Z77 overclocking guide with Ivy Bridge 3770K & GIGABYTE Z77X-UD5H under LN2 - Liquid Nitrogen




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Published on May 5, 2012

Here is a looooooong video talking about different aspects of benching subzero with GIGABYTE Z77X-UD5H and Ivy Bridge CPU. I did this video with a chip i havent really had a good test with so it was a good way to show how i go about testing, different things i think about before i start, during the bench and what happens when i hit a wall etc etc. Hopefully some of you find something useful in there to help you with your Ivy benching in general... :)

This guide is not meant to answer all the questions or cover all topics related to subzero benching but it will give you a general idea. TeamAU.net has been travelling around Australia teaching the up and coming overclockers Australia wide to bench subzero and if you havent been to one of those workshops this gives you a rough idea what we talk about during those workshops. LN2 benching is an acquired skill that takes a lot of time and patience. If you are the type that gets frustrated quickly and gives up, find another hobby i reckon! This hobby will test your patience, knowledge, persistence, competitiveness etc.

If you get stuck or need some further guidance please don't PM but rather jump on OCAU or i4memory and make a thread, there are lots of us over there helping people out with benching related questions.


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