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Originally Posted by Icydead View Post

Hi,

today I successfully delidded my 3570k and I used MX-2 on DIE, until Liquid Pro/Ultra arrives. I have a lapped IHS and I am using Noctua NH-D14 and my question is, can I use Liquid Pro/Ultra on lapped IHS and if yes, would there be some problems when I would want to take the cooler off after some time ? Same question applies if I use it on DIE.

Im looking forward to testing with this paste, as my chip is capable of 4.5GHZ@1.2V and 4.7GHZ@1.225V prime stable 24h (prior to delid).

Thanks guys
Congratulations. Post some pics and temp numbers when you can.

So far we have not found anything better to use on the die than ultra or pro, so no question you should use it there. Because the PCB and die are not metal, it comes off relatively easily.

On top of the IHS is a matter of personal choice. I have lapped IHSs as well and use ultra on them. There is no problem when you want to take it apart later, I posted pics previously here that with some metal polish and elbow grease the TIM can be removed if need be. It does harden a bit over time so you have to pull a little to get your cooler off, but it is no big deal.

I use ultra on the die and on top of the IHS on both machines, and happy so far.
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Congratulations. Post some pics and temp numbers when you can.

So far we have not found anything better to use on the die than ultra or pro, so no question you should use it there. Because the PCB and die are not metal, it comes off relatively easily.

On top of the IHS is a matter of personal choice. I have lapped IHSs as well and use ultra on them. There is no problem when you want to take it apart later, I posted pics previously here that with some metal polish and elbow grease the TIM can be removed if need be. It does harden a bit over time so you have to pull a little to get your cooler off, but it is no big deal.

I use ultra on the die and on top of the IHS on both machines, and happy so far.

Thanks for answer. So, do you think it will still be possible to take off the cooler and perhaps the IHS as well relatively easy after for example a year? It worries me a little if it hardens over time. I will post pics after I take out the cpu again to apply liquid ultra. Im currently testing if everything is ok.
Edited by Icydead - 3/12/13 at 12:22pm
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Thanks for answer. So, do you think it will still be possible to take off the cooler and perhaps the DIE as well relatively easy after for example a year? It worries me a little if it hardens over time. I will post pics after I take out the cpu again to apply liquid ultra. Im currently testing if everything is ok.
I haven't had my rig for a year so I can't guarantee anything, but I recently switch everything around after several weeks. I took apart both chips and both coolers completely. Cleaned off all the ultra on both dies, and reasonably cleaned off the ultra on the IHSs (there is a stain left which doesn't matter if you are reapplying the same TIM). Then put ultra back on the dies and IHSs, I had no trouble with it. Hope that helps.

Edit: Here is link to my post with pics:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/13240#post_19452973
Edited by justanoldman - 3/12/13 at 12:22pm
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That's kinda harsh on the chip, quite similar to prime95 max stress but in shorter timespan.
I think the proper procedure to give us a remote idea of what it's capable is vcore to boot at 5ghz and run superpi 32m, that's the standard these days. Then if you delid you go stress test and whatnot or just freeze the thing.

Well just arrived from work and at 1,55V @ 5Ghz I can run superPI 32M in 6min 45s
but google chrome refuses to open and when I lanched OCCT, BSOD instantly.

I guess for cinebench I would need 1,6 or more and I won't go there.

So, what do you guys think ? return it ?
Edited by snowfree52 - 3/12/13 at 12:52pm
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I haven't had my rig for a year so I can't guarantee anything, but I recently switch everything around after several weeks. I took apart both chips and both coolers completely. Cleaned off all the ultra on both dies, and reasonably cleaned off the ultra on the IHSs (there is a stain left which doesn't matter if you are reapplying the same TIM). Then put ultra back on the dies and IHSs, I had no trouble with it. Hope that helps.

Edit: Here is link to my post with pics:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/13240#post_19452973

Thanks for pics, that bastard is really sticky. Yea I have in mind something like you know "apply the liquid ultra, assemble it together, close the case and be done with it for like a year", because recently Ive had enough of this hardware tweaking and other hardware "manoeuvres" and I need a break biggrin.gif My first experience with Intel after I switched from AMD, and I had to RMA my new MB like 3 or 4 times, Im not even sure now. Once they sold me used one, lol, then another one had squealing caps, another one too, etc. and every time I had to drive like 150km to the shop because I didnt want to wait, and Ive spent over a month with this. So I wanted to ensure myself that I will not destroy MB or anything when I will try to take the cooler off after that much time.
Edited by Icydead - 3/12/13 at 12:39pm
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hi. can you add me please.

delidded and lapped liquid pro on all surfaces currently at 4.7oc max temp late 50s

custom loop 1x360 2x240 1x120/twin d5 res combo.
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Originally Posted by snowfree52 View Post

Well with 1,5V I can boot and run super PI 2M, didn't try 32m

Will try when I get home

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Originally Posted by snowfree52 View Post

Well just arrived from work and at 1,55V @ 5Ghz I can run superPI 32M in 6min 45s
but google chrome refuses to open and when I lanched OCCT, BSOD instantly.

I guess for cinebench I would need 1,6 or more and I won't go there.

So, what do you guys think ? return it ?

Yeah, return it...it's pretty lousy really, my former chip which was not good would do 32m at 1.48v and 5.1ghz with 1.52v. Could boot 5.2 without delidding at 1.55v or so.
I'm getting a new one next Thursday, hope it's a good one, maybe you can get yours by then as well biggrin.gif
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hi. can you add me please.

delidded and lapped liquid pro on all surfaces currently at 4.7oc max temp late 50s

custom loop 1x360 2x240 1x120/twin d5 res combo.

Nice results, now go for 5ghz wink.gif (magic number xD)
post #13618 of 33700
My CLU will be here tomorrow!!!! Can't wait. Sucks I'm having a horrible time getting 4.7ghz stable it takes 1.392v in which I pretty much hit my thermal cieling so I'm at 4.6Ghz at 1.29v for now.
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My CLU will be here tomorrow!!!! Can't wait. Sucks I'm having a horrible time getting 4.7ghz stable it takes 1.392v in which I pretty much hit my thermal cieling so I'm at 4.6Ghz at 1.29v for now.

i thought you had a good chip this time, probably it's still better than mine lol

did you de-lid the new chip ? what tim are you using on die now ?
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Would it be okay to put some painters tpe on the bottom of thechip for esie handling.
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