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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

hmmm so what if i ditch the IHS all together and go for direct die, what are the odds ?

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You may have to remove your CPU socket latch. On my AsRock board it sits just above the height of the DIE. If your heatsink or H20 block are to wide it wont make contact, and you will need to remove it or mod it.

edit: Just know that the only thing that will hold down the CPU at this point is the cooling block itself. You could find a way, I have not tried anything yet, other than trying not to forget its not latched. tongue.gif

...one of the first things I would do in a situation where I was not sure about the IHS mount to the water-block is to use pressure paper...there have been several good posts about that here, including one just a few days ago...pressure paper mounted between the IHS and water block will show you where the 'weak contact spots' are.

...normally, to run 'direct die' (no IHS) is a lot trickier. First, per above, you likely have to remove the socket latch mechanism (with an alternative described below), and then you have to be REAL careful as to a.) get a perfect alignment to your cooling block with just the right amount of thermal compound, and b.) experiment with the lock-down pressure of the block in order to get perfect pin contact - since eliminating the IHS has now changed the lock down parameters (depth etc)

There is another way others and I also have posted about: That is getting your (water-) block machined around the outside edges so that it just fits and protrudes inside the socket latch mechanism by the amount you lost when you left the IHS off...starting with pressure paper sounds far more reasonable to me...good luck thumb.gif
post #14322 of 33787
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I guess the temps are making me timid. I never had heat issues with my 2500k under water even at its max of 5.3ghz and 1.55v, no matter what It wouldnt boot at 5.4 even with over 1.6v and single digit temps(window mod). I think it would have eventually done it, I just wasnt willing to push the voltage any higher. My Coollab pro just shipped, hopefully it will be here before the weekend and I can get the temps down where they should be.
Its all I use anymore for pretty much everything, I have no complaints. Anxious to see what the Coollaboratory Pro gives me, hopefully something closer to Sandy temps.

edit: Ok CPU never hit single digits, thats idle temps. Stayed around 30-35°C.

Just wondering, why did you choose pro over ultra?
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Yea man it is a total bummer.

So for my next question..... why is it that all of the knowledged people here just "happen" to have 5Ghz chips????? Me thinks you guys have some secret dead poets society where you hand out the good batch numbers. Yea! Thats right! I know about your little secret!!!!!

..............sorry. I have to be at work in 4 hours and I can't sleep for the life of me. Driving me nuts. I closed and got out 3 hours ago and now I have to open in a foot of snow in 4 hours. Brilliant!!

I will have to show you the secret microcenter handshake.
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Just wondering, why did you choose pro over ultra?

Honestly I don't have a "good" reason. I find myself wondering the same thing. I opted to go with frozenCPU this time around instead of sidewinder. Dont get me wrong, i love sidewinder, but ive had 2 shipping oopsies on my last couple of orders with them. Both pertaining to low stock and me ending up getting the short straw and having to wait. FrozenCPU only had a couple of the Ultra left in stock on friday so I just bought the Pro to avoid any problems. Chalk it up to impatience I guess, because now they have 87 in stock. tongue.gif
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Just wondering, why did you choose pro over ultra?

Honestly I don't have a "good" reason. I find myself wondering the same thing. I opted to go with frozenCPU this time around instead of sidewinder. Dont get me wrong, i love sidewinder, but ive had 2 shipping oopsies on my last couple of orders with them. Both pertaining to low stock and me ending up getting the short straw and having to wait. FrozenCPU only had a couple of the Ultra left in stock on friday so I just bought the Pro to avoid any problems. Chalk it up to impatience I guess, because now they have 87 in stock. tongue.gif

I have heard the Pro is easier to apply?

The ultra has a tenancy to not want to stick to anything. >:[

I will trying pro next time, I just ran out of ULTRA using it on my freshly delidded GTX 470 ( the Die is HUUUGHE ).
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I have heard the Pro is easier to apply?

The ultra has a tenancy to not want to stick to anything. >:[

I will trying pro next time, I just ran out of ULTRA using it on my freshly delidded GTX 470 ( the Die is HUUUGHE ).

That's kind of what I assumed. The pro seems to have a more traditional AS5 or Shin Etsu application process, and I agree the Ultra even looks like its runny, kind of like graphene lubricant. Im not dissing it in any way, im sure I will give it a try eventually. It clearly does the job.

edit: That die IS huge!
Edited by jdm317 - 3/18/13 at 9:47pm
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Ive used both and found Pro More easy to spread and both Leaveing residue when u want to clean it off.

Fine for the Die but i would not use it on any Fancy water blocks.
    
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Ive used both and found Pro More easy to spread and both Leaveing residue when u want to clean it off.

Fine for the Die but i would not use it on any Fancy water blocks.

Yeah, I have had to basically lap my Supremacy every time I reseat... Pretty annoying.

Ive been pushing some volts, so the CLU has been as hard to get off as solder with a fingernail.
post #14329 of 33787
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Ive used both and found Pro More easy to spread and both Leaveing residue when u want to clean it off.

Fine for the Die but i would not use it on any Fancy water blocks.

Keeping this in mind for sure. Is it impossible to remove or just difficult?
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Keeping this in mind for sure. Is it impossible to remove or just difficult?

That thin line between difficult and impossible, is CLU.
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