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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Xspc ex240 ordered to work with the 140.1 rad. Load temps are getting high with 4.5ghz @ 1.28 volts. Actually hit 90c using the water loop with a thermal right 140mm 1000rpm fan. Also using shinetsu tim, wondering if I should get some cool lab ultra? Also looking at my cores in core temp right now and 0,2,3 idle at 27, 27, 34 while 1 is always at 40c. Does this seem normal?

you delidded your cpu davwman?
maybe i missed it, was busy weekend, so didnt follow everything in here smile.gif
read my post above this one..lol wink.gif

Yup delidded! I definitely think I put too much tim on also. Ill be buying cool lab based on reviews even though shinetsu is good.
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Compare all the "a" cases to the "b" cases, the only functional differences in these two test conditions is the CPU TIM. Notice that the Intel stock CPU TIM outperforms the NT-H1 replacement TIM once the CPU-to-IHS gap is identical

(all the "b" cases are ~2-3°C warmer than the "a" cases)

And if we remove the paper shim and drop that IHS down onto the CPU (not perfectly zero of course, there is still some NT-H1 CPU TIM there after all) reducing the gap to as close to zero as possible then we get the "c" cases...and the temperatures show the expected fantastic drops we have all come to expect from delidding our Ivy Bridge chips.

Conclusion: The Intel stock CPU TIM is not the reason Ivy Bridge's run hot, and replacing the Intel stock CPU TIM is not the reason a delidded Ivy Bridge runs so much cooler - the benefits of delidding are entirely due to the resultant reduction in gap height between the CPU silicon die and the underside of the IHS.
http://forums.anandtech.com/showpost.php?p=34053183&postcount=570

+1 now i can go to sleep at night XD
add that to page 1 fo future reference..

Thats exactly the same one i read when looking the space between cooler and die contact..
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 1/13/13 at 9:16am
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+1 now i can go to sleep at night XD

haha..sleep well biggrin.gif

i have to add to that,
your temps will reduce after delid, using another tim..but
using Liquid Pro or Ultra on the die gives the best results,
no other tim like MX-* or shinetsu tim..you name one, gives these results

LM Pro = 82w/mK (according to a HWBOT 2008 TIM roundup)
LM Ultra = 38w/mK (coollaboratory info/helpdesk)
IX = 20w/mK (IX literature)
PK-1 = 10.2w/m (frozencpu)
everything else is less

the die is small, the higher the w/mk is for any tim, the better it will transfer the heat,
when you use Pro/Ultra on the IHS, and compare it to other tim's, the difference is normal,
like tests show, they are all within 2-5C
Edited by VonDutch - 1/13/13 at 10:09am
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wow good info there!! think i will change Ultra for pro then!

cheers for the good post smile.gif
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wow good info there!! think i will change Ultra for pro then!

cheers for the good post smile.gif

thanks smile.gif

i wouldnt go out right away and change Ultra to Pro tho,
Pro will win performance wise, beats Ultra..true,
but the difference in temps is not that big between the two,
i figured, once you come above a certain w/mk, the differences will be less,
then it doesnt matter anymore if a tim has say, 30-40, 80..or 150 w/mk..just a example ..lol
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kk.. think i will keep in mind..just for curiosity purposed.. lets just hope its doesn't kill the 'cat'

Thanks though
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I ran Prime 95 For 26 Hours On my 4.7 ghz 1.3v overvclock.

1 Thread on my coldest core had a hardware error at 22 hours and dropped to 50%load for the last 4 hours. No other issues. This was Small TFF's High Stress.

Am I Still Rock Solid Stable for 24/7 Use? I will not push to 100% Load in actual use but probably as high as 90.
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Also is Liquid Pro Ultra better than Liquid Pro for delidding?
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how did the batch numbers on ivy break down again, you know,
where its made, what month, week .etc?
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I ran Prime 95 For 26 Hours On my 4.7 ghz 1.3v overvclock.

1 Thread on my coldest core had a hardware error at 22 hours and dropped to 50%load for the last 4 hours. No other issues. This was Small TFF's High Stress.

Am I Still Rock Solid Stable for 24/7 Use? I will not push to 100% Load in actual use but probably as high as 90.

looks to me youre pretty stable , if prime ran 22H,
but all i know is, when a core drops load from 100% to 50%, is because its throttleling,
so that core hit tjmax, 105C, or theres another reason i dont know of..
4.7ghz at 1.3V vcore is about what i run/need too
try stay in the 80-85C range with temps, with a spike to 90C is np
need more info tho, mobo, cpu, ram, everything you can tell us helps smile.gif
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Also is Liquid Pro Ultra better than Liquid Pro for delidding?

both are performing good when used on the die,
on the ihs any good tim will do smile.gif
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