Pouring the LN2 into the container we get smoke, a good sign as the liquid is evaporating and taking the heat of the CPU with it:
The temperature at the base of the container drops quickly, we spot -145.4°C already, game-time!
Our first try is a winner, 5161Mhz and a 9.921 seconds result for SuperPi 1M!
But it’s not the end of this CPU, going just a tad higher we get 9.844 seconds at 5200Mhz!
SuperPi stopped working correctly if we tried higher CPU speeds, but let’s see how far we can go without the system crashing:
We thought 5234Mhz was the end, it took an extra few hours to tweak the setup but we got it running at 5300Mhz!
We set out to reach below 10 seconds in SuperPi 1M and are happy to report we succeeded in doing so; Our result puts us 26th in the World Ranking
at HWBot.org, not bad for a small Belgian team :)
We like to thank Tim Titanium for lending us the OCZ memory modules and other Belgian overclockers for their continued support and and faith in us.