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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

TBH, most of the cost will go for quality fittings.

Tip, some guys let go of their gear here at the marketplace. You should get a lot for the money if you check them.


In other news:

Will this explain my high temps?

if that stain is where the paste was then yeah...if I remember right the modules are on the edges/corners
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if that stain is where the paste was then yeah...if I remember right the modules are on the edges/corners

you could for sure start with a higher grit and clean a lot of that up. if you go lower it's just deeper scratch's, taking more off the spreader than that's needed etc

finish on mine is pretty good..but that raised up corner/edge on mine is not good at all/it's pretty bad actually....contributes to bad mounting obviously...get some more paper and very very lightly hit it with 400-600 grit, 800-2000grit is where it's really going to be nice.
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/12/15 at 6:27am
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Update regarding temperature after set Nepton 280L as intake:

Both tests are done at 4,8ghz with around 30 degrees celsius ambient temperature

Setup #1 (Nepton as exhaust):

-2 x 120mm jetflo intake
-2 x 120mm stock Trooper fan side intake
-1 x 140mm behind MBO
-1 x 80mm VRM
-1 x 120mm Grand Flex (2400rpm) exhaust

Results: Max core temp. 64,6 degrees celsius,60 degrees socket

Setup #2:

Everything same except Nepton vents are set to intake (over top filter)

Results: Max core temp 56,5 degrees celsius,58 degrees socket

So,with rad fan set to intake i gain 8,1 degrees celsius less on core and 2 degrees less on socket.
That is done with stock Stortrooper top filter. Probably i will get few degrees less without filter.
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Update regarding temperature after set Nepton 280L as intake:

Both tests are done at 4,8ghz with around 30 degrees celsius ambient temperature

Setup #1 (Nepton as exhaust):

-2 x 120mm jetflo intake
-2 x 120mm stock Trooper fan side intake
-1 x 140mm behind MBO
-1 x 80mm VRM
-1 x 120mm Grand Flex (2400rpm) exhaust

Results: Max core temp. 64,6 degrees celsius,60 degrees socket

Setup #2:

Everything same except Nepton vents are set to intake (over top filter)

Results: Max core temp 56,5 degrees celsius,58 degrees socket

So,with rad fan set to intake i gain 8,1 degrees celsius less on core and 2 degrees less on socket.
That is done with stock Stortrooper top filter. Probably i will get few degrees less without filter.

When benching or stress testing with the filters off, I get a drop of 1c - 2c...

Every little bit can count when you total things up. thumb.gif

I have a 120.2 & 120.3 x 60mm Rads - w/ Noctua NF-F12's in push/pull at each radiator fan position.

The filters are Demcifilter made to fit a CaseLabs SM8
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if that stain is where the paste was then yeah...if I remember right the modules are on the edges/corners

Nope. That's not stain. Sanding exposed a huge lump at the center of the IHS.



That is IMO pretty bad considering it's too deep.

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Originally Posted by RJ-Savage View Post

you could for sure start with a higher grit and clean a lot of that up. if you go lower it's just deeper scratch's, taking more off the spreader than that's needed etc

finish on mine is pretty good..but that raised up corner/edge on mine is not good at all/it's pretty bad actually....contributes to bad mounting obviously...get some more paper and very very lightly hit it with 400-600 grit, 800-2000grit is where it's really going to be nice.

This is all I've got.



And a used 600 grit.

Based on experience, it's not necessary to have a very fine finish.


For the result:
Not gonna spoil but graphs later. It's worth it! biggrin.gif



On the right is the unlapped result a few days back on Prime Blend

On the left, not yet IBT Very High stable but do compare the Graphs.
Edited by mus1mus - 5/12/15 at 9:24am
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Nope. That's not stain. Sanding exposed a huge lump at the center of the IHS.



That is IMO pretty bad considering it's too deep.
This is all I've got.



And a used 600 grit.

Based on experience, it's not necessary to have a very fine finish.


For the result:
Not gonna spoil but graphs later. It's worth it! biggrin.gif
that's a large hump...did you have to lap block as well? I've thought about lapping my Cpu and block but I haven't taken that plunge...my cpu is high on two edges I know this because it grooved my block where it's raised...I was very careful to keep the corners even so I know it wasn't my mount....however the next time I removed it I checked it with a razor and it was in fact the lid...I need to check my block and see how it is..that's all next time I tear down which needs to be soon to install second pump and to get the panels back on...without them the dust is pretty bad
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Nope. That's not stain. Sanding exposed a huge lump at the center of the IHS.



That is IMO pretty bad considering it's too deep.
This is all I've got.



And a used 600 grit.

Based on experience, it's not necessary to have a very fine finish.


For the result:
Not gonna spoil but graphs later. It's worth it! biggrin.gif
that's a large hump...did you have to lap block as well? I've thought about lapping my Cpu and block but I haven't taken that plunge...my cpu is high on two edges I know this because it grooved my block where it's raised...I was very careful to keep the corners even so I know it wasn't my mount....however the next time I removed it I checked it with a razor and it was in fact the lid...I need to check my block and see how it is..that's all next time I tear down which needs to be soon to install second pump and to get the panels back on...without them the dust is pretty bad

I'd say that is more indicative of a low spot in the center of the heatspreader with the edges being higher.
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I'd say that is more indicative of a low spot in the center of the heatspreader with the edges being higher.
I'll see when I take it out I know the cpu is higher on those edges but I didn't check the cooler...surprisingly my stock heatsink was perfectly flat....I couldn't believe it...and the phanteks was pretty good too it had a small raised corner but nothing tim didn't fix smile.gif
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I'd say that is more indicative of a low spot in the center of the heatspreader with the edges being higher.[/quote

I would kinda want to ditch the 600 or go a little bit more with it, then start with some 800/1000/1500 etc

Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/12/15 at 9:52am
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that's a large hump...did you have to lap block as well? I've thought about lapping my Cpu and block but I haven't taken that plunge...my cpu is high on two edges I know this because it grooved my block where it's raised...I was very careful to keep the corners even so I know it wasn't my mount....however the next time I removed it I checked it with a razor and it was in fact the lid...I need to check my block and see how it is..that's all next time I tear down which needs to be soon to install second pump and to get the panels back on...without them the dust is pretty bad

The Block has been lapped prior to this.
But nothing serious. Just took out the scratches.

The only way you can be sure about tge flatness is by sanding. Sad to say, once you do that, there's no turning back.

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I'd say that is more indicative of a low spot in the center of the heatspreader with the edges being higher.

You sir, have a good set of senses! biggrin.gif
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