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Well cant say anything about x79, extreme will always be extreme. However, the sandy owners give the usual "heat from ivy limits the oc and therefore makes up for the 20% gain, but this club basically prooves ivy cools better than sandy with a delid and good tim.
And amd owners just say their chips dont bottleneck high end gpus and are better at multithreaded tasks, but the reality is they all suck lmao.
I have a Phenom II X4 955BE with my 7970, and in Sleeping dogs i saw about a 5fps gain from when i changed to Intel, it's not as bad as people make it out to be.
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I have a Phenom II X4 955BE with my 7970, and in Sleeping dogs i saw about a 5fps gain from when i changed to Intel, it's not as bad as people make it out to be.

Sleeping dogs is a horribly optimized game, we went over it 100x in the 690 club, both cpu and gpu. And I also had that exact cpu, and I saw a massive difference. Also, we were referring to mostly bulldozer and piledriver, which most can agree was a train wreck.
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Sleeping dogs is a horribly optimized game, we went over it 100x in the 690 club, both cpu and gpu. And I also had that exact cpu, and I saw a massive difference. Also, we were referring to mostly bulldozer and piledriver, which most can agree was a train wreck.
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Sleeping dogs is a horribly optimized game, we went over it 100x in the 690 club, both cpu and gpu. And I also had that exact cpu, and I saw a massive difference. Also, we were referring to mostly bulldozer and piledriver, which most can agree was a train wreck.
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Sleeping dogs is a horribly optimized game, we went over it 100x in the 690 club, both cpu and gpu. And I also had that exact cpu, and I saw a massive difference. Also, we were referring to mostly bulldozer and piledriver, which most can agree was a train wreck.
Yeah it was a train wreck, but as i stated when Gaming there is not a huge difference in the processor as long as it has the right amount of cores you're fine.
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Yeah it was a train wreck, but as i stated when Gaming there is not a huge difference in the processor as long as it has the right amount of cores you're fine.

I think that really depends on the game. And it certainly has nothing to do with the number of cores. Barely any games are multithreaded at all. But I used to have a 1090t with crossfire. While, in some games, it worked perfectly fine, there were plenty of times where it was completely choked by either it's ability to handle multiple GPUs or it's single core performance.

It all depends on the game. While a lot of games will get by just fine on AMD there are some exceptions and a lot of the time you will notice a HUGE difference although often it is from something like 60 FPS to 100 FPS or so and then it's not going to be noticed by the end user anyway.
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Getting a tiny little bit nervous about my upcoming delid, I sure hope I don't mess up my cpu in the process ^^
Just two quick questions:

- I've heard CL Liquid pro is the best TIM to apply under the IHS, and I've got some coming in by the weekend, but how about on top? Is the liquid pro still the top choice there?

- Considering I'll be using the liquid pro, would it be worth it to lap the IHS and my NH-D14, or would that probably not make any real difference temperature-wise?

Thanks!
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Getting a tiny little bit nervous about my upcoming delid, I sure hope I don't mess up my cpu in the process ^^
Just two quick questions:
- I've heard CL Liquid pro is the best TIM to apply under the IHS, and I've got some coming in by the weekend, but how about on top? Is the liquid pro still the top choice there?
- Considering I'll be using the liquid pro, would it be worth it to lap the IHS and my NH-D14, or would that probably not make any real difference temperature-wise?
Thanks!

I use Indigo Xtreme on my IHS. But as long as the tim has high w/mk you will be fine. I would want cl on top as its a pain in the rear to clean off. Requiring sanding (dependent on the person and application size). Don't worry about the D14s butt. It will be about as flat as can be. The IHS is the issue here. So just lap that nice and good. The IHSMs really don't need to be mirror finish a little bit of scratchyness to it makes it better actually. Or atleast it seems that way to me.

Good luck! thumb.gif
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I use Indigo Xtreme on my IHS. But as long as the tim has high w/mk you will be fine. I would want cl on top as its a pain in the rear to clean off. Requiring sanding (dependent on the person and application size). Don't worry about the D14s butt. It will be about as flat as can be. The IHS is the issue here. So just lap that nice and good. The IHSMs really don't need to be mirror finish a little bit of scratchyness to it makes it better actually. Or atleast it seems that way to me.
Good luck! thumb.gif

Although it is a pain to clean, I don't think it's actually necessary since the residue from the Pro is supposed to enhance the surface for other TIMs anyway. But yes, I would say do not use the CL Pro on top unless you are lapped. I made the mistake of using the Ultra, which is thicker, on an unlapped IHS and it gave worse temperatures than stock paste did by 30c or so.
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Okay, I've got some leftover Noctua NT-H1 I could use on top, sounds like I'm best off using that one then, right?
I might just end up lapping my IHS, sure it's a bit of extra work, but I'm sure it wouldn't hurt my temperatures.
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Okay, I've got some leftover Noctua NT-H1 I could use on top, sounds like I'm best off using that one then, right?
I might just end up lapping my IHS, sure it's a bit of extra work, but I'm sure it wouldn't hurt my temperatures.

Plus, if you lap it then you can use CL Pro. It might not get you more than maybe a couple of degrees, but every bit helps! Also, if you by any chance have a horizontally mounted motherboard you could go direct-die mount if you're feeling brave! wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

I use Indigo Xtreme on my IHS. But as long as the tim has high w/mk you will be fine. I would want cl on top as its a pain in the rear to clean off. Requiring sanding (dependent on the person and application size). Don't worry about the D14s butt. It will be about as flat as can be. The IHS is the issue here. So just lap that nice and good. The IHSMs really don't need to be mirror finish a little bit of scratchyness to it makes it better actually. Or atleast it seems that way to me.
Good luck! thumb.gif

Hey did we ever figure out if the inside of the IHS should be lapped? Of course you'd have to sand down the lip around the outside then lap it. But wonder has anyone of us done that?
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