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Old 7th January 2017, 5:56 PM   #46
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Man that is sweet. Pop tha lid on that fukka
It is Shane!!! Got 100mhz and slightly better voltages from it, but it's still over 30deg ambient here. These improve nice with colder temps.

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Old 7th January 2017, 6:12 PM   #47
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Haha matey you are doomed. My Devils Canyon sits on this thing.
20deg diff in temps that's what to aim for......



edit.......ah I get it. Not using the metal paste? So about 10-12 deg for non delid vs delid
Your screenshot. Coollaboratory Liquid will bring that down to 70-72 deg summer. 50-52 winter " here anyway.
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Old 7th January 2017, 6:24 PM   #48
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That's Delid with TG Conductanaut under lid and CM Maker Nano under the block.
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Old 7th January 2017, 6:26 PM   #49
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Quite possible that 7700K could hit 5400mhz better cooled 1.45V autumn?
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Old 7th January 2017, 6:27 PM   #50
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Not this one. I've been trying 5.3 but running out of comfortable volts. One day will get some ice out
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Old 7th January 2017, 8:03 PM   #51
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Realbench 1hour passed 5100/4500 - 1.4vbios

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Ok, so i've cracked the shits and am going to delid my 7700k. Fucking Intel and their bullshit TIM - shouldn't have to do this again. I miss the Sandy Bridge days.

In terms of what TIM to use between core and IHS, i've read a few different things about paste not being good as it'll get squeezed out in a few weeks, and to only use liquid metal products.

So i'm trying to decide between Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut (a high performance paste), versus Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut (a liquid metal product).

Any advice guys?
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Old 7th January 2017, 11:59 PM   #53
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Ok, so i've cracked the shits and am going to delid my 7700k. Fucking Intel and their bullshit TIM - shouldn't have to do this again. I miss the Sandy Bridge days.

In terms of what TIM to use between core and IHS, i've read a few different things about paste not being good as it'll get squeezed out in a few weeks, and to only use liquid metal products.

So i'm trying to decide between Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut (a high performance paste), versus Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut (a liquid metal product).

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Definitely use the Conductonaut under the IHS, to achieve the best temperatures and use the Kryonaut on top.

As you can see from the results so far, using a liquid metal TIM on the cpu die, gives approx a 20-30 degree temperature drop and it will not pump out, like a non conductive TIM does.
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Old 8th January 2017, 12:34 PM   #54
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Finally there was a BIOS update put up on the Asus website.

I updated this morning and now i can actually run my ram with XMP enabled and it's using lower volts

My 7700k still sucks though. I got it Prime95 stable at 5Ghz using 1.312v but it maxes out in the high 90s which is ridiculous for such low voltage. Intel's TIM must be super super bad.

Checked and reseated my cooler twice - it's fine.

Going to have to delid this guy. Order my Thermal Grizzly and will be doing it tomorrow so i'll post back with results.
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Old 8th January 2017, 6:28 PM   #55
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Hey crew. Should receive my 7700k this week and am looking to delid straight up. Is 1g of TG Conductonaut enough to go under the HS or go the 5g for four times the price to be safe? Same question for the Kryo above the HS as well?

Also wats the best delid tool? Just buy a 3D printed one of eBay? Or OCUK like this: https://www.overclockers.co.uk/der8a...hs-000-dr.html
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Update : Conductanaut results added to graphs.


As you can see, when Overclocking, with it under the lid makes a big difference again, but not as much in the day to day gaming compared to Kryonaut.


AstinGC90 : Plenty of tools to chose from man. Think the RockitCool one is cheaper and still does a good job. Hopefully others that have used can fill us in.

1g of the Conductanaut should be plenty for under the IHS, a little bit goes a long way. I suggest if you don't change out CPUs or maintain paste often to seal the IHS back up, sometimes it will turn to powder/oxidize over a long period otherwise.

CBWolf : great chip still man. If you are on Air and running Prime at that, you have done well. This one will do 5ghz prime95 with 1.38v under custom loop and only after delid and Liquid Metal.
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My 7700k still sucks though. I got it Prime95 stable at 5Ghz using 1.312v .
wow and your disappointed? Delid and be happy.

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I'm stoked i can get 5Ghz at that voltage - just unhappy about the temperature.

It's just weird. I've used these coolers on other i7's well over 1.35v at far lower temps. Seems like an Intel fail to me.

Anyway, i'll be picking up my Conductonaut from PCCG tomorrow morning, already have my razor blades - excited (and hopeful) to see if there's an improvement from delidding.
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Whats the diff with all the different Grizzly's? Is the Conductonaut anything like CLU? TIt looks like CLU and the item description looks like copy and paste from the CLU website ...

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Yeh, Conductonaut is the CLU equivalent. From all the reviews i've read it's basically the same thing and performs the same.

Have never used a liquid metal TIM before - should be an adventure
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