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Paxmax

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Yes it is. Normally you get some cooling from the surroundings aswell. This usually have a bigger impact on "in socket" thermistors than actual core temp, since it is that "end" that is now more insulated. As soon as you aim at keeping the core 2-3 C below ambient the insulation should pay off.
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JFettig

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your temps should actually drop if yoru insulating your lines and all...
 
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skinart

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but what about the heat that can not escape around the socket? It use to have full air flow around it now its all kept in by insualtion?
 

JFettig

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when the block is nice and cold, there isnt much to warm it up....