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post #11 of 17
are u talking about Celsius degrees? if you are maybe your temp sensor has a problem
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Okay thx guys for helping me even though it was a simple solution
I used a different paste and my idle temps are 28-32 degrees

I'm really stunned that the defaulte paste was so bad? I almost can't believe it actually I must did something wrong or something..

Thx guys!
Edited by GRoger - 2/19/11 at 11:04am
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It wasn't the stock paste that was bad. The fact that the temps went back to normal after you took the cooler off tells us that you didn't have it seated properly.

The biggest temp difference you will see when changing paste is around 5*C. Not 70*C.
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hmm, As far as I know the stock paste used on H70 is on of the best? shin etsu?
    
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hmm, As far as I know the stock paste used on H70 is on of the best? shin etsu?
Yeah, it is Shin Etsu... Like said above a 70C difference would indicate a user error.
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Classic.
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Originally Posted by GRoger View Post
Okay thx guys for helping me even though it was a simple solution
I used a different paste and my idle temps are 28-32 degrees

I'm really stunned that the defaulte paste was so bad? I almost can't believe it actually I must did something wrong or something..

Thx guys!

the TIM in the h50/h70 is the best in the market today. they use shin etsu on their stock paste so im quite sure you installed the it incorrectly or there's not much contact between them
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