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Old 02-20-2017, 08:25 PM
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Ah damn it, I just placed my order for the heater. should have waited for the paste to be available. could you adjust my order before shipping?
NP Doc! still have about 5 hours before I cart this gear to the post office..
Ill send you an email..
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Old 04-26-2017, 09:22 AM
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Have used mine now for 3 bench sessions - wow

Never have to worry about BDie freaking out running cold ever again - perfect
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Have used mine now for 3 bench sessions - wow

Never have to worry about BDie freaking out running cold ever again - perfect
Thats awesome, really excited to try it. I have no trouble with f1 dark and b-die but with the venom and less insulation I have some 55 issues. Hopefully this will help.
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Yesterday I did an XOC demo and took this opportunity to try the new KPC Inferno.

I read this topic during train travel and start to prepare it when I arrived at demo place.
It took me 10-15 minute to set it



As I don't use KPC CPU pot and I don't get threaded rod on the Inferno bundle, I had to drill the back plate to adapt it to "European" thread.
You can see 4 grey holes threaded for ISO M4 rode. If you use KPC pot or if you get rode with Inferno, then you don't need to do this step



Mounting is pretty easy, just need to cut thin thermal pad once, and put the sticky pad on the back plate.



Backplate + thermal pad are thick, I recommend to use on open foam (also suggested by splave) to be sure that MB don't bend.



I did 3hours XOC demo on the morning and 3-4 hours demo on the afternoon.


this is the result after 3 hours on cold. Mother board was 10000% dry. I was really surprised by the result.


Only thing I have to check is cpu frequency with and without inferno. I did pretesting at home on APEX #1 with 2 cpu. Then I did XOC demo on APEX#2 with both CPU and max clock on each chip was 20-30 MHz off BUT it was not the same MB, it was on demo so you can't go straight to the max clock.... maybe it's not related to Inferno, I have to double check for cpu freq.
Regarding moisture this system is amazing.
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Old 04-30-2017, 03:40 PM
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You can find my feedback review of KPC Inferno
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/139167267
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