- Mar 9, 2021
- 115 (0.16/day)
|Motherboard||MSI X570 Tomahawk|
|Cooling||AlphaCool GPU block | TechN CPU block, distro plate with DDC pump + 3 D5 pumps | two 360mm rads|
|Memory||32gb G.Skill 3800 CL14@1.5v (watercooled)|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire RX 6800 XT Nitro+|
|Storage||1TB Adata M.2 + 1TB Samsung M.2 SSDs|
|Display(s)||1440p 144Hz ultrawide monitor|
|Case||Asus GT501 TUF case|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Platinum 1300w|
|Software||Windows 11 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||https://www.3dmark.com/spy/28528763 https://www.3dmark.com/fs/27823854|
I did use nail polish and kapton tape around the die. I also applied just enough so it doesn't flow into other parts (especially since the graphics card is sitting vertically).That makes sense now.
I haven't used Conductonaut since some time.
I used it last time on i7 7700K after de-liding it.
I hope you used some isolation paint on the components on the GPU chip that are close to the exposed thermal pad.