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Looks pretty crazy!
Definitely going to keep an eye out for pictures smile.gif


Got my biostar i45 setup ready to go but the board kept shutting down straight away, before the LEDs on the board even showed any codes, and I thought the PSU clicked each time, so not sure what's going on there :/
Hoping it was a bad mount, either too tight or not tight enough maybe, so removed a layer of armaflex and will give it another go tonight/tomorrow with just the eraser and some kitchen cloth.



Not quite as fancy as your setup!

be careful with your psu, my corsair ax1200 took out my gpus and mobo, I remember it made a clicking noise and I kept trying to restart and killed my gpus, switched out psu and never happened again. Lost a 780 ti kpe, 290x lightning and rive be.

You should try starting psu with paper clip, if doesnt work then you know your issue or at least narrowed down a bit.
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be careful with your psu, my corsair ax1200 took out my gpus and mobo, I remember it made a clicking noise and I kept trying to restart and killed my gpus, switched out psu and never happened again. Lost a 780 ti kpe, 290x lightning and rive be.

You should try starting psu with paper clip, if doesnt work then you know your issue or at least narrowed down a bit.
Thanks, it worked last week with an i5 setup, used it for the cheapaz chips challenge as well (didn't have the SS etc setup in time for that frown.gif )

I'll see if I can try another PSU just in case smile.gif

The s775 stuff has been sat in a box since I stopped benching properly 5 years or so ago so I'm partially expecting at least something there to be on its last legs!

Edit:
Still nothing, tried changing cpu and the same so not sure what to think, not really dealt with dead components before very much so frown.gif

Used a quick PSU tester thingy which seemed to indicate that the PSU should be fine.
Edited by GeorgeStorm - 9/17/16 at 9:11am
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Almost sounds like what my Maximus II Formula does after I shorted out the VRM's by putting the metal bracket for my cooling pot down first..... Something shorted/blown in the power section and the power supply's "click" is a safety kicking in.

Here's hoping it's something simple and not something going kaboom on the motherboard.
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Well I didn't hear/see/smell anything, but for all I know something bad happened the last time I used it (probably over 5 years ago).

Going to try completely stripping all of the eraser etc and see if I can see anything, otherwise I think I'm on the lookout for a new s775 board!
Edited by GeorgeStorm - 9/19/16 at 2:46am
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Now managed to knock a component off whilst stripping the eraser (obviously got a bit too keen!), and have since seen a clip for one of the pci slots was touching one of the solder points under the board, and so that might have been causing the problems!

It's this component in the red square (not my board), wondering if I risk trying it or try to find out what component was there and try to source one.



Also realised that for the World Tour Finals it's basically an overclocking LAN and so I'm half tempted to look at going, anyone here making the trip?
Edited by GeorgeStorm - 9/22/16 at 7:26am
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Got a really cool package today. Stay tuned for some results and videos. Took some pics with my tablet because i was excited, but going to get some better photography equipment when I get setup. Really excited to try this out. There is a software also so the temps will be controlled by my tablet. compared to first unit showed, heads are completely modular now and have more mass. Hopefully will have tank monday

will be fun to see how b-die reacts inside purge case because it should be below 0c.




LNL Cooling setup??/ Looks like what Brian had at the Harrisburg event.
    
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LNL Cooling setup??/ Looks like what Brian had at the Harrisburg event.

I saw a video about it on the overclocking-tv YouTube channel I think, I'll try to find it!

Edit: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7ulARxOF2OM
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LNL Cooling setup??/ Looks like what Brian had at the Harrisburg event.

ya it's the same one he had there. I got a sample to try and get some scores out. Just waiting for a x99 mobo and cpu and hopefully I will be able to run it soon.
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Hey guys. General LN2 question, I hope this is the right spot to ask.

I've done some CPU LN2 benching previously but am soon going to be doing CPU and GPU together. I have read this requires a lot of LN2 so I have been researching renting a tank from Airgas, probably 180L.

My question is that I see they come in many different pressures (22psi, 35psi, 50psi, 230psi) and I'm not sure which would be ideal. I will be dispensing LN2 from the large tank into a 10L dewar, then to thermoses for pouring. I assume that I want the lowest pressure possible for my uses, so the 22psi but I haven't dealt with the larger tanks in the past and any advice would be great.

Also, I noticed they come in grades (food grade, medical grade) and I assume I should just get whichever option would be cheapest, is this the right thinking?

Thanks in advance!
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Hey guys. General LN2 question, I hope this is the right spot to ask.

I've done some CPU LN2 benching previously but am soon going to be doing CPU and GPU together. I have read this requires a lot of LN2 so I have been researching renting a tank from Airgas, probably 180L.

My question is that I see they come in many different pressures (22psi, 35psi, 50psi, 230psi) and I'm not sure which would be ideal. I will be dispensing LN2 from the large tank into a 10L dewar, then to thermoses for pouring. I assume that I want the lowest pressure possible for my uses, so the 22psi but I haven't dealt with the larger tanks in the past and any advice would be great.

Also, I noticed they come in grades (food grade, medical grade) and I assume I should just get whichever option would be cheapest, is this the right thinking?

Thanks in advance!

You are going to be ahead to order 1-3 30L dewars and have them filled. You lose a lot filling dewars from larger tank like that. Not to mention you need diffusers and the hose which can easily be $200-$500 alone. Also just let airgas know you are going to be dispensing into another vessel and they will set you up with the correct pressure. Yes just get the cheapest they have.
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