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Yeah my Qtips would leave residue - I can see the point the gent was trying to make though.
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Yeah my Qtips would leave residue - I can see the point the gent was trying to make though.

Use 1 part of the Q tip never any other parts of it like seen in the video and witten in the instructions with the tim and that will never happen.

QTips give a superb controlled spread.
    
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It's only supposed to fill the gaps. The Die and IHS are both better at transferring heat. Any more, and you're decreasing the thermal transfer ability of the trio.
CLU transfers heat better than air, but not better than metal. So you use just enough to fill the gaps/imperfections, which would otherwise act as air pockets

Ergo, use the least amount possible to fill in just the imperfections

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MSI is very similar, no problem taking a card apart to re-paste or use a waterblock. Most manu's are pretty good that way, if they can't tell it was taken apart, they are OK with it. It just has to go back in original factory condition if it has a problem..

Asus would fail to agree rolleyes.gif
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Absolute genius...

it can create a gap though
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just signed up today after reading all of the way and watching the videos on how to delid and did on my chip, I used super glue two tiny dots one on each side of the IHS to glue it on to the pcb, my buddy says it shouldn't be a problem cause It doesn't corrode and it doesn't conduct electricity should I have taken his advice it seems to be working great and didn't move when installing like I saw on the videos I watched
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If you guys feel more comfortable gluing the IHS back down, then that is great. Personally I wouldn't do that because it is hard to get the exact amount of TIM on the die the first time, and there may come a time that the TIM needs to be adjusted or redone. Having a glued chip means you would have to cut through whatever glue you used, thus again risking damage. Then, of course, you have to clean that glue so as to no interfere with the IHS making proper contact with die.

After taking mine apart so many times, I am not sure how you would know how to do the glue so it wouldn't interfere with the IHS at all. Since we now know the problem with these chips was not the TIM, but the fact that the IHS was prevented from making proper contact, adding more glue seems unnecessarily problematic. Not saying it won't work, just giving my two cents.
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just signed up today after reading all of the way and watching the videos on how to delid and did on my chip, I used super glue two tiny dots one on each side of the IHS to glue it on to the pcb, my buddy says it shouldn't be a problem cause It doesn't corrode and it doesn't conduct electricity should I have taken his advice it seems to be working great and didn't move when installing like I saw on the videos I watched
Welcome to OCN!
You first post ever and you have delidded your chip - that is impressive.
Any pics and temp data to share?

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Use 1 part of the Q tip never any other parts of it like seen in the video and witten in the instructions with the tim and that will never happen.

QTips give a superb controlled spread.

Exactamundo ! I used a Q-tip, but only one side and watchful re fibres after watching the instructional video by CL. Fibres are actually quite easily identified, given CL's appearance once spread thin on the die
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If you guys feel more comfortable gluing the IHS back down, then that is great. Personally I wouldn't do that because it is hard to get the exact amount of TIM on the die the first time, and there may come a time that the TIM needs to be adjusted or redone. Having a glued chip means you would have to cut through whatever glue you used, thus again risking damage. Then, of course, you have to clean that glue so as to no interfere with the IHS making proper contact with die.

After taking mine apart so many times, I am not sure how you would know how to do the glue so it wouldn't interfere with the IHS at all. Since we now know the problem with these chips was not the TIM, but the fact that the IHS was prevented from making proper contact, adding more glue seems unnecessarily problematic. Not saying it won't work, just giving my two cents.

...there is also another advantage with NOT gluing it down: It may allow hot air underneath the IHS and surrounding the die to escape - at least on mine as I notched the side of the IHS biggrin.gif

That said, there are other advantages with doing at least a partial glue-down (ie stopping the IHS from moving when locking the CPU lever down)
Edited by Joa3d43 - 2/20/13 at 9:09pm
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Use your finger to hold it in place while pressing the latch: the VonDutch method. thumb.gif
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