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Old 05-07-2010, 03:10 AM
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clean and nice insulation giude jody
thanks for share
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Old 05-07-2010, 10:41 PM
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No need to tell me the bench man. We all know where you prowl. 32m or die! Lemme go find that sucker.


I just found that run. I wanna puke at the efficiency considering the uncore.
Just found that run as well, scary efficiency indeed!

Well written guide Jody, thanks a lot for posting this up
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Old 05-07-2010, 11:31 PM
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dude your insulation is seriously neat, id love to see your benching area..

i think your guide is perfect.. but you need some grease in those sockets
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far out Jody nice going

i'd be way too lazy to do that.....just slap the old grease on there will do for me but that's much better

nice 32M as well that 7th spot run
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dude your insulation is seriously neat, id love to see your benching area..

i think your guide is perfect.. but you need some grease in those sockets

The alternative is to run a line of eraser as beading between the DIMM and slot if need be. I also seal the edge cavity between the DIMM and heatspreader this way. Not had any problems thus far.
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That`s what I call, a proper prepped rig
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@3oh6' hmm yeah now that i look at the pictures again i see that i was asking something stupid
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Old 05-09-2010, 10:57 AM
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thanks guys

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dude your insulation is seriously neat, id love to see your benching area..
my bench area is as geometrically sound as graph paper, some call it debilitating, i call it carefully organized.

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just slap the old grease on there will do for me
that's what she said.

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Not had any problems thus far.
yup and yup, i don't bench GPU's with vaseline and i sure didn't want to bench memory with that crap either.

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That`s what I call, a proper prepped rig
thanks Oliver...saves hassles in the long run.

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@3oh6' hmm yeah now that i look at the pictures again i see that i was asking something stupid
no worries, it happens
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Old 05-09-2010, 03:12 PM
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Sure, it rewards you in the end
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Old 05-09-2010, 05:36 PM
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Excellent work all around!

Was a trip to see all of this go down right in front of me, and I still think we could've used that insulation job to float down the Detroit River.
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