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Old 02-12-2010, 02:16 PM
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Cant wait to see this block on the market k|ngp|n, please make sure is dual channel friendly for p55 setups too

Any ETA?
It is dual channel ready, look at the holes shown in the pix. It will do Intel duals and AM3.
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I will also, I doubt I can win anything but it will be a superpi learning experience for me...
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Yes its fits p55 platform dual channel no problem Also Am3. It works with single, dual, and tripple. This product will be available in the webstore by sometime next week.
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Yes its fits p55 platform dual channel no problem Also Am3. It works with single, dual, and tripple. This product will be available in the webstore by sometime next week.
Great news Vince, a little guide on ram/socket insulating with this container would be nice for those who only use LN2 on cpu and don't wanna risk $400 Corsair silicon.
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Great news Vince, a little guide on ram/socket insulating with this container would be nice for those who only use LN2 on cpu and don't wanna risk $400 Corsair silicon.
You gotta step up man :

I benched my great A-data's DDR3-2000X on LN2 twice without any insulation on the DIMMs ( just on the mobo ).
That was a risk I took though.

Next time I'll go safe.
In case you can open up the DIMM's heatspreaders I'd spray the DIMMs with plastic spray, and then use liquid electrical tape or tape + armaflex or kneaded eraser on the PCB and leave only the top of the ICs ( RAM chips ) exposed, and then re-mount the heatspreaders.

In case you can't open up the heatspreaders I'd use vaseline, put lots of it on the exposed PCB, place the DIMMs upside down and heat up the vaseline with a hair dryer to make it flow inside under the heatspreaders.

In both cases you'll need to insulate the mobo appropriately too.
Tape up the unused DIMM slots, and put some kneaded eraser or just toilet paper / heavy duty kitchen paper in the gaps, and apply some dry vaseline on the DIMMs pins to insulate the contact area.
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I5 670
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Nick's score avoided because it's not Chinese OS.
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Not the right background and not a good run, but just an idea of what I'll most likely post if I re-run this Bloomfield. There had better be 5 faster people than this by the end of the month..

X58A-UD7-Super-Pi-32M-5499MHz.png

Depressing the delta between my and Nick's runs in clocks, voltages, and speeds
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