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But the paste goes beyond the chip. Is it possible to melt and get in my CPU socket?
It will not melt, lmao. Sorry
post #12 of 23
shin-etsu is the stuff that comes with it, its arguably the best TIM out their right now
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shin-etsu is the stuff that comes with it, its arguably the best TIM out their right now
noticeably better than MX-4?
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Okay, just because I do not want to start another thread, the H50 comes with a 3 pin connector. There is 2 3 pin slots on my mobo, one near the CPU 4 Pin, and another one down near my sata ports. Can I use either one of them? I believe the 3 pin is the pump since its on the H50.
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Okay, just because I do not want to start another thread, the H50 comes with a 3 pin connector. There is 2 3 pin slots on my mobo, one near the CPU 4 Pin, and another one down near my sata ports. Can I use either one of them? I believe the 3 pin is the pump since its on the H50.
Put the one from the cpu block into a fan header and the fan into the CPU fan header and make sure in bios that the system fan header is running at 100%
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Put the one from the cpu block into a fan header and the fan into the CPU fan header and make sure in bios that the system fan header is running at 100%
Okay, I put the Fan into the CPU_FAN, and I placed the one going from the pump, to the PWR_FAN1

Does that sound right? I am trying to go by my mobos manual, and it confusing as hell.

Also I am running the Push/Pull with the Corsair fan pulling in, and then for now, I will be using my Antec 902 fan to pull until I can get matching ones.
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I ask because according to the mobo manual, there is a 3 pin CHA_FAN2 and a 3 pin PWR_FAN.
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So we all agree that the stock paste (Shin Etsu) is good stuff however, Corsair do slap it on thickly.

Can I suggest you remove the bulk of it and apply the normal amount you would usually do to the CPU die.

I do wish they wouldnt pre-apply and just supply a tube of the stuff.
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So we all agree that the stock paste (Shin Etsu) is good stuff however, Corsair do slap it on thickly.

Can I suggest you remove the bulk of it and apply the normal amount you would usually do to the CPU die.

I do wish they wouldnt pre-apply and just supply a tube of the stuff.
This^
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Some help regarding posts 16 and 17 please. I think it got skipped since you guys started talking about the TIM again
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