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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 04-24-2019, 06:59 AM
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The contact doesn't seem right to me. No paste on the right side. The CPU I'm mounting it on is the 9900K.

Should I attempt to lap the surface? (Never lapped before).

The mounting pins also look like they are pointing off in different directions, unless it is trick of the eye?

Surface of the CPU block has lots of light swirl marks under a strong light.

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I thought both 97 n 99 were glued n timed woops.

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Hi,
Nope 99..k & x series are both back to solder
So unless the missing op has bucks to burn lapping or delid is not recommended.

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Is this CPU running too hot or higher than 10c delta across all cores? Doesn’t see any mention of what it running at....so might be non issue currently.


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Did you figure this one out yet as to why contact wasn't even?

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post #16 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 06:28 AM - Thread Starter
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I tried the all-round-performance Jet Plate which was very thin. It helped a bit with the contact, but no real performance difference.

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I’m confused-are you asking if there’s poor contact because the CPU runs hot? Because that’s the way the 9900k is, especially because it draws so much power.

There’s plenty of YouTube videos where they were reaching 80 or higher even with a water block.


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I'm asking about the poor physical contact between the block and IHS purely from my TIM and mount inspection (as seen in OP).

Although switching from the 115x Jet Plate to the general purpose Jet Plate as given slightly better contact, I'm worried that using the wrong Jet Plate will degrade performance. I'm not sure how a Jet Plate does effect performance or if one is even needed.

EK say to use 115x for 115x CPU's, but I hear the 9900K is concave compared to previous 115x CPU's which are convex.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post
I'm asking about the poor physical contact between the block and IHS purely from my TIM and mount inspection (as seen in OP).

Although switching from the 115x Jet Plate to the general purpose Jet Plate as given slightly better contact, I'm worried that using the wrong Jet Plate will degrade performance. I'm not sure how a Jet Plate does effect performance or if one is even needed.

EK say to use 115x for 115x CPU's, but I hear the 9900K is concave compared to previous 115x CPU's which are convex.
The jet plate would have absolutely no bearing on mounting pressure or contact. It changes only the liquid flow internally.

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The jet plate would have absolutely no bearing on mounting pressure or contact. It changes only the liquid flow internally.
Oh I see. I was advised on page 1 to change to the thinnest Jet Plate to allow for better physical contact between the block and IHS. The user suggested that a thinner plate would add more flex to the block to compensate for any high points on the CPU's IHS.

Based on the information you've given me, I'll stick with the 115x Jet Plate.

Will I benefit from using the Goofy position on my 9900K or is it not worth it?

Last but not least, can adding dye to a loop reduce thermal performance?

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