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is your IHS still on?

  

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    • My mommy told me not to crack another core :(
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NO!! took it off after breaking 3Ghz!

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New Castle 3000...Gone!

Sempron 3100...Gone!

Sandy 3700...Gone!

Opty 150...Gone!

Opty 146...Gone!

 

Gone Gone Gone!!!!!!!!

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Yes...but its not really a fair question since I'm using an Intel. :)

 

Quite a bit more risk involved, probably only a 5% success rate or something.

 

If they used thermal paste instead of solder it woulda been gone before I even made sure it worked.

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cant imagine it would yeild a great enough drop in "C's" to be worth the risk, maybe since amd dropped prices it would be though :)

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Mine's on for another day or 2#. Then it comes off along with the XP90 and the "Tornado". The "Storm" will go on. I sure hope it helps.

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Mine's on for another day or 2#. Then it comes off along with the XP90 and the "Tornado". The "Storm" will go on. I sure hope it helps.

 

it sure will specially under water :D

I see gains of 100Mhz+ and 2-5C drop in load.

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I don't believe its worth the hassle for a 100 MHz more speed and a 2c to 5c drop in temps when AMD is good for 70c MAX, most stay well under that with stock HSF!

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