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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 04-20-2012, 06:26 AM - Thread Starter
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Definitely a good idea, can be difficult benching with the wrong pot for the job especially when managing cb/cbb's. The right pot will give you an edge on both dice and ln2 redface.gif https://www.overclock.net/t/1171484/ocn-marksman-v1-cpu-pot/80#post_16007112
In regards to learning, can you get yourself to the toronto event? I think we are going to try and do some ln2 lessons like we did at the Cambridge event if possible ( which as a learning experience was brilliant ). There really is no substitute for learning some of the ins and outs from experienced benchers there and then. Never seen so many people going from not knowing a thing about ln2 benching to benching cpu and gpu cold in a weekend. redface.gif

i would looovvveeee to go
i just don't have the cash to dish out for a trip like that right now.
do you know of any other events that are going in sometime soon that may be closer to me?

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i would looovvveeee to go
i just don't have the cash to dish out for a trip like that right now.
do you know of any other events that are going in sometime soon that may be closer to me?

Nothing I know of anytime soon but I know Bassplayer is trying to get a job in your general area so he could help you with Sub Zero cooling "If" he gets one.

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There aren't any frown.gif Well.. nothing planned. https://www.overclock.net/t/1194935/ocn-ln2-events-every-month

Maybe the Michigan boys can plan something for July? biggrin.gif

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There aren't any frown.gif Well.. nothing planned. https://www.overclock.net/t/1194935/ocn-ln2-events-every-month
Maybe the Michigan boys can plan something for July? biggrin.gif

 

I like the sound of that.  I'd be down for a July event.




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Maybe the Michigan boys can plan something for July? biggrin.gif
I'd be able to go to that. Going to Toronto just got too expensive redface.gif

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I'd be able to go to that. Going to Toronto just got too expensive redface.gif

yea i may be able to make something like that as well
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July is a bit to soon for me but maybe August or Sept would work. I will start putting some thought into it.
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hey guys,
i just thought of something else.

you guys have any tips on the warm up process?
i don't want water getting everywhere when i'm done benching and am curious as to what you veterans do.

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I stick mine in front of an electric heater, scoot has a handwarmer thing, k404 puts everything in the oven lol. Just make sure it's properly dry before powering on again.

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I stick mine in front of an electric heater, scoot has a handwarmer thing, k404 puts everything in the oven lol. Just make sure it's properly dry before powering on again.

so do you generally get everything wet?
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