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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Better cooling solution first, though.

Even the best of cooling solutions can't control the heat caused by the heat trapped in the bad quality TIM of Intel.
post #5242 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

As far as values go, one word, great.

All you need is a delid now.
I cant do a delid, i will **** in my pants , because i'm too nervous biggrin.gif
post #5243 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

All you need is a delid now.

Why recommend a delid when the current cooling is an H80i and temps on 28.1 are only 81deg max??? Sorry but I just don't get some of the recommendations you're making in this thread.
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

Even the best of cooling solutions can't control the heat caused by the heat trapped in the bad quality TIM of Intel.

More misinformation. There's nothing wrong with the TIM Intel use.rolleyes.gif

Un-subbed. All the best with your OC's guys.thumb.gif
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31C idle @ 25C Ambient
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Alright. Got the looping thing sorted out, and got the updated encoder from a couple of weeks back on this thread.

Is the latest version a little light on the processor hardware? At the same voltage, IBT resulted in 95C temps and the older x264 resulted in 77C max temps.

And now I'm seeing a max of 75C. Weird.

And how well would this reflect my regular use load temps? I imagine that since it doesn't seem like the cores are stressed to 100%, I can expect such temperatures from CSGO as well.
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

I cant do a delid, i will **** in my pants , because i'm too nervous biggrin.gif

Haha I tried it today. The IHS refused to come off, regardless of whether I used a razor blade or blocks of wood. So I gave up on that cuz I remember reading earlier that Intel made the newer batches' lids sit on stronger, making removing them impossible.
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

I cant do a delid, i will **** in my pants , because i'm too nervous biggrin.gif

In that case it's fine, just keep the temps in check as with that bad TIM, temps can spike really badly....

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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

Why recommend a delid when the current cooling is an H80i and temps on 28.1 are only 81deg max??? Sorry but I just don't get some of the recommendations you're making in this thread.

Recommend? Well why did you do it yourself then?

Or rather, why don't you run your chip at 81C (24/7) and feel good about it?

It was rather just an observation, the rest is of course his choice, but this comment of yours was fail to even begin with......
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

More misinformation. There's nothing wrong with the TIM Intel use.rolleyes.gif

Un-subbed. All the best with your OC's guys.thumb.gif

You must be high man, a novitiate indeed. Some people claimed too much gap between the IHS and Intel's Tim, but after testing it personally, it was the Tim itself, first referred to as 'Intel's secret Sauce' in Ivy days. At least I know what I'm saying....
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

Even the best of cooling solutions can't control the heat caused by the heat trapped in the bad quality TIM of Intel.

Delidding is the last resort in my eyes. Sure, if you want to void your warranty and lose the ability to get a new chip with the tuning plan, be my guest, but I'll be sticking with upgraded cooling solutions. Delidding could net me a good 15-20C drop in temps, but it's not worth it to me because by the time I hit 95C at load, I'll be using more voltage than is probably safe. Not to mention I stress test with x264 which is real world load temps.
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

You must be high man, a novitiate indeed. Some people claimed too much gap between the IHS and Intel's Tim, but after testing it personally, it was the Tim itself, first referred to as 'Intel's secret Sauce' in Ivy days. At least I know what I'm saying....

Yeah... The guy with the 5.0 chip doesn't know what he's talking about...
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