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Old 10-04-2007, 10:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Here:
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And I'll try reseating my HS/F. Thanks. This may seem like a stupid question to you...but should I take the CPU out of its seat, or can I leave it seated in the mobo?
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DUDE...thats really bad wire management...clean that out...a lot of ppl on this forum have modded their antec 900, they should be able to help you out.

And when i reseat my hsf, i just leave the cpu on...
make sure to apply a pea dot shaped size of thermal paste.
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I'm aware it's really bad... Not really anything I can do with it w/ a non-modular PSU, and I don't have any tools to mod my Antec 900.

And aren't you supposed to do a vertical line of thermal paste with a dual core, rather than a dot?
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I'm aware it's really bad... Not really anything I can do with it w/ a non-modular PSU, and I don't have any tools to mod my Antec 900.

And aren't you supposed to do a vertical line of thermal paste with a dual core, rather than a dot?
well, i just do a dot, and do a small twist with the hsf....

a spread is ok , but make sure its really thin.
The paste is non conductive so its nothing to worry about but make sure not too much is applied.
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Ah, ****... When I took my AF7 off... the thermal pad that was attached the bottom came off, and is stuck to my CPU now... How should I scrape it off? With just like a plastic knife or plastic spoon or something and throw it away?

Edit: wow..nvm..I realize I am now officially retarded >.<... I thought it was a pad that came off, but when I looked at it closer, it was actually the heatspreaker on the CPU.... *bangs forehead against wall*
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Ok....got done putting on the new thermal grease/reseating my hs/f. Now I just have to wait for the 200hr break-in period that AS suggests. But, I have a question... CoreTemp and Everest show different temps. Like right now when I'm pretty much at idle, Everest shows: (an average of) 11C and 16C for both of my cores, and CoreTemp shows: (an average of) 10C and 12C. So which is right and which should I trust more? I'm going to check the BIOS idle temp too, and see which temp is closer to the BIOS's reading.
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those temps are incorrect unless it is like 45*F in your room.
10*C = 50*F
theres no way your temp is lower than the ambient temperature of your room using air cooling. unless maybe you have an AC duct attached to it.
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When my pc idles at 19 with core temps and everests reading, its 26-28 in my bios.

So trust your bios more...
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@nagasama: well the BIOS must be wrong then too, because CoreTemp is reading about the same as the BIOS when I looked (around 22-25).
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22-25 degrees celcius is a big jump from 10 degrees celcius.
22-25 is a good idle temp. actually very good.
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