Uneven heatsink

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  1. Seyyed hasan

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    After all I bought 4 pipe heatsink for my aw17 p18e. But its uneven and I think its not reach the CPU at all when I screw it. What do you think about this? Is there any good thermal paste for uneven heatsink that have good viscosity? I want to over clock it, with grizzly conductuant when I apply it 3 drop I have better result but not good enough, with as5 it have teribbly high temp.
     

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    A friend said to me that , IC Diamond & Phobya nanogrease extreme are good choice. But I can have them with 1 month delay and I want to order the best one can I use. Plz help
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    IC Diamond is good for filling gaps, but cannot keep up with Condu when it comes to decreasing the temps of OCed CPUs.
     
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    What can I do?
     
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    First of all, you could sand paper your heatsink to get it more even at the contact area ;)
     
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    You mean that , after sand paper I use conductuant again? Is not a better paste with more consistency for oc?
     
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    Condu is the best when it comes to handling these high OC-temps, nothing's better, imo. I have round about 15° less since I use Condu, went from around 85 with Kryounaut to around 70° with Condu.
    But it needs good and even contact.
     
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    What a dreaming temp. For me its get hot as soon as 2 min. And after 90 degree I have vr thermal limit too.
     
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    Yes you have the Haswell generation, this one is known for generating more heat, unfortunately.
     
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    But , Mr.fox and others have 85 degree temp with 4.5 GHz core , I have 100 with 38 GHz!
     
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