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Almost 19s with psc on air, strong!
Thanks a bunch man, you guys have been laying down some awesome times, I'm having to work hard I think there is a board issue with the gene at the moment with training 9-9-7 on those thirds, but once I get around that I should see 16s.
Thanks buddy Voltage is reading from vccin, vcore was 1.2 or something like that
2840 C6 anybody?
Man it's been a while since my last post in this thread. Good to be running 32m again JJJC - 7M 17.344 [4790K], Ram @ 1420 ~ 6-10-6-26 LN2 2.25v Will re-run soon for a better time. Waza dialled back to get a pass here, should be a second in it
That looks good to me Stubass, nice work I wouldn't add any eraser to the cpu area now as that whole bit will just freeze anyway, won't cause issues. Maybe just a little bit of eraser after your ram slots before the oc buttons as water can develop there sometimes. Overall looks good!
Nice to see you're paying attention to efficiency and want to improve there. Most new benchers (including myself in the early days) just want to freeze things and collect points, it can take a little while to grasp the concept of efficient scoring and benching. Definitely take your system back to air and start there, lots of resources online now days with good tips and information to get you started. Once you have your score right on air take it cold and hammer it. I...
Mpower seems very touchy to IMC for RTL/IOL. Tried a few different chips and got a few different settings that would train. The worst chip and I couldn't train any tighter than 47/49 14/14 @ 2800 :O Better chip got 43/44 4/4 working but nothing tighter. To be honest I find PSC nicer to use on Mpower Max than I do Samsung, which is a contrasting view to some other people
You've just developed a sour attitude now over something one person said to you. I do hope you go ahead and give subzero a try because it does make for a great hobby, but if you don't that will be your loss alone. Lots of people don't start or continue to practice subzero cooling because it is an expensive and often demanding/frustrating hobby to maintain. But for the few that stick with it and love it, it is extremely rewarding Here is an image from my most recent...
Whoah there, slow your pony on that one.It was perhaps quite harsh of Cl3p to say what he did, but nobody is rushing you into anything, or giving you crap for not posting results. You are having issues with some people because the majority of your posts have been about purchases you have made or are yet to make. Most people don't post in here until they have pictures or results to share You have the gear to get started by the sounds, not sure why you are unable to raise...
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