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Old 1st February 2005, 22:26   #31
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don't get your hopes up too high for running 300FSB with 2 sticks though, as it will become very CPU dependant and a luck of the draw
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i'll pray for luck then
i'll spank it till 300 mhz :spank:
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Old 1st February 2005, 22:55   #33
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don't get your hopes up too high for running 300FSB with 2 sticks though, as it will become very CPU dependant and a luck of the draw
it will be easyer to get 300 with 2*256 then with 2*512, it stresses the mem controller less.

remember in the "old" days with 2*512 bh5 and nf2
 
Old 5th February 2005, 15:40   #34
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did some lapping today.
all i had was till grid 600, so after the first dry ice run i'll buy grid 1000.

this one is with grid 320


this is after grid 600 and polishpaste


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expect an x800 compatible dry ice container too

just called to a refridgeration company where i got the tube, they said a your the student, i said yes.
just jump in he said.
"i am @ freak out mode now".
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I have grid 1000/1200 and higher here + polish mirrors and the lot, you can take them with you this evening if you take pics for use in upcoming review

it's from http://www.easypckits.com/

I have performance number for a lapped A64 HSF already here also
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k i'll do that.
tnx m8
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and off we go for another attempt to pull you guys your eye's out.(think its going to work)

today i made myself a gfx container, its perpose is to clock an x800 to smithereens.
i'll show you some pics.

lets start:

here it all start, sawing of the copper(yes your arms get tired)



then again the magic tube



i sawed some copper away so that the baseplate will fit there nicely.



this is the baseplate for the container.



drawed some lines where i must drill some holes.



holes drilled:grin:



then some pics of different angle









these tools will make this container tight like hell.

- torch
- silfos
- lighter
- a grip



ready to burn this to hell:grin:



container brazed and ready to be cleaned.
some different angle







this time i didn't use nitrogin because i haven't got any.
but it looks good after all.



this is it.

i've got the same size off insulation so pic isn't needed.

the next post here will be the cleaned container and after that the magic results and clocks


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krak, bye bye X800

I hope you tought about the weight in your design.
 
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