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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

just noticed, you use a XSPC Raystorm ?
man, you should see a great temp drop with that..
dont give up..
lets assume you got it right this time, the contact between die and ihs,
could it be the contact between the ihs and your cooler?

I am right there with you. i dont want t give up but i have no clue what to do ftom here. I fold right now at 4.32ghz@1.15v (22C ambient) and my temps are 68-70C and the only thing i can think right now is to throw it to the wall. You have (damn cpu) a dedicated high end wc setup ffs mad.gif
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I used my finger nails and 91% isoproply alcohol on the PCB.

Yip thats the way to do it.
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I am right there with you. i dont want t give up but i have no clue what to do ftom here. I fold right now at 4.32ghz@1.15v (22C ambient) and my temps are 68-70C and the only thing i can think right now is to throw it to the wall. You have (damn cpu) a dedicated high end wc setup ffs mad.gif
I would take a break from it and come back to it and try it again in a little while after you relaxed. you may see something after that you didn't see before.
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I used my finger nails and 91% isoproply alcohol on the PCB.

i didnt even touch it, but used my

worked for me ...LOL thumb.gif
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I am right there with you. i dont want t give up but i have no clue what to do from here. I fold right now at 4.32ghz@1.15v (22C ambient) and my temps are 68-70C and the only thing i can think right now is to throw it to the wall. You have (damn cpu) a dedicated high end wc setup ffs mad.gif

It would be more helpful with pictures, you must be doing something wrong with low volts for such a small overclock. Even if you were air cooling I'd expect better results! My ambient is a bit higher than yours (air cooling) and I'm at 4.5GHz with 1.28 Vcore and your temps are only a tiny bit lower than mine.
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@ Von lmao
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So what's the consensus with everyone on that pumping effect, did they ever say which TIM is causing it and if any users experience it with Coollaboratory Liquid Pro? I plan on delidding in the next couple of days and want to get as much info as possible before my attempted!
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So what's the consensus with everyone on that pumping effect, did they ever say which TIM is causing it and if any users experience it with Coollaboratory Liquid Pro? I plan on delidding in the next couple of days and want to get as much info as possible before my attempted!

Im using LP and have not had this issue. I do not see how a Pure metal tim can pump tho.
    
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Sorry guys my phone doesn't like me doing multi quotes so here goes lol. Okay. For the guy with the xspc kit having heat issues please supply us pictures this is a great and easy way for us to diagnos this issues. I wanna bet that it is your IHS itself honestly. If it is really concave or anything it doesn't mater what you do to it unless you lap that baby down. Also in word to that with the black glue I just thought of a way to avoid using our nails and such to get the stuff off of the pcb. We could just lap the standing part of the IHS really really good and shave it down making the middle actually support all of the weight like it is in VonDutchs avatar. This would avoid the hassle and make better contact along with lapping the bottom and top of the IHS.

Okay for the "crew" lol I like that name idea the more I hear it what you guys think??

Ohh another idea for the xspc guy. What tim are you using on the IHS? That could be limmiting you as well. But I truly think its your IHS being the unnatural shape and such. Keep these questions coming! I shall answerz themz allz! tongue.gif
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Raystorm guy: push your chip man!! What the...?
You'll never see big differences on a 4.3 1.15v oc! Trust me. It's like comparing heatsinks with low tdp cpu's, you need an i7 950 to see a difference.
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