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richiec77 last won the day on August 27 2019

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  1. Received! Everything is in great shape! Good packaging!
  2. Cool. Works for me.
  3. If Gigelz doesn't take the NB pot, I will.
  4. As in the System Date needs to be set to 2015?
  5. Tip for whoever gets these: if you want to clean up copper oxidation: use 1 teaspoon of Salt per 1 Cup of Vinegar. Or make a bigger mixture and boil the pots in a ... pot. Non-Freedom units: 4 grams salt to 230mL Vinegar.
  6. At DICE temps: there's no CB or CBB. So no need to adjust the other voltages used for LN2 benching. Aka PLL termination, DMI....etc. For All Core use: up to around 1.525v-1.585v will work. Disabling HT and down to 3 core for benches like SuperPi you can run up to 1.625v VCore. VCCSA/VCCIO up to 1.45v With Acetone and DICE you'll see Pot temps around -68 to -70C with ZERO load. Once loaded up, the pot will roil like boiling. So mind the overall level of Acetone poured in. Have a rag/Blue Shop towel ready Incase it starts spitting to catch any Acetone. From there if you have too much Acetone, let the dice most burn off and then soak up excess with blue towels. Put DICE in 1st, then pour Acetone over it. Not the other way around. If you want to gauge the amount needed: pour some into the unmounted/empty pot to see how you'll need. You only need enough to cover the base of the pot. Insulation/Condensation proofing is the same for DICE/LN2. Main different is the DICE session doesn't freeze out the board as far. Basically up to your VRM is typically where I see it stop. Or Zero if you have a KP Heater.
  7. Totally interested. Just would need to figure out a good meeting location and timeframe
  8. Done. Only thing better would have been to drag a tank to the GPU and put the transfer hose in.
  9. Remind me to upload the picture of him pouring LN2 with a 1 Gallon (3.8L) growler/thermos.
  10. Was fun even with all the head banging issues I had. Next year I'll bring about...1/4 if the gear lol. Definitely will focus on 3D benching with all the LN2 available. The 2080 Ti guzzled it. Will probably fly next year. Was a 3550 mile drive. Way too long.
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