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http://hwbot.org/submission/2340675_the_game_superpi___1m_core_2_e8400_(3.0ghz)_7sec_219ms

http://hwbot.org/submission/2223322__mat__superpi___1m_fx_8150_10sec_687ms

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I'm not really even sure what I'm looking at, but my post was an attempt at a joke.
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I'm not really even sure what I'm looking at, but my post was an attempt at a joke.

Yep, the scores we posted were just for the the extra lulz. Moar cores for higher scores!

Higher clocks don't even help...
    
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can you put a chip in the freezer to harden the glue? when i delid again I want to try it.

I cant think of one reason it wouldnt work. Has anyone tried it?
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post


I'm not really even sure what I'm looking at, but my post was an attempt at a joke.

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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Yep, the scores we posted were just for the the extra lulz. Moar cores for higher scores!

Higher clocks don't even help...

Ours too...notice the superpi 1m run with both an 8ghz 8150 and a 6480mhz E8400...the 8400 wins! lol (I know it's x86 bla bla...it wins though)
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Ours too...notice the superpi 1m run with both an 8ghz 8150 and a 6480mhz E8400...the 8400 wins! lol (I know it's x86 bla bla...it wins though)

Ah gotcha, I do plan on rebuilding though. This time with a MVG and 3770K.
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can you put a chip in the freezer to harden the glue? when i delid again I want to try it.

I cant think of one reason it wouldnt work. Has anyone tried it?

Is this a genuine question?
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Originally Posted by Solonowarion View Post

can you put a chip in the freezer to harden the glue? when i delid again I want to try it.

I cant think of one reason it wouldnt work. Has anyone tried it?

I don't see the point, I would think after taking it out of the freezer you would get condensation.

I used this method and it only took 4 small hits and the top came off. http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post


Ours too...notice the superpi 1m run with both an 8ghz 8150 and a 6480mhz E8400...the 8400 wins! lol (I know it's x86 bla bla...it wins though)

Gotcha, too many numbers for me to look at. The sun fried me today, building a house with no shade at all on the lot, 9 hours of straight roasting, and it's only April!!! I'm drinking some beer to get hydrated, errr buzzed, whatever!
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Is this a genuine question?

Yes lol I only troll on facebook. It would be easier to tap the pcb off.
like I said I personally cant think off a reason it would be harmful.
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