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I hear that. PM sent. Thxs for the info. That's why I'm thinking about a full liquid cooling loop to take the 965 C3 to at least 4.2 or higher.
that's because reality.. unless you have a massive great ambients.. you won't be able to do 4.2 or higher on a H50 or H70... AMD likes extreme cold and then it overclocks extremely well... my best bet which is literally on any cooler... if where you live you do get a winter season... that is the best time to do those overclocks ... on summer its better to downclock

just hope your 965 is one of the lucky chips who can stable over 4.2ghz

And full custom water cooling.. is always better(if its a good properllydone WC setup) to achieve higher overclocks all year round.... minor issue maintenance would be required.
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Granted, I don't have my system overclocked (yet) but after 2 hours of SC II I'm only at 39C with my H70. Idle at ~30.

Much satisfaction.
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Hope I'm not late, here's mine:




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Noob question and I apologize if this was asked a thousand times but do I need to apply thermal paste on the cpu using the h70 kit? From my understanding the H70 comes pre applied with thermal paste.
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Noob question and I apologize if this was asked a thousand times but do I need to apply thermal paste on the cpu using the h70 kit? From my understanding the H70 comes pre applied with thermal paste.
It comes pre-applied. However, some people have reported their H50/H70 coming out of the box new with TOO MUCH thermal paste. Which, through previous studies has been shown to reduce the heatsink's performance.

It's good thermal paste, so start off using it. Some people have had better performance by removing it and using their own.
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Thanks for the quick response shapiror. That's good to know. Hope you guys can help me out when I get my H70. I can post pics of the block to see if there's too much thermal paste.
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Added meself.

Just bought this from Mastical with 2 Scythe Ultra Kaze 3k fans. Installed as push/pull exhaust with one fan on outside of case.

    
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still needs a lot of tidying up with the cables. add me up
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Thanks for the quick response shapiror. That's good to know. Hope you guys can help me out when I get my H70. I can post pics of the block to see if there's too much thermal paste.
I have not seen the H70 block up in person to see the amount of TIM on it only pictures it looked okay for the amount on it to me but the H50 definitely has way too much. The suggestion I give anyone in either case is if it has too much TIM then put on a rubber glove and take off the TIM and ball it up and split it in half then re-apply it.
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