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Most people use Coollaboratory Liquid Pro/Ultra on die and whatever they normally use on the IHS. I've seen some people use Pro on both surfaces tho. I'm thinking of trying Ultra on die and IHS too.

I've heard to you almost have to lap it off once it is on, meaning it will destroy the die upon removal. Or is this a load of rubbish?
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1.52v is the maximum VID on the Intel spec sheet. That doesn't mean for sure that is the maximum voltage but it is a good guideline to stay under for 24/7 use. I don't know anyone that has degraded their Ivy yet with high volts, I do know a few people that have killed theirs, cough, Valguar, cough. But as a recommendation I wouldn't put the voltage much past the 1.5-1.55 area. And if you need 1.344v for 4.5GHz I'd be willing to bet you need more than 1.55v to get 5.0GHz stable.

...CPUs can degrade, depending on the amount of 'excess' voltage pumped through, though 3770Ks are supposed to be more resilient than other chips such as 3930Ks...folks who I know degraded their chips however were doing CPU speed things on a competitive basis with exotic cooling so we're probably talking more than 1.65v

...Just remember that line from Bladeruuner that I also used in the opening on my thread of CPU Queen benchmarks (3.9 GHz to 5.3 GHz / 3770K, now also with LN2 990x etc)..."THE CANDLE THAT BURNS TWICE AS BRIGHT BURNS HALF AS LONG"

...I think it is fairly safe to assume that Intel regards 1.52 v as the outside 'max' in all but 'exotic cooling' environments...I say this because I use Intel's excellent 'Extreme Tuning Utility' which lets you change multipliers (up to 63 I think), various others things and also vCore...but once it reaches 1.52 v, it will just not apply any more no matter how much more you specified via the respective slider...there is also another concern re wattage...by the time you run 5 GHz (I bench up to 5.3 currently), you're pulling close to 200 watts through the CPU assembly at room temps that technically has a tjmax rating of 77 watts...

...btw, speaking of Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility, the usual suspects better get their flamethrower ready...that utility is where the REAL Intel Burn Test (IBT) is, not that privately modified thing you folks seem to call IBT and which is based an older Intel burn-in test...more to come next week on that biggrin.gif (first got to finish my fire-proof underwear thumb.gif )
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its doesn't destroy the die its wipes off easy because of the material of the die, but it is hard to get off IHS, I had to use the pad that came with to get it off and of course articlean. Anyway it takes the wording off your cpu when you clean it off it will no longer have any lettering left.
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its doesn't destroy the die its wipes off easy because of the material of the die, but it is hard to get off IHS, I had to use the pad that came with to get it off and of course articlean. Anyway it takes the wording off your cpu when you clean it off it will no longer have any lettering left.

I might just stick with the paste I have now then and use liq ultra for the die.
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Thanks, and what is the best thermal paste to use between the IHS and CPU and Heatsink.

I have CLU on the die, and MX-2 on the IHS
From others: You gain almost no temperature difference when you put CLU on the IHS itself + cleaning it might be hard.
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Should I use line or spread when using CLU on the actual Die?
Thank you!
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Should I use line or spread when using CLU on the actual Die?
Thank you!

You should check the OP for that - very thin layer...spread.
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Should I use line or spread when using CLU on the actual Die?
Thank you!
You definitely spread CLU, using the included brushes works well. Some like just a thin layer on the die, others put another layer on the underside of the IHS. You can easily use too much or too little, so you may end up redoing it. You only need a tiny bit and it spreads pretty well.

There is a video on the Coollabs website, but that is an IHS application. It gives you a good idea how it works.
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/
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I'm ready to attack my chip biggrin.gifI'm not really gonna use the hammer or giant knife

Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;
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I'm ready to attack my chip biggrin.gifI'm not really gonna use the hammer or giant knife

Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;

Lol , keep all your options open till you fire up a successfully delided chip. I read somewhere you may need to take care of a cat....
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