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CLU looks to be mostly gallium, which will for CuGa when they come in contact.

According to the research paper I'm reading, it seems gallium dissolves copper:

Is most likely that the particles of the
initial solid phase dissolve in liquid gallium. The slower
the accumulation of copper in the solution, the larger the
CuGa2
crystallites
Edited by dr/owned - 3/28/13 at 3:07pm
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Oh-oh! I have clu between my IHS and copper cool block.
Did it fuse or form a strong bond, sort of like a "weld" together?

How Long is "long-term"?

Do you think it will sand out or is it divited?

Sands out..
    
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Ok so I finally got her stable at 46 (Still waiting for CPUZ validation) so here goes nothing:

OCN: SilentAD
On-die TIM: CLP
IHS TIM: Stock Coolermaster (Came with 212 Evo)
MHz Gained: 300 MHz (for now)
OC Post-delid: 4.604
Temp Drops: @ 45 stable - 21c

Now for the Pictures biggrin.gif

My i7 3770k Information:


After 4.5" Vice + Wood + Calibrated Hammer:



After Clean Up:



With CLP Applied: smile.gif

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I think I am supposed to say “oh yeah, it’s on like donkey kong” but that might make me seem old. Good luck with the 670 sli, it is a really good setup. I was going to go that way but I just wanted to have to deal with one water block so went with the 690. My card doesn’t oc that well, but at least I am in second place for that card.

That is a great score so far, you are not running the Precision X osd while benchmarking Valley are you? I think that will hurt your score, you want to turn off every extra process you can.
Did the same thing – started with a P8Z77-V Pro, took it back for a MVF and I am glad I did. Trying to expand my H220 this weekend to cool my gpu. Good mobo, delid, watercooling are the way to go I think.


But you're "Justanoldman" so it's okay for you to use dated phrases!

Ohh the woes of P8Z77-V Pro use. Man am I glad I ditched that thing. I ate $50 doing so, mostly because a buddy of mine was interested but I know he doesn't make very much money so I tossed it too him for $125 after I got it back from RMA. I got it for $175 including rebate and newegg black friday sale.
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In case anyone wants to know the specs of the packaging (thank god for scale drawings):

Die is .5mm thick
Glue is around .3mm thick (it can vary)
IHS wings are 1mm thick
IHS top (that touches die) is 2.28mm thick
Total IHS height is 2.75mm thick (it is not the sum of wings + top)
PCB is 1mm thick
Total package height (PCB+Glue+IHS) is 4.05mm

Die Dimensions are 8.141 x 19.361 mm (this is per AnandTech, assuming 3770k)

Ordering some .5mm copper shim right now so I can wrap the die with it. I don't want my 1x1 silver shim "flopping" on the edges, because I want as much contact as possible with the waterblock. It's possible that the IHS, even though it's made with an inferior metal, will yield better results because it is 28 mm^2 vs. 1x1 which is 25.4 mm^2.
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

thumb.gif Already checked "Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra was designed for use with high quality coolers made of copper or silver."

Thanks for looking out for me though biggrin.gif

I am a bit worried about the silver touching nickel waterblock. Anodic index is within .15V so I dunno...in theory it'll be ok.

No problem if anything just get a silver kill coil
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Ok so I finally got her stable at 46 (Still waiting for CPUZ validation) so here goes nothing:

OCN: SilentAD
On-die TIM: CLP
IHS TIM: Stock Coolermaster (Came with 212 Evo)
MHz Gained: 300 MHz (for now)
OC Post-delid: 4.604
Temp Drops: @ 45 stable - 21c

Now for the Pictures biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
My i7 3770k Information:


After 4.5" Vice + Wood + Calibrated Hammer:



After Clean Up:



With CLP Applied: smile.gif


You're In! Slap that new Sig on man! thumb.gif
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Direct Die (no IHS) Water Block mods; original Anandtech Ivy dimensions

Regarding direct-die to water-block cooling and also Ivy Bridge dimensions, as Yogi Berra once said "...it's deja vous all over again"...so, something new and something old biggrin.gif

Here is a collage of pics of a heavily modified and subsequently triple-silver plated water-block modified to retain the CPU latch mechanism but leave off the IHS...this is the work of a pro who used to (...) post here. Essentially, the water block was machined down around the edges to fit 'into' the CPU latch mechanism by the precise amount needed to make good contact with the CPU die and also re correct CPU pin-pressures



more @ http://www.overclock.net/t/1256763/lets-see-some-direct-die-water-cooling-on-ivy-bridge/

...and here are some of the original Anandtech articles re Ivy Bridge dimensions, and also direct-die TIM comparisons thumb.gif

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?p=33789593

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2285595
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Yah i only use copper in my loops i even removed the nickel plated plugs that were in my Res and replaced them with copper ones lol.
    
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Originally Posted by Warocia View Post

I did some maintenance on the loop the other day. Here is long-term effects of Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra against copper if anybody is interested.


Holy crap! It looks like there is a tumor on the block! How high is it off of the copper? Wow lots of discussion today.

Anyways I found my Phantom 820 on my doorstep when I came home from the funeral today and I was so happy to see it because I just wanted to build a little bit and get my mind off of things. The case itself is amazing. The amount of cables it comes with is scary.. so is the size. I mean I knew it was a full tower case, but this thing is just massive. It makes my E-ATX MOBO look like a M-ATX haha. So I spent a couple hours making things neat (I'm going all out in cable management on this case) and I think I did a pretty good job so far. I'm so happy I bought a huge bag of zipties a while ago. They are really coming in handy now. I am just wiring all of the power cables through the case so all I have to do is plug the PSU in when it gets back from RMA. I'm (im)patiently waiting for it to come back. Here are some pics. Look good for my first real cable management attempt? I spent 4 hours doing this tiny little bit. Sorry for the bad pictures from my cell phone. Also, excuse the loose cables in the second picture those still need to be ran behind the motherboard.




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Neat! biggrin.gif

Seems like a nice case to work with...hopefully it'll help get you distracted.
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