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Is the pump out effect based on actual facts or just theory?

Im planning on using regular tim.

Ive seen bare die gpus with tim like as5 last for years.
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Is the pump out effect based on actual facts or just theory?

Im planning on using regular tim.

Ive seen bare die gpus with tim like as5 last for years.

I've seen it for a fact with CLU at sub zero temps. Worked fine air & water cooled, took less than 10 seconds under load when subzero for all the TIM to move from the top of the die to the sides of the die. No tim at 1.6V made the cpu very unhappy.
    
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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

Is the pump out effect based on actual facts or just theory?

Im planning on using regular tim.

Ive seen bare die gpus with tim like as5 last for years.

...wait till FtW is back...he's relayed some good experiences with pump-out (apparently, CPU temp, when frozen, went up to 100 C in a split-second as LM Tim pumped out)
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Is the pump out effect based on actual facts or just theory?

Im planning on using regular tim.

Ive seen bare die gpus with tim like as5 last for years.

its real as liek with the Ivy's when you delid them and you see the intel paste TIM it has very little on the the actual die but it's all on the sides of the die. it happens even with my PK-1 i had it. GPU's have different amounts of pressure because they only get so tight but with cpus you can really crank them down tight.
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Originally Posted by TinDaDragon View Post

Hey guys,

I don't know if this has been posted before, but I just saw this video



Is it a viable way to delid? It seems so easy

Yeah that's one way to do it. If you have access to a Vise like that then try it out. Razor blades are cheaper than a 30lb bench mounted vise.

EDIT: You might have to have rubber on the vise, I can't tell from that picture if it's rubber on metal or metal on metal. Metal on metal might be harder to get a good grip and would more than likely leave scratches on your IHS.
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Hey guys,

I don't know if this has been posted before, but I just saw this video



Is it a viable way to delid? It seems so easy

...good stuff, but was already posted here twice yesterday
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So since I can do 4.7ghz at 1.36v then 1.44v would be a good start for 4.9ghz?
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Hey guys,

I don't know if this has been posted before, but I just saw this video



Is it a viable way to delid? It seems so easy
try it! looks easy to me, i would of done it if i didnt do it already with a razor biggrin.gif
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Val - it got cold here in SC these past few days. Please keep your cold weather in the northern mid-west, please and thanks!

I thought it was nice wearing shorts last week. I was like 45C today, that's too cold for a stick!
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its real as liek with the Ivy's when you delid them and you see the intel paste TIM it has very little on the the actual die but it's all on the sides of the die. it happens even with my PK-1 i had it. GPU's have different amounts of pressure because they only get so tight but with cpus you can really crank them down tight.

I know anecdotally and theoretically its there, but has anyone actually experienced it?

And the tim oozing on the sides is normal
You want that to happen.
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