Originally Posted by EpicAMDGamer
What would one of those 352's do on chilled water (~0C Idle)?
I guess if you were lucky you might be able to push very close to 6ghz with enough volts.
But I dunno, I haven't used a 352 with anything other than phase or better.
Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle
Nice...phase I'm guessing?
Needs DICE/LN2 and moar volts.
yeah phase. Might do LN2 in the future.
I need at least a pencil mod for vdroop first though.
Originally Posted by stubass
Well, In Ron's infinite wisdom and his great help via PM's.. We decided for my first DICE run to practice on an AMD board and a sempron 145 which i still have to get. Kinda figured even tho DICE no good for AMD that if i kill this board, it is better than killing a hard to come by x48 REX I have.
OK, so i have been applying eraser over the last hour and thought i would check in and ask a few Q's
Apart from completing the sck area once i get the chip, should i go around the NB heatsink and the VRM heatsink as well??
I am going to push some more eraser between the caps tho should i fully cover them or just fill in the gaps??
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I'd go a couple of cm in each direction with the eraser and after that add more (thicker layer) close to the socket so that once you install the chip you can cover everything else that isn't the top of the IHS.
Then after that use lots of paper towels and armaflex if you have any etc. Should be just fine for DICE.
And yeah, don't underestimate insulating the backside of the board. Depending on where you're benching I'd also possibly lay the board on top of a thick layer of paper towels when you're using it so that those can catch condensation.