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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

My chip is kinda' silver/grey - but the pins are golden!! tongue.gif

proof.gif lol
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Woke to a bit of the white stuff this morning, you thing it would help temps to set the rig outside. biggrin.gif


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Really
Yeah theres a few screenshots of tests i ran in this thread. It was hard letting it go
post #30634 of 67370
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according to other users, which amounts to quite alot say they have the golden cpu

golden? everyones got a golden cpu haven't they? wink.gif

if thats to what u are referring lol

could do it with some airflow though id start at the remount first then a 120mm fan on his back

his temps are high on the vcore, 1.33 max? summat is wrong

and i bet its the uneasy mount over a bad distribution of his paste

Okay right Now I have re-mounted the Block changed the pump to the setting (RPM 2) instead of 4. I have changed the fans to Balanced rather than quite as I cannot stand them if they go any louder.

This was what the thermal paste looked like when I took it off on the block.


This is the mark it left on the CPU.


This is the line method I normally use as I used the pea method before and it did not cover the full CPU area.


This is the block mounted.


I did not run prime 95 for ages but it got the CPU working all 8 cores and its been sitting at the same temps for over 5 minutes.



I hope this helps me out a little or at least can give you guys some more info on the temps Thanks for all the help you have given so far thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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post #30635 of 67370
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Okay right Now I have re-mounted the Block changed the pump to the setting (RPM 2) instead of 4. I have changed the fans to Balanced rather than quite as I cannot stand them if they go any louder.

This was what the thermal paste looked like when I took it off on the block. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


This is the mark it left on the CPU.


This is the line method I normally use as I used the pea method before and it did not cover the full CPU area.


This is the block mounted.


I did not run prime 95 for ages but it got the CPU working all 8 cores and its been sitting at the same temps for over 5 minutes.



I hope this helps me out a little or at least can give you guys some more info on the temps Thanks for all the help you have given so far thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif


To me the pics are saying too much paste lol u really just need a tiny bit compared what ya slapping on

like i tell the girls sometimes too much makeup when they slap it all on

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post #30636 of 67370
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To me the pics are saying too much paste lol u really just need a tiny bit compared what ya slapping on

like i tell the girls sometimes too much makeup when they slap it all on

tongue.gif

That's just how think that thermal paste is I got it with my old swiftech h220 and did the line method like I have done before they say to use it with that paste and it worked fine so I don't know.
Its sitting at 34c ideal at the moment

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its his backdrop that's overheating it.... rofl
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Well here is the room I'm working with, it is a very tight fit with an 80mm and all the areas I could think of zip tieing are all very awkward.



and heres one to show how much room the fan has tongue.gif





wont this extra fan cause an airflow clash? or moreso of?
I have the 2 fans in the front as intake, 3 fans around the CPU in the case as exhaust, the fan on the cpu sink pushing up to the two 120mm, but I also have a 200mm side fan that is an exhuast which sits over the GPU and that area.
I tried side fan as intake but that gave higher temps on cpu and gpu.


@mina: I can see not having all cores under load would increase stability and lower the volts needed,
I try to get the OC speed I want on all cores at the same time.
seems like a loophole in certain aspects.
I could turn APM back on so not all my cores will read 4.5 when under load, it'll fluctuate , but its "prime stable" at that speed.
this also lowers ingame performance if those cores are being used, I saw big fps drops when playing bf4 with this clock fluctuating.
Im not saying that its useful to do so, it saves power, less stress on the CPU, but I know for at least my own OCing, I wanna see all 8 cores going, not 2 cores at 4.5 and the rest at 2.6, and then go say "yea!!! I got 4.5 stable OC on crazy low volts" tongue.gif
Don't take this as an insult or an attack, just giving my 2cents thumb.gif

Well here's what I did and it helped temps. I had a very similar setup. I took the 2 fans on top and made them intake this way it will blow cool air in across the vrms' and help with it's temperature. Turn that Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO sideways and have the fan in "push", so all the cpu heat will get pushed through the heatsink and exhausted out the back fan. I have found that having more intake fans has helped me with temps. If you want you may be able to fit a fan on the vrms after you reconfig.
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post #30639 of 67370
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Originally Posted by EnjoyMuff View Post

Okay right Now I have re-mounted the Block changed the pump to the setting (RPM 2) instead of 4. I have changed the fans to Balanced rather than quite as I cannot stand them if they go any louder.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This was what the thermal paste looked like when I took it off on the block.


This is the mark it left on the CPU.


This is the line method I normally use as I used the pea method before and it did not cover the full CPU area.


This is the block mounted.


I did not run prime 95 for ages but it got the CPU working all 8 cores and its been sitting at the same temps for over 5 minutes.

I hope this helps me out a little or at least can give you guys some more info on the temps Thanks for all the help you have given so far thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

bad mount.

take the rad out of your case to mount these on your chip.

it mount evenly unlike how your is (heavy on one side and light on the other)

also WAY WAY WAY WAY too much tim.

pea method is more then enough. (think m&m or smartie size, or a skittle)
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bad mount.

take the rad out of your case to mount these on your chip.

it mount evenly unlike how your is (heavy on one side and light on the other)

also WAY WAY WAY WAY too much tim.

pea method is more then enough. (think m&m or smartie size, or a skittle)

Okay thanks. Well I don't have time to do it again but I shall try and I tried to mount it without the rad on just and I still got one of the screws at an angle as you might be able to see I cannot seem to get them both to be straight I have never had such a bad time mounting something mad.gif
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