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Old 06-01-2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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Talking [Team.AU] AMD SuperPi W.R. with Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5 + Corsair Dominators 2250




I had a few sessions with AMD now since F1OC thread > http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=242063 and throught i'd fire it up once more to use some left over LN2 and see what i can do about a new challenge from Gyrock-san :up:

tightened the subs, increased the clocks and she was flyin' to a new 1M SuperPi AMD W.R.

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  • GIGABYTE 790FXTA-UD5 F2 official bios
  • AMD X4 965 Black Edition C3 week 44 retail
  • Thermolab custom gold "dinos22" CPU pot
  • Corsair Dominator GTX 2250 DDR3 2GB modules (940MHz 6-6-6-18T-1T 1.7vdimm)
  • PCIe nvidia 8400GS
  • 1200W Antec Quattro OC Edition PSU
  • 300GB Velociraptor
  • Windows 2003 Server 110MB ISO Superlight




setup photo from previous session heh



32M will have to wait as both my pots for some reason cant hold the temps to even to 6.45GHz runs... beats me heh ....times look great even at 6.52GHz

i installed the second probe on CPU IHS.....very useful info and in fact thats all i was looking at throught the bench session.... ..........i've noticed a point at which i get the crashes..........my IHS temp was -173.9-174.4C idle and it drops to low -173C for Pi..............................at some point it will drop hard by to -172C to -171.5C and crash...........happened even in 1M at times.........but mainly 32M sometimes at start and sometimes down to loop 5.....bottom of pot was at -187.4C idle and -186.5C load in Pi

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Old 06-01-2010, 06:47 PM   #2
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That is wild mate, good job indeed! Loving that pot!
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Old 06-01-2010, 06:54 PM   #3
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congrats dino! Is that +170C on IHS ? or -170C

Did you use ceramique TIM ? Maybe try what someone did with Indigo Extreme TIM pad for a bit colder temps ?
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Old 06-01-2010, 08:29 PM   #4
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hey guys thanks

whats Indigo extreme eva? i was talking negatives yeah at the IHS....
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new but more expensive TIM beating out MX-2, MX-3, Shin Etsu X23-7783D, and IC Diamond http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...indigo+extreme



Can't remember who on XS forums they used Indigo Extreme for LN2 Phenom II sub zero and gained some mhz due to better temps and TIM mating.

The Indigo Xtreme TIM is, frankly, a totally different TIM compared to what computer enthusiasts are accustomed to. It's not a ceramic paste, it's not a metallic paste, it's not a metallic paint, it's not a liquid metal, it's not a metal pad, it's....something very different. The makers of Indigo Xtreme say it best: "Indigo Xtreme™ is a self-contained and sealed structure, deploying a Phase Change Metallic Alloy (PCMA) which reflows and fills surface asperities on the CPU lid and heat sink. The resultant interfacial layer is void-free and robust, with low thermal contact and bulk resistance." In Layman's terms, it's a plastic card-like outer frame with a partial ring of metal that, once heated and allowed to reflow between the IHS and the cooler, forms a thin layer of metal perfectly adapted to the two surfaces. It's a high-tech TIM.
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Old 06-01-2010, 08:59 PM   #6
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hmm interesting
gotta work out where to find some of this gear
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Old 06-01-2010, 09:25 PM   #7
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whoops it wasn't Indingo Extreme used as i found the thread i was thinking of http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=241468 - SF3D used Indium for TIM

i think this is there stuff http://www.indium.com/TIM/

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