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That's just on the water chiller? Put it under the cascade!!!
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That's just on the water chiller? Put it under the cascade!!!
might not do as well. My 146 was cold bugged.
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I have my 146 CABYE 0540FPBW just sitting here. Replaced with 165 Opty....
I dunno if I should keep it or sell it or what since it's ONE DAMN FINE CHIP.
After seeing this, i dont think i wanna let it go...ever but then again...its just sitting here lookin at me
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@Ross_uk/Mastacator/noxious89123: Thank you guys!

@lessthanjake1241: 1.68V isn't that high under chiller

@Namrac: Thx dude! I don't know how CAB2E 0605 perform, but actually 06' chips look really good under standard cooling (very poor under phase ).

@Sideburns: Thx m8! Not stable, it's just a suicide shot; however, it might be possible to complete some stability tests near 3.5GHz with a single stager @-25°C or so

@hednik/Sideburns: Thx again! I'll run another chip today under cascade, but be sure that I'll give this one a try for some nice Spi runs (I love Spi after some deep OS tweaking... )

@Evolutionsentra: You're right dude, the chip is cold-bugged @340HTT near -30°C (not sure about the exact temp; in fact it might be colder because under cascade the temp is decreasing faster than shown by MBM5 so when it freezed at 3400MHz @-30°C, real temp would have been lower than that)

@n19htmare: CABYE 0540FPBW is with CABNE 0530APMW and CABYE 0528GPMW among the best steppings ever for A64 chips. BTW; not sure for CABYE 0540FPBW, but the two others are shared with FX chips.
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A little off topic, but what exactly is involved with a waterchiller? Just a regular loop, but with some sort of... refridgeration, I guess. (Sorry, not really up to speed with some of the more extreme cooling solutions. )
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A waterchiller is a regular loop as you said where the radiator is substituted by a heat exchanger / evaporator cooled down by a single stage phase change unit. An average waterchiller allows a liquid temp of about -40°C but mine is borderline retarded

Check this; there are some nice pictures.
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Results for today's benching...



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Results for today's benching...
Holy shizzle ma nizzle!!!
What memory are you running in that? My opty seems to not want to control the memory that well when overclocked. So I can't get much out of the memory.
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I think you broke the forum record...
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It seems me right, first to broke the 24s barrier at Spi1M
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