Super Pi 32M 4Ghz efficiency thread

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by sskmercer, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. robbo2

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    Yeah I know man, but every time I have troubles with moisture on the bottom of the board when I do that. Too much humidity :(
     
  2. gazza30

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    Always bench with the a/c on doesn't need to be to frosty just helps suck the moisture out of the air. Sometimes up here 30-40 mins and the board is flooded without it.
     
  3. robbo2

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    AC isn't really an option lol. Place only has a little box AC thing that doesn't cool down the room I bench in at all.
     
  4. Bullants

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    Yeah my bench room has no AC is quite warm in the summer
     
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    Yeah Ney Pro works really well with dice due to a good depth but you'll want to use as little acetone as possible and I had no problems holding my Sammy's at -20c just had to put in a few pellets in at a time once it had reached temp
     
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    I just bought 13.2kW of new AC for my house...... none of it for the room my computer lives in. :upset:
     
  7. gazza30

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    it may help enough just to remove some moisture from the air :thumbup:

    30'c + up here today with 90% humidity I wouldn't dare go cold without the a/c on these days, learnt the hard way a few times :Paranoid:
     
  8. Bullants

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    This should be fun ,just spent couple hours testing X99 and some ddr4 memory,windows 7 64 and lots of unwanted stuff still on in bios,
    Cl11 3400 @ 1.35v all air,heaps to keep trying also different bios rls,iols :)

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  9. robbo2

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    My bad image upload again dude aha

    You try right click view image ahaha ,well ill tell you what pic says and you can just take my word for it

    3400hz cl6-10-6 -200 twcl 6 :p
     
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    This actually made me laugh out loud. :lol:
     
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    Is that with Festers sticks or the Panram's. Still awesome to see mate, that champion seems be quite good.
     
  13. Bullants

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    Yeah I still need to test the panram sticks haven't had a chance yet,glad you liked it as I've already been told to run xp bigger uncore less cores ahaha,I thought some people would know me better :)

    Prob next get bagged about my 63 rtls :p

    More to come,I do like the platform and board
     
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  14. gazza30

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    Kicking X99 off quick play with Gskill 3000 kit no Wazza yet just started at xmp added a bit of freq and tightened things up a little.

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    Thought I had a SS with Timing Configurator add later if I find it
     
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  15. Bullants

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    Nice start Gaz :thumbup:
     
  16. robbo2

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    Great work bully and Gaz
     
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    Nice start Gaz and thanks Bully for the DICE tips above, I had skipped all over that DOH!
     
  18. Bullants

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    Yeah man in my testing of mainly PSC and some mfr a little cold can really help,PSC will respond with anything dropping 10c you'll see a difference.
     
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    thought i posted these here from my initial test last year

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    dinos22 - 5:55.922 - 50x100 - 1667MHz - 9-12-14-13-246-1 - GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion - G.Skill 3200MHz 4x4GB/Hynix Single Sided - 1.82v - all LN2

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    dinos22 - 7:17.203 - 50x100 - 1667MHz - 9-12-14-13-248-1 - GIGABYTE X99 SOC Champion - G.Skill 3200MHz 4x4GB/Hynix Single Sided - 1.82v - all LN2

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  20. Bullants

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    Nice Dino ,I was able to do 4.8ghz on uncore last night on xtu it did restrict my CPU a little but mite be ok for low clock
     

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