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Originally Posted by Cyber Locc View Post

Ya only there is no such thing because 2011 and 2011-3 are the same exact mounting systems, the only difference is in the chip pin outs. Whoever told you that crazy talk is flat out wrong.
With Clear tubing, although I do not think air bubbles could cause that kind of a difference unless there was a massive one in the CPU block. It is most undoubtedly a bad CPU mount, they could have left the plastic on not used enough paste not used any paste ect. You need to re seat the block, there is really no way around it.

I know you feel this is too much work, but honestly I am going to have to agree with Poisoner, if thats too much work than watercooling isnt the hobby for you. This is the issue with those people building watercooled pcs for people, then people dont know how to maintain them.

In 6-12 months that loop is going to need to be dissembled, and all the blocks cleaned, tube replaced, ECT. Watercooling is not a 1 time build it and forget it, it requires maintenance and is going to need to be disassembled and reassembled quite often. If that is an problem for you then I would suggest you sell the system and get an AIO cooler that you can more easily manage. I know this may sound harsh but its reality.

Not correct. Look at the EK website. Different parts for 2011 and 2011-3.
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Not correct. Look at the EK website. Different parts for 2011 and 2011-3.

Ya lets do that, https://www.ekwb.com/news/ek-announces-intel-socket-r3-lga-2011-3-compatibility/

"Due to the same mounting holes pattern of these socket LGA-2011-3 (Socket R3) based microprocessors EK is pleased to confirm the following products to be 100% compatible with the Intel Core i7 5800/5900 series processors"

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo-precisemount-nickel
There shop.

Or are you talking about this,
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo-elite-edition-intel-2011 Vs https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo-elite-edition-intel-2011-3

Those 2 blocks are different, because they come with a different thermal paste. They come with the Indigo Xtreme that you just lay on to a chip and it is pre sized for whatever chip you use. Maybe that is why you got confused, however the mounting system is the exact same for lga 2011 and lga 2011-3. That references only the Tim the blocks are 100% identical even the jet plates are.

They both even state this,

"Caution: TIM Indigo Xtreme is platform dependant applicator. Please use the appropriate type for your CPU type! For Intel LGA-2011-3 socket CPUs only! Not compatible with LGA-2011 CPUs!",

that is the only thing that is different and only comes with that block.


2011 and 2011v3 are the exact same mounting systems, again the only difference is the CPU pin out. Same thing as 1155/1156/1151.
Edited by Cyber Locc - 2/12/16 at 3:20pm
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post #33 of 48
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Run a different stress test. I use Asus Realbench only for that very reason. P95 is a death trap and nothing of this world would stress a cpu that much.

I run 4.5ghz 24/7 with the exact same voltage. 16gb of Ram. Ram is run at 2666mhz.

TCO

Only time I've seen temps that high is when I put my clunker gateway laptop on my bed and roasted it up to thermal shutdown! Stupid pos lol but it was fun tongue.gif

Best bet is to re-seat the cpu block and reapply thermalpaste caus those temps should be nowhere that high. Like most have said double check the TJ max set in bios to shut down at 90 instead of 105 just or comfort and then choose a different bench tester since that one pushes some bad instructions.

1. Carefully drain loop and save the fluid
2. redo thermalpaste
3. learn how to fit your tubes back in and refill
4. Leak test for an hour or so making sure nothing leaks
5. Power back up fully and test temps again.

If you've got a purty computer like that you should learn how to fix her when things go wrong or the yearly maintenance is needed. I have faith! You can do it! thumb.gif
 
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post #34 of 48
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Not correct. Look at the EK website. Different parts for 2011 and 2011-3.

They are the same. I have several versions of each and the blocks are identical.
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They are the same. I have several versions of each and the blocks are identical.

Just going by what EK states.....


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Really think he should test and see what temps are with a stress test WITHOUT AVX first.

Why take a loop apart first when he has been running AVX ?
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Really think he should test and see what temps are with a stress test WITHOUT AVX first.

Why take a loop apart first when he has been running AVX ?

That would be the totally logical thing to do, wouldn't it? Or run OCCT, AIDA64, etc...
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That would be the totally logical thing to do, wouldn't it? Or run OCCT, AIDA64, etc...

Offcourse it is, you dont need to tear up a loop for this.

I would go OCCT to, there you can enable or disable AVX with a click of your mouse smile.gif
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Just going by what EK states.....



That is for the indigo extreme that comes with the elite. The heat spreader on the 2011 is square, the 2011-v3 has a bits that stick out at the edges. The shape of the die underneath the heat spreader is the same so even if the wrong indigo were used it wouldn't give these results.

As everybody else has stated it is most likely p95 itself, if it can be replicated on another test then hardware should be considered.

Anyhow, the blocks and the mounting hardware are identical. I think EK may have added a new jet plate but that is an optimization good for 1-2C.
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Really think he should test and see what temps are with a stress test WITHOUT AVX first.

Why take a loop apart first when he has been running AVX ?

Somebody should have hinted at that in about post #3.

Oh, wait..
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