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I don't know about america but I have never heard about welders using liquid nitrogen. tongue.gif


Hell I have never seen it in person. It is also possible that LN2 is regulated here harshy or whatever since I only see mention of industrial usages, food prep and medicine related.

I was actually really surprised how easy it was to get. I thought i would have to sign a release form or something but as long as you are over 20 you can get it in america easy. A lot of people use welding supply companies but it's funny that welders don't really use it. I wish you luck and hope you find it.
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Sadly, I'm not apart of the club yet due to it always being out of stock, but have any of you actually seen a large performance gain? With the over clocks you're reaching or is it how linus (linustechtips) only got a 2 fps boost?
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I have posted gaming benchmarks in here and they are well over 20-30 FPS higher than the most recent reference 780Ti SLI configurations I could find. Don't go by his review honestly!
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...ohhespeaksfrench

I don't know a single word of french tongue.gif
You could try English you know... lol
Unless you are an hater of french speaking belgium (I know it's kinda the war between the wallonie and flandre, but you can put this apart for computer science, don't you)
I believe I've posted the FB link previously, here's the website.
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Sadly, I'm not apart of the club yet due to it always being out of stock, but have any of you actually seen a large performance gain? With the over clocks you're reaching or is it how linus (linustechtips) only got a 2 fps boost?

this card is an absolute monster and if you have a chance to get one I would. You will have a lot of fun with it. For watercooling the ti classy is really amazing also so you have to decide what your priorities are. But I am in love with my kingpins and wouldn't trade them for anything.
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Geggeg what kind of clocks were you running? And if you can link me to the page you out the bench's I'd appreciate it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

You could try English you know... lol
Unless you are an hater of french speaking belgium (I know it's kinda the war between the wallonie and flandre, but you can put this apart for computer science, don't you)
I believe I've posted the FB link previously, here's the website.

I HAAAAAAAATEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HTEEEEEEEM

nah not really. its more that I just really really suck at french. I have always been horrible at it. no matter what.

I send them a message on facebook. hope they will reply...in english tongue.gif
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Geggeg what kind of clocks were you running? And if you can link me to the page you out the bench's I'd appreciate it smile.gif

See my quoted post below:
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These game numbers are just based on my max game stable overclocks from Precision-X, stock LN2 bios at +75 volts since I don't want to use the Classified Tool for 24/7 usage so the clocks are 1320 core/1725 memory. These are pretty high even compared to reference overclocked 780 Ti cards so I am pretty happy here, but that poor, poor memory is not making me win any benchmarks.

1) Bioshock Infinite: 1080p, ultra- 189 fps average
2) Bioshock Infinite: 1440p, ultra- 157.5 fps average
3) Star Swarm on Dx3d: 47.6 fps average (No SLI on this yet, and I personally believe they have purposely gimped performance on Nvidia cards)
4) Batman: Arkham Origins: 1080p, highest settings possible everywhere other than with no PhysX to make it fair for AMD users- 347 fps average
5) Batman: Arkham Origins: 1440p, highest settings possible everywhere other than with no PhysX to make it fair for AMD users- 269 fps average
6) Saints Row 4: 1080p, ultra- 195 fps average
7) Saints Row 4: 1440p, ultra- 137 fps average
8) Far Cry 3: 1440p, ultra- 118 fps average
9) Tomb Raider: 1080p, ultra - 305.7 fps average
10) Tomb Raider: 1440p, ultra - 203.8 fps average

This was before I flashed on the new skyn3t BIOS and I got a further improvement of ~5% with more stable clocks on it. These were also on the previous WHQL drivers so I would imagine the newest WHQL driver might well be even better. I also ran the Resident Evil 6 benchmark tool at 1080p for a score of 22642, if that helps.

Edit: Far Cry 3 was the bottleneck to my clocks, all other games were stable at higher clocks iirc
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is there anyone around here from long island that has a cpu pot and is free this weekend. Or maybe wants to rent theres out.
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is there anyone around here from long island that has a cpu pot and is free this weekend. Or maybe wants to rent theres out.

This guy's hooked biggrin.gif

Soon you'll be buying only benching gear and none of that fancy water stuff for daily.
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