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I think AS5 have 200 hours of curing time.

http://www.arcticsilver.com/as5.htm
Edited by Nethermir - 5/30/11 at 4:54pm
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it does , doesnt make much of a difference though . maybe 1-3c after time .. U wont notice the drop in real time anyways .
    
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Originally Posted by sausageson View Post
Im not sure about the AS5 thermal paste and if it has a curing time, but I think your temps seem a little high. My 2500k is OC to 4.5ghz with autovoltages and after 24 hours of prime 95 my temps don't go above 48C. I have a 212+ as well and I am using a pull/push format. I am using the coolermaster thermal paste that came with the cooler.
How did you apply your thermal paste?

From what I've read most people aren't noticing a lot of difference before and after the curing time.
    
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Those temps are very good .. anything higher than 80c is dangerous for the cpu , once the as5 cures it will go down 2-3c .

I think u know ur temps are fine , u just wanted to show them off lol .

SB chips run cool , take it higher .. i would , aslong as its under 80c all the time there wont be any problems .
Lol from what i've heard those are on the higher side, ppl are getting those temps are like 4.8ghz. From what i've seen most ppl are getting sub 60's with 4.3
    
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Lol from what i've heard those are on the higher side, ppl are getting those temps are like 4.8ghz. From what i've seen most ppl are getting sub 60's with 4.3
there have been a few submissions in my club with those similiar overclocks, take a look at it as a small reference as to what you should be getting. Obviously ambient temps make a difference so it may not be as acccurate as others.

Check the sandy stable club, link in my sig

EDIT: All submissions followed a 12hour minimum prime blend.
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there have been a few submissions in my club with those similiar overclocks, take a look at it as a small reference as to what you should be getting. Obviously ambient temps make a difference so it may not be as acccurate as others.

Check the sandy stable club, link in my sig

EDIT: All submissions followed a 12hour minimum prime blend.
Ok cool thanks very much. Also Im having trouble calibrating real temp. Do you know of any guides or instructions for doing this with sandy bridge?
    
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Ok cool thanks very much. Also Im having trouble calibrating real temp. Do you know of any guides or instructions for doing this with sandy bridge?
calibrating?? umm I just downloaded and run the exe file.
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yeah its weird it doesn't display the i5-2500k and the mhz its at. lol Im not sure why.
    
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