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Can someone please tell me what this stuff is under the standoffs? my cooler done this to my motherboard too? is it digging in or is it glue? http://cdn.overclock.net/e/eb/ebe383d5_SAM_7121.jpeg
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After checking, Yes it's glue ... The Standoff is glued to an insulating washer and it was squeezed out due to applied pressure. I'm rewriting the guide from scratch this week.
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post #63 of 142
hello! thank you very much for the guide, unfortunately I saw a little late, one day exactly...

that's exactly my question, is this only because I already read it and I resolved the small twists doubt.

I have a board X58UD3R Socket GA-1366, I use the large standoffs (not marked for LGA2011) and the guide says }

should i just use the LGA2011.?
its recommended to change them?

use artic silver 5.
my temperaduras are in idle
core 0 39 c
core 1 38c
core 1 42 c
core 3 38 c.


thank you!
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hello! thank you very much for the guide, unfortunately I saw a little late, one day exactly...

that's exactly my question, is this only because I already read it and I resolved the small twists doubt.

I have a board X58UD3R Socket GA-1366, I use the large standoffs (not marked for LGA2011) and the guide says }

should i just use the LGA2011.?
its recommended to change them?

use artic silver 5.
my temperaduras are in idle
core 0 39 c
core 1 38c
core 1 42 c
core 3 38 c.


thank you!

Hello Rafa, and welcome to Overclock.net.

Your Load Temps are more important than your Idle temps.

If you check the 1366 section in the old guide, you'll find that they used the smaller standoffs. I can't be helpful in your situation as I never laid my hands on a 1366 board, but I'm sure you'll get more help in the Hyper 212 Guide.
Socket 1366 Pics (Click to show)


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post #65 of 142
thank you Khaled G for your answer.
I decided to make the change of standoffs , disassemble my pc and uninstall the Coolermaster 212evo remove large standoffs and put the little ones to LGA2011 .

Unfortunately , when he went to tighten the nuts on the back , which will hold the backplate , I discovered that the tip of the standoff is very short and fails to engage the nut.

then went back to remove everything, put the longest standoffs , reapply the artic silver and reassembling the 212 evo .

to my surprise , thinking I had reset the braking -period and begin again the process of " accommodate " the thermal compund , I turned on the pc, and the surprise was that starting a couple of degrees cooler than the last time you clean and apply AS5 .

I assume you stay better located and better distributed the thermal compound than last time , hopefully breaking period ended this between 27-30 starting an idle of no more than 32

at idle , I am between 35 and 37 , reaching 39
as I try LOAD ? I use that program ?

thank you!
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thank you Khaled G for your answer.
I decided to make the change of standoffs , disassemble my pc and uninstall the Coolermaster 212evo remove large standoffs and put the little ones to LGA2011 .

Unfortunately , when he went to tighten the nuts on the back , which will hold the backplate , I discovered that the tip of the standoff is very short and fails to engage the nut.

then went back to remove everything, put the longest standoffs , reapply the artic silver and reassembling the 212 evo .

to my surprise , thinking I had reset the braking -period and begin again the process of " accommodate " the thermal compund , I turned on the pc, and the surprise was that starting a couple of degrees cooler than the last time you clean and apply AS5 .

I assume you stay better located and better distributed the thermal compound than last time , hopefully breaking period ended this between 27-30 starting an idle of no more than 32

at idle , I am between 35 and 37 , reaching 39
as I try LOAD ? I use that program ?

thank you!

My bad, The standoffs used in the old guide LGA 1366 pics seemed to be the short ones.

Your load temps are the highest temps your CPU reach while under heavy load (Doing Numerous calculations). To make that happen, Just run the popular Prime95 (Small FFTs)

Idle:


Load:


Settings to use:


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post #67 of 142
agani thank you.
these are my Prime95 data

Core i7 920 no OC
CM212evo
Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R v2
4gb
MSI R6950 OC TwinFrozr III






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post #68 of 142
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Your TJMax (Maximum temp. before your CPU shuts down automatically to protect itself) is 100°C, That means your highest working temps should be around 80°C and that what the stock cooler will give you.

Your Highest Load Temp is 60° and It could get more if you let Prime95 to work for more than 1 hour but as long as you're under 85° you should be safe, you still have around 25° of OC headroom.
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post #69 of 142
lol, when i installed my i7 4770K on my Z78X-UD3H, i forgot to take the CPU cover off before putting my stock cooling in, and some of the thermal paste was stripped off. my cpu on stock ran at 60C idle and went to 99C in under 5 seconds while running IntelBurnTest (i stopped it in panic) i also hit 100C regularly when playing TF2.
of course, i ordered the hyper 212 evo immediately.
now i get 25C idle and 65C on intelBurnTest. im very glad i got the hyper 212 evo biggrin.gif

P.S. very good guide!
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lol, when i installed my i7 4770K on my Z78X-UD3H, i forgot to take the CPU cover off before putting my stock cooling in, and some of the thermal paste was stripped off. my cpu on stock ran at 60C idle and went to 99C in under 5 seconds while running IntelBurnTest (i stopped it in panic) i also hit 100C regularly when playing TF2.
of course, i ordered the hyper 212 evo immediately.
now i get 25C idle and 65C on intelBurnTest. im very glad i got the hyper 212 evo biggrin.gif

P.S. very good guide!

Thanks for your feedback, and be careful ... Don't damage your valuable chip.

The hyper 212 is so good that I could use it with no fans on my stock clocked 3770K and it wouldn't touch 70°C. I only run it Push/Pull for the symmetry.
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