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Perth Australia sub-zero guys....

post #1 of 11
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As soon as i find another z77 mobo for a lovely 3570k ship i have here i will have a spare lga775 xfx 790i sli mobo ultra spare.... if anyone has any interest in using it for a chip they want to go subzero with so i can learn something i'll donate it... its only ever run a q9450 at 38xxMhz


prob not much interest but i threw it out there.... heard it was a good sub zero board in its day and was a bit sought after.... maybe i'm wrong though...
post #2 of 11
Fair dinkum
post #3 of 11
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Rippa beauty digga
post #4 of 11
That I know of think I might be the only sub zero bencher active in Perth biggrin.gif Big place but very little people doing ln2 here atm


Even I have little interest atm too with the cost of gear and LN2
Edited by Bullant - 11/13/16 at 4:21am
post #5 of 11
The Rampage and Gigabyte EP45T boards ruled the roost for 775 CPU benching for the most part, not many still bench that old gear anyway so it's probably more valuable on a shelf in your own home mate. Might come in handy for something someday, or you may get the urge to muck about yourself.

I live in Perth and was once an LN2 bencher but that's all mostly behind me now. It is a fun hobby, just expensive to keep up.
post #6 of 11
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Rippa beauty digga
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Originally Posted by jjjc_93 View Post

The Rampage and Gigabyte EP45T boards ruled the roost for 775 CPU benching for the most part, not many still bench that old gear anyway so it's probably more valuable on a shelf in your own home mate. Might come in handy for something someday, or you may get the urge to muck about yourself.

I live in Perth and was once an LN2 bencher but that's all mostly behind me now. It is a fun hobby, just expensive to keep up.

have i been talking to you on fb? smile.gif
post #7 of 11
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Rippa beauty digga
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Originally Posted by jjjc_93 View Post

The Rampage and Gigabyte EP45T boards ruled the roost for 775 CPU benching for the most part, not many still bench that old gear anyway so it's probably more valuable on a shelf in your own home mate. Might come in handy for something someday, or you may get the urge to muck about yourself.

I live in Perth and was once an LN2 bencher but that's all mostly behind me now. It is a fun hobby, just expensive to keep up.

have i been talking to you on fb? smile.gif
post #8 of 11
Nah I don't think so mate, must be somebody else smile.gif
post #9 of 11
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Nah I don't think so mate, must be somebody else smile.gif

Well stop quitting you fxxxxrs! Lol
post #10 of 11
Sorry to necro the thread - BUT might still be of interest to the OP I'm guessing.
Me and a mate are going sub-zero (hopefully tonight) with a 790 board and a QX9650.
NOT with pot, but I've modded my 1HP chiller, def gets to -10° and we're hoping for colder if all things going our way.

You still got that board hoarded away somewhere ???
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