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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by giorgos th., Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. Cold Storm

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    Well... with the new ram.. had to try it out... so here is my with my Tracers...

    3.5 best with them
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    Then this is my axe ram at 3.5
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    Not bad for a run without getting them up to speed... need to hit up 3.6 and make it 1200 and see how they do.. then oc it to 3.8 and try a little more..
    Man, I love the ram..

    Cp... Man.. I'd love to see that chip just blow up on the board and pop off! :roll: just don't do it at home!
     
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    man, thats a great improvement for just changing your timings. DOn't worry I'm not trying to blow up my chip hehehehe.
     
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    Yeah, I love the new ram I have.. The Tracers can bench great at 4-4-4-12 2t anytime... but never around 1066... Now for the axe... 1200 is good.. just have to play a little with timing to see what they can do.
    Not a bad thing I say.
     
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    I heard tracers do run very hot, what do you think? What are you using to cool your RAM?

    Also, you mind posting a link to your RAM, thanks
     
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    man, thats awesome. What phase kits do you recommend Giorgos???
     
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    Where do I buy? lol
     
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    This is the ram I had

    The tracers do run hot. 2.2 is the required volts.. They are solid ram.. I have gotten my tracers up to 1180 with the DFI Blood Iron board, but the Maximus Formula board is picky with ram... D9's...
    As for cooling, I had a OCZ cooler that I modded with newer better flowing fans for it... two new 60mm ones.. Had more sound on it, but temps where better..
     
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    hey Wile E, I don't know if you have showed me your rig before, but from looking at your specs you have some interesting stuff in your rig as far as watercooling and stuff. You mind posting or linking me to some pics of your rig???
     
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    Sure, but it ain't pretty. lol.

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=60445
     
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    the ones in the market aren`t so strong...
    i have a custom made one filled with R410 and tuned for heavy load..
     
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    not true you can pick up custom ones on XS that are just as good as yours ;)

    but weres the fun in buying one of those? build your own wile
     
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    where can you buy the stuff to make your own kit then?
     
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    i`m talking about ready units like cryo-z,vapo etc etc....
    XS units from piotres,dimas etc et are custom like mine.
     
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    Hey buddy, in order to have your score validated you need a screenshot like the one below, the way you just did it is not valid. No biggie though, i'm just trying to guide you. Sorry Bytor, I jacked your screenie :toast:

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    Thanks, sorry. Ever so slightly quicker as well! :D 22.932 - Here's one:

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    hehe thats what i said i know they dont have true off the shelf ones
     
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    No problem buddy, thats more like it. You thinking of overclocking the Q?
     
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    Hoping for way more some time soon. I get funny looks carrying LN2 dewars into my dorm though. But I think the RA is more worried about the beer in my backpack ;)

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    Dude.... best one I've seen for E8600... Sweet clocking!
    giorgos th. has someone to play with! :toast:
     
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    wow really nice sno.cln

    What were temps like hehe, gotta love seen those - signs when it comes to temps :toast:
     
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    It was around -95C :D

    I'm going to beat 7 seconds or kill this CPU, and 10 like it, trying :toast:
     
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    nice, "-" signs are usually not good, but in this case, they are awesome lol.
     

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