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post #41 of 72
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Your Phenom gives half the performance and is mounted with a decent cooler. When the OP will get his new cooler, it will be nowhere near that temp. Plus, I think you need to do some more reading on how AMD and INTEL measure temps. The 65 celsius temp on your AMD is roughly the 90 plus temp on an I7.
Agreed, to top it off its a last generation phenom xD ofcourse it isn't going to get temps like that, you're comparing a 5 copper heatpipe push pull heatsink with a crappy stock heat sink. ofcourse thats such as a comparison
     
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Ok, so i got the hyper 212+ in my hand right now. Is there a special way to apply the thermal paste for this unit since it has those 4 direct heat pipes?
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Congrats on your purchase. You will see the difference. I think for your cooler, the middle dot way is best. Use the cooler to spread it.
 
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you still have the stock cpu cooler. ya thats the problem right there yo.
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i like a grain of rice in the middle of chip. then mount the cooler and twist it ~ 15 deg both ways and then titen down bolts. the cooler will move like 5 degs when mounted. its a good cooler but no where near the top ones bout should give ya better temps
I7 can hit ~ 100 deg c i like mine under 70 degs tho.
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Originally Posted by humpmasterflex1 View Post
Ok, so i got the hyper 212+ in my hand right now. Is there a special way to apply the thermal paste for this unit since it has those 4 direct heat pipes?
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=5

Give that a read.
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Hey guys, i need some help, ill start a new thread if i have to.

I installed it successfully, according to the bios my chip is at 32C.

I am on my ipod typing this because windows freezes on the loading screen abd there is a fuzzy bar that appears along top of my display. Looks like that snow you get when u had not signal back in the days on your tv.

I boot again and it tells me windows is going to repair problems, after which it tells me to rebooy. Samw thing happens, windows frozen on load screan with that weird bar uptop. Wth is going on?
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Try resetting your CMOS and also check to make sure all cables are completely plugged in.
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Try resetting your CMOS and also check to make sure all cables are completely plugged in.

Unplugged my ssd and plugged it back in.

I loaded up failsafe defaults in bios, froze again. I manually restarted and same message poped up saying there is some new hardware and i can either choose to repair windows or boot normally. Normal boot it freezes, if i repair, it freezes after it reboots.

So i press the clear CMOS button on back of my case. Then i chose defaults when it prompted me to choose on post error screen. Same thing

Freezes righ at the very second windows load screen appears with that gray bar along the top of the display.

Im royally confused.
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post #50 of 72
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Originally Posted by humpmasterflex1 View Post
Unplugged my ssd and plugged it back in.

I loaded up failsafe defaults in bios, froze again. I manually restarted and same message poped up saying there is some new hardware and i can either choose to repair windows or boot normally. Normal boot it freezes, if i repair, it freezes after it reboots.

So i press the clear CMOS button on back of my case. Then i chose defaults when it prompted me to choose on post error screen. Same thing

Freezes righ at the very second windows load screen appears with that gray bar along the top of the display.

Im royally confused.
Are you SATA settings the same? AHCI, ATA/IDE, RAID?

Make sure they are correct.
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