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Yay... SuperDuperPi.

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I've been struggling to get below 20 seconds in super pi... Which I just accomplished. hurray! I finally found a nice sweet spot ram speed/NB voltage on my mobo for stable overclocks over 3Ghz... now I get to have some more fun tweaking... Weeee.





~R
post #2 of 5
Congrats
Your chip could definitely take more vcore and fsb, but not with that stock hs.
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yeah nice on a stock fan for sure
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It's not totally stock.. While the fan and heatsink are, there is no way I'm gonna trust the thermal compound they use after my experience with my last p4 630 (3.0Ghz) prescott.


I applied some arctic silver and temps seam good. Under 60c at load and I'm a happy camper. But I get my refund check from the IRS today and I may pick up a new cpu cooler.

But with my HVAC background, I've been leaning towards phase change cooling since it would be very cheap due to accounts at HVAC wholesalers...
Kinda like a sams club for HVAC people, except you need to have an HVAC business to get an account. Anyone out there build their own phase change cooling?


~R
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It's not totally stock..
oh well then it sucks
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