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    Rig Pics

    If you've benched with our cooling and have some nice pics of the bench session, demo, or contest, feel free to post them up.
    Who's got the tightest setup?
    A few of my favs over last couple of years:























    Last edited by k|ngp|n; 04-25-2009 at 01:20 PM.

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    here u go some of mine
    little red card.

    and little green card

    offcours it would not be complett with-out this one .


    good old trusty evo2.2.

    great stuff, il talk u soon .

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    Last edited by k|ngp|n; 04-28-2009 at 01:39 PM. Reason: more pics
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    Keep it clean, no drugs or exposed genitalia.

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    Tek-9 4.0's














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    Gomeler and I got some decent pix from a demo at a LAN party last year. It was fun benching under the big projection screen with the LN2 fog and loud music. It was also a lot of fun having 2 nearly identical rigs side by side for comparisons.

    Setting Up


    Dueling Dragons


    Pulling it Down



    Comparing Stock and OCd Runs
    Yes, Yellowbeard, a tall rough man with a big yellow beard

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    Have a Tek9 right here too
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    Nice pics..I love seeing you guys benching the units more than my own work with them I swear, always brings a huge smile to my face ..keep them coming!
    I would love to see about every unit that has ever left home show up in this thread eventually.

    Blind your a ripper with that 3.0 ALWAYS

    @bluto Cool dimastech arc-press on the F1 there, is the container modified for the press? And we use the same stainless thermos..

    @Mike that table looks killer, definitely a spot I would hang out/bench at

    @TM proper looking gx2's...with clocks to match

    Nice action shot n3ro..999
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    Two Tek-9 4.0 on HD4890s:
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    Test bench: empty

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    Hardware pron eh?



    k|ngp|n F1 EE on Biostar TPower I45 - SuperPi set-up




    k|ngp|n F1 EE on Biostar TPower I45 + Tek 9 4.0 on 9800GX2 - 2k1 set-up





    own pot inspired by F1





    GOOC Prague 2009 - Tek9 4.0 in the middle
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    And here is my













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    Last edited by Gunslinger; 04-26-2009 at 02:51 PM.
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    Why do you always have to bring two sockets into everything?
    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    Because a one socket system is only 1/2 a system..
    You got two balls don't you?
    I rest my case!


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    few shots with k|ngp|ncooling from the recent past~

    F1EE and Tek9 5.0







    F1EE meets AMD Phenom II (waiting for extension hehe)



    F1EE on E8600 & RE @ 2. AOCM (2008)



    and a short video of an Asus booth babe from a last year event - how easy to handle temps on F1EE, even a blonde girl can do it



    enjoy,
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    some pics.......







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    this image is one of my favorites taken @ i34 by R1ch of Steve and Paul on the Intel stand at the end of the show






    Last edited by bazx; 04-26-2009 at 03:14 PM.
    1. The first rule of Bench Club is, you do not talk about Bench Club
    2. The second rule of Bench Club is, you do not talk about Bench Club
    3. If someone says stop, goes limp, taps out, the the benching is over
    4. No bummers in the batcave, apart from unkie dave
    5. One Bench at a time
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    7. Benching will go on as long as they have to
    8. If this is your first night at Bench Club, you have to Bench

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    Quote Originally Posted by blind_ripper View Post
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    here u go some of mine
    offcourse it would not be complete without this one .



    great stuff, ill talk u soon .
    Is that the magic double evap setup(zorba) ? great
    Back in the phase change world

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    @ Gunslinger, your pix are super clean man in that Danger Den Torture Rack. Great looking stuff for sure.
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    Heres my contribuition , One F1ee , Dual Tek 9 - 5.0 Slim along my old subsero gear.



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-02-13



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-04-12



    Asus RIIE x58 , i7 965 k|ngp|ng F1ee cooled with Triple SLI GTX 285 Using Dual Tek 9 - 5.0 Slim and one of my old Gpu pot. = Frosty Fest and great scores ,I love this set up. Some subsero loving on F1ee and Dual Tek 9-5.0 Slim





    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-02-14



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-04-18



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-04-18



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-04-18



    By chispy, shot with FinePix A340 at 2009-02-14
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    Here's a few from a few different rigs and competitions:
















































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    MSI event 2008 in Taiwan
    F1 EE and Tek9 3.0


    Testing at home for GOOC 2008,
    F1 EE, Tek9 4.0 and Tek9 3.0





    GOOC 2009 Pan-Asia Africa Regional Finals in Thailand.
    F1 EE, Tek9 4.0 and Tek9 3.0
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    From my first bench with dice.





    Bought it from Crotale so this pot might experienced some great scores.

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    Holy moly nice pics guys! So many shots. Overclocking prep is a really subjective thing and everyone has their own way. It's cool to see the subtle differences in the way you guys prep and bench the same cooling hardware. That individuality aspect of overclocking is important. There is not just one right way to do things, if you find something that works you live by it.

    This pic is cool
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    Just a few









    A old experiment with dead MB as VGA 'Maximizer'


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    OMG the green towel made it into the thread...killer post

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