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post #51 of 57 (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 01:35 PM - Thread Starter
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UPDATE: I got hold of a TS140 Power through Nan's, set 'er up, only to be disappointed. This cooler's doing worse than the IB-E Extreme Rev. B!
It has to be a contact issue due to the delid, it just HAS to be that, and why the IB-E Extreme Rev. B is only managing to match the NH-D15S w/2 NF-A15.


I tried tightening the 2 screws for the mounting bar all the way - takes ~7 full turns each with a screwdriver. No dice.
Considering it maybe too tight, I did fewer turns, all the way down to 3 full turns each... nada.


They're not in the new pics, but the front intake was the push-pull 3x NF-A14 IPPC 3000 > Celsius S36 > 3x NF-F12 IPPC 3000.
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Sorry for not checking all the pages but how does convexity of each cooler look like and is the IHS on the CPU concave?

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7820X is convex.
NH-D15S is convex.


Both TS140 Power and IB-E Extreme appear to be flat, polished, and mirrored surfaces.
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Is IHS truly convex and not concave? If so it's really rare, majority of Intels are concave. Coolers should wiggle when placed on a flat surface as their convexity is a usual measure to compensate that defect.

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Intel's IHSs used to be concave and changed to convex at some point.
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https://imgur.com/tpivHGp

UPDATE: I got hold of a TS140 Power through Nan's, set 'er up, only to be disappointed. This cooler's doing worse than the IB-E Extreme Rev. B!
It has to be a contact issue due to the delid, it just HAS to be that, and why the IB-E Extreme Rev. B is only managing to match the NH-D15S w/2 NF-A15.

I tried tightening the 2 screws for the mounting bar all the way - takes ~7 full turns each with a screwdriver. No dice.
Considering it maybe too tight, I did fewer turns, all the way down to 3 full turns each... nada.

They're not in the new pics, but the front intake was the push-pull 3x NF-A14 IPPC 3000 > Celsius S36 > 3x NF-F12 IPPC 3000.
Sorry but I see no images when I open links. Finally got them to open.

What does TIM print look like? Could you maybe post a pic of TIM print after being fully tightened, then carefully removing it with as little movement as possible for best print.

You should tighten mounting screws until they stop turning (not turning so hard they strip or break). That is how mounts are designed to be used.

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