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So am I to understand that only people who agree with the premise or topic of a thread are allowed to respond??? rolleyes.gif I don't find extreme OCing to be a legitimate exercise in computing. Just my opinion and certainly doesn't mean I shouldn't be here on OCN unless we are going to change the name of the forum to EOCN. Obviously not everybody likes folding, or water cooling, or high-res monitors, or whatever but that doesn't mean they aren't allowed to express their opinions. This is a discussion forum people; not everybody likes the same things...

Fair enough, but you don't see any of these people coming into the water cooling forum pointing out that discussing water dye colors ad nauseum is lame. biggrin.gif

All I know is: whatever cereal you prefer, I'm sure you don't like people crapping in it. thumb.gif
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post #72 of 179
Okay guys take it easy in here.
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Actually, it isn't even close to drag racing. Trust me, I take my 2003 Mercury Marauder that I stroked out to a 5.0 and put a 12 psi blower on down to the track a couple times a month and race. It ain't even close to this.

I have a custom PC that I've tuned (custom case, OC, watercooling etc.) and when I feel like it I go and buy some DICE/(maybe LN2 in the future, need a dewar) and bench the thing. When I'm done I just go back to normal 24/7 use.

I really don't see how it's different. Obviously you have different levels of benching and drag racing. You can break hardware with both and neither are really relevant for normal use. I really don't see the difference.
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This is what you get for extreme overclocking lachen.gif

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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

So am I to understand that only people who agree with the premise or topic of a thread are allowed to respond??? rolleyes.gif I don't find extreme OCing to be a legitimate exercise in computing. Just my opinion and certainly doesn't mean I shouldn't be here on OCN unless we are going to change the name of the forum to EOCN. Obviously not everybody likes folding, or water cooling, or high-res monitors, or whatever but that doesn't mean they aren't allowed to express their opinions. This is a discussion forum people; not everybody likes the same things...

Yes but you don't go to a folding thread and say that folding is stupid. And you don't go to a watercooling thread and say watercooling is stupid. If you have a legit argument as to why it's pointless you can present that but if the point is just to say that it's lame in your opinion then that is actually pretty lame.

You're allowed to have opinions and present them. Just don't do any thread crapping while you're at it.
 
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Impressive is impressive.

It is a 1st guys, a 1st...they push a piece of hardware to do 2x what it was validated for before launch.
Done by ppl that work in the industry will actually funnel this knowledge to increase RL applications and overclocking potential.
It is in some ways research, just like extreme racing is: you draw something/lay a plan, you prototype it, you do some testing, you study the results, then rinse and repeat. It is applied science.

Ppl believed that doing 100km/h in a car would pop your eyes out of your sockets. Some crazy hobbyists did it, and kept pushing past 1000km/h.
The latter is impractical for daily driver, but without some of those hobbyists driving as safe as we do today @ 100km/60mph would not be possible.

Ofc it is short and unexciting for some...some ppl like drag racing, some ppl like tractor pulling, some ppl like Nascar and there are others that would say that it is F-1 or nothing.
Some would say that the 100m runners are not "good enough" because they cannot maintain their speed for long enough, and in some ways they are true: if you count "fast" as average km/h throughout a day, a long distance runner is probably much faster than Bolt who does 100m in 10 sec and then rests for an hour.
You are impressed by the guy that benches 400lbs for 10 reps, another cares only for the weight lifting dude that pulls 3.5 times his weight over his head in Zete.

The top-fuel dragster will need an engine rebuild covering far less distance than a single lap in other closed circuit racing sports. Myself I'm far more fond of F1 and WRC than any short of 1/4 mile stuff, but I cannot nullify the serious work and LOVE these ppl put into their machines. It takes a certain passion to be repeatedly "the best" in pretty much anything that more than a handful of ppl are competing against. Some stuff require a LOT of passion, as obviously are crazy boring or pointless for the average viewer to "connect" with, but w/e rocks their boat...

It reminds me of a certain dirty joke were a guy was claiming holding the world record for being with the most women in one "session":
"Pff, big deal, a single insertion is not enough to constitute the "job being done" - said a disputer.
"Really? Have it done to you once, and then prove you weren't...."
Edited by pcfoo - 10/3/12 at 12:56pm
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post #74 of 179
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It's like drag racing. People do it because it's a nice hobby and it's competitive if you want. Pushing hardware also helps bring out better hardware for enthusiasts. For example you wouldn't be running that RIVE without shamino who was with these guys.
Besides, where do you draw the line? Is my Phase change setup at -45C cheating? Would a cascade system that sounds like a jet engine at -115C be cheating? Is watercooling cheating because it also needs new water every now and then? Is a 1000L tank of LN2 with a hose to apply the LN2 to a pot for a week cheating? Is putting your rad outside of the window during winter cheating?

I think there should be a new style of overclocking, it goes like this:

NO COOLING, no heatsinks, fans, anything!

get a temp monitor and point it at the cpu

see who can get the highest temp on their cpu for longest before it catches fire.
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Highest temperature be for crash sounds awesome.
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I think there should be a new style of overclocking, it goes like this:
NO COOLING, no heatsinks, fans, anything!
get a temp monitor and point it at the cpu
see who can get the highest temp on their cpu for longest before it catches fire.

brb moving to antarctica
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I think there should be a new style of overclocking, it goes like this:
NO COOLING, no heatsinks, fans, anything!
get a temp monitor and point it at the cpu
see who can get the highest temp on their cpu for longest before it catches fire.

Tests conducted in Antartica?
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Tests conducted in Antartica?

That's cheating! wink.giftongue.gif

Btw, who remembers those poor AMD Thunderbirds they were frying removing the HS while Quake was running? biggrin.gif
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ASUS vs GIGABYTE vs ASROCK
We need a live coverage TV show to settle this for once and for all.

Of course, just leave out MSI even though they're the ones who certify their boards for overclocking (MPower)
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Nice.
Now keep that speed 24/7 for a MONTH and Fold with it. rolleyes.gif
On a single core? That wouldn't be very effective, as four slow cores will crunch way more data then one fast core.
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