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post #2341 of 5659
might want to try some artic silver thermal glue or whatever it is.
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post #2342 of 5659
but will they come off? I mean will they be removable without damage being caused?

OK, I waited 6 months for this afternoon so I took some pics... others in my gallery


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too bad I snapped a blade on the NB fan

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3.3GHz (367FSB) running Prime95 for 2hs now and never passing 60C with 1.3875 Vcore
Still haven't tried higher still haven't tried lowering Vcore, right now I want to find one good setting to use for work and testing will continue over the next few weeks


Hey Treatement X, when you said that your NB hits 50C... do you mean the first SpeedFan temp? That is a thermal probe between the ram and NB which serves for a case/MoBo temp... mine does exactly that temp too... it is much higher than with my Duo... must be the added processing straining the communication the NB has to sustain...plus the heat from the CPUs themselves...?
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It was Temp2, and it has always coincided with "Chipset" or "Motherboard" temps off other software like Everest or the like.... and actually, it was only hitting 50C on those super hot days in LA, it hits about 46C now on load. But LA's been cooler last couple days, will get hot again in the coming week =(
    
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where r u @? we are in the Valley so it prob gets worse here!

Hey how high did you get stable on 1.3875V?
what was the highest you got stable?
Why r u at 3.27? Trying to run it cooler?
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lol, i'm 10 minutes from downtown Los Angeles lol.

High stable was 3.27ghz at 1.3875
Highest was 3.33ghz at 1.4125v, quad-prime95 for 4 hours (yes, i know people argue 8-24hours, but I knew i wasn't going to run 3.33ghz 24-hours anyway). I think part of it is that my mosfets/nb gets super hot as well, so i have my air conditioner on when i go at 3.33ghz.

I toned it down to 3.27ghz because my room is small, so we all know what happens in a small room, the heat dissipated gets trapped and stays in the room, and the temp in the room spirals. So it's really how you can direct heat/tone down your overclock, so i opted to turn down overclock and redirect some heat. ... so i stayed at 3.27ghz 24/7 use.
    
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wow... yea you seem to be in need for some Swiftech mosfets.. naybe wanna buy my extra set? but you really need NB cooling more than anything on this board
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but will they come off? I mean will they be removable without damage being caused?

No, the Arctic Silver thermal adhesive is permanent. I've heard that it is possible to get it off, but if you use it, consider it stuck forever.

I've also had some trouble finding good thermal or frag tape. Not sure who the best manufacturers would be; AS doesn't make tape.
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No, the Arctic Silver thermal adhesive is permanent. I've heard that it is possible to get it off, but if you use it, consider it stuck forever.

I've also had some trouble finding good thermal or frag tape. Not sure who the best manufacturers would be; AS doesn't make tape.

incorrect...

AS5 residue can best be removed with solvents such as acetone, ethyl acetate, or mineral spirits. Isopropyl alcohol may not remove old AS5 but it is not like glue..

It is easily removed witha variety of common solvents available at most hardware stores..
    
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I can't believe it! Now it won't go past 57C at load!

BTW i slapped one of the new ones on that one, checked for loose ones and replaced one more.. but I am looking for better tape now... anyone know of good strong adhesive thermal tape?
Only place I know of that sells tape.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/therinmat.html
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