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Thank you sir! I can't wait for them!
?? Wha?
#hat he said. The heatsink are made almost perfectly flat. About as close as you can get honestly for mass production.

I meant that YOUR kit (psc x-based IC) can more than likely run cl7 at 2400mhz with 1.75v or 1.8v perhaps.
That completely beats the new 2666mhz c10 kits for superpi and most benches, like maxxmem. Overall, except in latency perhaps...
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I meant that YOUR kit (psc x-based IC) can more than likely run cl7 at 2400mhz with 1.75v or 1.8v perhaps.
That completely beats the new 2666mhz c10 kits for superpi and most benches, like maxxmem. Overall, except in latency perhaps...

That's why im so excited for them!
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Hehehe, shame you can no longer find those easily...same as the Hypers, they don't make them anymore. rolleyes.gif
Samsung is getting some nice IC's lately too, same as Hynix, so perhaps we might see some better bins in the future. Who knows?
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After reading many pages of this club, what is the best TIM to be used for the die and IHS? I'm thinking either Liquid Pro or Ultra...
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After reading many pages of this club, what is the best TIM to be used for the die and IHS? I'm thinking either Liquid Pro or Ultra...
Everybody is saying liquid pro or ultra, BUT
I looked in some my ASrock box and found TIM that came with it called GELID GC Extreme, Apparently it's good for overclocking and sub zero temps. I have seen a 20-30C drop on cores using this.
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Everybody is saying liquid pro or ultra, BUT
I looked in some my ASrock box and found TIM that came with it called GELID GC Extreme, Apparently it's good for overclocking and sub zero temps. I have seen a 20-30C drop on cores using this.
That TIM has got good revirw a from what I have seen.
post #3548 of 33796
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Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post

That TIM has got good reviews from what I have seen.
Yeah i didn't read the reviews but i decided to give it a try, and it's awesome, it's smooth and easy to remove, not like ultra and pro rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post

Everybody is saying liquid pro or ultra, BUT
I looked in some my ASrock box and found TIM that came with it called GELID GC Extreme, Apparently it's good for overclocking and sub zero temps. I have seen a 20-30C drop on cores using this.

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Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post

That TIM has got good revirw a from what I have seen.

That stuff is a must for Ln2 cooling.
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Originally Posted by Axehand View Post

After reading many pages of this club, what is the best TIM to be used for the die and IHS? I'm thinking either Liquid Pro or Ultra...

Pro on the die and IX on the IHS that's what I use.
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