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I wouldn't use Liquid Pro on a nickel plated Copper block.

"Coollaboratory Liquid Pro is especially recommend for nickel-plated copper."

Directly from their website. Grammar and all.

Plus, the CPU's IHS is exactly that - nickel plated copper.
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Meh Lapp that Nickle off and get to the coppers!
    
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Everyone just passes my posts..........

Happens to everyone, especially in a fast-moving thread such as this.
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Welcome to the pass my post club yo.. typer.gif

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Happens to everyone, especially in a fast-moving thread such as this.

w00t people didnt pass it!!

Check a page back for the full explanation to pumping out guys. I think I did a good job describing it.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Unless you delid you wont see real temp drops...unless your using sandy bridge I would recommend some IX if the base of the D-14 is completely flat with no bare pipes and such. that stuff rocks
(yes I'm still in the process of doing my review get off my back peoples!)
Sorry for the double post!

Yes this is for de-lidding. Since the $200 I am saving is for chip replacement, I will only be able to order a water cooling kit (maybe an XSPC RS360 or RX240, but will post to the water cooling guys if they can put something together I don't have to cut my arm off to buy) after I am finished and "tested".

which means I will be remounting my D14 for a little bit.

My question in my mind is: do I use the Ultra on die and on IHS or just on the die then use Noctua paste between the D14 and the IHS. I would think if the ultra is compatible with the D14 base material it would yield better temps right? and if it turns out I don't need need water at all then maybe I will save the $$ for something else. But I am pretty sold on the fun of putting together a loop.. even just to do it. I am not going to direct die, even if I go water. I just don't feel comfortable cranking down on a bare die.
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Yes this is for de-lidding. Since the $200 I am saving is for chip replacement, I will only be able to order a water cooling kit (maybe an XSPC RS360 or RX240, but will post to the water cooling guys if they can put something together I don't have to cut my arm off to buy) after I am finished and "tested".
which means I will be remounting my D14 for a little bit.
My question in my mind is: do I use the Ultra on die and on IHS or just on the die then use Noctua paste between the D14 and the IHS. I would think if the ultra is compatible with the D14 base material it would yield better temps right? and if it turns out I don't need need water at all then maybe I will save the $$ for something else. But I am pretty sold on the fun of putting together a loop.. even just to do it. I am not going to direct die, even if I go water. I just don't feel comfortable cranking down on a bare die.

Once you delid get rid of all the black glue which makes the gap (heat problem) go away and then you will use liquid pro or ultra up to you as a user to pick, on just the die not the IHS you can use noctua TIM on the IHS but id use some pk3 or something along that. Don't use liquid pro or ultra. Indigo xtreme should yeild the best results but I can test until I get my liquid pro!
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Originally Posted by Powermonkey500 View Post

They claim that Ultra does not harden like Pro did.
It is safe for use on nickel and copper.

I read the same thing. Hence I decided not to go with LPRO under the nickel IHS (if that's nickel plated) because I was afraid to fail dping it the 1st attempt (my fears came true LOL!).
Pro is not suitable for aluminum is a warning I saw on Cool Laboratory LPRO specs page, but they claim it's perfect for nickel plated copper (like IHS is I think):
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-pro/
I think both Pro & Ultra share similar real world thermal conductivity abilities, only real difference is method of application and removal ... and the fact that PRO hardens to nearly solid metal over time...

I really like Ultra paste, pity I ran out of it already I need to re-order ... interesting that SideWinder Computers which used to sell it at $13 shipped is out of stock by now he he wink.gif
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Valgaur, I love your avatar.
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