Hi all, 2 things
A: Does it make any difference to know the temp of your CPU/Pot if you know its below -50*C when benching on DICE? I have a cheap thermometer that can only go to -50, then just shows a 'L'. For now will i have any advantage in know the actual temps? I am planning to get a bigger PSU (corsair AX1200) and that will kinda bankrupt me and i dont really want to shell out more for a better thermometer just quite yet. But i do need the PSU, When at 5Ghz, I ran Aquamark(a little local comp here in SA) and my PSU started whining, guessing my CPU was using about 350-400W and then everything else. So i need the PSU and am going for 1200 so that i have alot of headroom for l2n when i go there (hopefully soon).
B: Can i join
This was my first DICE run, I actually did a second one yesterday and the setup was waayy neater
, but so we learn right
PS: notice the cheap red temp sensor with the nice 'L'
It does start working though at -50*C, forgot to add some more ice briefly yesterday and suddenly i saw the temp say -48 and was like wwwaaa, grab the ice :0
Edited by SystemTech - 1/23/11 at 9:25pm