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post #11 of 40
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I used the TIM that came with my brothers hyper212+, which I beleive is coolermaster branded.
post #12 of 40
How did you apply it? Did you put too much or too little? I think a remount is necessary.
post #13 of 40
Looks like cable management is in order, would be better for all round temps....
 
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Are you using distiled water?
post #15 of 40
Doesn't seem to be tubing kinks like I thought. Is the pump making noise? Are you getting decent flow?
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post #16 of 40
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I think I put the right amount. I squeezed out a ball of paste about the size of a drop of water, and used the cpu block to spread the paste around, moving the block up down left right and around with a bit of pressure. When I lift the block, the TIM is spread in a think even layer, some of it coming off on the block, but most staying on the cpu. you can see the metal through the paste.
I just recabled my system when I installed the new PSU a few weeks ago. there is nowhere else to tuck the wires, my case kinda sucks that way
post #17 of 40
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I have been using Feser One from the time I installed the kit. I like the fact that its UV reactive. The pump makes a very quiet hum, that you can only hear if you put your ear to it. I dont know how to measure flow, but I assume its working properly
post #18 of 40
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I think I put the right amount. I squeezed out a ball of paste about the size of a drop of water, and used the cpu block to spread the paste around, moving the block up down left right and around with a bit of pressure. When I lift the block, the TIM is spread in a think even layer, some of it coming off on the block, but most staying on the cpu. you can see the metal through the paste.
I just recabled my system when I installed the new PSU a few weeks ago. there is nowhere else to tuck the wires, my case kinda sucks that way
You arent supposed to wiggle that block around too much and god beware, never ever lift it, if your are planning on using that paste. It will create airbubbles which will lead to some major temperature differences. Try reapplying the TIM and this time, dont lift it.
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post #19 of 40
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Oh thats not what I meant, I meant the last time I lifted which was when I upgraded CPU's, the TIM was like that, and I've applied it the same way every time so it should be the same right now. I know not to lift the block after applying. I can try re applying anyways though. I'll be a few mins.
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I have been using Feser One from the time I installed the kit. I like the fact that its UV reactive. The pump makes a very quiet hum, that you can only hear if you put your ear to it. I dont know how to measure flow, but I assume its working properly
ditch the feser one additive and go distilled water... you don't want to clean up the clogged up system
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