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Nice!
I've always liked the look of the card's PCB all covered in ice & snow.

I've had enough to make a summer snowball with a frozen gtx 275

wow that's insane. I'm guessing because my house was about -10c at the time that a lot didn't build up. there was no humidity. i went thru 75L .

that the greatest pic ever.
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How long did that take? lol
 
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my kingpin is taking a beaten. finally got my cpu pot up and running this weekend.
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...I digress, but that pot looks great for chilling Vodka also, may be after you run out of LN2...tongue.gif
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my kingpin is taking a beaten. finally got my cpu pot up and running this weekend. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)















after this I can really tell you you not the same haha. nice and frosted GPU man. nicely and done.

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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Nice!
I've always liked the look of the card's PCB all covered in ice & snow.

I've had enough to make a summer snowball with a frozen gtx 275 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

wow that's a serious build up, how much was that 250 Ltr's tongue.gif
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...I digress, but that pot looks great for chilling Vodka also, may be after you run out of LN2...tongue.gif

you bet. haha
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Hey guys I posted some results in the LN2 cooling section and also updated so scores.

Wasn't able to hit 1800mhz core yet but came close. Only -70c or so on the core prob need to insulate memory better. Card is a beast when it comes to core but still figuring the memory overclock and bios

http://www.overclock.net/t/612816/frozen-path-sub-zero-cooling-club/3120_20#post_21889105
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I can boot into windows just fine on both BIOS, but Windows gives me a Code 43 saying the second 780 Ti is not working correctly and has disabled it. So Nvidia Control Panel or Precision-X can't even see the 2nd KPE while GPU-z still can. The indicator lights on both cards work as well so I am thinking it may not be a hardware error.

Can you re-enable in the control panel?
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Not in Windows and the Nvidia control panel think I only have one KPE installed. So I have been running single card benchmarks (albeit at PCI-E 8x) in the meantime. But tomorrow I will have to figure out something else I dismantle the loop. Good thing I put in quick disconnects everywhere around the GPUs.
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...just did a quick scan and not sure if this has been posted yet; nice read: http://hwbot.org/news/10437_an_interview_with_kngpn
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my kingpin is taking a beaten. finally got my cpu pot up and running this weekend.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)















Awesome pics, man. Thanks for sharing.
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...just did a quick scan and not sure if this has been posted yet; nice read: http://hwbot.org/news/10437_an_interview_with_kngpn

Yeah I gave that a read as well. Not bad at all and I can see why he wants to retire possibly. Living in Taiwan and surrounded by ln2 must be cool though smile.gif. I ended up buying one of these cards earlier today from EVGA, not sure if I'll venture into crazy jungle juice cooling but I'll put it through it's paces with water. Wish I had more EVGA bucks but $30 more then a regular ti classy isn't bad.

I think all those pics szeged took on the EVGA forum made me buy it. thumb.gif
Edited by Shogon - 3/3/14 at 11:23pm
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