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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.
HaHa..There you go....You can get the Liquid Tape in different colors to including clear, I just buy mine at Stinger Sams or Wally World and all they ever have it in is black..You know what it looks like? It comes in a yellow can with a brush cap, I'll leave you a pic, its quicker then 'splaning..

I hear ya, I like to work my ram in nice and easy when I have the time to, seems like I can get better clocks out of them for longer if I do...Good ram is getting harder to find then good chips, I've gone thorugh a bunch of ram in the past few months, including the newer thin D9GMH and the stuff just either doesn't clock very well or it dies in just a month or two or both..

Little yellow can of goodness...

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Burning in the Dominators now too..Ubuntu client is good for that..soon as they passed the MemTest and Orthos runs. *Giving the Q4 a good burn too, testing max temps with 1.6-1.65v with my loop...



I sent a PM to the 780 owner..he said he would get around to mailing it next week what an arse. I wasnt planning on having to wait for a week and a half before he even shipped out.. ..other people's kids man, i swear..
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I sent a PM to the 780 owner..he said he would get around to mailing it next week what an arse. I wasnt planning on having to wait for a week and a half before he even shipped out.. ..other people's kids man, i swear..
...They need to be beat with a stick.......Hey that will give you plenty of time to burn in your ram anyway.

Hey a week and a half isn't long, if you say it real fast....I'm the worlds worst at playing the waiting game, I'm like a little kid or something if its something I really want.
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.. Its been over 15days since I paid for an E8500... no RE: from the guy yet!! ..As for the mobo..still no update on shipping either..I hope it went out man.. these guys are getting reported for this crap. *pist*
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Updated OP #2 with new pics of the IceBox..getting test fitted with some hardware.
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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.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=201916

or you can also use this

http://gomeler.com/2007/05/14/phase-...ulation-guide/

BTW did you get your pot from Duniek too? =o)
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.. Its been over 15days since I paid for an E8500... no RE: from the guy yet!! ..As for the mobo..still no update on shipping either..I hope it went out man.. these guys are getting reported for this crap. *pist*
Yeah I don't blame you, thats one reason you don't see me buying used stuff very often..There to far away for me to get my hands on them....Hope you have it by now.

Thanks for the pic's, its looking good CL.I really like that,performance in a box..

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BTW did you get your pot from Duniek too? =o)
Yeah I did, I'm glad to its a nice one, he threw in all the foam pre-cuts, metal back-plate, mount, bolts and a piece of extra foam big enough to proof a bunch of mobo's, and I got it in only two weeks all the way from Poland..

Thanks for the links. I just proof mine with Conformal and Liquid tape and all that, I use them 24/7 with TEC so I over-kill it.
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http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=201916

or you can also use this

http://gomeler.com/2007/05/14/phase-...ulation-guide/

BTW did you get your pot from Duniek too? =o)
That's how I am going to insulate my board once I get my pot

kneaded erasers =
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That's how I am going to insulate my board once I get my pot

kneaded erasers =
kneaded eraser is supposed to be really nice


to an earlier post, I have never found grease necessary for short benching runs, grease is only needed for long 24/7 insulation such as phase or tec. Greasing a board for a short bench run is going to be a pain to clean up if you kill the board.
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I have never found grease necessary for short benching runs, grease is only needed for long 24/7 insulation such as phase or tec.
Thanks for the heads up..the less prep time required..the better

I am putting the final touches on the chilled loop this week/end..I still have to pickup the cooler I will using for the res. I just finished rearranging the internals of the DICE-box a little, to make cable lengths and tubing as short as possible..and adding a newly mod'd PSU for all of the fans, which are 24v [both 80mm and 120mm]. Full pics to come..just too busy to update now.
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