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Old 31st January 2011, 10:07   #11
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well maybe try useing chilled watercooling on sandy .
or try on a big heavy sweater and sit out side for a night!
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Old 31st January 2011, 11:38   #12
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Seeing last weekends temperatures, I was actually contemplating benching with open windows
But I don't think lower temps will help, need to find me one from a better batch
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I only benched on 5600 with the 9800gtx Teemto, now I can do 5.9Ghz aquamark, should be a difference

Congrats on the scores, great team effort !
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Old 31st January 2011, 23:36   #14
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No hurry in benching AM3 with 9800 at 5,9GHz

31/01 status

Some easy cups benching my laptop's Quadro NV160M
Tomorrow some more 9800GTX benches.
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can your mobo and flare kit handle 2133 6-9-6-24 ?

Glad to see you have fun with the dark side
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Yup, SuperPi and Pifast at 52x102 with RAM at 1088.
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2/02 status

Finished the 9800GTX benching. Some improvements over previous scores and a new gold cup (upgrade from silver in Unigine DX9)

Next up the volt modded 8800GTS640, let's see if I can improve there as well.
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5/02 status

Benched the 8800GTS640, GTS250 and improved HD5870 scores.
Found a 'hopefully' bettter GTS250 on ebay as the MSI ones has poor core clocks (max 811).
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7/02

After dumping a scary 1.61V in my 2600K I managed to run 5.3GHz AM3 and 3DMark05 benches which resulted in a small point gain. Fact that it ran stable was more impressive than the point gain.
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9/02 status

Disappointing scores with the small Quadro NVS 285 even though I ran it at 500/800
Only medals, no cups. Must be some driver setting I'm missing?
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