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No. I didn't tint the IHS or the Phanteks. I cleaned the old TIM off and painted the top of the IHS with Liquid Ultra. Check out the results:

AMD 8150 @ 4.5GHz 1.35v

Antec Formula 7


Liquid Ultra


A delta temp of only 9.8c! Amazing stuff this Liquid Ultra. I've got more coming so I can do my Intel chip with a H100 next
Edited by tw33k - 10/21/12 at 6:15pm
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looks like I will have to pick some of that stuff up, thanks for the data tw33k! also curious to see how it helps your Ivy out.
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I was going to de-lid my 3770K but I'm going to try just painting the top of the IHS first. If I get results similar to this I won't bother de-lidding (I've already killed one chip)
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Im about to build a system using Asus sabertooth, Intel 3930 processor, and was thinking of a Corsair C70 case with the Phanteks PH-TC14PE. I wondering whether it will fit as the only C70 shots I have seen dont have the side panels on?
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@tw33k - A delta temp of only 9.8c! Amazing stuff this Liquid Ultra. I've got more coming so I can do my Intel chip with a H100 next
Those are amazing numbers. I can't wait until my Liquid Ultra arrives and I can try it on my system.
If this stuff is as good as your numbers show, I can't understand why I have never heard of it before. Is this something new on the market? BTW, I just rep you tw33k.

I have a bunch of friends that, whenever they see me, ask me "why do you tinker with your equipment?", or "what did you buy today?", or "what's wrong with a stock computer?". My favorite answer is "Because I can" Really though, it is because I enjoy it and it is fun. Also, because I can afford it now and I always learn new things.
After all, why else would I be on Overclock.net in the first place.

Why do you guys do it??
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I was going to de-lid my 3770K but I'm going to try just painting the top of the IHS first. If I get results similar to this I won't bother de-lidding (I've already killed one chip)

Do you mean that you use a dremel tool and remove the top of the chip? Pretty gutsy move seeing how much these chips cost.

What blade do you use for this and what is the point? How would the cooler fit on top of the chip? How much in reduced temps do you gain?
I have an old AMD chip I might try in removing the lid just to see how hard it is.
BTW, what is the IHS? does that stand for 'internal heat sink'?

Do you have some pics of the chips you have done? Sorry for all the questions.
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Do you mean that you use a dremel tool and remove the top of the chip? Pretty gutsy move seeing how much these chips cost.
What blade do you use for this and what is the point? How would the cooler fit on top of the chip? How much in reduced temps do you gain?
I have an old AMD chip I might try in removing the lid just to see how hard it is.
BTW, what is the IHS? does that stand for 'internal heat sink'?
Do you have some pics of the chips you have done? Sorry for all the questions.

for what i have seen, you can gain around0 15 degrees drop in temps, BUT you really need to be carefull on the process.. and patience

I can imagine a delided IB, with liquid ultra, plus a tinted phanteks.. and the cpu top painted too; i wonder the temps you could get with that thing eek.gif

@TW33K

crazy results, 9 degrees delta.. that is just nuts good work thumb.gif
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I ordered one liquid ultra for my i3770k and my soon (?) to arrive ordered PH-TC14PE...

Should one remove the CPU from the motherboard in order to apply the liquid ultra or one could do that in place ?

Thank you very much !!!
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I wouldn't risk applying it with the chip in the board because it is highly electrically conductive and if you accidentally got some on the board you could do some real damage. I suggest you remove the chip, paint the IHS and then install the chip making sure you do not touch the top of the IHS
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Thank you very much for your answer :-)
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