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    Default It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    UD7 CPU Socket protected = Yes




    UD7 Memory Area Insulated = Yes





    New BIOS W/ Working QPI Slow Mode = NO So no Max Bclk Runs this time



    Tonight I will be having a dry ice session again for those who are interested!

    So I may not see any of you until very late tonight or tomorrow, sorry for this.

    Tonight I will be pushing for Max CPU Ghz, and I will be doing several 3D runs (3DMark06, Vantage, Aquamark 3) using Gigabyte 5870 SOC.

    I will also be pushing the Mushkin 998679 Kit for Max Mhz, it will be under the ice as well. I'll post some pics of how I do this once I get it all setup and started. I was previously able to get this kit to 2609.4Mhz in dual channel, and 2522.8Mhz in triple channel using no cooling on the memory other than the frostbyte heatsinks.

    Tonight I will see if I can reach 3000Mhz, I doubt this will be possible in triple channel maybe dual or single, but not sure as I never expected to reach the Mhz I did on air previously either.

    I will post a image update or two once I get going so you can all see the frozen memory


    Then some results of the session will follow as soon as I get finished up.

    Wish me luck, see you all as soon as things have warmed up a bit
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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    cant wait to see the results good luck hope nothing breaks :P
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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    Thanks, I think it will be fine, although this will be my first time freezing the memory :)

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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    While these are not the greatest of timings, I did stop myself from going to CAS 10, which I think now maybe I should have to see how high that would take me?

    This is Mushkin 998679 7-8-7-20 1600Mhz kit
    998679 - 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800 7-8-7-20 Blackline (Triple Kit)








    I had a terrible time this session and chose the wrong OS and disk setup for much of what I planned to accomplish, so that may have also hindered my memory clocking progress too...

    Not sure, I can only hope for a better session next time around.

    I also did not have a second sensor wire, so I could not monitor the memory temps vs voltage, so I wasn't sure what temps the memory was reaching, maybe once I get another sensor I can do better. Not even sure if the memory was actually getting all that cold, maybe not really so these could probably go a bit higher once I can do things properly



    Max 9-11-x-x @ 2691.6Mhz




    CPU-Z Validator 3.1


    Max 9-12-x-x @ 2713Mhz




    CPU-Z Validator 3.1


    Max CPU-z validation @ 5.248.21Mhz sadly

    I had a terrible time with 050 BSOD's this time around



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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    A 69% memory overclock from 1600 to 2700MHz, ho hum....
    I'm waiting for a 100% memory o/c to 3200MHz
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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    thats awsome.... just curious but how do you remove all the needed eraser or clay to protect the board when your done? does it come off easy?
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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    A 69% memory overclock from 1600 to 2700MHz, ho hum....
    I'm waiting for a 100% memory o/c to 3200MHz
    Ya, me too!!

    I doubt I will ever get 3000mhz or above, but it would be cool and I for sure will keep trying :)


    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    thats awsome.... just curious but how do you remove all the needed eraser or clay to protect the board when your done? does it come off easy?
    Thanks!

    It's art erasers, these to be specific
    Sanford Design Kneaded Rubber Eraser - SAN70531

    It comes right off when you are done, and yes very easy even if you leave it for a long time

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    Default Re: It's Get'n Cold In Here, Dry Ice Session Tonight!

    Ok Lsdmeasap you've had ya fun with that 980X...Now hand it over to me:-)

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