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First let me say the the X299 platform is the most frustrating platform I have ever used. I redid my LM application 5 times today and temps between cores is still pretty spread out. I think I am just going to give up and let it be, as I just don't have this much time to fiddle with it. What will probably happen is that this 7900X will go back into the Strix for another build and a 7980XE will find its home in the Omega. If anyone has any pointers on how to apply LM or pictures of what a "correct" application looks like, I am all for it.

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First let me say the the X299 platform is the most frustrating platform I have ever used. I redid my LM application 5 times today and temps between cores is still pretty spread out. I think I am just going to give up and let it be, as I just don't have this much time to fiddle with it. What will probably happen is that this 7900X will go back into the Strix for another build and a 7980XE will find its home in the Omega. If anyone has any pointers on how to apply LM or pictures of what a "correct" application looks like, I am all for it.
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Tried it. Couldn't get it to work long term to save my life. The Die Frame is in the drawer beside me just sitting there.

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Well x299 has been a money hungry platform for sure

Not any special tricks to delid
Remove all the intel stuff
Cover the sinsative areas with liquid elect tape or nail polish

Thin coat of LM on each surface
Little line of caulk across the bottom and a couple dots on the top
Clamp lightly and let it dry
Use fast dry and it's done in 1 hour for install.

Caulk where yellow squares are about the only thing I did out of the ordinary most completely seal it.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Well x299 has been a money hungry platform for sure

Not any special tricks to delid
Remove all the intel stuff
Cover the sinsative areas with liquid elect tape or nail polish

Thin coat of LM on each surface
Little line of caulk across the bottom and a couple dots on the top
Clamp lightly and let it dry
Use fast dry and it's done in 1 hour for install.

Caulk where yellow squares are about the only thing I did out of the ordinary most completely seal it.
Yep, pretty much what mine looks like, but all the silicone is gone and I left it unsealed. I'll let it settle for a few days and see what happens.

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Hi,
That was a 7820k I believe just an example where I put the sealant

I personally like said used fast dry regular home caulk so after 10 minutes it was tacky evough to stay together and get into the socket
Clamped and installed cpu water block.

I just got lucky I suppose
I had thoughts of trying to get the lm spread a little better for core temps but less than 10c apart is looking okay so I just left well enough alone and lapped the chip and done for a while

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I hate to hear your woes, my X299 experience has been 100% opposite - the most painless build I've had in years.

Hope things start to turn around for you. I know what it's like to have uncooperative systems.

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Hi,
Unsealed not sure what holds it together
I mean you don't need much
The bottom line is just so if the lm drops/ runs and there is something there to catch it otherwise it could work it's way out of the chip and on something it's not supposed to be on

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First let me say the the X299 platform is the most frustrating platform I have ever used. I redid my LM application 5 times today and temps between cores is still pretty spread out. I think I am just going to give up and let it be, as I just don't have this much time to fiddle with it. What will probably happen is that this 7900X will go back into the Strix for another build and a 7980XE will find its home in the Omega. If anyone has any pointers on how to apply LM or pictures of what a "correct" application looks like, I am all for it.
it's what that board deserves... or a 9980XE. Mr.T is certainly enjoyingh his 9980XE.
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Tried it. Couldn't get it to work long term to save my life. The Die Frame is in the drawer beside me just sitting there.
sold mine - was not worth the time for the few degrees. Frankly, I was curious about the frame, but not much more that that.

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OK, as I sit here drinking margaritas and fine tuning core voltages, I was thinking ( uh oh) perhaps it is not my LM application, but my method of applying TIM to the IHS. I have been spreading it evenly across the top of the IHS. This is great, but what if the block is slightly concave? That would mean that the center of the block isn't making great contact with the IHS. Now when I remove the block, the TIM appears fine, but who knows. Maybe if I use the "pea method" and place a blob in the center of the IHS, the TIM will apply pressure to the center of the IHS and fill any gaps caused by the block being a bit concave. Sort of makes sense....right? I mean there is no way that EVERY time I applied the LM, temps did not change at all. Sometimes they even went higher by a couple degrees. The only thing that did not change was the fact that I was spreading the TIM across the IHS.

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