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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-08-2013, 09:51 AM
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The delidding business is getting out of hand in OCN. It seems that you made a very clean delidding job. Now it is time to put that under a proper cooler and oc it to hell and back.thumb.gif

Edit: Just checked your sig rigs and it seems to be in an AIO PC so no OC I guess. Would have loved to see how far you could bus overclock this little apu.

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I didn't know fx's were soldered (never investigated) just knew that apus could be delidded so I assumed builder could too ):
Thanks anyways...
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Hahaha yeah, I am nuts. Pretty dang nuts xD

Mind you, I just tore it down again to install new bolts and run it lidless biggrin.gif

Oh, and a side note. Noctua's mounting system is CRAP. It wasn't putting enough pressure on the whole assembly to spread the paste properly wth.gif

Hrm Ill bet that was part of your problem smile.gif
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Hrm Ill bet that was part of your problem smile.gif

You sure do!

Anyway I just finished mounting the HSF (now it presses as hard as the board lets it go!)


Edit: Exact same temperatures. I am starting to think that for whatever reason, there's a bad sensor on these chips.


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nice job with the delidding!

Thank you biggrin.gif

I'm going to do some serious temperature testing about this. I've attached a flat probe to the heatsink, right besides the very APU die. We'll see if HWMonitor is to trust, or it has gone bonkers thumb.gif


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I find this delidding much more appealing than the Intel ones. Maybe its just the pins.... wink.gif
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Oh, by the way, HWMonitor is creeping bonkers, smile.gif

A flat probe attached right to the sides of the die reports 47ºC under heavy load, while HWMonitor is reporting 74ºC. Needless to say, the system doesn't shut down, so there's absolutely no way it's running like that, as thermal shutdown is 71.5ºC.


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