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Old 25-12-2007, 02:14 PM   #1
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Talking Big Mama LN2 Dewar arrival party E6850 + Gigabyte X38 + Corsair PC10K = 5.35Ghz 2D/3D

hi guys

TEAM.AU Strikes again!


i bought a s/h dewar and thought i'd give it a crack yesterday. The plan was to bench XFX 780i with tripple 8800GTX in tri-sli with QX9650 but things went bad after changing from water to LN2. After struggling with the setup for half hour on LN2 it stopped working.......after some hair dryer action etc all parts tested ok but it was time for Josh (moloko) to go and so did all the nice goodies

well that wasn't going to stop me having some fun with some of my gear :up: so i chucked together my favourite setup and went for it quickly

Can't help myself and i have to say this would be a fitting soundtrack if i had time for the youtube video edit FINAL COUNTDOWN hahaha <<loves that song and solo>>

Test Configuration:
Gigabyte X38-DQ6 DDR2 Motherboard (F3 bios)
Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 720Axxx
2GB DDR2 Corsair Dominators PC10000
Single 8800GT PCIe 2.0 512MB Graphics Card (Stock cooler)
Corsair HX620 Power Supply
Kingpin Dragon Evo 2.4 Superpot ... soon to meet younger bro F1 Extreme that santa is delivering
Big Mama 35L MVE LN2 Dewar
80GB Samsung SATA Hard Drive
Windows XP Pro 32bit


I was limited to 1.79v idle and 1.76-1.77v under load in vcore due to OVP on the mobo....gotta remove that lol but i maxed out the FSB on the chip anyways

i benched the GFX at only 700MHz core and 922-999 on RAM



BIG MAMA in the house




Did a quick 8M SuperPi (don't mind the time)




3DMARK03 run at 5.3GHz on YOUTUBE
this was the first run no tweaks and bad strap on RAM plus really loose subtimings
also auto gfx settings so result is not what i was going for
plan was to see if i can make it run 3D that high in such a short period




3DMARK05 = 27,090 points (had to submit direct but Futuremark is down atm)


AQUAMARK 3


3DMARK01 (87K pretty decent considering the GPU clocks)


1M SuperPi 9.531s @5345MHz


32M SuperPi 9m 33.061s @5350MHz




GIGABYTE BOARD SWIMMING IN WATER AND PERFORMING LIKE A TRUE CHAMP





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Old 25-12-2007, 02:42 PM   #2
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Re: Big Mama LN2 Dewar arrival party E6850 + Gigabyte X38 + Corsair PC10K = 5.35Ghz 2

Awesome stuff Dinos, just the thread to kick me in the backside to get moving with my monster benching marathon Might try a E6850 in my Gigabyte X38-DQ6 to see if it can boot up properly - hope my X38-DQ6 isn't down for the count still heh

What's the full batch details on E6850 again L720A??? ?

what did the wife think of the dewar purchase ?

Shame about triple-SLI issues
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Old 25-12-2007, 02:51 PM   #3
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Amazing that the board still works with all that water on it!
Impressive pi times to, im sure you will be getting a 8800GTS 512mb soon enough to ey? =D looking fawd to that tri-sli rig if you ever get it working.

godly luck.
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Old 25-12-2007, 08:59 PM   #4
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Great work as always

Wish you had my E6750 as well to make it scream on LN2
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Old 25-12-2007, 09:58 PM   #5
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thanks guys

this dewar is amazing

i left it alone for 24 hours to see what the evaporation rate is
maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan...i don't think anything left the tank at all
me=happy
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Old 25-12-2007, 10:16 PM   #6
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Re: Big Mama LN2 Dewar arrival party E6850 + Gigabyte X38 + Corsair PC10K = 5.35Ghz 2

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thanks guys

this dewar is amazing

i left it alone for 24 hours to see what the evaporation rate is
maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan...i don't think anything left the tank at all
me=happy
Where did you obtain it? =P
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Old 25-12-2007, 11:07 PM   #7
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Vet Clinic was selling one of their old sperm dewars
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Old 25-12-2007, 11:55 PM   #8
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Sure sure =P
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