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It looks like you have the right amount TD. I wouldn't add anymore or take any away.
Edited by Valgaur - 2/13/13 at 10:22am
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It looks like you have the right amount TD. I wouldn't add anymore or take any away.

even though there seems a little bit missing in he middle?
Like two dots type.
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even though there seems a little bit missing in he middle?
Like two dots type.
I would take the brush you already used and smooth out both surfaces so they seem even. I had better luck adding a little more, but it will depend on the shape of your IHS.
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even though there seems a little bit missing in he middle?
Like two dots type.

If you feel like some is missing try to spread some to that spot. Also try to do the underside of the ihs as well in the stained part from the intel paste.
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I second spreading out a die size rectangle on the underside of the IHS too, I got miles better temps doing this as apposed to just using lp on the die.
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I third that . Go ahead and do it. If you are on OCN and delided "leave well alone " does not apply to you. Do it we know you want too. Temps should come down.
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But I've got CLU on the backside of the IHS already. Do you mean completely covering the back of the IHS?
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But I've got CLU on the backside of the IHS already. Do you mean completely covering the back of the IHS?

No just the area the die will touch . Perhaps a bit bigger just in case the IHS moves during installation.
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No just the area the die will touch . Perhaps a bit bigger just in case the IHS moves during installation.

Cool beans - cheers for the input guys +rep to all
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Just wondering, anyone here ever get too lazy to type on the keyboard and just use the mouse to use the on-screen keyboard? This is really unproductive but I don't want to use the keyboard right now. tongue.gif

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Hey guys does anyone know how we'll the gigabyte z77x ud3h reports vcore? I'm hoping it doesn't auto overvolt or under volt the CPU or what's reported in CPUz.

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Cool so no need to buy a DMM for my new giga board?

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