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  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Still number #2 :p
     
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    You gained a new achievement: contribute 300 points to your team

    wewt!!!!

    now to get 500 team points :D
     
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    hey I haven't had time to bench, should have a couple more chips to put on am3+ if all goes ok.

    plus I got to beat johan at cinebench!!

    BENCH ON!
     
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    I'm game Bro. Bring it on!!:laugh:
     
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    my loop isn't at its best and ambients are quite high.

    in short; ive got a kink, mx2, and bad seat!
     
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    A temp fix for a kink is some regular hose clams from the hardware store. I use them to help with the same issue!
     
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    my angled fittings should be here tomorrow and ill do the whole lapping etc.

    its a real tight bend from block to rad. tbh I should of completed my loop ages ago but haven't bothered.
     
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    You've still been doing quite well in the benched reguardless!!
     
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    air temp is what is holding me back atm.

    that and i know sweet fa about what i am doing overclocking haswell xD
     
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    just a lil bump and reminder that we need more players,

    we're 118th overall and about 1k away from top 100!

    I know a few that should be joining and submitting soon, I may have some other hardware and submit a few more this week, hopefully!
     
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    What are you getting on cinebench atm D1nky( i messed up the first bench i posted on bot but 8.4 is currently my max) and im going to post some benches on the bot but its a pain in the ass entering and proveing an amd system , is there an easy way for amd systems like XTU that Hwbot likes and accepts for Amd systems because manually each time is not fun.:)
     
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    my best was 9.37 (not recorded) and 9.33 submitted, but some mofo came and destroyed that with a 9.57!

    you should be able to use the ''repopulate field'' itll have the config saved and just change the clocks.
     
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    Lol we all know who :roll:


    My best is 8.34 not recorded but 8.29 recorded
     
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    good scores:) ill try that ,since i have only submitted once i didnt realise:shadedshu
    need to sort out a benching drive (OS) as im on my main and only rig and Os, so i wouldnt want to kill something and i must be close with the ammount of bsd's and hangs ive had:D

    9.37 whut :eek: ive clearly some work todo to get anywhere near you two then:twitch:
     
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    my advice is to find the oldest/slowest HDD you can find, create many partitions of around 30gb each.

    use RT7 Lite, and strip all the fat from the OS iso/folder. create a new usb bootable iso.

    install 2 OS partitions with drivers etc, use and abuse 1. then when that's corrupted clone the fresh and carry on.


    The reason I say a slow HDD is because, using air/watercooling the amount of time it spends loading between tests etc. the temps will drop dramatically. If good enough cooling then itll drop to near idle again! example; 3d11 between tests!


    this was a trick I used when on all air, it helped and I done pretty well!
     
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    Ya but this mofo was running at 5.533 @1.75v with LLC .

    You just have to find your max comfort zone, how far do you want to push it. !
     
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    I use a Western Digtal 320GB 3GB/s Drive when benching.
     
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    you want your boot drive to have 1 10gb partition and 2 4gb partitions. and then a 4th where you can keep all the benchmarks, drivers, tweakers and utilities you use.

    personally i install a bare os, any drivers i need and then back it up to another drive should the worst happen and i lose that drive too.

    10gb is plenty but its for the copy wazza you need the 2nd 2 partitions. i could copy and paste the info but it was rawz who wrote it and deserves the credit.

    http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=35053

    i know benchtech did an app which will do it for you (and a host of other things too) if you want to do it that way but i found playing about with the file sizes manually worked better.
     
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    Pro tip: Dont buy XFX next time!
     
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    i got a great deal on it

    :banghead:
     
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