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I can tell you as soon as I get home, it really helped gluing the ihs back and not pushing too hard while it was drying so the layer of paste was really thick under the ihs. Before re-gluing, the hold down bracket was pushing the ihs really hard against the die and the paste was so thin and it cracked every time. It's really good for water and air cooling temps but for ln2 it wasn't working for me.

So last night I was benching at -170 for hours and it didn't crack once. I have to go home and grab my 11.5 screenshot and the pictures and the batch#

I used that black silicone sealant at autozone for $6 and I gently dropped the ihs on the sealant and then put it into the clamshell and closed it to even out the ihs and let it dry for 24hrs, it worked great and it's really easy to de-lid again.

I think there is more left in the chip, I need to find the right mix of pll voltages, my pll termination and standby voltages were a little low so I will try and push them more next time. Excited to see what it can do without hyper threading with legacy 3d.

Is this Silicone different from the one I linked on Bot..?
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Is this Silicone different from the one I linked on Bot..?

I didn't even realize you were rtsurfer over there. Ya thanks for the link, it's exactly what I bought and it seems to work great, man that's funny, I didn't even realize that was you.
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Its okay. smile.gif

Good to know the sealant works good on cold too, haven't had the time to test mine yet.
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got a couple pics, still terrible at taking photos.









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Damn the ice on those caps , looks like you had no insulation there.
How did the board not die.?

Also, don't worry, you are not the one, terrible at taking pictures. redface.gif
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Damn the ice on those caps , looks like you had no insulation there.
How did the board not die.?

Also, don't worry, you are not the one, terrible at taking pictures. redface.gif

There is LET and frost king underneath and vaseline on top. I had no trouble at all. I benched for over 3 hours at -170c. The cb and cbb was -170c exactly so it was such a nice session, the board didn't shut down or do anything weird the entire night, it was one of the best times I have had.
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I see..
That would make sense.
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what does everyone do about fan headers? just vas? nothing?

i got covers for my 4pins but not 3pin
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NVM.
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Well, I ran a 7 hour LN2 session today. OC'd the maching in the 6's 6.2 to 6.9 ghz but couldn't for the life of me get anything but novabench to read current speeds outside of 1.5ghz per core. Here is a print screen. I'm at the house now so I can run as meny sessions as I need. The only thing I can think of is, I used the jumper and LN2 switch on the Formula Z board. Should I not be using the jumper/switch? As far as I know I disabled all power management settings in the BIOS and followed all tutorials to a T. BTW I ran at -186 for 7 hours, no ice in the case. As you can see on one of the programs, the MOBO temp was around -10C from the purge nitrogen. Also the video card, which normally runs about 50C ran at 0C from the sub ambient purge. My son will be gaming with Dying Light for three hours OC'd at 6.9 ghz and -186 tomorrow. We'll be making video of the fun. See the PS below and any suggestion are TOTALLY WELCOME!
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