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So does clu become like an adhesive?

Clamping the cpu on the mobo moves the ihs a little. So if i were to switch mobos after my first delid would i need to do another application of clu under the ihs or would the clu be strong enough to hold the ihs in place?

Obviously i would have to reapply on the top of ihs.

IHS has always moved for me.
    
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Holy crap it's harder than you would think to find shim material that is appropriately sized to replace the IHS hold downs.

With the glue + metal the wings are 1.2mm thick ~ 3/64". Width has to be within the (estimated) range of .295 to .422 in.

Finally McMaster came through with:

Multipurpose O1 Tool Steel Tight-Tolerance Flat Stock, 3/64" X 3/4", 1-1/2'L

3/4" is exactly twice the width I need (.375 in) , so I will have to dremel it in half.



Now I just have to delid my chip which Xinoxide has volunteered to do via the razor blade method. Anyone wanna volunteer to try with the hammer and vise method, which seems somewhat safer?

Whoever delids their chip with a hammer, Please, make a video! I suspect a hoax. I doubt it is as easy as the demo on youtube. Question: What is the "G" shock rating of ivy bridge?, What is the possible "G" shock out of a hammer blow? If the glue is heated will it not flex, stretch, or bounce on impact, if it was chilled would it make the glue more brittle requiring less force? Lets be responsible and test this method scientifically. again - I would love to see a video of the "hammer the IHS off your ivy" method. or the "Oreo cookie twist the IHS off your ivy" or the "cut holes in your IHS and directly water cool the die" I have an idea: put it in the oven and get it really hot so the glue melts called it the "open grill-cheese sandwich delided ivy" method. Preheat the oven at X degrees for X2 minutes, place the chip in a non-greased, non-floured pan, Bake the chip at Y degrees for Y2 minutes remove from oven, CAUTION chip may be hot! immediately open IVY BRIDGE Like a clam with hotpad themal gloves. I'm gunna need about 10 3770k to find the optimal temperature and provide a baseline for statistical success rates. devil.gif TonicX devil.gif

I'm freaking SORRY for not making a video !!! I had my phone charging in the living room. After class yesterday I went to Lowe's and bought a $29 4.5" table vice (so that answers someone who previously thought they were expensive)

With my success I don't have a razor delid to compare to, but I would spectate this method is WAY safer. IF you make sure when you whack the block of wood to make sure you CATCH or have something soft around the vice. Because when my CPU finally broke free from the IHS, it didn't exactly stay put like the video in the other thread, it popped off the table and landed on the ground (I didn't calibrate my hammer enough tongue.gif). Yes, the part with the CPU !!! Fell to the ground (concrete, garage) but it was all fine and dandy, no scratches, cleaned her up, did the deed with CLP and now I'm loving my 20-23c temp drop biggrin.gif
Edited by SilentAD - 3/28/13 at 9:09am
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Good job! Now go buy some CLU so you can actually see some "real" temp drops!

How is 20-23c not a "real" temp drop O_O ? I could probably see a few more degrees if I got a proper TIM for IHS-Heatsink. But I only had the stock cooler master TIM that came with my Hyper 212 Evo.
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So does clu become like an adhesive?

Clamping the cpu on the mobo moves the ihs a little. So if i were to switch mobos after my first delid would i need to do another application of clu under the ihs or would the clu be strong enough to hold the ihs in place?

Obviously i would have to reapply on the top of ihs.

IHS has always moved for me.

The IHS didn't move more than 1mm for me, meaning it basically didn't move at all when I used the CPU clamp on my ud5h mobo. As for another application of CLU when switching motherboards, I would say you wouldn't have to "IF" you lift the CPU out of the socket straight up and set it straight down. Same goes for putting it into the new motherboard.

I speculate this, because after putting my CPU in the socket, I forgot to move the IHS back a bit before clamping it down so when I did, the CLP between the die and IHS gave me quit a bit of resistance when moving horizontally. I'm not entirely sure how it would behave vertically because as I found out after the delid, the IHS has some weight to it (practially ALL the weight of the CPU package LoL)
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I always take the mb out when putting the de lidded cpu in that way u can get it perfect,
    
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Good job! Now go buy some CLU so you can actually see some "real" temp drops!

How is 20-23c not a "real" temp drop O_O ? I could probably see a few more degrees if I got a proper TIM for IHS-Heatsink. But I only had the stock cooler master TIM that came with my Hyper 212 Evo.

I honestly think CLU is overhyped. Anyone reading the 80-way thermal interface review would agree that how paste is applied and how much pressure is on it is far more important than what paste is applied.
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I honestly think CLU is overhyped. Anyone reading the 80-way thermal interface review would agree that how paste is applied and how much pressure is on it is far more important than what paste is applied.

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W/MK there is NO Over Hype to it when Put between a die and an IHS it is KING by a mile...
    
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I honestly think CLU is overhyped. Anyone reading the 80-way thermal interface review would agree that how paste is applied and how much pressure is on it is far more important than what paste is applied.

........

W/MK there is NO Over Hype to it when Put between a die and an IHS it is KING by a mile...

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I honestly think CLU is overhyped. Anyone reading the 80-way thermal interface review would agree that how paste is applied and how much pressure is on it is far more important than what paste is applied.
I have used CLU on the die and on the IHS, I have also used other tim on both surfaces. On the IHS it is better than others but by only a few degrees, on the die is another story. I don’t know if we have anyone that didn’t see a measurable difference when switching to ultra or pro on the die from some other tim.
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I'm really tempted to get this: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-precisemount-add-on-naked-ivy.html

since I'm planning a custom loop anyways tongue.gif any thoughts? think a direct die contact will lower the temps even more?
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