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Phenom 9950 overclocking

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Chicken Patty, Oct 8, 2008.

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    LOL thats a step up for sure

    I almost did better then you with my 940 @ 3.818 on Wprime
     
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    my ram as running @800 3-3-3-8 on a bench that loves high bandwidth.
     
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    That was with the 945ES?
     
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    so cda, you never told me. How did you prep the rig for that? is that the factory heatsink without the fan?
     
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    yes it was 955 hasn't had anything cold put on it yet

    yep it is that very thing
     
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    no prepping of the board or anthing, just simply placed the ice on the top and thats it?
     
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    no board has to be prepped or issues arise i got some of the foam padding with a sticky back ran that around the socket and on the backside over all of the electronics near the back plate.
     
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    if you know me you would know that i wasn't being serious just joking around :slap:
     
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    would it work good if i was to put DICE on a Xiggy 1283 or would the heat pipes do something to it?
     
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    wouldn't work on the xiggy heat is designed to flow across fins on it not down like the AMD cooler
     
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    so i would have to use the stock heatsink then.. i may not even try DICE sounds like too much work
     
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    lol :laugh:
     
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    i think I have a factory heatsink dude. if you are interested in one in case you dont have it. as always we can work this out :D
     
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    is yours better then one that comes with a 4850e?(its worse then one that comes with a 90nm chip) its the same as a Sempron cooler the cooler i have is alittle smaller then the one seen in the link below http://www.xsreviews.co.uk/reviews/cpus/amd-am2-3800-x2/2


    btw someone in my family that buys my computer stuff most of the time wants to buy one of my dual cores,PSU,ram,mobo not sure what cpu and mobo he will pick but i don't think i am going to upgrade yet. the GF wants something shinny,gold and $$$ for her b-day
     
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    i think i have one laying around you could have it for $10 +ship or if shipping isnt expensive ill pay it
    too much? i am bad with prices

    P4 OC 5ghz
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVSgtskg5sE&feature=related
     
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    mine is the same as assasins, but it has more heatpipes I believe not sure.
     
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    i have a couple of the heatpipe coolers and a solid alum one i used the cheap solid alum one when i ran DICE
     
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    how much you looking for? I don't want to give up my Xiggy for someone that won't be overclocking at all and doesn't game much so something like that is all i would really need for him.btw how is the noise on it? it has to be close to silent (he hates noise from computers)
     
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    its never been used so idk
     
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    I got it bro:toast: Thanks for the shove
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    all it needed was some cold, I dropped my Black Ice Gt 240 in a bucket of ice water, I even was able to run a 17x multi for a bit:rockout:

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    Temps where showing between -3C and -7C, I know my sensors are off but they usually show 8C and 10C ish range:D
     
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    nice job 3d only way for me to beat that is DICE :D but i don't feel like setting up my board so i can use it.
     
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