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Old 15th November 2009, 21:16   #1
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hi all,

wel het is zover, Ik ga voor de eerste keer onder de 0C gaan
Ik zal deze treadh gebruiken om vragen te stellen en mijn resultaten te tonen.
Allereerst wil ik jullie voorstellen aan The Frozen Duck SS




Thanks again Piotres :up:

En zo begon ik met het isoleren van de socket. Aangezien dit mijn eerste keer is gaat dit vrij euhm traag




Na het isoleren (ja sorry ik vind mijn sd kaartje niet meer dus geen foto's van het afgewerkte isoleer werk )
heb ik hier mijn eerste resultaten.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=828802

Wel ik ben al een blij iemand ^^
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=828872

Oja let niet op het team aub, dit is tijdelijk. vermoedelijk opnieuw bij madshrimps komen.

enfin het gebruik van deze SS stelt mij in staat om meer op mijn gemak te overclocken.
Maakt mijn leven dus veel eenvoudiger

Maar ben nog steeds bang voor condens
en de eerste superpi resultaat

en het word steeds beter
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=828907


En ben hierna gestopt om op mijn gemakske potje koffie en taart te nemen

Oja enige hints of tips om steeds hoger te komen?
ik ben nu met trial and error bezig
Voorlopig zonder succes, telkens BSOD bij het booten

O wel volgende week doe ik verder

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A few pointers.

Before you actually start benching for results or scores, make sure you know the limitations of your hardware individually. So:

- Check max BCLK
- Figure out how the uncore scales per MHZ and temperature
- Check how decent your RAM is: per volt, per timings
- Figure out initial limitations of your cpu for HT on, HT off and disabled cores
- Figure out what core is best

When you know the limitations of the setup, you know the size of your playing field. Then it's just a matter of trying out different combinations.

What temp is that SS capable of?
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Wil do that
only => - Check how decent your RAM is: per volt, per timings how do i do this?
This is somthing thats alway's giving me a (koppijn) headage.

And the ss => idle = -50C a -55C and load => -40C a 45C
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Depends on what type of memory you have. Elpida? Micron?
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piotres builds great unit's, GL with it.
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@ Massman: hmm I am not sure :s Its corsair dominator memory TR3X6G1600C8D :unsure:

@blind_ripper: thanks

And just small update have been looking for BCLK and did small overclock ^^

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hmm intresting.
I unmounted the Evap and it seem I did not make full contact O.o

It seems the Evap was not mounted tight enough ore somthing O.o freaky
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If you did that run in XP it would have been a bit better ... nice unit man, pretty jealous of it... them rams hould at least do 1600Mhz C8... My rev 2.1 hit abrick wall at 1680Mhz (upping volts, loosening times doesn't help) the Rev 2.2 of Gamer do 1900mhz C8 at 1.7 volts...

Who are Hardpoint OC ?
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If you did that run in XP it would have been a bit better ... nice unit man, pretty jealous of it... them rams hould at least do 1600Mhz C8... My rev 2.1 hit abrick wall at 1680Mhz (upping volts, loosening times doesn't help) the Rev 2.2 of Gamer do 1900mhz C8 at 1.7 volts...

Who are Hardpoint OC ?
hehe ^^ yeah thats possible. But wel I am lazy
And thanks, i've been saving for that unit long and finaly got the balls to order it And i am in love

and about the ram yeah they run at 1600Mhz ^^ but i lowerd them because I was not sure they would keep it al stable enough to bench and upload it
and hearing that makes me wanne remount the evap and start trying out the rams

And actually Hardpoint OC was part of somthing bigger.
During the summor me and some one else were planning on building a website for reviews, casemodding. He was going to do the code for the site and me the reviews. But wel he wel left me in the dark O.o
Sow the site and benchteam are dead
But the idea is stil alive, sow i made a blog for my reviews (the link is here on the forum). And wel I rejoined Madshrimps sow at least I could keep on benching and be part of a Belguim team
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If you did that run in XP it would have been a bit better ... nice unit man, pretty jealous of it... them rams hould at least do 1600Mhz C8... My rev 2.1 hit abrick wall at 1680Mhz (upping volts, loosening times doesn't help) the Rev 2.2 of Gamer do 1900mhz C8 at 1.7 volts...

Who are Hardpoint OC ?
Even more, we tested them at 2100 8-9-8 a few weeks back.
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