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post #21 of 24
Does LN2 bench better than phase?? I am kind of getting that impression from this thread but I cant wrap my head around how -xxx degrees would be better than -xx or even -x.

Lately whenever I think of LN2 I think of a rich person paying someone to pour LN2 on their CPU while they game biggrin.gif
post #22 of 24
With the right gear, LN2 will always net you better results than phase or other cooling methods that net higher temperatures. Why? Well, I don't know the exact science behind it but the CPU itself scales with more cold, so it will clock better with 1.5v @ -180c then it will with 1.5v @ -50c. You can also safely add more voltage at lower temperatures to clock higher as well.

I don't game, I'm definitely not rich and I use LN2. tongue.gif
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Thanks @ Sin, Witchdoctor, NoL, and CL3P2O for the advice and suggestions.
Much appreciated! Will +1 when I'm at computer next.
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Does LN2 bench better than phase?? I am kind of getting that impression from this thread but I cant wrap my head around how -xxx degrees would be better than -xx or even -x.

Lately whenever I think of LN2 I think of a rich person paying someone to pour LN2 on their CPU while they game biggrin.gif

I don't intend to speak for everyone but I'm pretty sure nobody games with LN2 lol. My intention is for Benching/HWBOT only smile.gif
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