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    Some old pics from me .



























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    Good pics M3kk

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    Quote Originally Posted by k|ngp|n View Post
    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
    hey hey that shot looks familiar

    here she is prepped up



    and after a long battle she lays to rest

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    Some pics











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    Very cool video Cal, so great to see the f1 running on your rig
    It leaves off right where the unit takes off like a rocket.

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    just a few... more to come.. just got my dewar last weekend now just trying to find cheap ln2.. these are just dry ice..

    10 hour session with dry ice...

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    got my F1EE extension today, looks really great, cant wait to try it on AMD

    photo gallery here

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    Action shot with F1EE & TEK9 Slim 5.0
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    alot of nice picturs are here

    may be bit crazy

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    4890 @ -188C (didn't mean for the temp probe reading to be so dark :-/)


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    I'm old skool Rev 1 Tek-9
    It kicks serious ass for single card (or the outer card in SLI/CFX)






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    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    4890 @ -188C
    That looks very promising if we can track down the right cards
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    You always have to show off the frost-covered backsides of the cards don't you.

    The core scaling is not that bad with temperature...1300 should be pretty easy but the problem is that you can't hold high memory speeds with it. It's just like the GTX295, GTX285 or the 9800GX2, higher core speed leads to progressively decreasing memory speed. These cards need more mods to get around that.
    Last edited by Gautam; 05-12-2009 at 08:00 PM.

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    nice man
    1300 should get you some nice scores with those clocks

    what's the ram at 1100? 1150?

    have you benched at all?
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    I tried 1270 or so IIRC but just with the ram at 1000. Even at 1250 it seemed like I was stuck at 1150...:-/...best scoring combo was still a measly 1236/1175. Thing is it only needs -85 to do 1200/1175, then humongous jumps in temperature for small speed gains after that. This card needs the hipro or Shamino treatment for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    You always have to show off the frost-covered backsides of the cards don't you.

    The core scaling is not that bad with temperature...1300 should be pretty easy but the problem is that you can't hold high memory speeds with it. It's just like the GTX295, GTX285 or the 9800GX2, higher core speed leads to progressively decreasing memory speed. These cards need more mods to get around that.
    You ran with increase Vgpu?
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    i also tested 4890 on ln2 in few days ago, temps are no problem for the card, tek9 5.0 easily hold -193C under 01 - what a surprise, worked very well but sadly my card doesnt scaled good, 1150mhz/1100 was the max benchable clocks no matter what vgpu i use 1.40 or 1.60v, maybe its just a too early sample gpu on this card - its not retail - will try different card later :/


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    Nice pics G! Hipro loves that old school tek too

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    Well, you can call me old fashioned, but, besides the old GPU Tek, the Dragon 1.2 and Dragon Evo 2.4 are also some of the nicest CPU cooling units I have ever seen on the www.
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    Unfortunately my all GTX295's were dead.
    They're in the process of repair now.

    Thanks Vince
    Last edited by duck; 05-24-2009 at 05:20 AM.

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    just arrived...Thanks Vince..








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    I have tons of pics, but I'll have to find them.


    My trusty Evo 2.4







    F1 and Tek action.


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    Dragon F1 EE finally came... thanks vince and my friend hazzan...
    Some dry ice fun..with CF HD4870X2


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    How bout some frosty shots......







    Got to love benching when its raining and the humidity is high...........

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    Our rig with Dragon F1 EE and Tek-9 4.0 SLIM at MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2009 - Polish finals:



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