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Scores got me into 3rd place with my CPU only at 3.75ghz.. taking first place means I need at least 4.4ghz out of meh Q6600.. I will have a special ES chip from my Intel connection as well, to DICE on the mobo..so if at first I cant take the record with my CPU..I will do it with theirs.

We shall see how these cards like SLi.. I think I have a small chance of taking first with my vmod'd X1950pro as well.. Man i wish the mobo would hurry up and get here.
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fstfreddy made me a couple nice 77' Bonnies for a project that I haven't had time to finish. Quick turn around & pretty decent deal

PM him if you are interested.

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That sounds great actually..my brazing skills are teh suck. Meh wifey is about to get out her BFH if anymore charges show up on her account for now.. so the HC's are gonna have to wait another week 'er so.

..I really only need the HC for when the DICE pots arrive..I can use my sig'd loop for testing until I am ready for the 'frosties'. Thanks for the recommendation though. I have yet to deal with Freddy...but his craftsmanship on his CPU blocks looks incredible.. me want a stinger soo bad, but other toys are higher up on the list for now.
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Shhhhh... don't tell anyone, but somebody has a stinger for sale in the FS section

This thread, but it appears to be pending now
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Looking good CL!!! Man waiting on my DI pot is killing me, its been in transit for around 10 days now from Poland. Seems like about 10 months to me..

I bet your GS will really scream running DI, that will surely push you into 1st place for a while to come.....I've never proofed for a GPU before, I'd over do it to be safe, with a horizontal board it would be easy to flood your socket i would think. I always over do my proofing anyway, better safe then sorry, it just doesn't cost that much and it just takes a short time to do it. I always try to run my mobo for a month or so to make sure its a good one before I do it. I like that clear Dow-Corning Conformal that they have at DD, its the tube syringe type. Whodie was using a spray on kind and he said he liked it pretty well, it goes on light and even he said.

I use alot of "Liqud Tape" to seal neoprene layers and on the PCB's to and then red Permatex Hi-Temp to seal the bottoms of my sockets.

What do you think you can hit on your quad on DI?

What are you going to make you bench out of? I made mine out of a old angle iron 3 shelf grinder stand that had been setting out behind my shop for about 10 years, slapped some yellow pine 1x12's on it and painted it black, pretty she ain't, but I have a lot of room, or I did, its all filled up now..Never seems to fail, the more room I get the more junk I pile on it..

Looking forward to your build and results...
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What do you think you can hit on your quad on DI?
Hoping for at least 4.5ghz.. I can bench it at 4ghz on water..just not stable and requires a touch too much vcore.. While its not the best VID @ 1.31v ..it is stable up to ~480-490mhz FSB..hoping the 'cold' will help me with a few more mhz as well.

*Tnx for the tips on the conformal..I gotta pick up some liquid tape still..what would be the best option for clean up later..I plan on selling this whole lot off, after some hard runs on the DICE..so want everything to stay 'so fresh and so clean'.

**Uploading pics ..now.
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Hoping for at least 4.5ghz.. I can bench it at 4ghz on water..just not stable and requires a touch too much vcore.. While its not the best VID @ 1.31v ..it is stable up to ~480-490mhz FSB..hoping the 'cold' will help me with a few more mhz as well.

*Tnx for the tips on the conformal..I gotta pick up some liquid tape still..what would be the best option for clean up later..I plan on selling this whole lot off, after some hard runs on the DICE..so want everything to stay 'so fresh and so clean'.

**Uploading pics ..now.
Nice start..Thanks for the pic's!!!

The cold will let you use less v-core to reach the same clocks to. You might hit higher then 4.5..

If you want to sell it later on you can do a minimal proof on it, with DI you don't really have to proof it as much as if you were running a TEC 24/7, TEC temp's just spike up and down constantly and that causes a lot of condensation.

Some guys don't even grease the socket with DI, if your just going to bench it for a day or so at a time you might be able to get away without it, maybe, always take your chip out and blow the socket out to get any drops out when your done benching.... I got the di-electric out of a s/939 once with WD40, I just kept spraying it in the socket and let it run off down the mobo, it worked fine afterwards, but I didn't really care if it hurt it or not, if I was rying not to kill it, it probably would of..

You can just use Liquid tape on your PCB to, it peels right off when you get ready to remove it, avoid putting it over any sharp klingy type things if you can, it might not be easy to peel of those, so stay away from the ROM chip and you should be fine..

Then I've seen them use "kneadable eraser" to proof with, looks like it comes right off when your done with it....I've never used it or talked to anyone who has, I'll try to hunt up the link for you, it really looked like it would be a really easy non-detectable clean up using it.
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Wheres your darn Rep button Ira!! 'They' need to bring it back for me!

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You can just use Liquid tape on your PCB to, it peels right off when you get ready to remove it, avoid putting it over any sharp klingy type things if you can, it might not be easy to peel of those, so stay away from the ROM chip and you should be fine..
Sounds good..I got some ol' mobo's i can slather it on first to test its schticky-ness.

**Testing the Dom's out in my DQ6..just getting 'em warm, wiff 2.21v and 4-4-4-10 @ 834mhz..tRc's at 25 atm..PL7. Maybe I'll get some time to test cas3 on the X48 before the 780i arrives.. not planning on going much over 900mhz with these until then though..just testing timing ranges and voltage requirements.
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Wheres your darn Rep button Ira!! 'They' need to bring it back for US!
Fixed! Keep this pics coming!
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