So I reapplied the TIM with some of my MX-2 the way that was recommended to me and the results are acceptable. Before all this, with the stock TIM that came with the H80, I was at 4.2GHz folding at 48C. I upgrade my motherboard and reapplied MX-2 with horrendous results. I had to down clock my OC to 3.9GHz and was barely folding at 57C. After reviewing all that was written in the 80-way TIM web page, I cautiously clamp down my WC block some more and stayed folding with 3.9GhZ @ 54 to 55C. After the fold-a-thon I broke down and shut my system off to reapply the MX-2 as recommended in parallel lines 1/3 apart, tightened down and finally came up with these results:
I don't honestly know what temps I got at 3.9 GHz after reapplication but I am folding stable at 4.1GHz at 50 to 51C. I can't get 4.2GHz stable anymore yet but my folding ppd has improved quite a bit. I still think I will wait to get the G751 until I am ready to upgrade my cpu in the near future. WIth how the H80 is performing I can accept 4.1Ghz for now and not risk dmg to any of the components right now. I am a believer in attn to the reapplication of the TIM and doing it the proper way. Made a huge difference to me. Thanks again for that link. Keep on cooling everyone.