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Finally i did it two days ago.The lid is of.....i will post the pics later when i get home......only thing i can say is that my temps are worse than before with the Zalman TIM i used for the moment cause CLU is ordered but not arrived until now. Tried already 3 times a reseat but it doesen 't help :-(
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Yeah im parallel it is the new craze if you have very good head pressure it puts the PWN on series.



I don't understand how parallel works. Seems like the flow would be clashing on the middle card. It would make more sense that the water goes in one side and comes out the other.

How does parallel work?
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Originally Posted by chefproject View Post

Finally i did it two days ago.The lid is of.....i will post the pics later when i get home......only thing i can say is that my temps are worse than before with the Zalman TIM i used for the moment cause CLU is ordered but not arrived until now. Tried already 3 times a reseat but it doesen 't help :-(

i tried as5 before my clu got here and my temps were worse also. I didn't really expect that.
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i tried as5 before my clu got here and my temps were worse also. I didn't really expect that.

It is all about the application. Remember thin layer. I like brushing it in the same direction. Remember to get all of the glue off on the pcb so the IHS can sit as close as possible to the die. Do a thin layer on the die and on the IHS.
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Originally Posted by chefproject View Post

Finally i did it two days ago.The lid is of.....i will post the pics later when i get home......only thing i can say is that my temps are worse than before with the Zalman TIM i used for the moment cause CLU is ordered but not arrived until now. Tried already 3 times a reseat but it doesen 't help :-(

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Originally Posted by couchasault9001 View Post

i tried as5 before my clu got here and my temps were worse also. I didn't really expect that.

strange tho, even when i used AS5 at first,i had to wait for liquid pro also, i still got about 10C tempdrop..
another 25C came of when i used liquid pro later on.. biggrin.gif

i looked for the w/mk zalman tim has,
zalman thermal grease (1.2W/mK),
which is very low really, maybe thats why,
even intels tim(4-5w/mk) or AS5(8-9w/mk) has a higher w/mk then that
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Will try it again in the weekend but application was done with the brush very thin layer on the die and inside the ihs and same between ihs and cooler no idea what case the problem
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I don't understand how parallel works. Seems like the flow would be clashing on the middle card. It would make more sense that the water goes in one side and comes out the other.

How does parallel work?

Cuts flow in Half.

Makes the liquid passing thru the cards not heat up as much more has less flow.

This is why u need " MASSIVE" head pressure for it to work.
    
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I found adding two layers gave me better temps
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Originally Posted by couchasault9001 View Post

i tried as5 before my clu got here and my temps were worse also. I didn't really expect that.

It is all about the application. Remember thin layer. I like brushing it in the same direction. Remember to get all of the glue off on the pcb so the IHS can sit as close as possible to the die. Do a thin layer on the die and on the IHS.

your suggesting brushing on as5?
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Originally Posted by chefproject View Post

Finally i did it two days ago.The lid is of.....i will post the pics later when i get home......only thing i can say is that my temps are worse than before with the Zalman TIM i used for the moment cause CLU is ordered but not arrived until now. Tried already 3 times a reseat but it doesen 't help :-(

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Originally Posted by couchasault9001 View Post

i tried as5 before my clu got here and my temps were worse also. I didn't really expect that.

strange tho, even when i used AS5 at first,i had to wait for liquid pro also, i still got about 10C tempdrop..
another 25C came of when i used liquid pro later on.. biggrin.gif

i looked for the w/mk zalman tim has,
zalman thermal grease (1.2W/mK),
which is very low really, maybe thats why,
even intels tim(4-5w/mk) or AS5(8-9w/mk) has a higher w/mk then that

i tried reseating 2 more times and for some reason with as5 my hottest core was around 2c hotter than it was before delidding. My clu did drop temps 25c as well on the first try so thats the solution smile.gif
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