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True, didn't realize it was that expensive down there redface.gif

I'm just saying this cause benching SB on LN2 isn't as fun as a chip that will scale when you full pot bench it, like ivy.
    
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Originally Posted by Raul SDT View Post

"get an ivy" ? I wish...
How do I acctually have to do this ? A retail 3770K cost around 500U$ and an used one cost ~U$400. I cant "get" one this easy... ):
My 2500K is a bit promissor and I have to run some benchs on it to "say goo bye" and buy my ivy. Soon I'll get an ivy. smile.gif

No need to go the Intel way though... I what you want is to see how your pot (sweet looking unit by the way) performs at the limits; just get some AMD gear (something like a used 1090T or 1100T and a cheap(ish) motherboard) and have some fun doing some "full pot" testing. biggrin.gif
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No need to go the Intel way though... I what you want is to see how your pot (sweet looking unit by the way) performs at the limits; just get some AMD gear (something like a used 1090T or 1100T and a cheap(ish) motherboard) and have some fun doing some "full pot" testing. biggrin.gif

Yep... and an 8150 if you want to see your pot really stressed...
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post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by just_nuke_em View Post

True, didn't realize it was that expensive down there redface.gif
I'm just saying this cause benching SB on LN2 isn't as fun as a chip that will scale when you full pot bench it, like ivy.
No worries, I know that sandy is not the perfect cpu to play with sub-zero cooling. But since im only overclocking with dice I see no problem to use it. Soon I'll have an ivy and the cooper version of my pot to play with LN2.

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Originally Posted by xXSebaSXx View Post

No need to go the Intel way though... I what you want is to see how your pot (sweet looking unit by the way) performs at the limits; just get some AMD gear (something like a used 1090T or 1100T and a cheap(ish) motherboard) and have some fun doing some "full pot" testing. biggrin.gif
I'm not really worried with its performance by now, th cooper version will surely be tested with an AMD cpu to see how it scales. But for now theres no need for such.

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Originally Posted by xxbassplayerxx View Post

Yep... and an 8150 if you want to see your pot really stressed...
You said it...I benched with a 8150 on ln2 with an F1EE. It was almost like if the pot had a hole where the ln2 was going out. BD is really HOT!

Pic of the session and one single result ):: (I was REALLLY low on dice...I couldn't use it in the day I bought and since today is holliday (Independece Day) here in Brazil I couldn't buy any more. Maybe tomorrow I will.



TEEEERIBLE efficiency, but counts smile.gif


PS.: The mobo wasn't insulated tongue.gif
post #45 of 49
Terrible efficiency is right... biggrin.gif I can beat that score with a 955BE at much lower speeds and on air. biggrin.gif

I may get in trouble with my team mates for this one (I'm not on the OCN team) wink.gif, but these are out in the open at other sites so might as well give you a hint or two.

Hit that Adv... button and do these:
- Affinity Locking = Unchecked
- Use Instruction Sets = Play with SSSE/2, SSSE3 and SSSE4 individually.
- Change to Custom thread set and mess around with the number of threads. hint: Just because you only have 4 cores doesn't mean you have to run 4 threads. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by xXSebaSXx View Post

Terrible efficiency is right... biggrin.gif I can beat that score with a 955BE at much lower speeds and on air. biggrin.gif
I may get in trouble with my team mates for this one (I'm not on the OCN team) wink.gif, but these are out in the open at other sites so might as well give you a hint or two.
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- Affinity Locking = Unchecked
- Use Instruction Sets = Play with SSSE/2, SSSE3 and SSSE4 individually.
- Change to Custom thread set and mess around with the number of threads. hint: Just because you only have 4 cores doesn't mean you have to run 4 threads. wink.gif

hahahhaa didn't know that it was THAT bad tongue.gif

Ty very much for the tweaks. I already knew them all, i just didn't had time to use them...As I said I was REEAALLY low on dice, that run was made with the last 100g I had left...no time for tweaks smile.gif

Maybe tomorrow I'll buy the dice and bench it properly.

Anyway, thanks for helping, Its an honor to have such great overclockers posting on "my" thread.
post #47 of 49
There are more tweaks that I can't mention here... But I'm sure you can find them here at OCN as they were found by a member here... Just use the search or ask one of the OCN team members and they can help you. I would, but I bench for a different team and it's kind of a "no-no" for me to help you guys.... wink.gif
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post #48 of 49
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Originally Posted by xXSebaSXx View Post

There are more tweaks that I can't mention here... But I'm sure you can find them here at OCN as they were found by a member here... Just use the search or ask one of the OCN team members and they can help you. I would, but I bench for a different team and it's kind of a "no-no" for me to help you guys.... wink.gif

I'll look for it wink.gif

I'm not an ocn member too mate, I just really like this place.




Great new (for me). Tomorrow I'll go to a factory that dump unused pieces of metals (mainly al) and also usinate a memory pot smile.gif
Edited by Raul SDT - 9/9/12 at 12:48pm
post #49 of 49
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Great news...I've made a new CPU pot, codname MONSTA. Somenthing really new, its a full STEEL body and a cooper base. I'll post only one foto here, the others i'll add on a new topic later...




Theres a lot to do, ill explain in the other topic wink.gif
Edited by Raul SDT - 9/10/12 at 9:17am
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