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Clearly that is impossible sir, your body tries as best as it can to maintain homeostasis (thermoregulation) to prevent shock. Injecting a heavy metal such as Liquid pro will likely result in major brain damage. Lol.

And now we get a Biology lesson too. I would think CLP in your body would also cause issues at Airports , going to get rubber gloved a lot..
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It gets lonely at times...you can always go to the airport for some love if you do lol
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The Watercooling Guide, From A to Z - Tech Spot

does this classification relate to (water to ambient) delta temps under load or at idle?
I have 2 thermal sensors installed, one in my water loop (in the drain splitter) and an intake air thermal sensor mounted on radiator fan shroud. at idle they usually both state exactly same temperature or within 2C (at hotter ambient past 28C), under CPU load I usually see up to 4-5C delta, but when I add GPU load to it then it rises further (probably another 5C higher).

... of course it doesn't mean my CPU or GPU are running AT water loop temps under load, of course not he he, I wish they were wink.gif
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OK, GPU then, still I say it's not like it appears to be... unless you are using a thermal probe mounted near the GPU IHS, do you?

I am fairly sure both the cpu and gpu readings from software is accurate, it isn't rocket science to include an internal heat sensing probe. How can you even measure it externally, you cant just put a probe on the gpu cores or cpu die that makes no sense.
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Well there's one way to find out! wink.gif

I've done it, accidentally ofc, and I'm still here lol.
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He's come back stronger, and with higher blood w/mk
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I am fairly sure both the cpu and gpu readings from software is accurate, it isn't rocket science to include an internal heat sensing probe. How can you even measure it externally, you cant just put a probe on the gpu cores or cpu die that makes no sense.

Yes... yes you can
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OK, GPU then, still I say it's not like it appears to be... unless you are using a thermal probe mounted near the GPU IHS, do you?

I am fairly sure both the cpu and gpu readings from software is accurate, it isn't rocket science to include an internal heat sensing probe. How can you even measure it externally, you cant just put a probe on the gpu cores or cpu die that makes no sense.

I'm guessing you haven't seen the heat probes they use to accurately detect the temperature for heatsink benchmarks. It is possible and they are very common. The reason why we say it is inaccurate is because do you see an actual wire on top of your CPU or GPU? No, it reads it via software. Software is usually inaccurate. Just like how CPU-Z voltage readings are normally inaccurate, we have voltage meters to accurately see how much is actually being directed towards the CPU.
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Man, physics, reading, and math. My head hurts! Let's keep it simple. Liquid pro works. I used it all up on my i5, 7970, and 560ti. All of these applications resulted in double digit temperature drops! I'm going to start injecting it into my bloodstream during the summer months.

Sorry if you have already posted it, but do you have a before and after for your GPU? So far the only place I have been very impressed with the liquid metal compounds is for in between the IHS and die.

When I replaced my AS5 with ultra between the IHS and the CPU cooler there was MAYBE a 1c difference. When I did the same for my 7950 there was a 2c difference. So even though they are good, I call BS on "double digit" drops on anything other than between the IHS and die.
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Thing is gpu dies are exposed*, so basically you'll see double digit drops same as with our cpus.

*at least current gen cards
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Was not clear to me from post. Most idle temps are inaccurate. The method used for inferring temperatures from sensors is notoriously so. Only load temps really matter. Normal idle delta is 6 to 8 C AFAIK. On some AMD chips the sensors say the chip is cooler than ambient, but both that and an idle delta of .5C are impossible according to the "laws" of physics. No?

This guy! thumb.gif
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Hehehe...I'm back!
I have an AMD buttkicker rig with a G620 dual core lol AND psc ram! lol biggrin.gif
Best superpi 1m so far: 14.786s wink.gif
Can't oc this little bugger at all, and the IMC sucks so bad. It can't even run XMP for my psc sticks! (which is 1000mhz cl9-9-9-27-1t at 1.6v, stock vccio/vccsa)

Wow, just wow. tongue.gif
 
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