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Uh so while beginning to lap my 8350 I just noticed that in one small section of the CPU pins I seem to have some dry thermal paste on the base of the pins. I wonder when and how that happened. What's the best way to clean it?

A toothbrush, with alcohol?
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QD electrical cleaner is what I use.

Thanks is this like a spray that acts like canned air where you can get through tight spaces? Or is it a liquid where you have to use another utensil to clean the object?
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A toothbrush, with alcohol?

Ah a toothbrush...why did I not think of that?
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Thanks is this like a spray that acts like canned air where you can get through tight spaces? Or is it a liquid where you have to use another utensil to clean the object?
Ah a toothbrush...why did I not think of that?

Soft bristles, or be gentile and try not to leave alcohol on the chip for long. Just clean quickly but gently, then use compressed air (or blow on it without spitting) to evaporate the alcohol quickly to be safe. biggrin.gif

May have to repeat this a couple times cleaning the toothbrush with alcohol/cloth between each cleaning.
Edited by pshootr - 3/18/15 at 3:33pm
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QD electrical cleaner is what I use.

Thanks is this like a spray that acts like canned air where you can get through tight spaces? Or is it a liquid where you have to use another utensil to clean the object?
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A toothbrush, with alcohol?

Ah a toothbrush...why did I not think of that?

AS 5 will pretty much dissolve just by spraying it. Not sure about other pastes
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Btw, has anyone come across a situation where the CPU-VID would change from its stock value at boot?

I have, on two separate occations had my 8370E report a CPU-VID och 1.4V in Core Temp program where its stock VID is 1.15V.
Those times I have my voltages adjusted by offset, to make use of CnQ.
The scary thing is that it does not seem to be a bug in Core Temp reading but that the CPU-VID has actually changed according to the mobo,
cause CPU-Z reports a Vcore that is relative my set voltage in bios proportionally larger by that VID offset.
Reboot has solved it, making it have its normal VID again.

This have made be for the time being quit using CnQ and set voltages manually,
since I'm going for 5+GHz which seems to require around 1.6V or more in load, getting a VID bug and +0.25V would be quite bad mad.gif
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A toothbrush, with alcohol?
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Btw, has anyone come across a situation where the CPU-VID would change from its stock value at boot?

I have, on two separate occations had my 8370E report a CPU-VID och 1.4V in Core Temp program where its stock VID is 1.15V.
Those times I have my voltages adjusted by offset, to make use of CnQ.
The scary thing is that it does not seem to be a bug in Core Temp reading but that the CPU-VID has actually changed according to the mobo,
cause CPU-Z reports a Vcore that is relative my set voltage in bios proportionally larger by that VID offset.

This have made be for the time being quit using CnQ and set voltages manually,
since I'm going for 5+GHz which seems to require around 1.6V or more in load, getting a VID bug and +0.25V would be quite bad mad.gif

Turbo Boost isn't enabled by chance correct? That or any setting that automatically raises the CPU frequency above stock speeds
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Soft bristles, or be gentile and try not to leave alcohol on the chip for long. Just clean quickly but gently, then use compressed air (or blow on it without spitting) to evaporate the alcohol quickly to be safe. biggrin.gif

May have to repeat this a couple times cleaning the toothbrush with alcohol/cloth between each cleaning.

Thanks
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AS 5 will pretty much dissolve just by spraying it. Not sure about other pastes

I'm not using AS5 but Ceramique 2. But they're both from AS
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Be very careful when using a Metro DataVac. It can easily blow that cpu right out of your hand. rolleyes.gif

While the GD80 might load some programs faster where I feel the difference the most is in the mouse. It's kinda like the difference between 60fps and 120fps. It's faster and smoother.
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Noticeable difference between 1800 ram speed and 2400 ram speed using crossfired R9 285 on a 990FX board. About 1000 more in Firestrike. A single HD7870 not so much, 150 more. The R9 285 does not use a crossfire bridge. I have not tried to speed up the PCI past the 100 setting. Betcha that 107 would make a difference with the 285s too.
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Yes, you have to be careful about mentioning something like that - some ego's can't handle it. I'm running my 4790K @ 4.6 ghz, paired with the MSI Z87 Mpower and it comes close , but I'd still say the GD 80 rig has the edge in having a quick feel to it when doing my everyday routine. I've been using it almost exclusively the last couple weeks and while I miss my Vishera rig, it's not nearly like the urge I had to toss the 3770k rig off my desk after using it for a week.
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Soft bristles, or be gentile and try not to leave alcohol on the chip for long. Just clean quickly but gently, then use compressed air (or blow on it without spitting) to evaporate the alcohol quickly to be safe. biggrin.gif

May have to repeat this a couple times cleaning the toothbrush with alcohol/cloth between each cleaning.


Are you really getting 4.8 @ 1.428 vcore on air? cigar.gif I need 1.524vcore. rolleyessmileyanim.gif

My 9590 would do that @ 4.7 and 49-51C in IBT AVX.
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Be very careful when using a Metro DataVac. It can easily blow that cpu right out of your hand. rolleyes.gif

While the GD80 might load some programs faster where I feel the difference the most is in the mouse. It's kinda like the difference between 60fps and 120fps. It's faster and smoother.

Mouse gives that " extension of my hand" feel , doesn't it? I don't have that on my other rigs.
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