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Oh I bet, I've not run them either and I'm not really looking forward to it either.....W/Prime to I need to do some runs and Aquamark and all that. I've always just focused on CPU-Z and SPI 1M, I've got to do all this other for the points I guess.

Hey this dice has me wanting to set my s/939 Opty rig back up, I still have a KACE 3700SD I've not clocked yet to.

I dont run 32bit OS..so no AM3 for me ..Vista is my next OS purchase, to get me some Vantage scores with my GPU's.

..As for your 939 rig.. I say dooo iitt !! Check out the hwbot postings for your CPU.. I bet you can take more than a few trophies for them. *OCN neeeds your points*

*did mod for MEMv on the GS's today..these Samsung IC's on the EVGA GPU's will do 1200mhz with good cooling..I got some of 'that' around here somewheres.. Hoping for some nice increases in scores..now going for 20k, single GPU in 3d 06'..got ~2400 points to go.., but hey, its not impossible.

pic of one of the mods..still drying [gosh this camera is 'teh suk']
post #102 of 109
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...almost forgot..


I need help designing a medium size res [maybe 2Qt capacity total] that is sealed and has both a pressure gauge and purge valve built into it.

The purpose of this, is going to be, averting total pump lock-up from pressure drop in my chiller, when the acetone in the loop starts condensing...hence the amount of fluid needed in the res. Ideally, when the DICE is added to my slush-box, and temps start going down, I will be able to read negative pressure on the gauge, and purge the res and loop of pressure, allowing more fluid from the res, to enter the loop.... at the end of bench runs, after shutting down, I will be able to read positive pressure, from the acetone warming and expanding...and purge the loop and res again.

Doing this will also allow my loop to stay full and free of air, during and after bench runs.


....any suggestions?
post #103 of 109
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...almost forgot..


I need help designing a medium size res [maybe 2Qt capacity total] that is sealed and has both a pressure gauge and purge valve built into it.

The purpose of this, is going to be, averting total pump lock-up from pressure drop in my chiller, when the acetone in the loop starts condensing...hence the amount of fluid needed in the res. Ideally, when the DICE is added to my slush-box, and temps start going down, I will be able to read negative pressure on the gauge, and purge the res and loop of pressure, allowing more fluid from the res, to enter the loop.... at the end of bench runs, after shutting down, I will be able to read positive pressure, from the acetone warming and expanding...and purge the loop and res again.

Doing this will also allow my loop to stay full and free of air, during and after bench runs.


....any suggestions?
Why not just run your loop open? Or do you think the pressure will push out the acetone when it starts freezing?

McMaster has a lot of gauges, I bet you can find a good one there.I get my little Ashton 0-15psi there..McMaster-Carr

Some kind of Pyrex flask would be a decent container I would think. Either that or a thicker gauge of brass sheet soldered together.

These separatory funnels would be a cool one, if they can handle the temp's and pressure,with a little modding, you can get bigger ones...Separatory Funnel, 1000ml
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Why not just run your loop open? Or do you think the pressure will push out the acetone when it starts freezing?
Open..you mean, like leaving the cap off the Tline..?

..and the Acetone starts condensing when it hits like -15c...from there to -40c, I have to add ~2 cups of acetone to the loop, to keep the fluid level the same, as temps drop..so when it warms.. I have to purge off some of the residual.

..I am thinking of something more along the lines of a Heineken mini keg.. with a threaded pressure gauge and manual purge valve on the top + 2x 1/2" nipp's for easy connections..

*it just came to me, after reading your post* ..tnx again Ira
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Hey a mini-keg would be cool....I like that. If you could find a real low pressure pop-off valve you could automate that part of it at least, U pipe it around keeping it above the top of the keg level and just put a hose on it going into a container.
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^^^ great minds think alike I guess.. did you look at the diagram in my head before posting 'er what ..kinda spooky Ira..kinda spooky..


Its going to be a 'minute' before I get into the production of that.. right now, I am finishing mods on 7x GPU's for a OCN members farm. Dual-slot 9600GSO's.. I kinda like 'em... wish I could get my hands on a Rev2.2 dual-slot.. 3x power phases for a little GSO = oodles of core speed.. maybe even surpassing meh SC editions..

..anyhow.. too much going on.. have a peek...




post #107 of 109
Man thats a box full of goodies going on there. I need to pick up a decent card that will keep up with my 8600, might be able to get some decent 04 and 05's if I did.

Still haven't gotten the internet to work in my benching disc's, all I was thinking about was CPU-Z and SPI when I stripped them out..

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^^^ great minds think alike I guess.. did you look at the diagram in my head before posting 'er what ..kinda spooky Ira..kinda spooky..
Thats really the most common sense way of doing it I guess, that and it would be less work..
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hey cl3 are the ones that you have the rev2.2?
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nah.. Rev# 1.2's.. you got a couple of really good cores though, with slightly lower GPUv than the rest, and batch codes similar to my SC edition cores.

*I am prepping a spreadsheet to include with the GPU's, with info on the cores, stock resistance values [and voltages] as well as set GPUv. It will also include the batch#'s and production codes.
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