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Question First Extreme overclock session in history

Does anyone here knows WHO made and WHEN occurred the first extreme Hardware overclock "session" in the overclocking history?
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Probably the Japanese, although the Finnish overclockers (Sampsa, Macci, The Stilt, Kamu) were early too
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Default Re: First LN2 overclock session in history

This one? Im still 7 or 8 years old then

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP5GC27boos
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This one? Im still 7 or 8 years old then

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP5GC27boos
Way way way before then. Even South Africa was doing LN2 by then, and we certainly weren't the first
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This one? Im still 7 or 8 years old then

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP5GC27boos
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Way way way before then. Even South Africa was doing LN2 by then, and we certainly weren't the first
Do you think that Ln2 was on since 90's ?
I'm asking because i remember that in 1995 (i was 14yo), i lived in a different city (in Brazil called Barretos, San Paolo state) my father took me and my brother to visit his friend in a new laboratory were they had tons of dewars with aninal samples to do research.
That was my first contact with Ln2, i remember the guy trowing Ln2 in our hands and on my brother's head, just for fun.
Them some other guy arrived and asked for a dewar that they combined to be borrowed.
After a while i remember my father's friend telling my fatther that that guy was using the Ln2 to do "computer research".
I confirmed this history with my father last weekend in a nostalgic conversation about the past.
I keep wondering how many crazy enthusiastic overclocker guys on this world went extreme and we will never hear about them.

If someone else knows a history or photos/videos please share this, it's overclock history, we need to keep as many records as we can
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Do you think that Ln2 was on since 90's ?
There must have been.
At least since late 90's

If i remember correct , the Japanese were using LN2 since slot-1 era.

Fredyama probably knows better.
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Default Re: First LN2 overclock session in history

I was one of the fists, we made pots from brass pipe and soldered a brass plate to it. I still have them, very crude. I made CPU and CPU pots before I made phase change.

The answer is buried on XS. Kyosen or Shamino would be my guess.
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There must have been.
At least since late 90's

If i remember correct , the Japanese were using LN2 since slot-1 era.

Fredyama probably knows better.
Great, thanks for the info TASOS, i already contacted him, let's hope he can help

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I was one of the fists, we made pots from brass pipe and soldered a brass plate to it. I still have them, very crude. I made CPU and CPU pots before I made phase change.

The answer is buried on XS. Kyosen or Shamino would be my guess.
Thanks FUGGER, i'll dig in there then
BTW, could you please send some pictures of this pot? Also if you can share more photos/videos of it i'll appreciate it
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Default Re: First LN2 overclock session in history

@fredyama would probably have a lot of information on this topic. I don't think a lot of the young overclockers are aware of how extensive the Japanese scene was in 2000 and before. You can also have a look at the blogs using Web Archive.

A good place to start digging is Bunny's Workshop. He's got blog material dating back to 1998(!) https://web.archive.org/web/20010124...r.jp/~bunnywk/. Also Sanbe's blog seems to have quite a bit of links: https://web.archive.org/web/20010129....ne.jp/~sanbe/

Here's an entry I found on Holicho's blog from December 2000 mentioning LN2: https://web.archive.org/web/20001018...licho.lib.net/



Here's an entry from "Sakae" running SuperPI 1M on a P2-450 at 640MHz back in 1999 (which would still be #3 in the Hardware Ranking) https://web.archive.org/web/20000901...i/superpi8.htm



Here's a blog entry from Tatumiya stating -158c as operating temperature for validation: https://web.archive.org/web/20040812...miya/index.htm



Here's a picture of a Pentium 2 LN2 pot from the year 2000 https://web.archive.org/web/20021202...9/jyouren.html

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Default Re: First LN2 overclock session in history

I found more "back to the 90's" material.
As many stated here, the japaneses were pioneer in subzero overclock.
Despite not being Ln2 related, seems they used subzero cooled carbon dioxide, phase change and peltier back in october 6 1998!!

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