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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by fullinfusion, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Here's my great white north temps and clocks!

    Ambient temp 9.0c


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    I had my old FX-57 down to just 7c yrs ago in the middle of winter time. Paper thin walls and no heating FTW lol
     
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    It's been cold as heck here, but with a wood stove it's pushing 80F in my living room:laugh:

    Seriously, I get better temps on my rig in the summer than I do in the winter.
     
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    81F dec 11 @3:30pm
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    freaking near ZERO on the cpu tonight :laugh:

    EDIT: HIT ZERO!

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    Even if I put my 480 mm radiator outside I doubt I could go below 20 C. We have 7-9 degree C in Denmark. Let's hear from the people in mid/north US. Nice and cool there now I understand.
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Yeah I'm in the great white north AKA*Canada** and it's freaking cold in here :laugh:

    Outside temperature

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    Indoors :eek:

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    The coldest I ever had in my place was -23 C. You almost need antifreeze if you use a water loop ;)
     
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    yup im using a loop and once froze it when I forgot to close the window one night haha

    Pictures on on TPU somewhere
     
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    This thread makes me want to get an oddball external loop filled with antifreeze to outside. 20f here right now. -6c. My loop is apart right now. I could do this. Would just need to insulate the window.
     
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    Today's High temp, 0.5F. That's -17.5C. :)
     
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    My Twins are cold as well

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    new york city temps, this is on passive cooling (all my fans off)

    probably the lowest i personally seen my rig go in quite some time.


    its about 8c - 11c outside at night time these past few days
     
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    @fullinfusion

    those are ice cold temps! where do you live?
     
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    Canada eh

    tonight is actually warm. last night it was -32c and windshield was -52c
     
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    If this is correct.... We are due for a nice warm up, starting tomorrow!

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    Thu high, -7.2C
    Fri high, 1.1C
    Sat high, -1.6C
    Sun high, 2.7C !!!!!!! :D

    Hell, today felt BALMY, compared to the last couple of days!! January, BRING IT ON!!!! :toast:
     
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    It was around 15'f here last night, but it never got below 67'f in the house. You guys need to turn up the heat. Don't say you can't afford it with your system specs.
     
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    Haha I drive 2 times a week through the twin cities. Did ya see the woman that jumped her truck off the 694 last night lmao!

     
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    haha I actually pulled the cover off the base board heater in my office and disconnected the wire so it wont cut in.

    If i didn't the thermostat would automatically cut in and who wants that :fear:

    Plus it keeps the wife out :rockout:
     
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    good enough for me
     
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    I didn't see that, but I heard about it today from a customer.

    BTW, next time you are down here...'down here' makes me laugh, anyways, find me at the Jiffy Lube on West 7th. 5 minutes east of the Airport on Hwy 5. I will give you a hella good deal on an Oil Change!! Just ask for King Richard, that's me. :D
     
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    Thanks King Richard ,Ya service a big rig?
    and good to know... i may have a new parts man :toast:
     
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    Ah, well, a Truck driver, eh? I can't service any 18 wheeler trucks or cab overs, Bays are not big enough. But I can do most two axle vehicles, excepting Porsche's and Ferrari's, insurance reasons.
     
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    A windy -40 celcius outside. Is it winter temps enough for you?
     
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