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Hmmm, your innovative base design makes me wonder if you could machine pins or channels into the bottom of the baseplate (not interfering with the o-ring, of course) and adding some supplemental flow via barbs on the side of the bottom brass section. Would that work or add additional cooling? Of course, if you make the copper too thin then there will be a point where the heat won't spread out...
i believe he made the copper a bit thicker ..over being thinner...
ill try to find it in the thread somewhere..

umm...if i remember correctly..he said something about it helping keep temperature spikes from happening... but dont quote me!!

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I specifically wanted a nice thick base that would evenly spread the heat out across and reduce temperature spikes, so that is what I did.
AHA!! found it!!
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#226 if you please.
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#226 if you please.
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This block is looking pretty awesome. I OC'ed up to 3.3ghz @ 1.35vcore (in bios) and the average load delta is 13C. From the numbers I've seen this is looking up there with the EK supreme and D-Tek Fuzion or maybe even a hair better at least at this speed/vcore.

I am slowly working my way up on my OC (this is my first Intel system in years) so I want to get some numbers @~ 3.5ghz and 1.4v or so since that is around where I've seen most of the tests done on other the blocks. At least then a semi-accurate performance comparison can be made at approximately the same heat load.



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Nice results so far Ian..
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Thats pretty darn good iandh, a 13C delta with the quads is something...Most of them I've seen have a hard time keeping it under 20C with much v-core....More v-core please........How far off stock are you with that 1.248 v-core?
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stock is 1.35 iirc. (before vdroop)
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Thats pretty darn good iandh, a 13C delta with the quads is something...Most of them I've seen have a hard time keeping it under 20C with much v-core....More v-core please........How far off stock are you with that 1.248 v-core?
My stock setting was 1.2875v in bios and 1.2v in cpu-z, and that took me up to 3.0ghz. I had to bump up to 1.35v in bios to get stable at 3.3ghz, which read 1.25v in cpu-z.

You can cook eggs on my NB cooler right now so I am kind of scared to go higher, but I may just stick a fan there to get some benches done.
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