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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Good call..you can test the h100i for us too xD
Curious to see how it performs. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by DirektEffekt View Post

It's quite possible that the stock cooler is convex to accommodate the concave IHS so you may have done nothing wrong. Just wait until you get a real cooler to judge. thumb.gif

Lol I just hope I didn't break it in my inpatients. Friday come faster... If either the H80i or 100i aren't on sale I'll be moderately upset lol... My only reasoning in choosing them over the older models is the corsair link being built in and thicker tubes. tongue.gif but after a few weeks I'll be cutting them open anyways tongue.gif
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Lol I just hope I didn't break it in my inpatients. Friday come faster... If either the H80i or 100i aren't on sale I'll be moderately upset lol... My only reasoning in choosing them over the older models is the corsair link being built in and thicker tubes. tongue.gif but after a few weeks I'll be cutting them open anyways tongue.gif

What will you be cutting open??
I think the link built in should have been there in the first place, like Antec kuhlers...
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

What will you be cutting open??
I think the link built in should have been there in the first place, like Antec kuhlers...

The tubes in the cooler. the block is goign to be used for something tongue.gif I don't think the Antec 620's have them though which is the only antec version I have.

i missed out kuz I bought 2 H40's and 1 620 for my build a few days before the h100i was announced frown.gif
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

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?

Honestly I think if you take the lip right off....that will be bad. All that pressure will be right on the die. You gotta take it easy guys. You have one IHS..... that's it!
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Originally Posted by JQuantum View Post

sighs, i wanna go to home hardware and grab some sand paper... yet I dont' want to leave the house +_+ lol.
laziness oh how I loathe thee.. sighs.

Ohh thiy laziness why you make it so easy!
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What will you be cutting open??
I think the link built in should have been there in the first place, like Antec kuhlers...

I think the hoses? No idea lol tongue.gif
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Honestly I think if you take the lip right off....that will be bad. All that pressure will be right on the die. You gotta take it easy guys. You have one IHS..... that's it!

This is what I think too. If you take the lip off you may as well run it direct die since I can't see the risk being much, if any, different and you'd get better temps with direct contact!
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post #3486 of 33835
I'm not so sure about that, cause the ihs can spin freely on the die with the lip there.
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what's the point of taking the lip off and lapping the whole IHS if the lip doesn't normally sit directly on the PCB ... (you can spin it on the die if glue is removed) ... either lap the IHS and keep it there or remove it altogether running cooling block directly on the die and don't bother removing the lip! just my 2 cents biggrin.gif
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Remember the pcb bends a bit guys. So if the lip is their it WILL touch the pcb due to the pressure providing The best best contact. With no contact on the pcb it will put all pressure on the die. Sonda took lots of time to get his pressure just right on his die.
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

what's the point of taking the lip off and lapping the whole IHS if the lip doesn't normally sit directly on the PCB ... (you can spin it on the die if glue is removed) ... either lap the IHS and keep it there or remove it altogether running cooling block directly on the die and don't bother removing the lip! just my 2 cents biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Remember the pcb bends a bit guys. So if the lip is their it WILL touch the pcb due to the pressure providing The best best contact. With no contact on the pcb it will put all pressure on the die. Sonda took lots of time to get his pressure just right on his die.


Was thinking that too, looks like a got my answer
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