Anyone in India that provides repasting and repadding services like iunlock?

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  1. Vistar Shook

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    These are the temps I am talking about when idle.
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    These were taken after 1 Hr of web browsing and Downloading. As soon as the download stopped the temps went down.

    Also from above image I feel that the core differential issue is not there with my unit, just the thermal paste and pads are not making contact.

    What do you guys say?
     
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    Maybe @Pete Light can help.

    PM me your teamviewer id and pass.
     
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    The core differential issue in my opinion is a consequence of re-padding, i had 2c or 3c differential before re-padding which went up to 10c to 12c post re-padding.


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    kinda weird ur system shows around 7 hours of HWINFO.. but still its just a messy HS.. from my guess. either too much crap stamp paste blocking the heat transfer.. or just the copper is not even touching flat. do a video with hwinfo on.. and upload on youtube.. and share with us.. also that might help incase dell reps want to see.
     
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    Crazy temps. To check for core differential, you would need to put an even load on the cores, 100% on all cores, but with those temps just browsing, will be hard to do the test. Definitely have DELL fix this, totally unacceptable and basically unusable.
     
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    Check your pm

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    This is the video. Clock speeds were set to 4.0GHz.
    Also I wasn't able to edit the video so it might not be that good.
     
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    this is enough for dell to give you motherboard and HS replacement, let us know what they say.
     
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