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Thread: E6600 under LN2

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    E6600 under LN2

    Friday was my first LN2 run, to bad the board didn't wanted to go any higher.

    The system
    Core 2 Duo E6600 28B123
    P5B deluxe vcore & vdimm mod's
    OCZ Platinum XTC PC8000
    Ati X1600pro
    Tagan 480 watt
    120gb Western digital SATA

    Scores

    SPI 1M @ 10,016 sec


    Cinebench 1 cpu 837
    Cinebench X cpu 1543


    max cpu-z validation http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=144982

    All spi times but 32M


    32M went to loop 21, but i'll stopped pooring LN2 in to soon (this was friday night) I fired the system up again this evening. And run spi 32M



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    I thinks it's not bad for my first run, the cpu has much more gain, but the board stopped @ 565mhz

    vcore was 1,7v (1,65v to 1,75v made no difference, I left it on 1,7v for some more stability)
    vdimm @ 2,6 - 2,8v

    On the 1M run mem was running 564mhz 4-4-3-4 (didn't like lower timings)

    Regards,
    Mark

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    Too bad about the board, but you could probably crack 10s with same tweaks and clocks if you use the olive green color scheme.

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    Nice babes there

    What was the chipset volts? Maybe that was the limit, my dlx stops at 555 @ 1.65-1.7V
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    nice, is that water you got in mousepot ?
    OC-Lab.si!!

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    it's ln2 :P, liquid nitrogen

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    yes is Ln2, but your right, i looks like frozen water.
    I had almost no condensation after 2,5 hours of benching.

    Vmch was 1,65v, Vsb 1,8v

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    Mousepot, I dont see a mousepot, where should I look ?

    Really neat insulation!
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    Nice stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Extera
    yes is Ln2, but your right, i looks like frozen water.
    I had almost no condensation after 2,5 hours of benching.

    Vmch was 1,65v, Vsb 1,8v
    i thought that you put water in with some purpose

    mouse, waus, same thing
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    Nice OC there

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    nice OC BTW nice workplace too

    cheers mate

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    HAHA IN THE PIC. WHEN YOU IN THE FHOTO WHET THE GIRLS YOU HAVE 2 TOBES 1 IN THE COMPUTER AND 1 IN SOME 3 OR 4 METER HAHA

    SORRY FOR THE ENGLISH DONT DO OF THIS A JOKE

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    thanks for the nice reply's
    I'd really fall in love with LN2, is by far, the most fun, and most extreme way of benching!

    Prosk8, and realy don't know what your willing to say

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    Nice clocks for 6600+p5b dlx, but your 16M is terrible!

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    Extera, not true

    - But, I agree, LHe is too expensive (17-18 Euro a liter)
    And yeah, I know its a wauspot, where does he hide btw? - He havnt made anythin' since our T2600 1M competetion at XS.

    - One more thing, DUDE, remember ventilation, LN2 can be dangerous ya know
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    Hey Extera, the 1M time is insane but the 32M is way slow???




    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier
    Extera, not true

    - But, I agree, LHe is too expensive (17-18 Euro a liter)
    And yeah, I know its a wauspot, where does he hide btw? - He havnt made anythin' since our T2600 1M competetion at XS.

    - One more thing, DUDE, remember ventilation, LN2 can be dangerous ya know
    LN2 only costs AUD$6 (EUR$3.50) per litre were I live and I think that's a bit more than you'd pay in the major Aussie cities.

    I'd invest in some eye protection too, it'll roll off your skin but if you get it in your eyes your in big trouble.
    Last edited by SLi_dog; 12-11-2006 at 05:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLi_dog
    Hey Extera, the 1M time is insane but the 32M is way slow???





    wow, it only costs AUD$6 here and I think that's a bit more than you'd pay in the major Aussie cities.

    I'd invest in some eye protection too, it'll roll off your skin but if you get it in your eyes your in big trouble.
    I bet thats the LN price you mention... (Liquid Nitrogen)
    LHe is Liquid Helium

    I use LN2 quite a bit myself, hehe....
    eye protection, nah, your eyes wont get close to the stuff, gloves are usefull tho'..
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    2010: Gigabyte P55, Hamburg/Germany #6 @ wprime 1024/SPI 1M (w. THC) AOCM III, Minfeld/Germany #6 @ 01SE/AM3/1M/8M (w. NeoForce)

    Spectating;
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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier
    I bet thats the LN price you mention... (Liquid Nitrogen)
    LHe is Liquid Helium

    I use LN2 quite a bit myself, hehe....
    eye protection, nah, your eyes wont get close to the stuff, gloves are usefull tho'..
    heh, yeah that's the LN2 price. I though LHe was too cold and too hard to use for benchmarking?

    I use a funnel and I've seen it splash out pretty far so just in case I always use eye goggles.

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    Nice run there Extera

    Yep, ultimate fun benching with LN2
    Last edited by Dumo; 12-11-2006 at 10:00 PM.

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    is that carpet insulation?

    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier
    LN2 = (17-18 Euro a liter)

    We have it for 2.4Euro a liter here in Latvia

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    Nah...It just aluminium pot seems to have less load resistance....And sweat too much
    Last edited by Dumo; 12-11-2006 at 10:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier
    Extera, not true

    - But, I agree, LHe is too expensive (17-18 Euro a liter)
    And yeah, I know its a wauspot, where does he hide btw? - He havnt made anythin' since our T2600 1M competetion at XS.

    - One more thing, DUDE, remember ventilation, LN2 can be dangerous ya know
    he's talking a break from overclocking
    Just playing some serious wow
    Back in the phase change world

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    yes, waus stopped for a while.
    When pooring the LN2 in the thermosbottle i'd used eye protection and gloves. LN2 costs euro 2,50 a liter here.

    Right now i'm preparing my x1600 pro for running under the single stage (in fact, it's already mounted. I have some LN2 left, so lets see what I can get running the E6600 @ 5ghz again.

    3Dmark06 gave me 4380 cpu score running @ 5ghz

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