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    Posted: 09 Nov 2018 at 7:57pm
Equal balance of gaming, video editing, dev, VM stuff, knowledge worker stuff, content creation. all around GP computing
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  • CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i9-9900K 3.60GHZ 16MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151
  • CS_FAN: 6X 120mm CyberpowerPC 120mm Addressable Dual Light Loop RGB 1200RPM Fans w/ Hub + Remote Controller [+59]
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hey I was wondering where did you get the option for XSPC custom water cooling kit? haven't been able to find it.  also considering a very similar build
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It's come up in the Cooling section in every build I've configured.  Might be dependent on which system you start with.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote crawler Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Nov 2018 at 8:43am
Originally posted by Chasmodai Chasmodai wrote:

It's come up in the Cooling section in every build I've configured.  Might be dependent on which system you start with.
 

I'm sure the OP put a 2080TI in his build before choosing his cooler.  That's where gaming performance comes from. 

I see a lot of builds over the last few years focusing on looks and lighting upgrades for mid level builds when high end could have been done less the bling.
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Originally posted by crawler crawler wrote:


I'm sure the OP put a 2080TI in his build before choosing his cooler.  That's where gaming performance comes from. 

I see a lot of builds over the last few years focusing on looks and lighting upgrades for mid level builds when high end could have been done less the bling.

Are you implying that my build looks like too much on bling and not enough on performance?
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I think he meant that you chose correctly, focused on performance first then went bling.
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What I finally ordered. Of course a bunch of the parts are back ordered, but they tell me three weeks to get built.

Gamer Infinity XLC (NO MONITOR)

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  • CASUPGRADE: RGB Multi-Color 16 Million color LED 3x Interior light Strip (top, side, bottom) w/ RF Controller [+29]
  • CC: None
  • CD: None
  • COOLANT: Thermaltake High-Performance C1000 (Red) Opaque Vivid Color Coolant Series [+26]
  • CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i9-9900K 3.60GHZ 16MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151
  • CS_FAN: 6X 120mm CyberpowerPC 120mm Addressable Dual Light Loop RGB 1200RPM Fans w/ Hub + Remote Controller [+59]
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  • FA_HDD: None
  • FAN: XSPC Custom Water Cooling Kit with EX360 Radiator + D5 Pump + XSPC RayStorm Copper Cold Plate [+194] (3x CyberpowerPC 120mm Dual Light Loop ARGB 1200RPM Fans w/ Hub + Remote [+29])
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Originally posted by legion6702 legion6702 wrote:

I think he meant that you chose correctly, focused on performance first then went bling.
 

I thought it was clear I was referring to the trend for bling over performance?

OP....Regardless, this is an awesome build you put together. What programs do you run to challenge the memory requirements ordered?  


Edited by crawler - 17 Nov 2018 at 5:31pm
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Originally posted by crawler crawler wrote:

Originally posted by legion6702 legion6702 wrote:

I think he meant that you chose correctly, focused on performance first then went bling.
 

I thought it was clear I was referring to the trend for bling over performance?

OP....Regardless, this is an awesome build you put together. What programs do you run to challenge the memory requirements ordered?  


Got it. The bling just comes along for the ride and to confuse the cat ;)

I've been shooting full frame digital images for a long time.  With multiple .RAW images in my post production workflow, more memory helps.

I'll also run multiple VMs to sandbox applications or operating systems when I'm evaluating new applications and tools so they get a clean environment. I used to run multiple computers all the time, but using VMs is so much simpler.

And it's not like adding an extra 16 GB of memory is that expensive; better to not need it and have it, than need it and not have it.
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 Yeah , I never needed 16gb for the Darkroom software. Don't use it much now away way!  Enjoy! 
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