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About BeLiAL124

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  • Birthday 01/01/1987

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  1. 2014 was the last time I played, but I'm back and looking for people to run with. Some of you may remember me, if you see me in game please toss me an invite.
  2. Money isn't a huge issue for this build, the fan I chose is what I use at home and it works just fine so I didn't think I needed a Noctua. I have a Phanteks 14 on my other workstation build. I see no cooling difference as I will never overclock this computer. The power supply being Platinum 760w is overkill, but I know I can put anything my heart desires in trouble free then. I am debating upping to 32GB of ram as big parts/toolpaths suck up memory fast. I will look at it a bit harder but I will never buy an AMD product, my brother works for Intel lol. I have a 770 in my home computer and it runs solidworks perfect with massive assemblies, I would think a 970 or 980 should be good.
  3. Hey guys it's been a while I am looking at my 3rd build, I think the Z97 build still looks like a good build on an under 2k$$ budget. What do you think of these parts? I have a similar Z87 build at home and it runs Solidworks flawless.
  4. I am back. But I am not that good right now still trying to get back into it.
  5. So I got a copy of Solidworks to test, all I can say is wow..this software is amazing. Taking square to round transitions and projecting them to a flat pattern for the waterjet to cut in one click...can save as dxf and it even color codes the bend lines! I was able to take a large 3d assembly I made and put it to a factory background and render it in a photo realistic image..pushes the CPU to 100% but renders quickly. 52C was the hottest I got the CPU with my real world testing. I'm happy. I am running the i7 5960X at the stock clock speeds, this thing's fast! I wonder how many FPS this system would get gaming..i'll never know lol it's strictly for work. Now all I have to do is learn the ins and outs..then teach my boss everything LOL.. It's his software but he doesn't have time to learn it all, so I have to teach him.
  6. I completed the build and it turned out awesome, everything has been running stable so far. I am not going to do any stress testing because he doesn't want me to. The cpu is hovering around 30C idle in a 72 degreeF room with the Phanteks cooler.. The only thing that raised my eyebrow was the temp of the titan Black during Unigine Valley, 83C My GTX 770 runs 60C on valley, but IMO has a lot better cooler with the 3X windforce. Valley score was 2900 on ULTRA HD with all setting's to default in the UEFI. I am trying to remember if I need to make any important changes in the UEFI, other than boot priority and getting the ram timings set...? I built my pc a year ago a bit fuzzy now..
  7. I discussed the GPU with him and he wanted the Titan. Honestly if it ends up being the wrong decision changing out a GPU is the easiest thing to do in a PC. It's just nuts that from everything I have read the only difference between a Quadro and a Titan is the Titan has far better speccs but they lock some features to force you to buy a quadro... And the driver support. If it is choppy when rotating parts I will know I need to look at it closer..I have read there are settings in SW that can effect performance if they are not enabled. I am just finishing up the build now.
  8. That's basically what I gathered from researching workstation cards..just over priced for no extra gain. That's why I chose the badass 8 core intel CPU..I could go Xeon but I am not familiar with them. I chose 32 GB 2666 ram which is the new DDR4 and should be pretty sweet. I didn't pick dominator's because they are not low profile. I chose the Titan black just to have a GPU on par with the CPU.
  9. I missed that 780T case, I added that instead..was looking for it! The thermal compound is up in the air..I agree about the electrically conductivity. I like the Phanteks cooler...he doesn't want liquid in his system.
  10. I want to build him a computer, not a mad science project lol..
  11. Just read mixed reviews where some people see better performance from something like a gaming card. Don't know much about Quadros
  12. You name it we do it with Cad. The SSD is probably plenty, I could add more storage but I doubt he would use it...not hard to add more if he wants it though.
  13. Here is the list I threw together, the goal is to have the system run for the next 5 years minimum. My boss needs to upgrade from his very very outdated PC and doesn't care about spending some extra money for premium components. The PC needs to last a long time, and be fast because the one thing he will not be happy with is having to upgrade anytime soon. He is currently working with Autocad 2000 an knows it's time to go to new software and 64 bit. So what do you think of this build? I know it's a bit insane, but insane is what he wants. I don't know if a workstation GPU would be better or not, I have read mixed reviews on them.
  14. lol A whip like this in kangaroo leather is usually about 650-1,000 And in nylon like I made around 250-350
  15. this is a fetish's kind of annoying people can't tell the difference. If you got hit with the whip I made you would be split wide open.