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    the question is did you actually apply 70lb of psi to the mounting screws?

    I guess the cooler's specs say 70lb psi screws. It means the screws can handle up to 70lb psi. There's the only one way to calculate exact the PSI is to use torque wrench.

    Most of us don't have this special tool therefore you have to do it by guessing and feel.

    I also want to warn you guys, especially for the owners with the processor with memory controller integated into the processor. If you over tighten the cooler then the memory controller won't read full capacity of the RAM installed. Which is mean you will loose some memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    the question is did you actually apply 70lb of psi to the mounting screws?
    Sorry for the confusion. I did not use the 70 lb screws. I used the "normal" screws, which have no pressure rating. What I meant is if lack of adequate pressure is the reason for the less than sterling temperature results ... then I am not sure that I want to risk using the 70s for fear of damage.

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    you don't have to do if you don't feel comfortable with it.

    Andrew did report the IC 24K works best when the cooler receive 50psi or more, people can get 3-5C gain over some of the best current TIM.

    You work with H20 and chiller before. Don't you have any part left over from previous project?

    I think people with water coolin will achieve better result due to stronger backplate and tension springs. I know Dr.Death uses watercooler for his rigs but I'm not sure which one thought. He can verify it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    You work with H20 and chiller before. Don't you have any part left over from previous project?
    No, have only used air coolers so far.

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    Not a result but a related question.

    Consider for a moment the typical mount with 4 bolts/nuts.... Let's say that I torque the nuts to "x" Nm. what then is the calculation that shows the pressure applied to the plate?

    I guess the type of thread is important so let's guess at 5mm (I will confirm later)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    the question is did you actually apply 70lb of psi to the mounting screws?

    I guess the cooler's specs say 70lb psi screws. It means the screws can handle up to 70lb psi. There's the only one way to calculate exact the PSI is to use torque wrench.

    Most of us don't have this special tool therefore you have to do it by guessing and feel.

    I also want to warn you guys, especially for the owners with the processor with memory controller integated into the processor. If you over tighten the cooler then the memory controller won't read full capacity of the RAM installed. Which is mean you will loose some memory.
    That s why my memory is weak, too much torque on my brain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Not a result but a related question.

    Consider for a moment the typical mount with 4 bolts/nuts.... Let's say that I torque the nuts to "x" Nm. what then is the calculation that shows the pressure applied to the plate?

    I guess the type of thread is important so let's guess at 5mm (I will confirm later)
    let's us know when you figured out how to calculate it without using torque wrench.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    That s why my memory is weak, too much torque on my brain...
    your brain have been fried long time ago old man, that's why you don't remember you're a gramp

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    I Have the C/P Paper in but have to apologize for the delay in shipping it out, been shorthanded with summer vacation and this is kind of a complex mailing, 4 envelopes, plastic bags, return envelopes cutting up a few hundred 1.3 squares making sure the right ones go in the right envelope ... In any event the test kits go out tomorrow so some should be getting them in a day or two.

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    Thanks Andrew, I appreciate you getting the test kits out to members that are helping with the 24K results

    Stan

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    Hi Andrew
    I just received ur package today, will be posting up results in a couple of days. Thanks

    EDIT: please let us know what is the Ideal software to do our testing? Else i will be using LinX
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Hi Andrew
    I just received ur package today, will be posting up results in a couple of days. Thanks

    EDIT: please let us know what is the Ideal software to do our testing? Else i will be using LinX
    In the past I generally let the users pick what worked for them However it became more of an issue at OCUK

    *** HEADS UP *** Post # 149

    For the people running the test I would recommend using LinX. I have just done a run with Perihelion and noticed the load temps where 5'C better with Noctua NT H1. However after looking at the LinX results you can see that the Noctua NT H1 was infact causing thermal throttling with the time/GFLOP going all over the place. Anything from 31 GFLOP to 48 GFLOPs. Obviously using Primeor .... you would never know and Noctua NT H1 would come out on top.

    I am going to let Perihelion bed in some more and re run the test. Interesting, very impressed.

    I'm using a pea size as recommended and works very well.

    It might be worth adding this to the first post otherwise results could be invalid.

    *** HEADS UP ** # 2 post #162


    Guys if you are going to use IBT/Linx for testing the compounds, make sure your GFlops values are more or less same in all the tests otherwise your results will be invalid.

    For example

    MX-3 or any other thermal compound: 33-35GFlops in IBT

    IC Diamond: 40-45GFlops in IBT

    What will happen is that your temps will be higher in the case of IC Diamond as you are getting higher GFlops values even if IC Diamond is better than MX-3.
    So you need to get GFlops values in a similar range for both compounds. So it should be e.g:

    MX-3 or any other thermal compound: 43-45GFlops in IBT

    IC Diamond: 43-45GFlops in IBT

    Consistent/same GFlops values across all tests
    Whenever I throw in extra requirements it's like herding cats maybe I'll be able to get 10% participation if I add something like disabling PWM so fan speeds are constant between tests.

    so I figure it all averages out forum to forum within a couple of 10th's of a degree as I can not seem to influence much.
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    Just to note I did send out 4 C/P test kits today.

    I get 100's of emails daily so is a problem if I get behind - we record each one we send out seperately but was stymied today with a c/p search - results returned zero....search function would not recognize it so had to go through it manually

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    RESULTS TIME !!!!

    Some really impressive results here !

    (27th July'11)
    Artic Cooling MX-3
    Ambient Temperature: 27c
    i7-920 @ 4.2ghz 1.30 vcore (HT Enabled)

    Core0: 82c
    Core1: 78c
    Core2: 82c
    Core3: 79c

    (28th July'11)
    IC Diamond
    Ambient Temperature: 28c
    i7-920 @ 4.2ghz 1.30 vcore (HT Enabled)

    Core0: 79c
    Core1: 75c
    Core2: 80c
    Core3: 73c

    My Sandy Bridge system should be put together in the coming days, I will be glad to run another round of test again on the Artic Cooling MX-3 vs IC Diamond will report back again.

    Thanks Andrew

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    Decent results Bully! Thanks

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    Andrew... FYI on my I7 930 I use heatkiller 3.0 with heatkiller hardware and backplate. On my AMD review bench, I use Apogee XT rev.1 with Thermaltake back plate and hardware due to simplicity of installing. I have not participated in the experiment due to reviews..... if ya need me, let me know.
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    I knew water cooling users will have better results than aircoolers.

    @Bully; when you do Sandybridge testing. Can you probe the water temperature?
    you should do exactly the same procedure for both pastes, i.e; same amount of the compound, 2hrs of curring time, idle or load but don't spend hr of idle for one paste then do 2hrs of load for the other.

    Bottom line is don't make any changes during the test for either paste, you want to keep it consitent all across the test.

    Since we don't have your coolant temps, so I'm going estimate your delta temp is around 5C. That's pretty good for thermal compound.

    @DrDeath; this survey is Andrew, it's not mine. You have to post your intention in the IC 24k giveaway thread then PM him your personal info then Andrew will send you the test kit.

    If anyone is wondering why I'm not participating in this survey because I'm in middle of the GTX590 water blocks roundup review.

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