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Updated my post It sounds pretty bad in theory but it is incredibly easy. I did both of my chips within seconds.
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Practice is fine, but I wouldn’t do your real chip yet.
Once you lap it, it is not like you can undo it. If you really want to do it, here is the video I copied to do mine:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGSoDPTFTkY
and part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtdlE6apex8
Do exactly what he does and use the grits he uses and you will be fine.

If you do lap your IHS then you are supposed to lap your cooler block too, but that voids your warranty. It is also not at all easy to try to lap the cold plate of the H100i unless you take it apart – then you have to worry about spilling any of the coolant. Point being, wait for your actual temps and multiple tries at mounting before lapping. You can always do it later.

Yea I have some experience with sanding by hand so I think I could dp it fine and if I messed up it would be fine since its just a IHS that I am never going to use again anyways.
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Hey guys, been gone for a few months, whats new?rolleyes.gif
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Ok... So second delid (razorless method) is done now how do i apply CLU? and is it necessary to clean off the glue off the chip?

Cleaning the glue off is the most important part. The glue is what makes the temps so bad. They use too much glue and there is a gap between the die and the IHS filled with TIM. The glue gets removed, the die and IHS make contact with a very thin layer of CLU in between and you get the big temp drop.
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So the H100i isn't perfectly flat?
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So the H100i isn't perfectly flat?

No, because CPUs aren't perfectly flat. And 99/100 of their customers aren't going to lap them flat. So they try their best to make it fit to most CPUs.
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So the H100i isn't perfectly flat?

A lot of heatsinks aren't perfectly flat. I'm not sure about the h100 specifically, but quite a few are made to have a slightly convex bottom, the idea being that the lowest part of the curve will press into the center of the IHS harder to make better contact right over the die.
The ones like that do have to be oriented the right way when mounting for optimal performance, with the die & not across it.
    
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Ok... So second delid (razorless method) is done now how do i apply CLU? and is it necessary to clean off the glue off the chip?
Apply CLU with the included brush, you only need a very little bit, it will spread a long way if you keep brushing it. Some also put a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS where the die will touch it. You can watch the video on CLU being applied on their website here:
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/
Keep in mind that an IHS is a lot bigger than the die, so you don’t need as much as they show.

And as Stickg1 already posted, you defintley want to remove the glue. An old credit card worked well for me.
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Hey guys, been gone for a few months, whats new?rolleyes.gif

Ivy Bridge has gotten old, waiting for Haswell now. It's said to be releasing on Computex in June.
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So the H100i isn't perfectly flat?

Yea it never touches the entire surface unlike GPUs.
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Cleaning the glue off is the most important part. The glue is what makes the temps so bad. They use too much glue and there is a gap between the die and the IHS filled with TIM. The glue gets removed, the die and IHS make contact with a very thin layer of CLU in between and you get the big temp drop.

Oh Thanks for the explanation +rep!

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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Apply CLU with the included brush, you only need a very little bit, it will spread a long way if you keep brushing it. Some also put a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS where the die will touch it. You can watch the video on CLU being applied on their website here:
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/
Keep in mind that an IHS is a lot bigger than the die, so you don’t need as much as they show.

And as Stickg1 already posted, you defintley want to remove the glue. An old credit card worked well for me.

Yup cleaned it and now its up and running!

Here is how much i applied:


Too much? Too little? I noticed I didn't cover the very edge of the die so I covered it before I put the IHS back on.
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