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Originally Posted by madmeatballs View Post

This IHS actually has uses, such as when you delid you no longer have to worry about LM running around and you don't have to put glue. For me, I got lucky and got a temp improvment from it(maybe the stock IHS I had was bad). Then again, I have a different set up from the other guy who claimed he got worse temps.

Ok so it's mostly to make delidding easier, now it makes sense wink.gif
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post #52 of 52

Just finished installing the Bitspower IHS on the Tornado F5 and it did make a small improvement. I will install one on the P870DM3 tomorrow as well.

 

Tornado F5 Bitspower Mod - Mr. Fox

 

         


Edited by MrFox - 4/28/17 at 9:53pm
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