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this is what the coverage looked like.





which i think is exceptional
Edited by MrSleepin - 9/6/11 at 9:21am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post
From what I understand the general consensus is the Hyper 212+ isn't recommended for anything past 4ghz since it doesn't completely come in contact with the entire processor.

And, it's also simply too weak for the Sandy Bridge's speeds and high voltage.

Something like that..
Using the Hyper 212+ with IC Diamond, striped application parallel with pipes. For under $30 at Microcenter it's a good choice. I've had it up to 4.7ghz but have since changed to 4.6ghz on 2600k with HT, no problems just like having the chip a bit cooler. Though I did change the stock fan for two Ultra Kaze 3000rpm fans, and have several in the case. The two on the CPU are turned down to 1680 through a Kaze Master 6 channel for noise.


Edited by MicahMicahMicah - 9/7/11 at 1:52am
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Does it really matter how the TIM is applied? I used Arctic Silver 5 and did the vertical line method as shown on their website, but could I have just spread it with a credit card and get the same effect?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr. Orange View Post
Does it really matter how the TIM is applied? I used Arctic Silver 5 and did the vertical line method as shown on their website, but could I have just spread it with a credit card and get the same effect?
the warn against the spreading because of the chance of catching air bubbles...
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Some thermal compound does not spread very well with that method.

I'm still thinking its something wrong with how the thermal compound spread, or didnt. I would reseat your heatsink and look at the patch of thermal paste and see how well it spread.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4
i used the video as reference
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Back up to 139.99 on Newegg after being 119.99 for a while. Still worth it at the higher price, though.
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just found out the eSATA cable can't be plugged in with SLI 580's
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Has anyone ever had any cold boot issues? Sometimes when I boot up, the graphics in BIOS and Windows are corrupt (weird lines and colors), but if I reboot, it's fine. I hope it's just bad nVidia drivers...
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probably video card???
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I bought this board for my build, I'm very pleased with it. I love how the CPU temp is displayed on the mobo, I can easily see my temps while playing.

I didn't read the whole thread, so I'm sorry if this has come up before, but has anyone been able to control the case fan speeds? Speedfan doesn't want to do it for me.
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