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post #31 of 62
too much of a panzy to try this, as the price of the 3770k is quite a shock to my system... but it makes me really want to
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post #32 of 62
Absolutely fantastic review, rep to you good sir.
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post #33 of 62
I saw u did not a test with Liq pro+Liq pro biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by punceh View Post

what did you use to remove the glue from the PCB? im planning on doing this in a couple days tongue.gif thanks for the info thumb.gif

i used 99% rubbing alcohol and my finger nail. nothing metal or else you'll scratch though the pcb layers.

just be careful not to slip. i almost crapped my pants when i applied a lot of pressure.

heres a tip doing a nice rocking motion instead of straight into it.
because once you cut through the glue theres nothing hold it back from cutting the die off.





anyone want to start and direct die cooling club? biggrin.gif

im looking around to see whats the best material to use to level my waterblock onto the die.
right now im thinking thick layers of thermal tape...or a thin aluminum sheet. (high help pull some heat away)
Edited by Coolwaters - 6/28/12 at 2:06pm
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What is the IX in LQP+IX?

I just ordered the LQP but am not sure what IX is...
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post #36 of 62
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What is the IX in LQP+IX?
I just ordered the LQP but am not sure what IX is...

Indigo Xtreme
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Thank you sir!
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Im interested in doing that LQP-IX setup I have some questions, so you remove the IHS, remove the crappy tim from intel, then place and spread LQP on the die, spread it out, then put the IHS back on the chip, then put that IX clear liner on the back of the IHS between the IHS and your liquid block? do you put more thermal paste between cpu and block as usual as well as the liner?
 
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Indigo Xtreme is a TIM itself. You don't need any other paste. In fact, you must only use indigo xtreme. there are several videos about how apply it. It's easier use a normal paste.

After all the tests, and seeing the results and prices of all the tims used, I think that Liquid Pro for inside the CPU and Prolimatech PK1 for outside is the best solution. Indigo Xtreme performs better, but is very expensive, and more complex for applying.
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if u guys are interested in i'm using right now liquid pro + liquid pro and i earned unbelievable temps, almost 30 degrees i'm actually running linx @1,440v 4,8ghz with 85 degree max temperature, before this combination linx got more than 100 degrees with 4,7ghz @ 1,368v
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