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Awsome bigblock! Love the frosty pics! Making me jealous.

I have done two sessions now one with e4400, one with e7400. Its really fun! I will wait to sub anything on LN2 until after we kick butt in novice nimble #11 biggrin.gif

If you haven't looked into it yet (probably have lol) buddy up to the welding supply salesman at your work. They should be able to hook you up with good deal on LN2 and dewar.
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Can I join the club smile.gif
First time subzero, had a lot of fun with LN2. ep45-ud3p and e4400

no turning back now, hopefully your ready to be broke and not have any family or friends, haha jk, but not really, haha
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no turning back now, hopefully your ready to be broke and not have any family or friends, haha jk, but not really, haha

Eh, we'll just drag him into the Skype chats, plenty of friends there, and we love seeing pics and hearing what people are up to smile.gif
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no turning back now, hopefully your ready to be broke and not have any family or friends, haha jk, but not really, haha

There is some truth to that I'm sure redface.gif
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There is some truth to that I'm sure redface.gif

ya it was just a play on how time, money and mind consuming it can be when you become addicted. Lately all I have been doing is working and benching, but I definitely still find time for friends and family, but definitely less than if I wasn't benching. The broke part is 100% true, haha
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ya it was just a play on how time, money and mind consuming it can be when you become addicted. Lately all I have been doing is working and benching, but I definitely still find time for friends and family, but definitely less than if I wasn't benching. The broke part is 100% true, haha

At lest your are honest not many people are smile.gif I found it funny when talking to one guy from one of the LN2 meets in Toronto when he told me that some OC people found $104.00 for a LN2 ticket for a whole weekend was to expensive and that was one of the reasons they didn't show up. The cost in our area is around $10.00 per liter if I'm not mistaken so yes I can see someone spending lots of money on the LN2 not to mention the dewars that you have to buy when you are getting into it. The time as well that's another big one I can see being a big factor because not everyone has or lives the same life style as everybody some have family's,Girlfriends,wives and so on so balancing everything would hard or harder.
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Got Ln2 for first time and put in about 20 hours total on AM2 and Z97.

Got a Phenom X5 965 BE upto 6.5GHz @full pot and Sempron 145 to 6.1GHz @full pot (motherboard limitation). And then I had some fun with my potato i5 and frozen PSC.

I had a bit of an issue with my cheapo Perfect Prime thermometer not reading below -170C (on any of the channels or thermocouples), but full pot is full pot so it wasn't really an issue.

Pictures:







In conclusion LN2 is fun on CPU, but cold mems is much more fun due to the additional difficulty (and lower 32M times)!
post #7168 of 7326
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Got Ln2 for first time and put in about 20 hours total on AM2 and Z97.

Got a Phenom X5 965 BE upto 6.5GHz @full pot and Sempron 145 to 6.1GHz @full pot (motherboard limitation). And then I had some fun with my potato i5 and frozen PSC.

I had a bit of an issue with my cheapo Perfect Prime thermometer not reading below -170C (on any of the channels or thermocouples), but full pot is full pot so it wasn't really an issue.

Pictures:







In conclusion LN2 is fun on CPU, but cold mems is much more fun due to the additional difficulty (and lower 32M times)!

Z170 OCF right?

What u used to isolate the motherboard?
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Z170 OCF right?

What u used to isolate the motherboard?

First one is a DFI mobo and the second is a z97 OCF. They went to those ugly solid gold heatsinks from the nice black and gold ones on the z77 and z87.
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Z170 OCF right?

What u used to isolate the motherboard?

For insulation it's the z97 (so already has conformal), but additionally I covered it in plasticine and then just paper towels everywhere. smile.gif
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