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post #3711 of 5391 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 05:37 PM
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https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/pro...e-kit-complete

Just bought a Rockit CPU delidding kit, direct die frame and some Quicksilver to remove the solder.

For that $59.99 USD including shipping it's incredible and they had a promo, $9.99 shipping by FedEx to Canada!
Let us know your results. I've been itching to do the same. That's a great shipping promo to Canada(I'm in AB).

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post #3712 of 5391 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 11:31 PM
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Let us know your results. I've been itching to do the same. That's a great shipping promo to Canada(I'm in AB).
Actually, the $9.99 shipping is two day FedEx shipping, ordered Wednesday, will have it Friday.

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Hello, I have 9900K and Aorus Master Z390 + Evo 212 Turbo what should I do change to undervolt the cpu since it is hitting 100c+ with Small FFTs v26 at stock frequencies
Till I receive the Thermaltake Water 3.0 360 ARG next sunday [it's a 360mm AIO]?

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post #3714 of 5391 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 05:25 AM
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Hi guys! I've just received the Thermaltake TFX thermal paste I ordered about two weeks ago from Aliexpress after reading Kedarwolf's post in this thread (I was intrigued by its conductivity and wanted to try to cool my 9900k with it). Before applying it, I'd like to ask you a couple of questions: have someone tried it, and if so how did it go? I've also seen the operating instructions printed on the back of the package: they apparently suggest to squeeze out a line of TFX by the edge of the contact surface on both the cooler bottom and the HSI (IHS I guess), then to distribute it evenly along the surfaces with the included scraper. Is this a well-established method? I usually apply the thermal paste only on the IHS (in the past by dropping a rice sized dot in the middle, lately by covering all of the surface with a spatula). Doesn't applying two layers increase the thickness and hinder the cooling process? Thanks in advance!
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Hi guys! I've just received the Thermaltake TFX thermal paste I ordered about two weeks ago from Aliexpress after reading Kedarwolf's post in this thread (I was intrigued by its conductivity and wanted to try to cool my 9900k with it). Before applying it, I'd like to ask you a couple of questions: have someone tried it, and if so how did it go? I've also seen the operating instructions printed on the back of the package: they apparently suggest to squeeze out a line of TFX by the edge of the contact surface on both the cooler bottom and the HSI (IHS I guess), then to distribute it evenly along the surfaces with the included scraper. Is this a well-established method? I usually apply the thermal paste only on the IHS (in the past by dropping a rice sized dot in the middle, lately by covering all of the surface with a spatula). Doesn't applying two layers increase the thickness and hinder the cooling process? Thanks in advance!
Pea method is the way to go, let me know how thick it is, sometimes helps to heat the tube in hot water first if is kinda thick, I don't like thick pastes myself, why I use MasterGel, well, until I delid my 9900k and go direct die, then liquid metal Conductonaut (spelling?).

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Pea method is the way to go
I agree, but I would describe it as a small pea method or even a rice grain method. There are some large peas out there!

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Pea method is the way to go, let me know how thick it is, sometimes helps to heat the tube in hot water first if is kinda thick, I don't like thick pastes myself, why I use MasterGel, well, until I delid my 9900k and go direct die, then liquid metal Conductonaut (spelling?).
I prefer the crossing diagonal X method with such large rectangular dies.

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You basically cannot worsen temps if you use too much, but can make a mess. If using a conductive paste be careful. I used the kryonaut spreader to put a thin layer over entire die.

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Guys, do we have some most optimal bios settings for 24/7? I have 8700K and Z390 Aorus Pro. CPU works well on 5100Mhz and avx offset=1.

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Quote: Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post
https://rockitcool.myshopify.com/pro...e-kit-complete

Just bought a Rockit CPU delidding kit, direct die frame and some Quicksilver to remove the solder.

For that $59.99 USD including shipping it's incredible and they had a promo, $9.99 shipping by FedEx to Canada!
Oooohhh! I'm actually tempted to try this and then just RMA my CPU w/ the $20 "Intel Tuning Protection Plan" if I manage to ****up and brick the thing.....

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