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Old 26-09-2005, 03:16 PM   #97
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man a 22g large tube of ceramique is only $10 from hardlynormals which is good...

ceramique is actually better overall anyway... easier to clean off, performance is same, cheaper, and non-capacitive... might grab some when my as5 runs out (although... shouldn't need to use thermal paste for a long time...)
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Old 26-09-2005, 07:47 PM   #98
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I only ever use AS5 to mix with my epoxy , cept the last couple of inserts because I have run out of Ceramique
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Old 26-09-2005, 08:21 PM   #99
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very nice guys, great benching.
silver gaffer tape on the top of the cpu is good.
they were some nice die temps ya getting there hey.
T_M drink beer at 9:3-am is a bad sign
as5 doe work but not that good. i used it for over a year, recently got the cerment.


did you see frost on the mobo on caps n stuff?
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Old 26-09-2005, 11:17 PM   #100
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lol the beer wasnt till after lunch.
anyhow, i shall continue my story.....
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Old 26-09-2005, 11:23 PM   #101
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So next up was testing the 3200+ 0517 monster, we hoped she liked the cold
We improved (or so we think) our plastic wrapping style, although im a little dubious because we were getting trickles of condensation out the bottom of it every now and then.



And after switching her on we found that she does enjoy the wintery chill

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Old 26-09-2005, 11:31 PM   #102
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Now, strangely with the same RAM as before, we could not at any voltage get this 3200+ to play nicely at or above 3100MHz (310 x 10). It was certainly cold enough, but we didnt have a whole lot of time by now to be trouble shooting for too long. Found that after booting at say 300x10, then using Clockgen we slowly approached the 310htt mark, but as soon as we clicked on to 310 or above (well actually we did get it to 1M once at 3114MHz = 27.2sec or something) it would just freeze solid and we'd have to reset

So, we just opted for some max stability runs at what we could get at the time = 3095MHz...... and boy oh boy was it stable and loving it

8M


32M


3DMark'03


Strangley, with an extra 95MHz my 3d score did not budge above my previous best on water - we think maybe GPU bottleneck (X850XT @ 685/672)!?!?
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Old 26-09-2005, 11:34 PM   #103
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you managed to beat eva's FX at same speeds with that 32M run....how's that possible
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Old 26-09-2005, 11:36 PM   #104
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Since we'd hit some buggy wall, we decided to give the 3500+ one last thrashing for the evening, with the aim being slightly more volts and a better mount to give >3400MHz screenie-able (forgot to do a suicide on previous run).

Removing the 3200+



(photo taken outside in the dark while raining around us)
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