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Why kelvin?
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kelvin is just another unit of temperature. nice presentation roman!
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Using Kelvin makes the entire thing more scientific.
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Very nice! Now remove it again and try LN2 without IHS
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Very nice! Now remove it again and try LN2 without IHS
I think with IHS is actually the best way because:

- the mounting mechanism presses on the IHS to make sure the CPU is perfectly mounted
- without IHS, you will need a perfect mount to avoid cracking and optimal contact

Imho, the way der8auer did it is the best approach.
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Yes, too much pressure on the die will crack it or the system will simply not boot. When I do overclock laptop chips using cold I always use a P4 IHS otherwise the system doesn't boot due to too much pressure on the die

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I think with IHS is actually the best way because:

- the mounting mechanism presses on the IHS to make sure the CPU is perfectly mounted
- without IHS, you will need a perfect mount to avoid cracking and optimal contact
+ you have to remove the entire mounting system of the socket. Otherwise the pot would not even get in contact with the die, but would rest on the metal frame due to the reduced height of the CPU.

Moreover Intel just seems to have raised the forces for the ILM to a minimum of 317 N (maximum at about 600N !). For applying those forces a heavyweight monster-pot giving pressure onto a few square-centimetres of brittle silicon is not the best idea i think.

@Roman: talked about the topic at the EOS - few days later it is done Thanks for sharing your experiences with lots of pics!

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Why kelvin?
Since in sience temperature differences are always indicated by using the kelvin-scale. (fyi: 1 degree celsius equals 1 Kelvin)

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Using Kelvin makes the entire thing more scientific.
Actually telling differences in temperature in Celcius is just wrong. Kelvin is the correct measuring unit for it That's how university changes you

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I did same kind of testing this week. Here is the article where you can check the pictures
http://www.sf3d.fi/artikkelit/Hy-dyt...-tahnan-vaihto

It had a huge impact to temperatures, which was a bit of a surprise to me. I did not expect that much difference on watercooling.
So 7Ghz runs are with replaced thermal paste?
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If we are removing the IHS, we can make it better - I think polishing the inside of IHS to the mirror would decrease the temperature a little more. And maybe Coollaboratory Liquid Pro would be better than Gelid Extreme in such place?
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