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Welcome to OCN Slug_go

This site is a wealth of information.

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Edited by Bodycount - 7/5/10 at 4:08am
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Welcome Sluggo.

Well I'm back up and running. I'm on my system at this very moment. Did a complete 2 drive scan with my AVG in safe mode and my Malware Bytes. Seems like everything is good. I haven't checked the Report log but I'm pretty sure I don't have anything anymore if I did have anything to begin with.

So to get back on topic, I'll be remounting my H50 later today and checking the temps to see where I'm at.

Thanks for the input everybody I appreciate it as it reminds me why I am a member of OC.net. It also makes me proud to be in great company... most of the time.

~Ceadder
 
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Welcome to OCN Slug_go

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TY for the welcome. In my case a lot of times, I find what doesn't work much of the time, before I stumble across a decent solution.
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Welcome Sluggo.

Well I'm back up and running. I'm on my system at this very moment. Did a complete 2 drive scan with my AVG in safe mode and my Malware Bytes. Seems like everything is good. I haven't checked the Report log but I'm pretty sure I don't have anything anymore if I did have anything to begin with.

So to get back on topic, I'll be remounting my H50 later today and checking the temps to see where I'm at.

Thanks for the input everybody I appreciate it as it reminds me why I am a member of Overclock.net. It also makes me proud to be in great company... most of the time.

~Ceadder
And thank you for the welcome. Glad to hear you are back up on your system. I am looking forward ti seeing your temps.

Believe me you do not ever want want a BIOS virus/worm, talk about a serious PITA. Thank you MS and Adobe Flash. Because of such I run KIS 2010 24/7 then MWBytes, AVG, and Spybot routinely. My GF will click on anything when surfing.....

Anyhow, Ceadder, you ever played around with those Papst fans I mentioned? Curious.....I have a Delta HS 25mm lying in storage, but wanted to try the Papsts 38's.

It's gonna be a fun run in regards to my time and space on the kitchen table as veggies coming from the garden now are competing for space for the 'swap zone' at this time. I want test and to build now, but, beans, squash, and maters are needing attention first. Had my first mater sandwich (from the garden) yesterday to celebrate the 4th (made my goal) as one slice covered an entire slice of regular loaf bread.

I will say I am apprehensive about my ability to get the H50 in right the first time....hopefully the CPU cutout on the HAF will make it much easier. I am eager to see the H50 results for my stuff vs stock as or right now on the Q6700 temps from HWMonitor (with only FireFox & KIS( running are showing:

Core 0: 34C
Core 1: 36C
Core 2: 31C
Core 3: 31C

System: 28C
Ambient: 24C

I wanted to upgrade the CPU and Mombo this year, but a new roof and heat pump 1st half of this year sucked up some serious funds.

I've saved some stock Prime95 screenshot results using HWMonitor and RealTemp and will post them along with the before and after stuff.
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No such luck with the 932 making it easier. The bottom fittings on the backplate are covered by the lower part of the opening. You'll want to make certain that you don't push down on the screws to install them or the fitting will back out and score the paint.

On the plus note you've got Intel so you can place the inserts in the lock ring and then fit the screws through until they are free and clear of the insert. Then start a turn or so til they are in place and you can't pull them clear of the backplate inserts. Once that's done you should have hardly any issues at all fitting the pump through the ring, snapped into place an then tightened.

Nope can't say as I have tried those Papst fans. I've tried Pabst Blue Ribbon but not Papst fans. Apologies.

And I'm hella jealous. I love a good beefsteak Tomato slice with Miracle Whip a slice of Pepperjack on one side a bit of lettuce and some pepper on the other side smackdab in the middle of a couple pieces of Whole Wheat Bread. I been waiting for the local crops to come in thanks for the reminder much appreciated.

Temps with the AMD cooler right now are

Core 0 36c/34c/37c
Core 1 35c/35c/37c
Core 2 36c/35c/37c
Core 3 36c/35c/37c

When I had the EPU-4 Engine on it bumped my temps up +/- 3c with the AMD Cooler. Can't wait to see what it does with the H50.

~Ceadder

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And thank you for the welcome. Glad to hear you are back up on your system. I am looking forward ti seeing your temps.

Believe me you do not ever want want a BIOS virus/worm, talk about a serious PITA. Thank you MS and Adobe Flash. Because of such I run KIS 2010 24/7 then MWBytes, AVG, and Spybot routinely. My GF will click on anything when surfing.....

Anyhow, Ceadder, you ever played around with those Papst fans I mentioned? Curious.....I have a Delta HS 25mm lying in storage, but wanted to try the Papsts 38's.

It's gonna be a fun run in regards to my time and space on the kitchen table as veggies coming from the garden now are competing for space for the 'swap zone' at this time. I want test and to build now, but, beans, squash, and maters are needing attention first. Had my first mater sandwich (from the garden) yesterday to celebrate the 4th (made my goal) as one slice covered an entire slice of regular loaf bread.

I will say I am apprehensive about my ability to get the H50 in right the first time....hopefully the CPU cutout on the HAF will make it much easier. I am eager to see the H50 results for my stuff vs stock as or right now on the Q6700 temps from HWMonitor (with only FireFox & KIS( running are showing:

Core 0: 34C
Core 1: 36C
Core 2: 31C
Core 3: 31C

System: 28C
Ambient: 24C

I wanted to upgrade the CPU and Mombo this year, but a new roof and heat pump 1st half of this year sucked up some serious funds.

