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Originally Posted by JollyMan View Post

Are you serious? Because if you are then, No, you're processor is not running that cool. It is physically impossible to water cool below ambient room temperatures, especially a ridiculous 10*c below ambient. Its physics.
stop trolling.

:lachen.gif: You should read more rolleyes.gif Especially around that link in the middle of my sig tongue.gif
 
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5~6C improvement ??? Lol or em i missing something ...if this is all you can get from your mod....,not worth it

Really? I haven't seen anyone get that low temp on water at that voltage/clock. (last pic) At that rate, you would have headroom to get 4.5 - 4.6 and keep temps respectable. Those are the temps I was expecting with IB, not freaking 80C.
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I hope the Q6600 is welded around the IHS too cause I cant cut through more than about 2mm with a Stanley razor.
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:lachen.gif: You should read more rolleyes.gif Especially around that link in the middle of my sig tongue.gif

thats interesting and i have no idea how that actually works but youre still trolling and its still impossible to get sub ambient through conventional water and air cooling.
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I just modded my cpu.. direct die cooling with EK HF-Supreme...

sooo goooooood!

49C max hottest core stock.. i'd get getting 60's at least before... now more volts time!

ps. im still shaking.. was so nervous and thought i scratched top of wafer =/

edit:
IBT and prime 95 @ 4.5ghz.. auto everything in bios.. volts ended up being 1.38-1.4 on auto.. will adjust later. Just seeing temps.. would have been 95C+ before.. so amazing

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I just modded my cpu.. direct die cooling with EK HF-Supreme...

sooo goooooood!

49C max hottest core stock.. i'd get getting 60's at least before... now more volts time!

ps. im still shaking.. was so nervous and thought i scratched top of wafer =/

edit:
IBT and prime 95 @ 4.5ghz.. auto everything in bios.. volts ended up being 1.38-1.4 on auto.. will adjust later. Just seeing temps.. would have been 95C+ before.. so amazing

b0LT6l.jpg
ojfxrl.jpg

How did you do the direct die cooling? Some photos would be appreciated
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Originally Posted by DisposableHero View Post

I just modded my cpu.. direct die cooling with EK HF-Supreme...

sooo goooooood!

49C max hottest core stock.. i'd get getting 60's at least before... now more volts time!

ps. im still shaking.. was so nervous and thought i scratched top of wafer =/

edit:
IBT and prime 95 @ 4.5ghz.. auto everything in bios.. volts ended up being 1.38-1.4 on auto.. will adjust later. Just seeing temps.. would have been 95C+ before.. so amazing

b0LT6l.jpg
ojfxrl.jpg

How did you do the direct die cooling? Some photos would be appreciated
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Yeah uhh.. I think you should have recorded something before the test, but good job anyway.

What are the screenshots about? wth.gif
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Nicely done DisposableHero, very nicely done thumb.gif

Its good to know that there are people out there who are gutsy enough to put their chips (as it were) on the line to see if this indeed is the root cause of the excessive heat build-up.

Mission accomplished, I'd say biggrin.gif
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Done this morning, somone can confirm it's everything okay with the surface? i can't try the mod until friday frown.gif

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