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lol I really need to reseat this block. My temps are 60 & 58 C under load with TAT. And thats using a stinger block....

Alright so be back in a couple minutes, gonna reseat the block to get these temps under control I hope.

err 3rd edit is a charm. How do you recommend spreading the AS5? I know your not supposed to do the blob in the middle with C2D's. Do you use the line method or spread it all over so its really thin?
    
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lol I really need to reseat this block. My temps are 60 & 58 C under load with TAT. And thats using a stinger block....

Alright so be back in a couple minutes, gonna reseat the block to get these temps under control I hope.

err 3rd edit is a charm. How do you recommend spreading the AS5? I know your not supposed to do the blob in the middle with C2D's. Do you use the line method or spread it all over so its really thin?
I always spread it. I get a coffee filter and use that to rub some paste onto the block too, then wipe it clean with the filter.
    
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lol I really need to reseat this block. My temps are 60 & 58 C under load with TAT. And thats using a stinger block....

Alright so be back in a couple minutes, gonna reseat the block to get these temps under control I hope.

err 3rd edit is a charm. How do you recommend spreading the AS5? I know your not supposed to do the blob in the middle with C2D's. Do you use the line method or spread it all over so its really thin?

I would do the line method, like AS5 recommends. And as much as they recommend, don't use too much. Make sure you clean the hell out of it before you reapply too. Also maybe already asked, have you lapped your cpu and heatsink? Most of the time cpu's are concave, some more than others. I remember one of my P4's was especially concaved. Sometimes lapping can drop you significant degrees. If lapped and both are flat as can be, you could try even using a little less AS5 on the line too, see if it gives better temps.

IMO spreading AS5 for cpu is a waste of time. When you seat the heatsink, it spreads anyway, and almost all the heat is coming from the exact center anyway, where the core/s are. The manufacturer themselves have no doubt thoroughly tested all kinds of different ways to appy AS5. They don't say to spread it, never have, so why do it that way? Especially if your cpu is concave, I don't think having an utra fine coating so the center may not have good contact, is the best way.
    
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I would do the line method, like AS5 recommends. And as much as they recommend, don't use too much. Make sure you clean the hell out of it before you reapply too. Also maybe already asked, have you lapped your cpu and heatsink? Most of the time they're concave, some more than others. I remember one of my P4's was especially concave. Sometimes lapping can drop you significant degrees.

well my block is, but the cpu isn't. Not gonna lap it until I know its a some what good overclocker, this way I can still return it and get another one just incase.
    
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well my block is, but the cpu isn't. Not gonna lap it until I know its a some what good overclocker, this way I can still return it and get another one just incase.
I did that, my first 6600 was an earlier week and didn't OC so well. Started to wall around 3.3ghz. I returned it, and my new one can do 3.6ghz, vcore starts gettin a little high though. I run it though 24/7, a little under 3.5ghz, cause I can have lower vcore that way.
    
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well I got mine from stormlobster who works at Microcenter. So I'm not really sure how returning it is gonna go, but we will see. If I can't get past 3.6 in the next couple days I think thats what I am gonna have to do. Don't really want to sit at 3.5 when I know there is e6600's that can do 3.8 easily.
    
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Just for your information, I believe we have the same memory and mobo. I run at 2.25 volts for the memory as our board for some reason doesnt list 2.2v. I dont recommend leaving it to auto, just set it to 2.25 and be done with it.

This memory is amazing, as of right this second, I am orthos testing at ddr2-1065 with 4-4-4-12 timings . I've also had her running at ddr2-1167 with 5-5-5-10 timings and ddr2-778 with 3-3-3-6 timings.

The highest I've had her is 3.6 with a 1.41vcore and was atleast 8 hours prime stable. Didnt really like that as I felt like I was pushing her a little to hard. Temps were at 50-52 load


Best OCs:
1. 389fsb x 9 = 3501Mhz @ 1.3875votls----ddr2-1167 @ 5-5-5-10 with 2.25 volts

2. 355fbs x 9 = 3195Mhz @ 1.3375 colts----ddr2-1065 @ 4-4-4-12


I am going to push for 3.7-8 one cold winter night this weekend with my new vf900 for the video card, I really want to break 7,000 3dmark 06


Screw it, time for a 3.6 run right now, be back with results and maybe some help.
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I would do the line method, like AS5 recommends. And as much as they recommend, don't use too much. Make sure you clean the hell out of it before you reapply too. Also maybe already asked, have you lapped your cpu and heatsink? Most of the time cpu's are concave, some more than others. I remember one of my P4's was especially concaved. Sometimes lapping can drop you significant degrees. If lapped and both are flat as can be, you could try even using a little less AS5 on the line too, see if it gives better temps.

IMO spreading AS5 for cpu is a waste of time. When you seat the heatsink, it spreads anyway, and almost all the heat is coming from the exact center anyway, where the core/s are. The manufacturer themselves have no doubt thoroughly tested all kinds of different ways to appy AS5. They don't say to spread it, never have, so why do it that way? Especially if your cpu is concave, I don't think having an utra fine coating so the center may not have good contact, is the best way.
I spread it because it works well for me. I prefer the entire IHS have thermal paste rather then leaving the corrners bare.
    
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Is your block lapped?

Im at 3.6 right now, 1.4375v, and are seeing temps 55-56 TAT load.

I applied AS5 in a trial and error method. I had plenty of AS5 so I thought I'd expiriment a lil bit. I'd apply AS5 in different methods, mount the heatsink, then take it off and see how it worked. I found out I was using WAY too much AS5 and was gunking up the first few attemps.

I found out that putting two small drops of AS5 on the IHS about 1 cm away from eachother gave me the best spread. I suggest you do some trail and error and figure out what method gives you the best spread.
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Alright well just reapplied it using the AS recommened method and my temps are still total ****. If not higher then before. I didn't even use alot of it, like like a fine line down the middle of the cpu. When I pulled off the block I looked and the spread was really good, thin and even. I really don't know what the hell is up with this thing and its really starting to piss me off.
    
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