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Should I just use cool liquid ultra between the core and ihs as well as between the ihs and the waterblock or should I use cool laboratory liquid metal pad or should I use Indigo Extreme?

How many times could one tube do? Could I de-lid 2 cpus and then mount 2 waterblocks with 1 tube?

1 tube can go a long way (as you only need a little bit) - but just remember if you put it ON THE IHS - then you might lose the markings on it.

What about with the sheet of liquid metal or even the Indigo Extreme? Is that true for them as well? If so then I am def going to lap my CPU and not worry about the warranty. I have never had a cpu fail that wasn't my fault.

I am def doing this because this thing is running over 30c hotter than my 2500k
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Should I just use cool liquid ultra between the core and ihs as well as between the ihs and the waterblock or should I use cool laboratory liquid metal pad or should I use Indigo Extreme?

How many times could one tube do? Could I de-lid 2 cpus and then mount 2 waterblocks with 1 tube?
Coollabs pro or ultra on the die is a no brainer. I just replaced AS5 between the IHS and cooler and got another 5c or so. I would recommend it in both places, but you may have to try a couple times to find just the right amount to use. You can use the included brush with Ultra and touch it to the tip of the syringe to better control how much you use. I think that is easier than trying to squeeze out one perfectly sized drop, and it will make it last for more than a couple applications.

You can definitely clean off the Coollabs Ultra, I showed before and after pics, it just takes awhile. Since my IHS are lapped though I cannot comment if long term use, then cleaning with metal polish will mess up the Intel markings on the IHS.
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1 tube can go a long way (as you only need a little bit) - but just remember if you put it ON THE IHS - then you might lose the markings on it.

I did not lose my markings but that may not be everyone. If you use the included Brillo pad you might. I just used bd alcohol swabs and was able to get everything with a bit if scrubbing.
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I did not lose my markings but that may not be everyone. If you use the included Brillo pad you might. I just used bd alcohol swabs and was able to get everything with a bit if scrubbing.

ah cool beans!
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My CLU is in the mail smile.gif
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Lol, not quite a lock but makes it a bit of work to get to the latch

Didn't you put the eraser before pressing down the latch there?
I thought that was the way people normally went about it...also that's phase insulation right? tongue.gif
Do you think I can run on air with eraser in the socket? Or am I gonna have to peel it off after each run? :/
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My CLU is in the mail smile.gif

biggrin.gif awesome! Off with its head!
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When I got coollabratory as a sponsor I did ask if I could by chance get their waterblock but they simply just didnt reply lol...

Onto other news.... My i5-3570 sucks.... Everytime I leave it priming and I come back its always on a black screen or rebooted to stock settings. I know I can get 4.5 stable but I want 4.8 frown.gif
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When I got coollabratory as a sponsor I did ask if I could by chance get their waterblock but they simply just didnt reply lol...

Onto other news.... My i5-3570 sucks.... Everytime I leave it priming and I come back its always on a black screen or rebooted to stock settings. I know I can get 4.5 stable but I want 4.8 frown.gif

is it set to hibernate after a while?
and do you have auto update running in windows?

happened to someone a while ago, he rebooted (while running prime) because windows had to install updates ..lol
the black screen can mean hibernate or sleep too i think..

Edit,
didnt read right, you say it rebooted, and converted back to stock ..srry,
can you retrieve any error codes about it ?
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Yeah, had that happen to me...same as VonDutch here.
Use black viper's config after installing updates and use manual oc without offset nor power saving for testing first.
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is it set to hibernate after a while?
and do you have auto update running in windows?

happened to someone a while ago, he rebooted (while running prime) because windows had to install updates ..lol
the black screen can mean hibernate or sleep too i think..

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Yeah, had that happen to me...same as VonDutch here.
Use black viper's config after installing updates and use manual oc without offset nor power saving for testing first.

yea that is most likely what happened... but heres my real problem.... My motherboard doesnt support offset voltage because the VRM's are analog. So If I adjust my core ratio it will disable all speed step and power saving features.... So when I don't leave it and adjust it to clock up to 48 ratio with speed step I have to change the voltage and so that is correlating to me having the cpu idle with 1.42volts.... The odd thing is when it clocks up to 4.8ghz the voltage reading in cpu-z lowers to ~1.40 volts. I don't know if its my vdroop or not but I have that to +100% (which is %200 if I understand that auto is 100% and then the aditional 100%) My temps are fine, I just wan't to get the lowest volts possible so I don't suck the life out of my i5.
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