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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

if you ever switch out cpus, do you need to redo the CLU paste on the die?

does it form a "poor mans" adhesive?

If you are careful to not move the IHS at all when taking it out of the socket then you don't need to replace it, but if you do tap it and move it at all then you should replace it. It does form a little of a bond, but the IHS will still move if you tap it. It's not a strong bond at all.
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how many applications do you get with the 1 tube?
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how many applications do you get with the 1 tube?

Like a million haha. When you use it just imagine how much you think you should use.... and then use a quarter of that. I say it all the time, but the stuff truly spreads like wildfire. Like it really freaks me out how you can get a big layer just by spreading a tiny drop. You just need to take your time and "work it". You should watch the Coolaboratory Liquid Ultra application video on youtube to get an idea.
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how many applications do you get with the 1 tube?

...if 'done right' (which I only manage every so often), a syringe of CL-U should give at least 8-10 applications...just to be on the safe side, I had ordered 3x CL-U and 3x CL-P (though traded a CL-P for an extra-long MSI SLI bridge)

...tendency is to put too much on at first
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how many applications do you get with the 1 tube?
you'll get more applications with clp than clu
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Yea then you should be fine. Temps are the same between CLU and CLP. You will just have a tougher time getting the CLP to spread, but it eventually will and you will be very happy thumb.gif

CLP spreads more easy then CLU in my case from using both.
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I just successfully Delidded my i5-3570K and running some regular thermal paste to test that it is working. I do have some liquid pro with me and my understanding is that it is metal. What happens if I accidently go off the die or if the IHS spreads the liquid pro once I put it back on? Will it short out the CPU?
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Is it worthwhile to lap the ihs after delidding? Seems to me after you remove the silicone adhesive then drop the socket clamp down after reinstalling your going to get a convex ihs anyways? So lapping after a delid seems pointless. I'm probably wrong, just want clarification
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Originally Posted by ivoryg37 View Post

I just successfully Delidded my i5-3570K and running some regular thermal paste to test that it is working. I do have some liquid pro with me and my understanding is that it is metal. What happens if I accidently go off the die or if the IHS spreads the liquid pro once I put it back on? Will it short out the CPU?


not much will happen, except if you damaged the pcb maybe when you delidded it,
everything electric is protected by the pcb,
if you manage to let it run off the IHS, you already know its wrong..

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Is it worthwhile to lap the ihs after delidding? Seems to me after you remove the silicone adhesive then drop the socket clamp down after reinstalling your going to get a convex ihs anyways? So lapping after a delid seems pointless. I'm probably wrong, just want clarification

no need to lap the ihs, except if after delid the temps are still way of, or temp difference between cores are still very big, (15+C)
then i would look if the IHS is concave/convex or not, the extra temp drop after lapping isnt that big..
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