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Just did a quick AS5 apply to the die to fire my rig back up and make sure my CPU wasn't dead haha. All good on that front and after a quick run on IBT looks like temps are down about 8-9C. Hopefully they get go down even more after applying CLP to both the die and IHS. Also going to lap the IHS tonight so I'll check back in late tonight. Gotta get some food in me for now haha.
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Just did a quick AS5 apply to the die to fire my rig back up and make sure my CPU wasn't dead haha. All good on that front and after a quick run on IBT looks like temps are down about 8-9C. Hopefully they get go down even more after applying CLP to both the die and IHS. Also going to lap the IHS tonight so I'll check back in late tonight. Gotta get some food in me for now haha.

Awesome and congrats! Look forward to seeing the results.
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well heres 15 mins prime, 10run IBT and quick gaming session stable.....thats as far as im going to get on this cooler.

Has anyone ever seen/used this stuff? Its all i got, and theres an h100 on kids computer thats mine wink.gif

It says "ZP HEATSINK COMPOUNDS" on it and has a rating of 1.22W/m.k.
EDIT: also has label on bag from memory express, says "Elite S Silver Thermal Comp. 0.5g"
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Yeah 10.53 @ 5.2 GHz is my best
yeah, now I remember, I still have to try beating you biggrin.gif ... however it seems that my chip would take around 1.67v to be stable at 5.2GHz under Cinebench ... not so eager to try that out anytime soon ... unless I could drop the ambient room temps to like 13C ... kinda hard to do in an apartment without heating control (building central heating in order).
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Could eist be causing the crashes? Does anyone think Intel will exchange this dodgy voltage chip?
I doubt it is EIST really causing the crashes at such clock... but by all means try switching to a fixed vcore and disable EIST, C1E and all C states and see if it gets any better (it could).
Intel will replace anything if you buy the Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan at $25 (kicks in after 30 days from purchase) and request a replacement under that Performance Tuning warranty... however last time I did that I received the worst possible clocker chip ever LOL! wink.gif

you could be better off buying a n ewone in Microcenter and selling the old one on ebay. Microcenter takes returns for exchange for 30 days if you want some binning wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ripsaw View Post

well heres 15 mins prime, 10run IBT and quick gaming session stable.....thats as far as im going to get on this cooler.

Has anyone ever seen/used this stuff? Its all i got, and theres an h100 on kids computer thats mine wink.gif

It says "ZP HEATSINK COMPOUNDS" on it and has a rating of 1.22W/m.k.
EDIT: also has label on bag from memory express, says "Elite S Silver Thermal Comp. 0.5g"

1.22W/mk is pretty bad, that is like thermal tape. Most TIM is about 8 W/mk or so (I think).
Wouldn't be a bad idea to get some new stuff.
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

yeah, now I remember, I still have to try beating you biggrin.gif ... however it seems that my chip would take around 1.67v to be stable at 5.2GHz under Cinebench ... not so eager to try that out anytime soon ... unless I could drop the ambient room temps to like 13C ... kinda hard to do in an apartment without heating control (building central heating in order).
I doubt it is EIST really causing the crashes at such clock... but by all means try switching to a fixed vcore and disable EIST, C1E and all C states and see if it gets any better (it could).
Intel will replace anything if you buy the Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan at $25 (kicks in after 30 days from purchase) and request a replacement under that Performance Tuning warranty... however last time I did that I received the worst possible clocker chip ever LOL! wink.gif
you could be better off buying a n ewone in Microcenter and selling the old one on ebay. Microcenter takes returns for exchange for 30 days if you want some binning wink.gif

Lucky US guys with microcenter, most of the world can't go there easily...
    
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1.22W/mk is pretty bad, that is like thermal tape. Most TIM is about 8 W/mk or so (I think).
Wouldn't be a bad idea to get some new stuff.
Lucky US guys with microcenter, most of the world can't go there easily...

Lol there is a micro center like 5 minutes from me right now at work (Cambridge,mass)
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

yeah, now I remember, I still have to try beating you biggrin.gif ... however it seems that my chip would take around 1.67v to be stable at 5.2GHz under Cinebench ... not so eager to try that out anytime soon ... unless I could drop the ambient room temps to like 13C ... kinda hard to do in an apartment without heating control (building central heating in order).
I doubt it is EIST really causing the crashes at such clock... but by all means try switching to a fixed vcore and disable EIST, C1E and all C states and see if it gets any better (it could).
Intel will replace anything if you buy the Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan at $25 (kicks in after 30 days from purchase) and request a replacement under that Performance Tuning warranty... however last time I did that I received the worst possible clocker chip ever LOL! wink.gif
you could be better off buying a n ewone in Microcenter and selling the old one on ebay. Microcenter takes returns for exchange for 30 days if you want some binning wink.gif
Alas, no microcenter for me, im in canada outside a smaller city (400,000). PTP is probably my best option. It just kinda sucks, I've been saving for 3 months for this processor! Oh well stock clocks are still faster than anything i've ever owned. Wish i had some quality TIM around here, might try that ZP stuff on h100 later...see how it goes....Rubber band mounting of liquid cooler, anyone?
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I don't know how often you guys like doing trips to USA, but Fry's pricematches Microcenter. There is no Microcenter in Washington state, but surely there is Fry's in Renton, WA, 2.5hrs drive from Vancouver, BC wink.gif
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

1.22W/mk is pretty bad, that is like thermal tape. Most TIM is about 8 W/mk or so (I think).
Wouldn't be a bad idea to get some new stuff.
Lucky US guys with microcenter, most of the world can't go there easily...
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Alas, no microcenter for me, im in canada outside a smaller city (400,000). PTP is probably my best option. It just kinda sucks, I've been saving for 3 months for this processor! Oh well stock clocks are still faster than anything i've ever owned. Wish i had some quality TIM around here, might try that ZP stuff on h100 later...see how it goes....Rubber band mounting of liquid cooler, anyone?
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I don't know how often you guys like doing trips to USA, but Fry's pricematches Microcenter. There is no Microcenter in Washington state, but surely there is Fry's in Renton, WA, 2.5hrs drive from Vancouver, BC wink.gif
Ya that's a 4 1/2 hour drive for me, plus hour forty five ferry ride, plus i have no vehicle right now. We do have NCIX in vancouver though. Thats still a 3-4 hour bus ride + 1:45 ferry trip = return trip of 12-14 hours...maybe after christmas, and if i can sell this thing for decent price. biggrin.gif
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This is the tool (the little one) that I used to get the adhesive glue off the PCB and IHS. It was so incredibly easy with this this tool (and a little IPA) I couldn't believe it. Anyone looking to delid that wants to make it really easy on themselves I highly recommend it. Both the large and small one have tons of other uses for around the house as well.
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