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Poll Results: How do you like the new look/thread's format?

Poll expired: Jan 7, 2010  
  • 91% (31)
    It looks great!
  • 8% (3)
    Nah, it's ok.
  • 0% (0)
    It's horrible!
34 Total Votes  
post #1201 of 2163
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Done! Welcome aboard.



What is this white stuff you're talking about? Might wanna try to stick to some well known stuff (AS5, MX3, OCZ Freeze, ShinEtsu, etc).
its like standard OEM silicone based thermal grease, wuts the best TIM for the money?
    
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its like standard OEM silicone based thermal grease, wuts the best TIM for the money?
I think it's more of a personal preference. A lot of people like Shin Etsu and will vouch for it. Myself, I've had good luck with MX-3. AS5 is a little outdated and you'll have to wait for it to cure (it was good back in the days ).
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Added and welcome!
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post #1205 of 2163
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I think it's more of a personal preference. A lot of people like Shin Etsu and will vouch for it. Myself, I've had good luck with MX-3. AS5 is a little outdated and you'll have to wait for it to cure (it was good back in the days ).
There's a lot of hype that surrounds thermal grease. Most of them will perform
equally well.

Talking to a guy at Thermalright, he said pretty much anything will do as long
as it's a fine particulate and can conduct heat, eg. Marmite spread.

Few months back while building my gf's PC, I ran out of AS5, only had enough
to cover about a third of the CPU surface. So, remembering what he said, I
covered the rest with Marmite - it works fine! I expect my gf thus has the
only Marmite-powered Athlon64 6000+ system anywhere. CPU @ 3GHz,
the rest of it is an Asrock AM2NF3-VSTA mbd, 2GB DDR2/800, X1950Pro512MB AGP, 146GB 15K SCSI disk, etc.

Personally though, I just buy AS5. It's not as if these things are expensive.

I have however also bought the Arctic cleaning kit (ArctiClean 1 and 2),
for when redoing HSF attachments, etc.

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post #1206 of 2163
Hey Reaper. Sorry to ask again lol.. But... I need u to update my OC again xD last night I hit 4.18GHz (FINALLY ><) and fixed my low-frequency memories.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1313789

Improved Memories Frequency and Timings and also 4.15 to 4.18

Thanks
post #1207 of 2163
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Hey Reaper. Sorry to ask again lol.. But... I need u to update my OC again xD last night I hit 4.18GHz (FINALLY ><) and fixed my low-frequency memories.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1313789

Improved Memories Frequency and Timings and also 4.15 to 4.18

Thanks
No problem. That's what I'm here for. Keeper of the spreadsheet is my title and update it I shall.

You can post here and ask me to update it as many times as you like... no worries.
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post #1208 of 2163
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No problem. That's what I'm here for. Keeper of the spreadsheet is my title and update it I shall.

You can post here and ask me to update it as many times as you like... no worries.
Haha I think I'm gonna stay with those frequencies as my CPU refuses to go over 4.18GHz unless I raise the Vcore to atleast 1.4V, which is obviously TOO hot for me (I'm not watercooling nor using a monster of a cooler) lol
post #1209 of 2163
I didn't know this club existed, haha.

Anyway, Core i7 860 @ 4.2 GHz.

Here's proof: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=
post #1210 of 2163
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I didn't know this club existed, haha.

Anyway, Core i7 860 @ 4.2 GHz.

Here's proof: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=
Admiral, your proof is broken, fix the link
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