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I had no idea there was a video. And had a feeling I did not apply it right the second time either. But payday is coming soon and my cpu did not get destroyed while being delidding. But thanks oldman i'll go check out that video.

Well after triple checking everything I did end up using way to much. I thought I still had a little Coollab Ultra left but there was nothing. So I used a whole tube on two applications and I didn't have any to put on top of the IHS so I still have to use pk-3. So I still have Ultra on the die and I'm gonna have to wait until payday to re-apply.
 
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I've never head or anyone applying thermal paste like that. AFAIK, coollab doesn't even suggest that for this paste either. Applying liquid pro to just the bare die resulted in great temps for me. This is with MX-2 on the IHS.
Then you haven't read this thread at all, nor have you read the instructions that are provided with Ultra. "You can apply the Liquid Ultra on one or both surfaces, but the whole amount should not be too big." That is a quote from the manufacturer.

I am not here to argue with you but you keep posting outright false hoods as facts. If your temps are good then that is great. There are multiple ways to apply different TIMs, and the best way is whatever gets your individual temps the lowest.
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I delided my 3770K last night and used some Coolabratory Liquid Ultra on the die. Everything went ok. I wasn't happy with the first set of temps I was getting so I re-applied and re-seating everything and let the TIM settle over night. I used PK-3 on the HIS instead of the Liquid ultra because I don't have much left and I plan to upgrade my H100 soon. So these are my preliminary temps using prime95 for 30 min. before I do a 10 pass run on IBT. So far I am happy and my temps are down 8c on the hottest core. I know my temps could be better with push\pull intake rather than my push/exhaust .
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I've never head or anyone applying thermal paste like that. AFAIK, coollab doesn't even suggest that for this paste either. Applying liquid pro to just the bare die resulted in great temps for me. This is with MX-2 on the IHS.


Geez those are great temps. Now I know I did something wrong.
 
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What do you guys recommend for an i5 which has been using an aftermarket HS? I can barely get the tip of the blade in the corner and I don't want to ruin it. Any ideas? Thanks!
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I've never head or anyone applying thermal paste like that. AFAIK, coollab doesn't even suggest that for this paste either. Applying liquid pro to just the bare die resulted in great temps for me. This is with MX-2 on the IHS.


Whats your cooler?
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I've never head or anyone applying thermal paste like that. AFAIK, coollab doesn't even suggest that for this paste either. Applying liquid pro to just the bare die resulted in great temps for me. This is with MX-2 on the IHS.


You have a pretty high end water cooling setup from the pics. My temps are pretty close yours if I were to back down to 1.3v and 4.7ghz and do prime. I don't think your TIM application is any better or worse than ours as we do both sides. In fact I would expect more if I had spent $400+ on my cooling.
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here is 4.7 on AIR:



Your bragging about beating an air cooler by a couple degrees when you have a $500 water cooling setup. We all have our own ways of doing things, you should not discount other in this forum. Many of us have adopted this top/bottom application as it seems to yield nice results.
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