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Originally Posted by Annex;12412839 
I'm definitely not planning to mount without one, but I don't have the tools(or desire) for modding, and it'd add to the overall price (and complexity) of the kit if I had to buy specific tools just to utilize my backplate properly.

thanks for the help smile.gif

The black screws that came with the kit screwed right in to my motherboard's stock AM3 backplate with no issues
    
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post #4182 of 13773
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Nothing wrong with taking the blocks apart. Before I added my GPU WB, I took it apart and gave it a good cleaning.

Not sure what rad you have, but the heat comes from the added voltage. The more voltage, the more heat. If you don't need to be at 4.3Ghz, then just bring it down a bit.

That's what I did, 4.2Ghz was nice. But it through out so much heat. Now @ 4Ghz. Heat isn't as bad. This was needed because I added the GPU WB.

From what I have seen with the i7's. 60's seem to be the norm.
1.34v 4.3Ghz i7 950

1.125v 950 core GTX 580

On a RX360.

66-67c 4.3Ghz max load
56-63c 4.0Ghz max load

GPU
40-45c Max Load


Good temps? I thought the CPU should be at around 60-63 at those settings.

And the reason I don't want to take apart all my blocks if for fear of messing them up 1. And two because I don't know where I could get new .5mm and 1mm thermal pads for my GTX 580 block.
post #4183 of 13773
So, How well did I do with thermal paste if full folding load (for days) raises my temp to 52 with ambients of 16.3, considering my 4.7ghz @ 1.42v OC
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1.34v 4.3Ghz i7 950

1.125v 950 core GTX 580

On a RX360.

66-67c 4.3Ghz max load
56-63c 4.0Ghz max load

GPU
40-45c Max Load


Good temps? I thought the CPU should be at around 60-63 at those settings.

And the reason I don't want to take apart all my blocks if for fear of messing them up 1. And two because I don't know where I could get new .5mm and 1mm thermal pads for my GTX 580 block.
Looks good to me. While folding my CPU gets ~50C and my GPU stays ~45C. Granted my E5300 isn't a i7. But it does put out some heat, so does my 8800GT and this is on a RS240 rad w/ the fans that came with the kit. I say your temps look great.

I feel you on not wanting to take it apart. When I took apart the EK waterblock for my GPU. I thought it would be a PITA. But it wasn't. Pretty simple. Just got to make sure you put the gasket back in the right place. But thermal pads? Either EK or buy them from say FrozenCPU or the such. Someone sent me some of their left over EK ones. It's not like you need a bunch of them
post #4185 of 13773
We should get a graph going, for different CPU's and the temps they get with different kits. Just so people can see the performance to expect from a kit.
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I would love to. But people don't like taking ACTUAL before and after screen shots.
I would love to go by word of mouth. But it's not as much proof as screen shots are.
Why do you think I've asked people to do before and afters? Because people would rather see a screen shot, then go by someones word of mouth.
post #4187 of 13773
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I would love to. But people don't like taking ACTUAL before and after screen shots.
I would love to go by word of mouth. But it's not as much proof as screen shots are.
Why do you think I've asked people to do before and afters? Because people would rather see a screen shot, then go by someones word of mouth.
No, just after. like have.

i7 950 @ 4ghz @ (voltage)

RS240mm (temp)
RX240mm (temp)
RS360mm (temp)
RX360mm (temp)

You know just like a few different graphics showing some popular CPU's with temps of the different kits. so people just have a general idea of how well it will cool their chip.
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I would love to. But people don't like taking ACTUAL before and after screen shots.
I would love to go by word of mouth. But it's not as much proof as screen shots are.
Why do you think I've asked people to do before and afters? Because people would rather see a screen shot, then go by someones word of mouth.
I don't have any befores on this system :/ lol
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The black screws that came with the kit screwed right in to my motherboard's stock AM3 backplate with no issues
I have a MSI 870A-G54 backplate which has the standoffs that aren't threaded all the way through. Looks like your motherboard uses the same backplate.

Think that might have something to do with it?
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post #4190 of 13773
If we decide to do that I could give temps at several different settings for both an i7 and a 580.
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