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Cleaned cooler from dust and returned 120mm fan on it, and another 8-10C temp drop.

LOL.. Sounds like it was more than dusty.. It was a NH-Dirty14
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LOL.. Sounds like it was more than dusty.. It was a NH-Dirty14
Yup, last time i cleaned was sometime in october(2012), i am too lazy.biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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I am seriously about to pull the trigger on delidding my 3770k today. I have a few questions first.

1) Do you put the IHS back on after delidding with new TIM underneath? OR do you leave the IHS off and put your TIM straight on the die? It seems people are doing both. Is one better than the other.

2) I don't have any CLU. Will Noctua NT or Innovative Cooling Diamond work just as well?

3) What is the failure/kill rate on this? I've read a few, but seems to be very low <5%.

I should note my CPU is stable 4.6ghz @1.3v with temps the mid 80s using a NH-D14.
4.4ghz works @1.21v. I haven't played with 4.5 much.
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ok so the recommended TIM is cool lab liquid pro or ultra. Ultra is easier to clean and apply it spreads much better and has been said to perform better as well. When you apply it you put it on the die and on the underside of the IHS where the die would be, when you delid and clean the underside of the IHS you will see that markings for the old intel TIM after cleaning apply your new TIM there as well, but that's if your using LP. I would wait and get Liquid Ultra. Make sure you use a static guard, take your time, start at the corners, take small breaks so you don't rush.

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I have a dog and cat I have to clean my case like once a week. But I bought the data vac electronice duster from compusa for 39.99 plugs in and never runs out lol well worth it since a can of compressed air costs $8 a piece.
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I am seriously about to pull the trigger on delidding my 3770k today. I have a few questions first.

1) Do you put the IHS back on after delidding with new TIM underneath? OR do you leave the IHS off and put your TIM straight on the die? It seems people are doing both. Is one better than the other.

2) I don't have any CLU. Will Noctua NT or Innovative Cooling Diamond work just as well?

3) What is the failure/kill rate on this? I've read a few, but seems to be very low <5%.

I should note my CPU is stable 4.6ghz @1.3v with temps the mid 80s using a NH-D14.
4.4ghz works @1.21v. I haven't played with 4.5 much.

1) You can do both. Not putting back on the IHS (called "bare die") yields arguably zero difference, and you run the risk of crushing your die. Not suggested. make sure you use CLP (Coollaboratory pro) on the die.

2) It will work, but not as well. Between TIMs like those, and CLP, many people find a 5-10C difference (on the die).

3) The failure rate depends purely on the skill level. There is no "gamble", no "accidents". Broken chips were caused by users. I'm not saying they're purposefully at fault, but most commonly their blade slipped and nicked the die.

If you're happy with your overclocks, it's not worth delidding unless you just do it for fun (which isn't a bad thing). Delidding just enables a better heat transfer between die to block, which gives you more headroom for overclocking.
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I have a dog and cat I have to clean my case like once a week. But I bought the data vac electronice duster from compusa for 39.99 plugs in and never runs out lol well worth it since a can of compressed air costs $8 a piece.

Does it have as much pressure as compressed air ?
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yes it does its meant for all electronice and it comes with like 10 attachments to use long, wide short whatever

looks like I bought it on sale cause its $59.99 now here's the link
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4475086&CatId=7094
Edited by enigma7820 - 2/22/13 at 9:50am
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yes it does its meant for all electronice and it comes with like 10 attachments to use long, wide short whatever

looks like I bought it on sale cause its $59.99 now here's the link
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4475086&CatId=7094

...nice, just what I need (or a new cleaning lady - and this is cheaper biggrin.gif )
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Originally Posted by enigma7820 View Post

yes it does its meant for all electronice and it comes with like 10 attachments to use long, wide short whatever

looks like I bought it on sale cause its $59.99 now here's the link
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4475086&CatId=7094

Yeah those data vacs are pretty awesome. We use them at work to dust the equipment. I definitely recommend if you want to keep a clean case and not buy air all the time.
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Dont use diamond stuff on the die, as you can scratch the die and possible damage may occur for the IHS yes use diamond but use the other TIM you have for the die. NOT the diamond stuff.thumb.gif
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