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My core 0 and 3 are always the hottest which would kind of make sense to me given that the IMC is above core 0 and the GPU below core 3. I haven't really paid attention to what others' are like.
Us lowly cretins can only dream of doing 5.0 with a max temp of 53c. That is so far beyond all of my testing with three 3770k chips that I can't really relate. People with off the shelf cooling almost always have higher middle core temps.
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TD,
A very tiny dot of Ultra is all you need on the die, but you have to use the included brush to "paint" it on. Some here have also said you should put a thin layer on the underside of the ihs as well. Watch the video:
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/

I would not use it between your ihs and cooler until you are sure you will leave it there for awhile. It is not easy to clean and basically permanently stains everything.
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Does anyone know if an epoxy adhesive gets bad in the cold and basically stops being an adhesive?

Also, I just received the CPU I sent Intel and 2 capacitors on the bottom were chipped off, the IHS looks like they use a screwdriver to scrape it...

Complain - and get it replaced ASAP. You have ALL THE RIGHTS here. More so take a picture of the IHS again - and if they say "we couldn't read the IHS" tell them to give you an email and that you send them your picture. Also possibly ask them fi they were god damn glasses whilst looking at it, as if they weren't they might need some eye tests.
If I OVER THE INTERNET can read your IHS - Intel bloody well can too. Lame ass excuse from intel here.

Btw - small dot of CLU on the die and that's it right - no spreading or anything required? I plan on doing that tomorrow.

Yea, and here is a picture of what they did to little Swag. frown.gif
DAMN INTEL! (Click to show)

Also @stickg1, what do you think of this construction epoxy?
http://lepageproducts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=71

@TD
You really need to spread that CLU because it won't spread by itself!
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Well it's definitely worth something. That's not a bad chip. I'd be interested, depending on the price
Ok then, you have just talked me into delidding my second chip.biggrin.gif

Just kidding, I feel I have to try with this second chip anyway. I will let you know if it survives the procedure.
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Also @stickg1, what do you think of this construction epoxy?
http://lepageproducts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=71

@TD
You really need to spread that CLU because it won't spread by itself!

Never used that before. I use this on my chips and it works fine.

http://www.loctiteproducts.com/p/epxy_5min/technical-data/Loctite-Epoxy-Instant-Mix-5-Minute.htm

It says it has a flash point of 66C and service temp of -23C to 50C, I don't think the PCB gets nearly as hot as the cores so that should be fine. My IHS's that I use it on are still stuck after heavy use.
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Ah ok...then in that case I'm not going to apply any CLU to the die or underneath the IHS - simply as I don't want it staining or leaving any marks, whilst I do my tests.
I will ONLY use CLU as the final straw for my testing - and potential RMA

EDIT:
Posted my RAM for sale...let's see if I can just forget about this 16GB issue rolleyes.gif
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 2/4/13 at 7:53pm
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Us lowly cretins can only dream of doing 5.0 with a max temp of 53c. That is so far beyond all of my testing with three 3770k chips that I can't really relate. People with off the shelf cooling almost always have higher middle core temps.

Naah, I'm just a noob. I guess I got lucky with my chip. What I'm discovering though is that Ivybridge likes two things, cooling, and VCore. The rest of the settings I leave on default, but I'm not sure about 5GHz and beyond, I could use some help. I have good temps, but I just can't seem to get it stable where I can run prime95 for say 12hrs.

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Also @stickg1, what do you think of this construction epoxy?
http://lepageproducts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=71

@swag, If you are looking for something to seal the IHS to the PCB, I have used Permatex Black Silicone Adhesive and it works pretty good. I've even used it with temps as low as 0C. As far as I can tell it seems to be very similar to what Intel uses. It can be a bit messy if you use too much, but wipes up pretty easily before it cures. I found it in the automotive section at WalMart. Less than $4. The photos show a chip that I've used it on and re-opened. EDIT: I would caution against using the clear or white silicon that you would use for your bathroom because that can react with certain metals, but the black Permatex seems to be OK.
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TD,
I would not use it between your ihs and cooler until you are sure you will leave it there for awhile. It is not easy to clean and basically permanently stains everything.

If you go on Coolaboratories web site, they say to use metal polish to remove CLP. I had some Weiman metal polish in the house, so I tried it and it works. I've used it on the die itself, the IHS, and my waterblock. I remove any polish residue with IPA. I also have some Indigo Xtreme Clean that I use for the final preparation before applying TIM. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by MikeG - 2/4/13 at 8:07pm
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Mike +rep for those pics!
I might want to get some of that glue....does it hold really strongly? I must consider glues to buy.
I'm in the UK though...
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I can't convince myself to get the CLP or the CLU, I don't see much in a point if my max temps reach 82c using IBT on air.

It never touches about 65c on gaming/prime95/folding.

I just don't see a point in it seeing that I already have a decently crappy chip.
why did u delid your chip and not put coolabs pro/ultra? i think that is the whole point of deliding its proven to be the best TIM for what we are doing.

I kinda agree with the guy. CLU/CLP is great but at $15+ it's a little too expensive. Would rather put that money towards something else honestly. I mean considering you can get a high end ceramique like masscool for under $4 for 1.5g.

Makes a nice birthday gift to ask for though. bday is coming up and people asking me what i want. i dont really want anything. i guess i could ask for clu but eh.
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I kinda agree with the guy. CLU/CLP is great but at $15+ it's a little too expensive. Would rather put that money towards something else honestly. I mean considering you can get a high end ceramique like masscool for under $4 for 1.5g.

Makes a nice birthday gift to ask for though. bday is coming up and people asking me what i want. i dont really want anything. i guess i could ask for clu but eh.

Please take Notice to Upper right 5.25 bay cover? 14$ for 30c temp drops vs 4$ for 10c temp drops id think you would have to be rather stupid to not pay an extra 10$ for 20C?
If you want to save a buck for less performance these guys feel the same way... http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/0_20
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