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Thread: How to use a NB pot with LN2

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    How to use a NB pot with LN2

    I have used it with Dice but not with LN2. Is there a cold bug or can I run it full pot?
    775 boards.

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    I'd think just fill and go.
    I wouldn't think the NB will need to be -196c but I personally have never used 1 on the NB...

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    Thank you Dave.
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    Quick search of google, see coldbugs between -60 and -130.

    Why do you need LN2 on NB? More FSB? Not familiar with OC'ing 775.
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    Thanks, Well you dont need it but i have a NB pot so i just use it, and ya some times it helps to oc further.
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    never used one, but I would think -80c to -120c would be more than enough.
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    Ya thanks. I dont think ill usit this weekend. I have to much stuff to bench and I dont need any more cb s than normal.
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    Depent on the motherboard... some old version of rampage extreme's needed just about -10c and about 1.9v to give their best and some newer versions went down to -140c but only needed 1.8 or else they woulb bug... On p45 it's completely different,go full pot and give 1.7v max cause i've had some bad experience on some dfi's...

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    Thank you , thanks a lot.
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    I have a Asus p5e3 premium wifi X48. and a Giga EP45T-EXTREME and i have used the pot on both with dice.
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    I just put the NB heat sinks back on to. I guess I will run them like that and then see if i can beat my OC with the NB pot. I have all day Saturday to bench with free LN2 so as long as everything lives It should be fun.
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    don't go too subzero on X48, my rampage extreme didn't like that as it got more unstable the colder I went...
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    I have diced My p5e3 a ton of times,and LN2 a couple times. but this time i used Vaseline and it did nt like it at all. Thanks for the heads up tho.
    My EP45T-exreme same thing.. It must be something im doing wrong. but im done with Vaseline.
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