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I'm running a Zalman CNPS9500A LED at max fan speed without speed controller (2500rpms in BIOS), I will be using IX under my Supremacy. Remember that I'm using the iGPU so you would expect my temps to drop further, right?

yes smile.gif
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if your using the chip's graphics then you dont need 2 560 rads.......one thick 560 will do very nicely. but it is your build remember you can't get colder than ambient temps.

I'll be adding two high-end Nvidia graphics cards maybe three, full coverage motherboard water blocks and of course the EK Supremacy. I wanted to over rad my loop so I can have the capability to go ultra quiet, or max for benching! biggrin.gif

I swear by that super thin double sided blade, it didn't even bend the PCB when going into the corners, even though it bends easily, once under the IHS it has little chance of scraping the PCB!
Edited by Systemlord - 10/29/12 at 2:23am
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If i have a contact problem between die and ihs, do you think lapping the IHS lip that contacts the PCB would help any? Just a thought i read on another forum.

i still think its something else that messes up your temps..


i mean, you tried it more then once to reseat, no gain, nothing changed..
try find out if block or ihs is concave or not ..

with the adhesive gone, the ihs should rest on the die,
it can even spin freely on the die , like you see with my avatar,
you said it looked good when you got it off again the first time,
tim on the inside ihs , and contact with die..

srry, have to ask, what lip exactly?
Edited by VonDutch - 10/29/12 at 2:34am
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I swear by that super thin double sided blade, it didn't even bend the PCB when going into the corners, even though it bends easily, once under the IHS it has little chance of scraping the PCB!

pic of the blade would be helpful smile.gif
im a visual guy ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 10/29/12 at 2:39am
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If i have a contact problem between die and ihs, do you think lapping the IHS lip that contacts the PCB would help any? Just a thought i read on another forum.

Not sure that is good for the die, but if yours is able to move easily (or not) should give you an indication on how much space you have in there. Also, you could get electronic calipers and do the math. LOTS of space is bad, but don’t go overboard with lapping or else you will crush the die when you apply pressure with your Heat Sink/Water Block.
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I havent checked if the ihs spin freely on the die tbh, but yes, even the first time i applyed LP the contact seemed to be fine. I have to check if the ihs is flat. As far as i remember raystorm blocks have a little bow at the middle to have better contact with the cpu, but i m not 100% sure.
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pic of the blade would be helpful smile.gif

Bought ten blades at CVS Pharmacy. wink.gif


Edited by Systemlord - 10/29/12 at 2:40am
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I didnt think of it till after I cut the ever living **** out of my fingers, but put dome duct tape on the side not used for seperation to remove the risk to your typing digits.
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I didnt think of it till after I cut the ever living **** out of my fingers, but put dome duct tape on the side not used for seperation to remove the risk to your typing digits.

If you pinch tightly with both thumbs and work slowly you shouldn't loose any finger tips!
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K, well good luck with it then.
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