I've saved some stock Prime95 screenshot results using HWMonitor and RealTemp and will post them along with the before and after stuff.
 
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No such luck with the 932 making it easier. The bottom fittings on the backplate are covered by the lower part of the opening. You'll want to make certain that you don't push down on the screws to install them or the fitting will back out and score the paint.

On the plus note you've got Intel so you can place the inserts in the lock ring and then fit the screws through until they are free and clear of the insert. Then start a turn or so til they are in place and you can't pull them clear of the backplate inserts. Once that's done you should have hardly any issues at all fitting the pump through the ring, snapped into place an then tightened.

Nope can't say as I have tried those Papst fans. I've tried Pabst Blue Ribbon but not Papst fans. Apologies.

And I'm hella jealous. I love a good beefsteak Tomato slice with Miracle Whip a slice of Pepperjack on one side a bit of lettuce and some pepper on the other side smackdab in the middle of a couple pieces of Whole Wheat Bread. I been waiting for the local crops to come in thanks for the reminder much appreciated.
Good to hear / see those temps.

I haven't met a beer I wouldn't try. My favs being Worsteiner & Becks Dark...working around the house beer is Miller Lite.

The mater yesterday was a Brandywine (heirloom variety all others are judged against for taste) and I'll be eating some beefsteaks later today. Salt & pepper and miracle whip, of course. The grocery store maters are basically sawdust with red food coloring and water added with really nice looks, but no taste.

Thanks for the tips on the 775 mounting bracket - appreciate that. I've got all the stuff for lapping but will not at this time since I still have a year to go on the CPU warranty and the H50 will be new. However, I will knife edge check both eventually, the CPU will be this time at swapping.

What's your opinion on removing the G751 from the H50 first into an ulta clean dish to reapply thin on the first mounting? I have no experience with the Shin - I hear it's a paste, not a cream and hard to spread.

From what I've read, I have little room to OC the Q6700 on the P5Q. My next mombo will have a ICH10R SB to RAID a pair of SSD's.

Ur opinion for the best i7 CPU to OC --- bang for the buck w/ HT ability??
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Is installing the H50supposed to make my room smell like plastic?
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Not sure I would suggest such a thing. The only reason it's a "paste" at this point is because air hit it. Once that happens the viscosity of it is pretty low. Honestly I don't suggest removing it at all unless you have fresh on hand. The stuff that comes on the H50 itself is pretty thick and while not unreasonable and provides better temps than the stock cooler(which also provides pretty thick coverage ironically enough) is a bit much. But I still wouldn't mess with it yet. Pick up some excellent 0 day cure TIM (there is a list in my sig) and when you're feeling spry then mess with it. But get a baseline reading on your temps first so you can see the difference.

I should have done this before I lapped but I already made up my mind to do the lapping before I even got my 955 and H50. Oh well too late, I enjoy the temps I have now but it sure would be nice to know I went from ? to current temps. lol

Oh and I can't give you any feedback on which Intel CPU is a better OC bang for the buck as I only have P4 experience the last time I ran Intel. For me to do so would be a bit above my pay grade as it were.

Guinness and Jack FTW!

~Ceadder

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Good to hear / see those temps.

I haven't met a beer I wouldn't try. My favs being Worsteiner & Becks Dark...working around the house beer is Miller Lite.

The mater yesterday was a Brandywine (heirloom variety all others are judged against for taste) and I'll be eating some beefsteaks later today. Salt & pepper and miracle whip, of course. The grocery store maters are basically sawdust with red food coloring and water added with really nice looks, but no taste.

Thanks for the tips on the 775 mounting bracket - appreciate that. I've got all the stuff for lapping but will not at this time since I still have a year to go on the CPU warranty and the H50 will be new. However, I will knife edge check both eventually, the CPU will be this time at swapping.

What's your opinion on removing the G751 from the H50 first into an ulta clean dish to reapply thin on the first mounting? I have no experience with the Shin - I hear it's a paste, not a cream and hard to spread.

From what I've read, I have little room to OC the Q6700 on the P5Q. My next mombo will have a ICH10R SB to RAID a pair of SSD's.

Ur opinion for the best i7 CPU to OC --- bang for the buck w/ HT ability??

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Ur opinion for the best i7 CPU to OC --- bang for the buck w/ HT ability??
The best bang for your buck for an I7 is to think about buying an I7 then instead buy an AMD Phenom II x4 or x6.

In about the same boat as Cheddar the last time I dealt with an intel it was a P4. I have enough money to buy any CPU/components I want but still wouldn't buy an intel I think they ridiculously overcharge for no reason. I hope that more and more people and companies start to vote with their money like me to show their dislike for intel price gouging.

Back on topic of talking about H50's you can't really take the temps that I and Cheddar and other AMD users get to compare to your own because Intel CPU's run a lot hotter by design.

I did run across a good post/idea about the stock TIM that comes with the H50. Put on a pair of rubber gloves and take off the stock TIM and you can roll it in a ball and then only use the amount that should be on there instead of the amount that is way to much originally.
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Is installing the H50supposed to make my room smell like plastic?
MMM new hardware smell. c:
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