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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. mlee49

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    Thanks, but my 7 year old cant legally 'work'. Guess I could trade him food for it...
     
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    New goodies!!!! My early birthday present to myself! Happy Birthday to me :laugh: ;)

    EDIT: First time SSD owner here, I am going to hook this bad boy up and reinstall Win7 now.. wish me luck! :clap:

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    Ooooooo.. so green, so bright! ...yet, I can't look away!:cool::toast:
     
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    it's greener than the Hulk HULK MAD HULK SMASH
     
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  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    It's a bit cold outside luckily its cold enough for a couple quick runs at 4.8ghz on my Phenom II crazy the improvements on the C3 chips my old C1/C2 chips required DICE for these clocks :slap:
     
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    18F right now outside. TEC's coldside registered in at -1C under load :laugh:
     
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    If it was 18C I would be happy.....
     
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    Are FC3 going to sell any retail copies? It's bundled with every bloody item.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Heatpipes stoop working when they freeze. I get better temps using a stock non-heatpipe heatsink than anything else. LEt it freeze, get a fan blowing clod air on it, and you're good to go.

    I was running my 1100T @ 1.65V, getting -20c load @ around -33c ambient. heatpipe coolers, including the cooler you ghot there, were all worse.

    The TEC having a hot side kinda saves that one a bit, fortunately, so it's the odd-ball, but any other...what a failure! :p
     
  14. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I was at 1.775v for that run. I need to pull some of the ram dimm's out to get any higher. 4 dimms limits my HTT to much to push much further.

    The heatpipes are filled with a type of alcohol so it shouldn't freeze until its cold cold out. It's not cold cold out yet :p load temp on the CPU was 5C according the the sensor on the socket 0C according to the CPU. Was just a quick run to see how far it would get when my CHVF shows up I will have the watercooling running cold. Last time I ran that I hit the coldbug on my socket 754 chips...
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I'm surprised you even HAVE snow. :p

    Gonna get colder in the next couple of days, got a review to finish up today, and I'll be doing some clocking in the garage soon. Got quite a few extra AMD chips now, so I can afford to stuff volts into them. I'm kind of interested to see how well the FX-8350 does when cold, too...but I think I might need a newer board to get the most out of it.
     
  16. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    It's actually our second snow this season...abnormally warm this year TBH. Two years ago it was -30F outside this time of year.

    I can't imagine your CHVF will have issues clocking it up.
     
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    That's awesome! I took my first water rig out on a 10F day, let it cool down... just a little too long. Liquid partially froze, and ruined one of the redundant pumps. File that one under stupid. :laugh:
     
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    That's why I run 25% antifreeze mix. Before I went to that I did have an incident that was similar luckily I was watching and notice it starting to freeze up.

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    Cool... literally! LOL

    And smart. Thankfully, it didn't freeze everything solid and I used the same rig for another few years.
     
  20. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I can't wait for my stinking CHVF to show up from Asus :banghead: See how well 3x GTX 470's and that phenom do.
     
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    What is CHVF ?
     
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    CrossHair V (roman numeral for five) Formula;) Good thing he didn't add the TB bit for Thunderbolt;)
     
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    Lol! yes, on it's release date of Dec. 4th
     
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    cdawall dude clean the dust
     
  25. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    If your talking about the case pic it's in pieces right now that's an old pic. The one of the v10 only the board is dusty so don't really care.
     

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