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All prepped in case I still have energy tonight after fireworks.

Gonna take a break from GTX 480 frustration and give this pair of lightnings some love.



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sweet setup patch!

Loving the drink cosies for the pot

Here are a couple of pics from my last sessions.




Edited by kow_ciller - 7/4/10 at 6:52pm
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dang i really can't wait for this next week I'm going to be getting my first pot and I'm going to start with some old processors to get a routine down first and maybe get some record on some old socket A's on dice i have a duron 900, an athlon 1100, an athlon xp 2800 and if i can find it an athlon xp-m 2400

after that im going to get my e5200's under some dice and take it far i got it to 4.45 with 1.54v i bet i can take it far with al ittle tlc and a good bit of dice that and the other one i got it to 4.0 on1.45v
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Watch out with athlon XP chips and super-old hardware like that. Most of those chips would CBB around -35*C and CB around -45*C. A common thing that was done back in the way would be to mix alcohol in with acetone in order to purposely raise the point where it would freeze.

With the e5200, be prepared to hit a giant wall when you get to a certain point. Those things go well, then BAM a wall that you cant pass
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ok ill watch out for that on both what about the athlons any idea if there's a cbb/cb on those or is it the same as the xp's?
    
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Should be around the same. Not sure though, its been awhile since I've heard anyone talking about them
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ok ill watch out for that on both what about the athlons any idea if there's a cbb/cb on those or is it the same as the xp's?
i would expect a more modern chip to be better, I know I that my Q6600 is good down past -50C because I had a nice DICe run on it two weekends ago, so a more modern chip will probably be even better.
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Happy late 4'th Patch! Did you get them properly Pacherized last night....

Hey what modeling clay are you using?
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Happy late 4'th Patch! Did you get them properly Pacherized last night....

Hey what modeling clay are you using?
Nah, didn't get to benching at all until tonight. Only got a few benches in.....then I screwed with the QPI LL jumper on the R3E and only had one pin engaged.....now CPU won't boot past "CPU init". Try it again tomorrow.

I've been using Faber Castle kneadable eraser - multi colored.

Tonight's truncated benches with single card only....


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gpu clock ftw Patch..noice!
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