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Old 04-06-2008, 01:58 AM   #1
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It was a stormy day lightening and heavy ran Frupert and I were benching at the local collective lan party with 30L of ln2. Man it was humid and we had puddles on the boards. SO in between shuts downs and soak up we didnít have much luck with the QX9770 that cold bugged at -106c. The QX9650 was very average around 5.1-5.2ghz stable so didnít spend much time with that CPU.
The E8500 did ok on GIG X48T was showing nice fsb speeds
very happy. I conformal coated the motherboards before hand which worked saved us from killing any hardware that day.








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Old 04-06-2008, 05:53 AM   #2
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Nice Done guys, great fsb on a X48 board 595 fsb not easy for an x48. Good scores guys.
Kayl that board was stock? unmoded?


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Old 04-06-2008, 10:12 AM   #3
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whoa sweet guys, looks like a hellava lot of fun, especially with kayl there entertaining the crowd!

im hoping to organize a similar sort of thing for an upcoming lan party here, push the 'sport' (i say that tentatively) of overclocking in australia

and damn kayl thats monster fsb from the x48t, ive only seen pt1t get higher and hes a fsb expert
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Old 04-06-2008, 10:39 AM   #4
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Re: [Team.AU] CollectiveLAN - West Australia

Man, was spose to come down but did my back in during the week so took it easy.

I really should have dragged my sorry ass along!

Nice work
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Old 04-06-2008, 12:42 PM   #5
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Re: [Team.AU] CollectiveLAN - West Australia

Good effort guys
Kayl, you could have saved yourself a lot of hassle with some airflow around the CPU pot.
Without fans all the water vapour from the LN2 is floating straight down and condensing on your socket area.

Im regularly benching in high humidity so am using a floor standing fan to blow across my whole setup, which keeps the condensation to lower levels.
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Old 06-06-2008, 12:18 AM   #6
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By chispy View Post
Nice Done guys, great fsb on a X48 board 595 fsb not
easy for an x48. Good scores guys.
Kayl that board was stock? unmoded?


Cheers.
Thanxs chispy, it was a stock board, except I took the heat pipes and
thermal pads off, added artic silver and pcb lacer then replaced heat
pipes. The X48T had a IHS cover on the NB core which looked cool.

By youngpro View Post
whoa sweet guys, looks like a hellava lot of fun,
especially with kayl there entertaining the crowd!

im hoping to organize a similar sort of thing for an upcoming lan
partyhere, push the 'sport' (i say that tentatively) of overclocking in
australia

and damn kayl thats monster fsb from the x48t, ive only seen pt1t get
higher and hes a fsb expert

thanxs james, couldn’t have done it with out the bios tip mate
Would be good if we could do a few more demos get more ppl interested.



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Man, was spose to come down but did my back in
during the week so took it easy.

I really should have dragged my sorry ass along!

Nice work

Thanxs downforce, maybe next one ill be there we see.



By T_M View Post
Good effort guys
Kayl, you could have saved yourself a lot of hassle with some airflow
around the CPU pot. Without fans all the water vapour from the LN2 is
floating straight down and condensing on your socket area.
Im regularly benching in high humidity so am using a floor standing fan to
blow across my whole setup, which keeps the condensation to lower
levels.
Thanxs for that tim, ill give it a go next bench

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Old 06-06-2008, 01:21 AM   #7
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Re: [Team.AU] CollectiveLAN - West Australia

Awesome stuff guys.. shame about cold bug
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Old 06-06-2008, 02:12 PM   #8
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Re: [Team.AU] CollectiveLAN - West Australia

sick FSB
yet another board that responds to Skew control right
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