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My First Ln2 Overclocking Session

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Hello everyone This is $ingh from India .Posting my first Thread Here ,Hope You guys like it :)

 

After a long period and with lot of efforts i am able to arrange Liquid Nitrogen and Successfully completed my first ln2 overclocking session with AMD Phenom ii x4 955be With the rock solid Motherboard Asus Crosshair IV formula and ofcourse with the help of my best friend who helped me a lot to make this Session successful ..

 

Special thanks my parents,my friends for the understanding and supporting me ..

 

 

Setup:-

 

Amd Phenom ii x4 955be ( Awesome chip with just 1.62v i am able to cross 6.4ghz)

 

Asus Crosshair iv formula (Great motherboard from Asus even with too much moisture on its components it still keep on working ..Rock solid Motherboard)

 

G-SKILL 2*2GB 1600 CL7 (max overclocks to 2230 mhz on it ...nice ram kit)

 

Radeon HD 5870

 

EX-1000 watt

 

Aoc E2251 FW

 

Self Made Ln2 pot ( Pot is working like charm ...i am too happy with its results )

 

Self Made bench table (just for benching)

 

25 litres of LN2

 

 

So here are some Chilled results :-

 

 

Amd Phenom ii 955be Overclocks to 6539mhz and Globally Ranked at 49th

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/2310789_ingh_cpu_frequency_phenom_ii_x4_955_be_6539_mhz

 

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Super pi 1M 11sec.391ms Globally Ranked at 57th

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/2310794_ingh_superpi_phenom_ii_x4_955_be_11sec_391ms

 

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Wprime 32m 6sec 562ms Globally ranked at 47th

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/2310797_ingh_wprime_32m_phenom_ii_x4_955_be_6sec_562ms

 

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Wprime 1024m 216sec 516ms globally ranked at 30th

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/2310799_ingh_wprime_1024m_phenom_ii_x4_955_be_216sec_515ms

 

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Some other pics :-

 

 

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Too much moisture in India these days made me to stop benching ... As approx half of my motherboard is covered Water Vapours

 

Its a great experience working with LN2 ..

 

Hope You guys will enjoy it ...

Edited by Singh

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Very nice! Dielectric grease would help combat the condensation. You can normally find it at your local hardware store.

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Thank You @OCC Beefcake Sir .. i use clay for insulation ..will keep the thing in mind from next time :)

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Nice, shoulda got a X6 and went on a sandybridge killing spree lol

 

 

Thank You @ 'IVIYTH0S

 

Very nice.

For insulation, if you don't find any other thing, use veseline.

 

Thank You @ d6bmg ... i use clay for insulation :)

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The real question is, will it blend?

 

Seriously though, nice job. We need more enthusiasts pushing their machines to the limits!

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The real question is, will it blend?

 

Seriously though, nice job. We need more enthusiasts pushing their machines to the limits!

 

Thanks @Shurman292

 

 

Nice to see someone using LN2 posting here nice oc with it too :D

 

Thanks @bishop245

 

Very good job, that's what oc'ing is all about .:thumbsup:

 

Thanks @SpikeSoprano

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Welcome to the site and congratulations.

49th is no mean feat.

Oh yes! It looks quite dangerous.

regards from Cespenar.

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