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Here are the results of my i7 920 3.8GHz overclock.

http://img51.imageshack.us/img51/181...01045828pm.png

http://img36.imageshack.us/img36/763...01045736pm.png

http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/4962/octemps.jpg


I are happy!
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If I were to re-seat it I would most probably keep the original TIM.
If I remember correctly there might have been some original thermal paste from the Intel CPU cooler.
Hmmm... reusing TIM is contentious. How long have you have the cooler in place? If its been a while, consider new TIM.

I would also advise against stock intel TIM.

If you reseat, get some Shin Etsu or MX-3 or something like that.

I note you live in Melbourne... I use this supplier, they are very good.


TwwIX - very nice!

Question for everyone: In relation to LINX. Is one of the goals (apart from stability) to have a lower time or higher GFLOPs OR try to achieve a combination of both?
Edited by Sethy666 - 7/8/10 at 8:15pm
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Hmmm... reusing TIM is contentious. How long have you have the cooler in place? If its been a while, consider new TIM.

I would also advise against stock intel TIM.

If you reseat, get some Shin Etsu or MX-3 or something like that.

I note you live in Melbourne... I use this supplier, they are very good.




TwwIX - very nice!

Question for everyone: In relation to LINX. Is one of the goals (apart from stability) to have a lower time or higher GFLOPs OR try to achieve a combination of both?
I bought the H50 from them on Monday and only installed it on Wednesday.
and out of that it has had about 2 days run time.
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I bought the H50 from them on Monday and only installed it on Wednesday.
and out of that it has had about 2 days run time.
Yeah... give it a fly. If the temps start going weird, that will be the reason.
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If I were to re-seat it I would most probably keep the original TIM.
If I remember correctly there might have been some original thermal paste from the Intel CPU cooler.
you didnt clean off the stock tim that was leftover from the stock cooler?...

its fairly common for intel cores to be off by up to 9 degrees on different cores, unless you know that the cores were all the same on the stock cooler
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you didnt clean off the stock tim that was leftover from the stock cooler?...

its fairly common for intel cores to be off by up to 9 degrees on different cores, unless you know that the cores were all the same on the stock cooler
Nah I didn't, I was in a bit of a hurry and didn't thinking that it was that important at the time.
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Nah I didn't, I was in a bit of a hurry and didn't thinking that it was that important at the time.
Have we not taught you anything young Padawan?

Reseat the pump, clean all the TIM off both the CPU and the pump head. Write out one hundred times "I will clean off old TIM" and report back with your temps.
Edited by Sethy666 - 7/8/10 at 11:19pm
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Have we not taught you anything young Padawan?

Reseat the pump, clean all the TIM off both the CPU and the pump head. Write out one hundred times "I will clean off old TIM" and report back with your temps.
Only one hundred your making it too easy on him I always required my students to do it 1000 times while standing on their head with ankle weights on.
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Bah, young Padawan stuff. I make them perform a Sith single hand 2 fingerstand 2 inches over a pool of Piraña while standing on their off balance foot and have them carve it into solid granite with their light saber as I alternately force choke them and force grab the occasional Piraña and stuff it into their knickers.

That'll teach em every time.

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Only one hundred your making it too easy on him I always required my students to do it 1000 times while standing on their head with ankle weights on.
 
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Have we not taught you anything young Padawan?

Reseat the pump, clean all the TIM off both the CPU and the pump head. Write out one hundred times "I will clean off old TIM" and report back with your temps.

Now I'm going to have to wait a ridiculous amount of time for thermal paste since the local computer store fails.

I am sorry master.
*facepalm*
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