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This looks really nice.
A 3-5 drop in temp is quite good when the temps are already quite low.
(The new version seem to be less tall? down from 4.4mm to 3,4mm)

Did you see any changes when you stress the system?
Then again the 3-5C drop I had may have something to do with my specific set up and may affect others differently. But I guess this thread has what you information you need Here. But take note that the IHS in that thread was a DIY and isn't how bitspower did theirs.
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I ordered two of the taller Skylake version to replace the stock 7700K IHS in both of my laptops. Should make a nice improvement. 3-5°C decrease in temps is great, especially if that is over and above the improved temps after delidding and other cooling mods. 

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I want this.. just waiting email to register
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If any of you are thinking of purchasing a bitspower ihs for your skylake or kabylake processor, I would pass. I got two, one for my skylake rig and another for my kabylake rig. Both had the same result of higher temps by 3-5 degrees. CLU between the die and ihs and gelid gc extreme between the ihs and heatsink. Noctua NH-D15 cooler for my skylake box and Noctua NH-D14 for my kabylake box.

All tests were run on the same day with the same ambient temps. frown.gif YMMV, but i would avoid the expense and invest in a better cooler.
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If any of you are thinking of purchasing a bitspower ihs for your skylake or kabylake processor, I would pass. I got two, one for my skylake rig and another for my kabylake rig. Both had the same result of higher temps by 3-5 degrees. CLU between the die and ihs and gelid gc extreme between the ihs and heatsink. Noctua NH-D15 cooler for my skylake box and Noctua NH-D14 for my kabylake box.

All tests were run on the same day with the same ambient temps. frown.gif YMMV, but i would avoid the expense and invest in a better cooler.

I assume you mean you are comparing against your previous delid with the standard Intel IHS?
post #26 of 52
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I assume you mean you are comparing against your previous delid with the standard Intel IHS?

Yes, I ran prime95 small for 30 minutes to get some heat going after I had replaced my standard intel ihs with the bitspower ihs and noticed what I thought were higher temps. This occurred on both processors. Then, I redid everything for my kabylake box just to make sure and the temps were about the same as my previous run. Then, I swapped out both boxes back to the intel ihs and got lower temps by 3-5 degrees with the same TIMs.

Just thought I would save you all some money. At least madmeatballs was able to get good results. Too bad it didn't work for me. mad.gif
Edited by hsypsufan - 4/19/17 at 9:09pm
post #27 of 52
I should have mentioned I got the newer kaby lake IHS from bitspower. The skylake one that madmeatballs got could be better than the newer version.
post #28 of 52
How disappointing 😟😟
post #29 of 52
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Hmmm, I am using a custom loop by the way if that matters. Lets see what others get. Either way, the purpose of why I bought this IHS was to avoid the hassle of having the CLU go out around the die, I never really expected that my temps would have dropped installing it.. Again, as I kept on saying, results may vary depending on what your set up is. I used Kryonaut for Block to IHS and CLU for IHS to die.
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Since the custom Skylake IHS is thicker, did you guys remove all the glue?
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