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I used my 3570k for over 5 monhs before I de-lidded. Wasn't that hard to do I was well prepared.

good preperation is very important before you start, thats for sure..
took me weeks before i de-lidded mine, preparing by reading, and watching vid's etc..
but i already made my mind up within a week of buying it ..lol
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Hey so i got my 3770k de-lidded, extremely easy I have to say, don't know why I was so worried lol
anyways I want to buy some of this coolaboratorys stuff and my question is whats the best to get, the pro or ultra?
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Hey so i got my 3770k de-lidded, extremely easy I have to say, don't know why I was so worried lol
anyways I want to buy some of this coolaboratorys stuff and my question is whats the best to get, the pro or ultra?

woot thumb.gifbiggrin.gif gratz..

on the Die, Coollaboratory Liquid Pro has been proven to be the best,
on the IHS any(good) compound will do, AS5..or any other thats good
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Ok thanks, just ordered from Amazon!thumb.gif

If you don't mind me asking, what exactly is the difference between them and why is the Pro better?
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Ok thanks, just ordered from Amazon!thumb.gif
If you don't mind me asking, what exactly is the difference between them and why is the Pro better?

not that much, maybe pro is a bit harder to remove after long usage, ultra is the followup, the new pro..lol
but when using it on the Die, and with IHS back on, it should be np, its not like you gonna remove it very often,
like a cooler..but im not really into the advantage and disadvantage discussion about it,

I know it works best on the Die, and others have the same experience with it,
i only used AS5 on the Die, and after that liquid pro, there was a big, like 20-25C difference between them
some peeps here used other compounds on the Die, but didnt get the amazing results as CLP had..

o, i just found this on another forum, i quote

"Does anyone have any experience with this thermal paste? I have now learnt that AS5 is "old tech"" as some people have put it. Quite frankly its served me well and i have tried the MX4 etc and only seen a 1-2c difference. Now im seeing that this paste has about 4c better performance than even the mx4 which would = a 6 c difference @ load which is actually a substantial drop in load temps.

Anyone with any experience with this give me a shout. Also i heard that it corrodes aluminium? Do you think it would be safe to apply it to my graphics card?"

answer from other member,

"I used it for a couple of years and it does give better temps that AS5 and MX-2, roughly 5ºC and 4ºC respectively on a Core i7 920 at 4.2GHz with 1.31v in my case. I found it quite easy to apply but a pain to remove requiring either scrubbing with wire wool or mild lapping. Sometimes it also temporarily 'welded' my block to the IHS needing a bit of force to remove it.

The 'Ultra' version is supposed to give similar results but not require much effort to remove although I haven't tried it. I currently use Prolimatech PK-1 which gives me temps roughly 1ºC behind CLP and is easier to work with."

end quote


so yea, not much difference, except what i already said before, harder to remove,
but there a big difference when you use it on the Die,
i think the W/mk is more important there..and liquid pro has one of the highest W/mk's out there,
83 W/mk,
for comparison, AS5 has a W/mk of about 9W/mk


for 10 bucks orso you could buy their cleaningset, if you ever need to clean,

http://www.coollaboratory.com/de/produkte/liquid-cleaning-set/
that should do it i think, in 3 phases,


im babbling ..srry ..lol, will stop now wink.gif
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not that much, maybe pro is a bit harder to remove after long usage, ultra is the followup, the new pro..lol
but when using it on the Die, and with IHS back on, it should be np, its not like you gonna remove it very often,
like a cooler..but im not really into the advantage and disadvantage discussion about it,
I know it works best on the Die, and others have the same experience with it,
i only used AS5 on the Die, and after that liquid pro, there was a big, like 20-25C difference between them
some peeps here used other compounds on the Die, but didnt get the amazing results as CLP had..
o, i just found this on another forum, i quote
"Does anyone have any experience with this thermal paste? I have now learnt that AS5 is "old tech"" as some people have put it. Quite frankly its served me well and i have tried the MX4 etc and only seen a 1-2c difference. Now im seeing that this paste has about 4c better performance than even the mx4 which would = a 6 c difference @ load which is actually a substantial drop in load temps.
Anyone with any experience with this give me a shout. Also i heard that it corrodes aluminium? Do you think it would be safe to apply it to my graphics card?"
answer from other member,
"I used it for a couple of years and it does give better temps that AS5 and MX-2, roughly 5ºC and 4ºC respectively on a Core i7 920 at 4.2GHz with 1.31v in my case. I found it quite easy to apply but a pain to remove requiring either scrubbing with wire wool or mild lapping. Sometimes it also temporarily 'welded' my block to the IHS needing a bit of force to remove it.
The 'Ultra' version is supposed to give similar results but not require much effort to remove although I haven't tried it. I currently use Prolimatech PK-1 which gives me temps roughly 1ºC behind CLP and is easier to work with."
end quote
so yea, not much difference, except what i already said before, harder to remove,
but there a big difference when you use it on the Die,
i think the W/mk is more important there..and liquid pro has one of the highest W/mk's out there,
83 W/mk,
for comparison, AS5 has a W/mk of about 9W/mk
for 10 bucks orso you could buy their cleaningset, if you ever need to clean,

http://www.coollaboratory.com/de/produkte/liquid-cleaning-set/
that should do it i think, in 3 phases,
im babbling ..srry ..lol, will stop now wink.gif

Good info VonDutch. About as good a explanation as I have seen so far on this issue. I'm going to use the Ultra myself because of this concern: "...easy to apply but a pain to remove requiring either scrubbing with wire wool or mild lapping. Sometimes it also temporarily 'welded' my block to the IHS needing a bit of force to remove it." It may be the PRO is slightly better, and that I will not be needing to remove it much, but just the thought of it sticking to my die and possibly needing force to remove it made me want to avoid that possibility. Maybe I will lose some temps, but I hope not enough to worry about in the midst of the gains I hope to get through deliding. Thanks for the good info!
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Good info VonDutch. About as good a explanation as I have seen so far on this issue. I'm going to use the Ultra myself because of this concern: "...easy to apply but a pain to remove requiring either scrubbing with wire wool or mild lapping. Sometimes it also temporarily 'welded' my block to the IHS needing a bit of force to remove it." It may be the PRO is slightly better, and that I will not be needing to remove it much, but just the thought of it sticking to my die and possibly needing force to remove it made me want to avoid that possibility. Maybe I will lose some temps, but I hope not enough to worry about in the midst of the gains I hope to get through deliding. Thanks for the good info!

Thanks smile.gif

ive looked into it some more, because of Lobsterman question,

we dont have much data yet on using Liquid Ultra on the Die,
all we know is, using another compound on the IHS, isnt a big deal,
just use any good, or what you like/have compound..

If Ultra woks as well as Pro on the Die, another "problem" would be solved,
cleaning it ..lol
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Yeah some very good info there VonDutch, thanks. I went ahead and changed my order from the Pro to Ultra just for the sake of it being easier to apply and it having similar results as the Pro, heres hoping.
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