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The dust, is EPIC.
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What is your definition of stable? Nice job on the golden chip.

It ran 6 hours of prime 95 with out crashing. Temps stayed around 39-42c. I stayed on for around two months after that on the same OC doing CAD work. I generally leave firefox, chrome, pidgin, spotify, steam, lightroom, bridge, and photoshop open 24/7 despite my constant saving of my work.

Once I get another system i'm looking to use this one as a bench dummy for odd types of cooling and some extreme cooling under LN2 or LH.
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Kinda makes me think of a big, ugly prelude to the newer asetek stuff thumb.gif
kinda wish they still made a AIO in a 80mm or even a 92mm for small cases

Cool none the less, bro
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It ran 6 hours of prime 95 with out crashing. Temps stayed around 39-42c. I stayed on for around two months after that on the same OC doing CAD work. I generally leave firefox, chrome, pidgin, spotify, steam, lightroom, bridge, and photoshop open 24/7 despite my constant saving of my work.
Once I get another system i'm looking to use this one as a bench dummy for odd types of cooling and some extreme cooling under LN2 or LH.

You should see if you can do a custom blend using 90% of avalible RAM for 15-18* hours. 8 hours @15min a FFT won't test all the FFT's frown.gif
Slick set up, thanks for the info:) sounds pretty stable so far.

*I can't remeber the exact amount of time, but it take's about 15 hours or so to test all the FFT's.
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Looking good, looking forward to seeing this bad boy put to use.
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Kinda makes me think of a big, ugly prelude to the newer asetek stuff thumb.gif
kinda wish they still made a AIO in a 80mm or even a 92mm for small cases
Cool none the less, bro

I actually just found one of those coolers on craigslist as well. If I can get the guy down on his outrageous price for old hardware I might go get it. The only reason being it may have a 120mm rad (still waiting on a response on that one).

I had a good bit too much to drink last night so it's like 5pm and I'm just getting around to moving. Figure I'll start working on this project in a little bit once I'm done shaking from low sugars.
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An update of sorts....

Last night I went ahead and flushed out everything a few times. Here's what came out:

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So some stuff came out. Then I flushed it in the sink for a bit and a TON more stuff came out, almost as much as when I flushed it when I first got it. So I filled it back up with distilled water and ran it for a bit to flush it out some more. Drained it, refilled it again, ran it for a while, drained it.


You'll notice there's some water on the desk. Part of it's from me spilling when filling, the other is from the barbs leaking. I didn't put any poly tape on them when they were first installed, so I went ahead and took care of that as well.

Now it's sitting, it's been sitting next to the heater for a bit to dry it all out before I fit it to the computer. I'll have to cut a bracket more then likely to get it to fit the AM3 socket. After looking at the one I have, I can't flatten the tabs enough to get the extra metal lenth I need for the pattern to match. So I'll make a template from plastic, and then trace it to a piece of plate and cut it.
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yikes .... I guess ill never understand why people fail to do routine maintenance with a cheap air compressor every month or so
If people haven't changed the oil in there car since the day they got it, something like this is plausible to me.
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If ot was from a smoker you would have smelled it before the guy even opened his door.
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