2018 Hardware Thread [2]

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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #411

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    I did say long term schmuck
    1000 years, two thousand years, or just until the newest CPU gen comes out
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  2. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #412

    Hi,
    The staining happens pretty quick
    The cpu cap is pretty thin so I believe that stain will got through it pretty quickly

    Some say it may change the thermal transfer rate but nobody knows how long or how much
    Just saying man chill

    Cooper and metal fittings does pretty wild stuff to plumbing so much so they have to use brass between them lol
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #413

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    The staining happens pretty quick
    The cpu cap is pretty thin so I believe that stain will got through it pretty quickly

    Some say it may change the thermal transfer rate but nobody knows how long or how much
    Just saying man chill

    Cooper and metal fittings does pretty wild stuff to plumbing so much so they have to use brass between them lol
    Yeah I have even heard that copper and copper from same company can still cause galvanic corrosion if the copper parts are not from the same exact batch, and that why its supposedly good to use an inhibitor for all loops no matter what.
    I guess ions are a b!tc4 then.
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  4. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #414

    Hi,
    Stock cpu cap is copper it's just nickle plated wonder why they are dealing with used to be and now back to solder another metal

    Just like silicon lottery doesn't really care what happens long term and slops stuff together and says everything is normal when something goes south
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  5. copiertech25's Avatar
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       #415

    I'm finally not going to have a Dell anymore! All the parts from the Dell are going into this machine. It will be nice to have control over the BIOS again.
    2018 Hardware Thread [2]-image.png
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  7. Geneo's Avatar
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       #417

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    A few people believe copper isn't good for liquid metal long term anyway not sure what thermal grease they might use though :/
    From what I have read, the LM diffuses into the copper some, and you may need to do a few reapplications until the copper is saturated. Otherwise the heat transfer might not be optimal. Then it is stable after that.

    I haven't read anything about how LM or solder diffuses into silicon and the affect that it might have on processor longevity. I wonder if that is why the soldered 9900k are thicker.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #418


    2. Vulnerability Information

    Class: Exposed IOCTL with Insufficient Access Control [CWE-782], Exposed IOCTL with Insufficient Access Control [CWE-782], Exposed IOCTL with Insufficient Access Control [CWE-782]
    Impact: Code execution
    Remotely Exploitable: No
    Locally Exploitable: Yes
    CVE Name: CVE-2018-18537, CVE-2018-18536, CVE-2018-18535
    Nothing for most people to worry about.
    Just another "security" firm trying to get some publicity.
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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #419

    I found out something that's been bugging the hell out of me with Aura Sync, and it's always using 4 to 5%+ CPU resources today.

    It's the Trident-Z RGB RAM I have: AURA SYNC 1.07.22 - Report Issues Here - Page 15
    When I either disconnect RAM in AURA, turn AURA off, or set it to Static(even with different colors for the MoBo, RAM, Phanteks Halo rings, and the Phanteks RGB strips, the lighting service now stays at 0%.

    The reason when I further on read is, Static & Breathing are hardware controlled, and all other selections, are software controlled, hence the 4-5% CPU usage. Not really good, but it does make sense.
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  10. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #420

    Cliff S said:
    I found out something that's been bugging the hell out of me with Aura Sync, and it's always using 4 to 5%+ CPU resources today.

    It's the Trident-Z RGB RAM I have: AURA SYNC 1.07.22 - Report Issues Here - Page 15
    When I either disconnect RAM in AURA, turn AURA off, or set it to Static(even with different colors for the MoBo, RAM, Phanteks Halo rings, and the Phanteks RGB strips, the lighting service now stays at 0%.

    The reason when I further on read is, Static & Breathing are hardware controlled, and all other selections, are software controlled, hence the 4-5% CPU usage. Not really good, but it does make sense.
    I didn't have any interest in my ram lighting up, only wanted the fastest ram. So that's what I bought. Thinking of upgrading it to 32 gig thou....
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