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Originally Posted by Swag View Post

I'll add it to my guide when I feel 100%. thumb.gif

thanks buddy smile.gif

Both this thread and yours are linked to my video
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Yea that's my problem I took all the glueoff so my ihs lides. I just place it alittle higher up so when it slides. Right into the position its supposed to be in. I guess its good and bad because now the ihs is closer to the die.
Ok so ill puut a thin layer of it on the die and the ihs.
Watch the Coollabs video to get an idea of how to apply Ultra.
I like painting it on the die, and then just a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS just to fill in the cracks so to speak. You can do the underside of the IHS with what is just left on the brush from doing the die, it doesn't take much when you spend the time to spread it.
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/

Nice thing about delidding is you can go back and try it again. I have repainted the die on both chips a few times.

Edit: You can keep the IHS in place when being clamped down by firmly press down on the middle of it with one finger while you clamp it down with the other hand.
Edited by justanoldman - 3/10/13 at 10:29am
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Also, how mych LCU should I apply to spread it perfectly into a thin layer? Should I use the half a grain of rice method?
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Watch the Coollabs video to get an idea of how to apply Ultra.
I like painting it on the die, and then just a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS just to fill in the cracks so to speak. You can do the underside of the IHS with what is just left on the brush from doing the die, it doesn't take much when you spend the time to spread it.
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/

Nice thing about delidding is you can go back and try it again. I have repainted the die on both chips a few times.

Edit: You can keep the IHS in place when being clamped down by firmly press down on the middle of it with one finger while you clamp it down with the other hand.

Oh ok cool thanks I didn't even see that you posted.
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So I killed my chip!!!!

Seriously I did. Turns out that my chip had a solid piece of the HIS basically soldered to the PCB. I was able to cut around it without issues except for that one piece. I actually broke a razor on it trying to cut it. It was tiny, but as I wiggled it, I was able to get it off... but then came out the chunk of the PCB.

frown.gif

Never doing it again... and I went and bought a new one arleady. Good thing this one OC's bette than the other one. It's doing 4.6ghz at 1.23v biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Watch the Coollabs video to get an idea of how to apply Ultra.
I like painting it on the die, and then just a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS just to fill in the cracks so to speak. You can do the underside of the IHS with what is just left on the brush from doing the die, it doesn't take much when you spend the time to spread it.
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/

Nice thing about delidding is you can go back and try it again. I have repainted the die on both chips a few times.

Edit: You can keep the IHS in place when being clamped down by firmly press down on the middle of it with one finger while you clamp it down with the other hand.

I should say I initially had just a bit of CLU on the die, but then after giving it a week without using it, I added a little bit more to the layer - and ever since I seem to have been getting better temps.
So as justanoldman did and recommended - sometimes it depends on your application with the temps you'll get.
To tell you know of the temp difference - I'm talking about 10c improvement initially, and then that increased to a 24c improvement.

CLU application is the KEY to the temps. you need JUST the right amount, not too much, not too little.
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So I killed my chip!!!!

Seriously I did. Turns out that my chip had a solid piece of the HIS basically soldered to the PCB. I was able to cut around it without issues except for that one piece. I actually broke a razor on it trying to cut it. It was tiny, but as I wiggled it, I was able to get it off... but then came out the chunk of the PCB.

frown.gif

Never doing it again... and I went and bought a new one arleady. Good thing this one OC's bette than the other one. It's doing 4.6ghz at 1.23v biggrin.gif

sorry to hear that - I don't get how it was soldered 0.0?
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I don't know. It was solid with the PCB... it was only on one corner at the edge.
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Sorry to hear your loss Derko.

I just booted my system for the first time since the delid. Works perfectly.

I'd call it a 20C drop since it was between 80-84 before. It's almost like I'm back on Sandy....



And my loop isn't even completely bled yet. I can hear air bubbles shooting through the pump.
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Originally Posted by Derko1 View Post

So I killed my chip!!!!

Seriously I did. Turns out that my chip had a solid piece of the HIS basically soldered to the PCB. I was able to cut around it without issues except for that one piece. I actually broke a razor on it trying to cut it. It was tiny, but as I wiggled it, I was able to get it off... but then came out the chunk of the PCB.

frown.gif

Never doing it again... and I went and bought a new one arleady. Good thing this one OC's bette than the other one. It's doing 4.6ghz at 1.23v biggrin.gif

What? It was soldered? What kind of chip was it?
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Originally Posted by Derko1 View Post

So I killed my chip!!!!

Seriously I did. Turns out that my chip had a solid piece of the HIS basically soldered to the PCB. I was able to cut around it without issues except for that one piece. I actually broke a razor on it trying to cut it. It was tiny, but as I wiggled it, I was able to get it off... but then came out the chunk of the PCB.

frown.gif

Never doing it again... and I went and bought a new one arleady. Good thing this one OC's bette than the other one. It's doing 4.6ghz at 1.23v biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

sorry to hear that - I don't get how it was soldered 0.0?

Ummm did you delid the chip in your sig rig? IE the i7-2600K? Because, um, that's a Sandy Bridge, not an Ivy Bridge. Notice that this is the "Official Delidded Ivy Bridge Club", nowhere is it mentioned of anyone delidding a Sandy Bridge. It is common knowledge that Intel went back to glue and TIM on the 22nm process. They soldered the Sandy family chips. I'm sorry for your loss...
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