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- Elite League

8min 18sec 203ms with Intel Pentium G3240 at 3498.8MHz

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  • Manufacturer: G.SKILL
  • Product: PI
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Type: 4096MB DDR3 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 1,354MHz
  • Timings: CL5.0 9-6-21 1T
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Recent Comments

Germany Dancop commented on his own score:

Thanks to Seasonic, Der8auer (on mem and BEAST on CPU) and Asus! Let's get serious now! Not only a last day fight!

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

Awesome. I would be happy if can get it down to .22

 

Can you tell me an easy way to get the heatsinks off?

One of my best PI sticks is already dead and I think it would be better to get the heatsinks on the other kit off, but afraid I may damage some of the ICs while doing so and then will be left with no good memory.

TaPaKaH says:

Preheat and apply force from the bottom rather than from the side (this way you're less likely to bend the PCB). For example, you can just stick a long knife under the HS along the contacts and then twist the handle.

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

Not sure how strong is the glue, I'm afraid of ripping off some of the ICs. That's my main concern.

Poland phobosq says:

I spent whole evening yesterday with Flares ripping the HS off. First a slight twist with a flat screwdriver on both sides just to get the glue loose around 1st and 8th IC, then I taped the golden pins to avoid damage and gently lifted it from the bottom applying force around each of the ICs. It took me about 40 minutes for one module, this glue was quite strong, but if you do it patiently, you should be fine. I imagine that Pis will require the same.

Hiwa says:

150/200 °C and easy remove Flares, for Pi and ripjaws Z/X 150 is more than enough. no need any force just don't burn your fingers :D

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