P870KM1-G - CPU Heatsink -WaterBlock?

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  1. jc_denton

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    Those are epic bro, they use to be the "go to " thing 10 + years ago.

    I always wanted one too, is the maintenance on those systems ridiculous though, i thought you have to do loads to the motherboard etc??

    @Mr. Fox are you still using your water chiller bro?
     
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    Condensation is a big issue.
     
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    That's only under ambient though, isn't it? if you keep above it's no probs ! =D
     
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    Stock IHS just arrived !! =D time to put everything together.
     
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    Initial results are extremely promising, more to come soon !!
     
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    **UPDATE* This time i was too worried about using LM on the chips, i have only used it on the IHS.

    Fully water cooled + max fans + laptop cooling on too - to see a true improvement, same tests again ( see attached screenshots)

    FPU + Heaven = 10 mins solid.
    CPU Maximum was - 67 degree on kryonaut (57 average) vs 87 before when on LM and Bitspower IHS.
    GPU's - Max 57 on kryonaut - average temps- 48 ( while benching) vs 70 before On LM


    The biggest difference I the fact the whole system drops back to low 30's within around 25-30 seconds.

    And the laptop remains cool no matter where you touch it.

    I am going to tweak everything now to try and get a silent but decent system, and then OC the CPU to 5.1Ghz

    Looking at a solid CPU Temp drops of over 20%.
    GPU drops of over 20% too.

    If we went full LM, I think I could shave another 3+ degrees off may be due to better transfer.

    Overall few bits to do, but very happy.

    This gives me the confidence to drop a 9900k in and have a silent but potent machine still.

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  8. Papusan

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    You're sure the other temp sensors are correct?:vbbiggrin:
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    Good job, bruh. +rep:vbthumbsup:
     
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    No, Papusan that's a feature! It doubles as a toaster. :D
     
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    Thanks brother, you think I should test anything else?

    I'm gonna overclock to 5.1ghz and see what temps we put out now, although I'm really after a potent system that's quite.

    I'm thinking a 9900k would be worth the upgrade with these temps I reckon I could tame it
     
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