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post #11 of 40
thats still high. Did u apply TIM properly cuz with the hyper 212 i think u apply it on the cooler in strips not a little blob on the CPU
    
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post #12 of 40
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as far as I know yes, I put a little bit on the heatsink at a time and used a business card to smooth it out till it was thin.
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post #13 of 40
lol no
u are supposed to apply it in strips for the hyper 212
its in the manual (but ofc nobody reads it biggrin.gif )
    
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post #14 of 40
the "Auto" setting for voltage will automatically scale higher with the frequency. You have to manually set it to the stock voltage for it to stay there when the CPU is overclocked.
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the "Auto" setting for voltage will automatically scale higher with the frequency. You have to manually set it to the stock voltage for it to stay there when the CPU is overclocked.
this and he applied TIM wrong on the hyper 212
    
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post #16 of 40
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well my voltage is at 1.25, and I think I did a good job of applaying the thermal paste to the heatsink but I guess I could be wrong
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post #17 of 40
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so what, do I need to clean all the paste off and start over or?

by the way I just looked @ the hyper 212 evo guide and it says " apply a thin layer of thermal grease on to the surface of the cooler base " and shows a picture (not strips) just saying... and for some reason I can't get higher than 66c in prime95 now. idk what is going on rolleyes.gif

well this is getting stranger and stranger, temps just got lower again (don't know how) 338
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post #18 of 40
what's your TIM, AS5?
post #19 of 40
What exactly do you mean that 'it can move slightly'? What are the tolerances? Does it move from side to side or towards and away from the CPU?
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yes arctic silver. and it's firmly ontop of the socket, it can rotate on its pivot point slightly, like not wobbling it can just slightly twist.... I watched some videos earlier on installing it, and that seems to be normal...
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