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  1. buildzoid

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    Vmodded GTX590 will definetly go up in the next comp after I'm done with it because I just can't figure out what to do with it.

    I had to tape it raw like that because if I recorded the directly the crashes would have screwed me over. I plan to make my channel into a proper channel about OCing so you can expect more guides and other content to come with better quality.
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  2. d1nky

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    cmon people surely this intel noob cant be in top5 superpi1m in the team.....

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  4. d1nky

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    Nice score also your rig looks like my one used to when I first got my WC loop.
    I just got my replacement R9 290. I also got the parts I needed to WC the GTX 590 but I still need the Epower boards(goddamn Nvidia vrm engineers) and I got a case and PSU for a rig with the A10 6800K so I plan to do a video on just how fast you can go from parts to pressing the on switch and getting to BIOS.
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  6. d1nky

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    i think we should have a lil in-house competition to get everyone interested again!

    not many people posting in here, how can we liven things up??
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    Not really, but I think I can participate for Stage 1. Rest hw is really hard to find or @ebay if lucky
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    I have a PII and 3d3 and SDRAM .
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    So bro, are u ready? Shall we participate? :D
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    Let's do this!

    If anyone gets stuck for some hardware I bet the rest of TPU could help!
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    looks like johni5 has started the competition off.

    if we get stuck for hardware i will start a new thread asking for others to help. ill even check on ebay for us.

    i found a pentium dual core T2330, in an old laptop lol shame its not a II
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    got a question about volts on AMD. What is the absolute maximum for non extreme cooling. I took my 3960X up to 1.725v for about 10 minutes and it's fine(no degradation) and I heard AMDs are even more resistant to voltage so I was thinking about 1.8V for 10min if I can keep it cool. Because I'm aiming for 5.5+ Ghz on all four cores for a Cinebenh R11.5 and R15 run.
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    what cpu?

    my FX-8350 could take around 1.75v on my loop and board, if youre running really cold then 1.8v for sure. johan on his saber and chvf puts in 1.8v+ with antifreeze and better than -15*c ambients.

    depends on the leakage of the chip as well, but in general <1.8v with decent board and very good cooling.

    i found anything over 25-30*c on the cpu fully loaded would run into stability problems, keeping it idle at like 10*c and fully loaded <30*c
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    A10-6800K on the Asrock A85X Extreme 6. I have some spare caps so I can mod the board for better noise suppression but I doubt it would help since an it's an 8+2 phase. From what your saying I gather heat is a bigger issue than voltage and I will crash from heat first. In which case I'll just skip over watercooling and do LN2 which I planned to do anyway but don't find as interesting as Air/Water.
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    AMD really doesn't net a whole lotta boints.Maybe FX for max freq global and the unlockable chips n stuff.There's a lot of boints in 775.Gah..and then XTU on modern Intel hardware.I hate XTU,the boints are so lopsided for that.
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    Well I just enjoy OCing AMDs more than Intels and I have a spare A10 so why not see how fast it can go.
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    694D pro2 not work 2 Celeron CPU!!!Hmmm.2x 400 CPU but not see only 1 cpu.Why?
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    see you got it working!

    nice one jonhi5, great benching for techPowerUp! team!
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    lol, there's a club now?
    I joined TPU hwbot a while back lol.
    I've been inactive for the longest.

    I did a couple of stock runs lol.
    maybe when I get my new setup I'll bench some more.
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    noticed you submitting scores. Welcome aboard, TPU Hwbot has been quiet lately.
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    So I've been wanting to go sub zero for some time now but I can't figure out wether to go LN2 or DICE first.
    As far as I can tell these are their respective positives and negatives:
    LN2
    + easier to apply, more cooling capability, cleaner
    - pain to store and aquire (linde gas cz never has enough dewars)
    DICE
    + easy to aquire and store( can go pick up 20kg any day of the week), no cold bugs
    - interface liquid makes a mess, more dangerouse to handle, worse cooling
    So taking all that into consideration which one should I go with.
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    Ln2!

    I'm skipping dice, don't see the point in less capable cooling and lower scores.

    I'm just so busy atm plus in debt :(
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    man we need to liven things up!!!

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