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post #11 of 40
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I have these

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145303

Last week I wasn't even looking into benching so I really didn't take it into consideration when I bought the parts, but then I got the binning disease and now I want in.

Do you know what kit this is



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post #12 of 40
Those are some awesome A-data sticks. You can only buy those used, but there is one set currently on sale for $240.
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oh no I'm talking about the LN2 kit he has on it woops sorry
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It's a little devil Single Stage (phase). I'm pretty sure he is an artisan on here, but from europe. There are a few builders on here, Sdumper is an artisan i believe and he makes them. Runmc also does, but he is a mod on XS and rarely on here. I think there are a few others as well. SS are pretty pricey. Expect upwards of $600 for one, but those things are usually talked over PM. Mine is built by Runmc, but I bought it used.
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Yup, that's a phase change system. It uses a compressor like a refrigerator (except meant to handle more heat and continuous). LittleDevil and Sdumper are the OCN artisans, but there are plenty of builders.

A single stage system is going to cost between $500-$800 for a new unit and yield temperatures between -20C and -40C.

A dual stage (cascade) will offer temperatures between -70C to -100C and will cost between $900-$1600 new.
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There is still a register button there on the main page, does it say no registration after filling in the info?
Most guys start out on water, after getting scores as maxed out as possible extreme cooling lets you go further. Sandy Bridge has changed things a bit, the cpus don't clock more when frozen like the previous generations did, but freezing gpus is still fun for 3d.
Depending on temps/voltages custom water should help keep it cooler when running high clocks & voltages, I'll still freeze the cpu but more just to help save the chip than getting better clocks.

so if there really is no real benefit with freezing sandy, should I just go with a WC loop then? So both my cpu and gpus can be cooled while being able to use them 24/7?
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so if there really is no real benefit with freezing sandy, should I just go with a WC loop then? So both my cpu and gpus can be cooled while being able to use them 24/7?
If you are just looking at maximizing the benches on your existing rig, I would not be going Dice/LN2. If you are planning on continuing to overclock for HWBOT points with additional hardware in the future, then DICE/LN2 would be an option.
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Sandy doesn't receive much benefit from cooling, but it can get a bit. It tends to coldbug (stop functioning because of temperatures) around -30C to -50C. However, with the voltages you run to get the max out of the chip, cooling it down will definitely make it handle them better and longer.
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post #19 of 40
Instead of benching with your main rig, you might want to try and pickup some older hardware to push to the max in case you break it.

I bet you can get an entire 775 setup for about $300 or so.
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SLI doesn't really yeild as many points as single card. For sub-zero benching a pot can vary in price. You can find some for around $150 use, maybe even less. The koolance thing is probably one of the less expensive pots and can be often found used. Other than that, K|ngp|n pots are common in the US. I think they're closer to around $220 for the gemini, which is a cpu pot and close to the same for the tek-9 fat (gpu). The tek-9 slim is a little less, but those prices are before shipping. Usually you don't see any on the used market unless someone is getting out of the hobby.

There are plenty of people who make them in europe, but it'd cost a lot to send a 5 lb copper container across the ocean. Dewars are also pricey, but they hold their value well. Ebay price is around $350 for a 35L. You might find them for less or if you happen to come across a good deal. Ln2 price may vary by location. I pay about $1/L. Some places charge a lot more and you'll be lucky to find it cheaper. Some places also rent dewars.

DICE is more maintenance than LN2, and can also vary in price. I used to buy it for $0.60/lb, but the grocery store was $1.39/lb. I feel it lasts longer than LN2, but doesn't get as cold and you have to crush and stir it.

You don't reallly need to do anything to the pot. Just some good prep work on the motherboard and insulate everything well and you'll have nothing to worry about.
$1/L?
Thats crazy...AirGas wants to charge me $85 for a 20L refil (~4.25/L)...Praxair did not call me back.
DICE is $1 a pound for me.

@phaseshift
Your rig is named the same as mine
Edited by BeepBeep2 - 6/12/11 at 10:42am
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