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post #21 of 45
hey guys AM2's are soldered on, no if ands or butts they are
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Yes they are, if you heat them above 100F the solder will melt but you wont get a '****' kinda OC with it, especially with the risk of crushing the core
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Can you tell me how the stock hs/f will crush the die if there is a gap, the base of the hs/f doesn't even touch the die because the ihs has a certain hight and you loose that when you remove the ihs, also you cant keep the retaining bracket that is you most people either have a big typhoon, W/C or phase
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Mine has a small hamster powering my PC
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post #25 of 45
I might just add in if it says something else than 2001 on the IHS, it is soldered on.
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Can you tell me how the stock hs/f will crush the die if there is a gap, the base of the hs/f doesn't even touch the die because the ihs has a certain hight and you loose that when you remove the ihs, also you cant keep the retaining bracket that is you most people either have a big typhoon, W/C or phase
That is what i tought but after seeing what my brother did to his FX-64... i would never use a stock HS/F on a Exposed die ever.

there is alot of tension and that clip is made for a CPU with a IHS, you are right if the DIE is to low you wont have any contact but if its to high.. yeah. My stock one has a cut along that side so it could work i gess.
you can try this
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Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
Layer black electricians tape across 2 ends up to the top height of the die then trim off excess with a pair of scissors..
If you are useing a stock HS/F then you should get a good cooler before you try getting your temps lower
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post #27 of 45
If you are useing a stock HS/F then you should get a good cooler before you try getting your temps lower [/quote]

LOL ....No Buddy I was just saying that is how you can make a shim for your naked core...I use Star-Brite liquid electrical tape to...You just build it up to the height of your bare core....It helps to keep you from crushing or chipping the core...
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post #28 of 45
heres what I did on my Lidless Opty 148...

The lid was already off when I received it...If you attempt to remove the lid..look at a lidless cpu and then with a Exacto knife ($.99 at the dollar store) put a piece of tape 3/16 up from the end of the blade.... this will act as a marker to help you from putting the blade in to far and posibly slicing of any of the capacitors around the core....

once you get the IHS off clean it well....I use Q-tips and 1st Goo-Gone and then I follow with 95% alcohol and clean it several times...

Next I used a Thermalright XP-90 cooler... as I already had this and it was the easiest to mod...

1st remove the screws holding the retension clips on... remove the clips...place small washers between the clips and the base of the heatsink...

I used Rivet washers from Menards (or any hardware depot) and I also got longer screws for the retension clips....

The rivet washers are small but rather thick...2 of these pretty much equal the thickness of the IHS cover....

I also had a old XP-cpu that I removed the rubber bumpers from and placed them at the end of the lidless cpu...(these can also be found at a home depot store or good ole' wal-mart)

after a good cleaning I slapped it all together just like puting a H/S on a socket A... about 20 minutes time for the whole deal...

I only saw load temps of 46c with prime loaded with AS5... I usually prefer Nanotherm silver over AS5 but I wanted to try something different...

latter I plan on trying the Shin-Etsu I have...I usually see another 2c drop with that...

this is on my 148 CABYE running 300x10 at 1.400+110% vcore
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I have a 3000+ is it worth the risk of core death with my xp120?
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post #30 of 45
depends...usually the reason for going nekked it to get that little bit more out of the cpu...if mine wasnt nekked I would have left the lid on... it hit 3169 with the lid on or off... only difference was 2c drop in temps...
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