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Got about a 13.75°C average drop! Used MX-2 on both the die and IHS.

Before: 76 - 89 - 83 - 78



After: 62 - 71 - 71 - 67

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I was just going to try MX-4 for both, but I think I will see better drops with Cool Lab Pro. I need this chip running for the Folding Wars so I may have to do the MX-4
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Originally Posted by kzim9 View Post

I was just going to try MX-4 for both, but I think I will see better drops with Cool Lab Pro. I need this chip running for the Folding Wars so I may have to do the MX-4
Yup same here I am getting ready for it man. whats funny is that I can fold at 4.5 Ghz easily and be at 50 C with just pk-3 on my die and my IHs. I have Indigo Xtreme ready for when I have time to be DIY lol.
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i hate my i5 3570k/ it runs so hot and my NH-d14 isn't even getting warm. I even tried opening my side panel and tried touching the heatpipes close to the cpu and it's not even warm rolleyes.gif

im running prime95 right now. 4.5ghz @ 1.28v and 5 minutes in my hottest core maxed out already at 90 degrees (the rest are low 80's). what is the safe temperature for stress testing anyway? I'm getting really frustrated I'm really considering delidding this stupid thing
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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post

i hate my i5 3570k/ it runs so hot and my NH-d14 isn't even getting warm. I even tried opening my side panel and tried touching the heatpipes close to the cpu and it's not even warm rolleyes.gif
im running prime95 right now. 4.5ghz @ 1.28v and 5 minutes in my hottest core maxed out already at 90 degrees (the rest are low 80's). what is the safe temperature for stress testing anyway? I'm getting really frustrated I'm really considering delidding this stupid thing

Yeah, I'm in a similar boat except my 3570k is a bit less superior to yours.
My $100 SB-E doesn't even get warm.. I can turn the fans off and it only gains a few c in temps. I can do 4.4GHz at 1.31c and de-lidding will lower this because the core operates better at lower temps.. It depends how badly it has been TIM'd to the IHS.
 
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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post

i hate my i5 3570k/ it runs so hot and my NH-d14 isn't even getting warm. I even tried opening my side panel and tried touching the heatpipes close to the cpu and it's not even warm rolleyes.gif
im running prime95 right now. 4.5ghz @ 1.28v and 5 minutes in my hottest core maxed out already at 90 degrees (the rest are low 80's). what is the safe temperature for stress testing anyway? I'm getting really frustrated I'm really considering delidding this stupid thing

I say just do it. I also have a NH-D14 and was dumbfounded how hot mine got before. Now I'm within comfortable levels and have a little room for more if I ever need wish to.
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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post

i hate my i5 3570k/ it runs so hot and my NH-d14 isn't even getting warm. I even tried opening my side panel and tried touching the heatpipes close to the cpu and it's not even warm rolleyes.gif
im running prime95 right now. 4.5ghz @ 1.28v and 5 minutes in my hottest core maxed out already at 90 degrees (the rest are low 80's). what is the safe temperature for stress testing anyway? I'm getting really frustrated I'm really considering delidding this stupid thing

Keep in mind your heat from the cores can't reach the heatsink because of one reason. the amount of TIM on the die and the crapiness of the die. when the bad stuff is gone and better stuff is in....you will feel the heat then. Your IHS is basically locking it in lol.
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encourage me more please. I'm this close in doing it right now. ima create a thread just to even out the playing field for the adventurous enthusaists and the conservative ones lol
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Really considering this for the holidays.. I'm new to anything like this at all.
I'd love to test it on an older CPU.. But I don't have any TIM ones, they're all soldered I think.
I've got two E2140's and access to some form of Celeron, and some other E6xxx CPU's if I really need to, are any of these TIM'd..?

775 celerons are glued...I think, if they are single core ones ofc.
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Keep in mind your heat from the cores can't reach the heatsink because of one reason. the amount of TIM on the die and the crapiness of the die. when the bad stuff is gone and better stuff is in....you will feel the heat then. Your IHS is basically locking it in lol.

QFT
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encourage me more please. I'm this close in doing it right now. ima create a thread just to even out the playing field for the adventurous enthusaists and the conservative ones lol



How about that? does that make you want to do it?

or maybe this one...


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