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yessir
That should be yes.. Mame
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That should be yes.. Mame
Really?


woopsy I had a poopsy
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uh mame is an emulator, you're thinking of ma'am , short for madam =]
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alright, now I'm confused LOL
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uh mame is an emulator, you're thinking of ma'am , short for madam =]
Maybe not in Australia?
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I didn't get a reply post so I'm assuming I'm added to the club I posted my rig a couple pages back...
    
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After doing some fiddling, and replacing the stock paste with a dab of Thermal Fusion 400 Compound (RG-TF4-TGU1-GP), I'm pretty pleased with the results. I did have some MX-3 on there before but figured why not try the new stuff and it looks to have been a good choice.

Prime95 run for 9 hours overnight:

Ambient: 25c
Idle: 33c
Load: 48c


LinX test after over an hour today:

Ambient: 26c
Idle: 34c
Load: 50c


After spending all day Saturday with this I learned the following:


1. Shin-etsu paste is the most fustrating paste I have ever had the displeasure of dealing with. Has the consistency of peanut butter, even after heating in a cup for 20 minutes, and spreads like crap. If you decide to try this beware of this and plan accordingly.

2. The best method for applying thermal compound is the "bb size dab on CPU and affix heatsink" method. I got the best results from this for the least amount of fustration.

3. Using either MX-3 or Cooler Master Thermal Fusion 400 Compound (RG-TF4-TGU1-GP) gave good results with the nod towards the Thermal Fusion 400.

4. If you are using an AMD system run, do not walk, to FrozenCPU and get the newer AM3 mounting kit. It's an all-metal fixture, using a much better quality plastic ring than the flimsy metal one, and no plastic backplate BS. The screws are even pre-configured so that you can't overtighten them unless you are the Hulk and have no fine motor control; just screw in and snug to fit.

5. The push/pull fan configuration also gives the best results with the exaust pointing out of the case which helped drop the interior temps down to aid in cooling the video card.

I've attached some pics of my setup and the test results as well. Overall, I'm just happy that I finally seem to have gotten this dialed in to where I can start enjoying my system rather than stressing over it.




    
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Did you not read my email? My 3.8 is 1.375 volts (used multi-only), NB is at 2600 mhz (used multi only) with 1.25 volts, RAM is at 1600 mhz 9-9-9-24 with 1.7 volts.
Your run 64 Bit that what keep you stable any faster timing you would BOSD trust me ifyour stable and cool and fast never mind the ram but the system stock V should be 1.8v
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Nice, thats pretty much the same setup I've got on it. Are you running intake or exhaust?


Almost identical to me too, same power supply, the 2 fans at the top are exhaust and the h-50 is intake push/pull



Temps are good too
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Guys tommorow im getting a h50 or a noctua nhu12p. Both would be used with 2x noctua p12 fans push pull. Thing is i heard h50 doesnt work well in cases with not that good airflow. And my p182 doesnt have good airflow.
Thoughts??
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