda 16MB 250GB (x2)
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Platinum
Lite-On DVD-R/RW SATA Drive
Thermaltake Power Express 250W PSU
PC Power & Cooling 750W Quad PSU
CoolIT Systems FreeZone CPU Cooler
CoolerMaster Stacker 832

Lapped Processor
Lapped DFI LANParty North Bridge Heat Sink
Lapped DFI LANParty South Bridge Heat Sink
Thermalright HR-09S MOFSET Heat Sink (x2)

Logitech G7 Gaming Mouse
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
NEC Display Solutions 19" HD LCD

Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64

Processor
Frequency: 4000MHz
FSB: 200MHz
Multiplier: 20
Vcore: 1.32v
Idle Temperature: 25C
Load Temperature: Unknown

Memory
Frequency: 1200MHz
Timings: 5-5-5-18
Voltage: 1.9v (let me check on that)

Graphics Cards
Core Freequency: 2150MHz
Memory Frequency: 650MHz
Idle Temperature: 60C
Load Temperature: 79C

To Buy
1) Laing DDC-1Ultra Pump (x2)
2) EK-Multioption 250 Reservoir
3) Aqua Computer AirPlex Evo 1800 Radiator
4) CoolIT Systems FreeZone Quad SLI Cooler
5) Aqua Computer TwinPlex XT Chipset Waterblock (x2)

To Do
1) Volt Mod 8800GTX
2) Build custom phase change cooler
3) Remove TEC chilling blocks from CPU cooler
4) Add those TEC chilling blocks to FreeZone Quad SLI Cooler
5) Mod CoolIT Systems FreeZone Quad SLI Cooler to cool north and south bridge chipsets as well as video cards
6) Replace CoolIT Systems FreeZone Quad SLI Cooler pump with Laing DDC-1Ultra Pump
7) Lap Aqua Computer TwinPlex XT Chipset Waterblocks
8 ) Lap CoolIT Systems FreeZone Quad SLI Cooler Waterblocks
9) Add Aqua Computer AirPlex Evo 1800 Radiator to water cooling loop
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  1. And how much did all that cost you? Looks like a very nice system but I'm guessing it was also very expensive - not counting any of the cooling, I get a quick rough estimate of $5k or so.

    Hmm. What's the second PSU for?
  2. lol proof is very goofy in his posts... lol is this a fake post proof?

    just trying out nice builds? =P if not that thing is a monster...

    but reading some of proofs other posts lol he's quite mischievious in his posts =P

    jae
    mlb
  3. The second PSU is to take some of the load off of the main one because of the two GTXs and future 8900GTXs. Also, the watercooling will take a toal on the main PSU.

    To the second poster: Yes, it is real. CPU-Z validations all 'round next week. Have some hardware to test out as well so pics of that. Anyone wanna buy a Stacker 832?
  4. Quote:
    Core Freequency: 2150MHz
    Memory Frequency: 650MHz


    dam thats fast yet so very very slow!!! lol
  5. Hahaha!
  6. Bump for boredom...
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