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how are these superpi times for my chip

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by AshenSugar, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. AshenSugar

    AshenSugar New Member

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    3500+ overclocked on asus m2n-sli delux(open box board)

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    put those in the super pi thread:rockout: nice
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    Not bad, see if you can get that sub 30 1m run

    I agree though, post those up in the superpi thread.
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    tryed for close to an hour to get sub30, just couldnt quite do it, maby when i get a freezer64pro i can push it a little more and get that sub30 run i been trying for!!!
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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    About five seconds faster than my 3800+@2.65GHZ. Pretty damn good.
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    Managed to get 25 sec last night, will post it on the overclock club thread tonite. Its taken me almost a week just to get from 26 to 25!
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    buy me a freezer64pro im acctualy using stock cooling at the moment!!!!!
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    Ketxxx Heedless Psychic

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    32MB is sluggish. should aim more for 24-25min kinda range
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    I actually have a brand new....boxed and never used cooler that is rated higher than the freezerpro in reviews that you can have.
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    Ketxxx Heedless Psychic

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    whats the cooler? I might nab it just so i can cut it up and make something out of it :D
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    Well I am at work at the mo but I think its an Akaska Evo 33, it won the overall AMD heatsink review earlier this year and beat the Artic Cooling freezer pro64, a cut and paste jobbie from Custo PC review is below. It has a very nice controlable fan and plenty of copper!

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    Ketxxx Heedless Psychic

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    dang, i cant mod that to what i was thinking :(
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    really if you dont want it sure, i would love a shot a overclocking this thing to 3+, fucking hate being broke, sucks so bad, my last 5bucks today went to putting gas in my mothers car because her card wouldnt swipe(mag strip dead for the 8th or 9th time!!! this year)

    if ur seirous let me know please :D
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    Where are you?
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    the states unfortunetly, wash state usa, ur welcome to come for a visit if you like, im sure its just as gloomy and wet there as here :p

    well at least you dont have a bush in the uk(just saw your location)
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    Lol, naaaa I would Opt for Bush country, I hear texas is in the 70F region, nice, cold, foggy, damp and miserable in the UK today around 5C :cry: I am a sunshine person, need to move to Florida. Would not be cost effective to let you have cooler as the postage would cost more than you could buy one for.
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    yeah, it would :/

    and fl is nice in the winter and spring, but summer, to hot and muggy(hummid)

    its not to bad here, i acctualy would miss having seasons if i lived to far south :p
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    I was actually in Florida in June and it was seriously HHHHOOOOOOTTTTTT!! We usually go there once each year and rent a Villa. Am looking for something a little different next year so perhaps a week in LA followed by a week in Hawaii, dont know that much about either tho.
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    try playing with your memory also.you`ll gain sth from that..
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    i have, systool has gotten a good workout :p

    hey u like hot summers it gets HOT here in the summer!!!!!!!! but we can go to the coast and its normaly just perfect with the nice seabreeze :D
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    6 seconds off mine with software oc

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