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Rob Williams 10-28-2005 11:27 PM

New 3D Mark records all around!
 
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I have already posted this on the front page, but it's amazing. Kinc uses Liquid Nitrogen on his CPU, and dry ice for his GPU's. Smashing 3 records in one day is not too bad!

3D Mark 01 Score
3D Mark 03 Score
3D Mark 05 Score

Rob Williams 11-07-2005 11:13 AM

Wow, we really are on top of things.

Other sites are just posting about this NOW. Nothing like being a week before everyone else :|

madstork91 11-07-2005 01:22 PM

WTFage 2 d extreme
 
Ok ok... I understand the need for some people to feel like they have to go to the extremes... push the limits... In short "OVERCLOCK"

but come on! Liquid nitro and dry ice? isnt that a little overboard?

Greg King 11-07-2005 02:10 PM

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Originally Posted by madstork91
Ok ok... I understand the need for some people to feel like they have to go to the extremes... push the limits... In short "OVERCLOCK"

but come on! Liquid nitro and dry ice? isnt that a little overboard?

Well, if by going overboard, you mean knocking a couple records in the face with a golf club, no. I think what he did is inspirational and I would do the same thing if I had the resources. More power to him.

Wouldn't No2 on a car be overboard as well?

Rob Williams 11-07-2005 04:50 PM

If I had my own house (aka didn't live with my mom and others), I would certainly be goofing around with this stuff.

Breaking records is fun, pushing hardware to the ultimate limit is funner :D

SillySider03 11-07-2005 05:02 PM

Edited.

Rob Williams 11-07-2005 08:53 PM

Add to that, that most people who do use L2N or Dry Ice don't use them both at the same time :D

madstork91 11-07-2005 10:49 PM

na NO2 on a car is fine... headers on a car? why not? But putting headers, body kit, sandbaging the back, 98 octane in the fuel, NO2, cool injected, supercharged, and adjusting the timing every evening... Thats a lil overboard... You could wait atleast a month before readjusting the timing :)

BTW NO2 isnt for every car.

Edit: Oh and racing slicks, spoiler, alternate batery for the speakers so that it doesnst tax the alternator and reduce rpm... (I could go on)


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