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28th Nov
Size comparison between the girlfriends PC.

Choked on my cereal when i saw this pic lol
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Hahah yeah I had a great laugh at that picture, had to rearrage my desk as the V10 is too tall to fit under. Had to disconnect and move the girlfriends PC so thought id take a quick pic of the size difference.

Speaking of size differences, here the LD Cooling V10 next to the face plate of my Danger Den Double Wide Black Series 21 which just showed up!



Also as far as overclocking results ive set a lazy 5.3ghz @ 1.52v for 3dmark 11 benching as of today. Yesterday I was running 5.2 @ 1.52v as ive been tending to my gaming addiction as opposed to tuning the cpu. Running 4.8 @ 1.4v atm and having to run a game in the background to keep the evap head from hitting -50.

Not sure on a safe 24/7 limit as I dont want to get rid of or degrade this 3960x any time soon.

Here are my 3dmark 11 results:

Yesterdays post
- Passed 3dmark 11 physics test at 5.2ghz with memory on 2400 timings 9-11-11-25.

Evap head hit -42 on the physics test.. lol!!

The graphics cards passed 3dmark 11 with both cores on 1455 mhz so thought, hey.. ill go one more before dinner for epeen.

Passed at 1463/7084 and spat out a P21853. Big pic here



Todays result with single card for a local Gigabyte comp:

Just did a single card 3dmark 11 run for the Gigabyte Comp, left volts at 1.52v and upped multi to 53ghz. Passed Physics test completely fine, evap hit -42.7 deg.

Managed to pull a PB on the graphics card which I could only get 1492mhz out of before, got a 1502 run in smile.gif

Big pic here


Edited by GenoOCAU - 11/28/12 at 7:28pm
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I think this setup needs a 3970x personally smile.gif
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Nice. My 3930k under phase need 1.58v to do 5.2 frown.gif That chip is a keeper.
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What sort of frequency do you run 24/7 drift?
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I use 4.6ghz @ 1.38v under water 24/7. When benching under water I do 4.9ghz at 1.5v.
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I use 4.6ghz @ 1.38v under water 24/7. When benching under water I do 4.9ghz at 1.5v.

my friends 3930K which i personally oc'd does 4.5ghz stable at 1.35V. is it a keeper? biggrin.gif he uses it nearly 24/7 with a H100 with SP120's. kidna under water lol
 
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Oh damn, thought you used 24/7 phase drift. Might PM alatar see what he runs.
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Oh damn, thought you used 24/7 phase drift. Might PM alatar see what he runs.
Now if I may ask how come people buy these? I mean my H60 runs fine on my chip and cools it. Whats the need for these huge things?
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