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If you watch gamersnexus often you will know they recommend NOT re-glueing the IHS as that undoes some of the progress made by deliding

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If you watch gamersnexus often you will know they recommend NOT re-glueing the IHS as that undoes some of the progress made by deliding
Some do and some don't. But if I don't get the BP IHS, and I can't do direct to die, then I guess I'll be doing it like the hundred others do it and getting some black high heat silicon adhesive.

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hey guys,
I've tested all Bitspower heatspreaders and compared them against the stock Intel IHS.
I've also made a quick video about the new Bitspower i8 IHS for Coffee Lake and the i7-8700K.
I tried to bring up a new perspective on custom heatspreaders in general.
Each topic is available in german and english, so both audiences can enjoy the content equal!

Intel stock IHS, Bitspower 6th- and 7th-gen Testing Series [english]:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVuQedwFGJY

Intel stock IHS, Bitspower 6th- and 7th-gen Testing Series [german]:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEmqoVw1_6s

Bitspower i8 IHS for Coffee Lake i7-8700K [english]:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQMiXj9Ii9o

Bitspower i8 IHS for Coffee Lake i7-8700K [german]:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoJ-M3zBKmY

Hopefully I could help some of you with my videos!
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So if you're not using LM between the IHS and waterblock, then this is not worth it, correct?

How much temp difference do you get between Conductonaut and Kryonaut if applied between the IHS and waterblock anyway?

Also, can you also try this:
on your old IHS and see if it can get it any cleaner?

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Well i gotta to necro this a bit

Do you guys put silicon to fix the bitspower ihs ?
Curious to know if you just use the motherboard to keep it into place or not

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Tomorrow I am going to try out one of the two BitsPower Intel IHS's I have for my I7 7700k which needs a Relid anyway..I think I used too much of the black silicone around the edges last year and my idle temps are 33-34 cel 1.340v and 75-80 cel stressing with Realbench with a 5.0 OC.So since I have lots of liquid metal on hand and 2 bitspower ihs's,which one should give me better cooling.I have a thick one and a thinner one.This time I will just lay it in on top of the CPU with no silicone or glue and clamp it down.Any opinions...

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Tomorrow I am going to try out one of the two BitsPower Intel IHS's I have for my I7 7700k which needs a Relid anyway..I think I used too much of the black silicone around the edges last year and my idle temps are 33-34 cel 1.340v and 75-80 cel stressing with Realbench with a 5.0 OC.So since I have lots of liquid metal on hand and 2 bitspower ihs's,which one should give me better cooling.I have a thick one and a thinner one.This time I will just lay it in on top of the CPU with no silicone or glue and clamp it down.Any opinions...
Don't go with 'no silicone'.
Just use your head and do things the smart way.
Apply four VERY VERY tiny dabs of RTV (I'm talking about the size smaller than a pinhead) on each corner of the IHS), and then clamp and let it cure for an hour or two in the re-lid kit, then apply it.
This is more secure and less likely to make the IHS move when putting in the socket and disturbing the LM layer.

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Ok..Little tiny dabs then in the corners to be safe for sure...Which IHS should I try..The "Thin one" or the "Thicker one"..If I get better temps on the first try with the first one I put on compared to the stock Intel one I might just leave it on and not try the other one I have..Depends on how much time I have to play with this..We will see..

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Well I tried the Thinner Bitspower IHS on my i7 7700k today and its a Big No Go..Idling at 30 cel jumping to 38 sometimes and when I do a quick stress test with Adida64 it goes to 75/80 cel where before with my delidded stock Intel IHS it would not go over 62 cel.Do you think the thinner one is not making enough contact with my Swiftech Water Block.I am going to Redo the whole works and try the thicker Bitspower IHS and see if that one makes any difference and post back..

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I am curious if having the Bitspower IHS on in reverse would of caused my high jumping temps today.I dont know if it matters but I think the way I put it on was the top of the BP IHS was on the Bottom when it should of been on the top.The part I circled in Red suppose to be up top to match the little gold dots on the pcb and I put this on like in the pic when I should of had it turned upright.Anyone think this would of made my temps bad in the high 80's stressing and Idle spikes 30 to 40's.
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I am curious if having the Bitspower IHS on in reverse would of caused my high jumping temps today.I dont know if it matters but I think the way I put it on was the top of the BP IHS was on the Bottom when it should of been on the top.The part I circled in Red suppose to be up top to match the little gold dots on the pcb and I put this on like in the pic when I should of had it turned upright.Anyone think this would of made my temps bad in the high 80's stressing and Idle spikes 30 to 40's.
It may have. I had good results with the thicker Bitspower 6700K IHS on the 7700K on a Clevo laptop where poor contact and low contact pressure were an issue. I have since tried the Rockit Cool copper IHS on 8700K and 7960X and found my temps were higher than with the stock IHS, but that was on a desktop with water cooling. I have since installed a Der8auer Die Frame and run bare die.

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