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How do you clean the vaseline away rom the motherboard when finished with the overclock Patch? hot water only ?
Alcohol for quick wipe off and acetone for more rigorous cleaning. The only thing I ever really clean off is the CPU heatsink, though. They are just benching boards, and since no company gives me free products my stuff doesn't need to look pretty in pictures.

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I will join you guys when i get different benching hardware, i just have a hard time putting my classy under dice.
Killa, Killa, Killa.....you're looking at it all wrong. You should be having a hard time justifying not putting your classy under DICE. That's what it's made for and, frankly, it's kind of mad at you for denying its heritage.

Edit: nvm what I just wrote. Overclocking is dangerous to your hardware. You shouldn't do it. And if you do, don't blame me if it breaks. I warned you.
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Thanks Patch ! I get my second nr 5870 today or tomorrow, can't wait! <3
    
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LOL

I need to gather up some funds for my spring break to put together another DICE-off event in my garage with fellow OCN members from the area
That really sounds like fun! Get me a plane ticket!

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How do you clean the vaseline away rom the motherboard when finished with the overclock Patch? hot water only ?
I doubt he's cleaning them much..Patch don't use those benching motherboards for his 24/7 unlike you. So he don't care a **** how they look, as long they work.
But if you want to clean a Vaseline/dielectric greased board, you probably wash them in water and whip with some alcohol..

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I will join you guys when i get different benching hardware, i just have a hard time putting my classy under dice.
Other hardware! You got a Classified made for benching, I'm throwing mine under. The thrill of overclocking is really worth the risk. Anyway, those boards got lifetime warranty, and if you go with my insulation guide and drop the nail polish, you can't even see that the board has been under the bench.

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Alcohol for quick wipe off and acetone for more rigorous cleaning. The only thing I ever really clean off is the CPU heatsink, though. They are just benching boards, and since no company gives me free products my stuff doesn't need to look pretty in pictures.
I was pretty much thinking the same..But you won't have any problem with condensation.



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Killa, Killa, Killa.....you're looking at it all wrong. You should be having a hard time justifying not putting your classy under DICE. That's what it's made for and, frankly, it's kind of mad at you for denying its heritage.

Go for it

Edit: nvm what I just wrote. Overclocking is dangerous to your hardware. You shouldn't do it. And if you do, don't blame me if it breaks. I warned you.
Oh nose don't do it!

Hahaha, I love the way overclockers tell others that it's dangerous and could kill your hardware

I've not been very kind to my hardware, good amount of voltage under water and air cooling... I pretty much give a crap what people are saying about safe voltage...if you don't try no gain
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You shouldn't need any grease in the socket if it's going to be a benching session.
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Just bought my self an e8600 to be paired up to a Maximus II formula, under dice Getting dice pot from Bartx.
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Just bought my self an e8600 to be paired up to a Maximus II formula, under dice Getting dice pot from Bartx.
That is going to be fun! I want a golden E8600 myself, it looks really fun to overclock them.
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You shouldn't need any grease in the socket if it's going to be a benching session.
If I did my LN2/DICE sessions in big blocks I wouldn't grease the socket, but I can only bench in little spurts througout the week.

I started doing it after trying to fire up my commando once without realizing the socket pins were swimming in water.

With this method, I can bench on and off for weeks without having to break things down.

I also still get a little Tom Sawyerish joy from intentionally squirting stuff into the socket. It seems so taboo.......
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If I did my LN2/DICE sessions in big blocks I wouldn't grease the socket, but I can only bench in little spurts througout the week.

I started doing it after trying to fire up my commando once without realizing the socket pins were swimming in water.

With this method, I can bench on and off for weeks without having to break things down.

I also still get a little Tom Sawyerish joy from intentionally squirting stuff into the socket. It seems so taboo.......
haha I know this feeling , my first DICE session sketched me out when I started smearing vaseline into my PCI-E, now my GPUs come out slimey when I swap them
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I'm starting to like the Vaseline insulation.. thinking of using it at my Commando. Nail polished my OCZ Flex ram PCB, going to put some sub-zero water cooling on them. So probably need to insulate with Vaseline into the ram slot
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That really sounds like fun! Get me a plane ticket!
It's something that I started doing last year with three other OCN members, they mostly just watched me bench with DICE. This year I hope to get them to bring their rigs for some benching, even if they are not going to try to break records, the least they could do is bring their rigs to a new stable 24/7 OC
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If I did my LN2/DICE sessions in big blocks I wouldn't grease the socket, but I can only bench in little spurts througout the week.

I started doing it after trying to fire up my commando once without realizing the socket pins were swimming in water.

With this method, I can bench on and off for weeks without having to break things down.

I also still get a little Tom Sawyerish joy from intentionally squirting stuff into the socket. It seems so taboo.......


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