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yeah, OC Formula is like a cheap MVE...great for ram *specially psc but modern sticks too
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VTTDDR is another thing...I set it at 0.850v normally for max valids and stuff.
I don't touch vccio or vccsa (vtt and imc) on Ivy...SB even more so. Fragile POS chips...

...no wonder people get confused biggrin.gif ...twice now I have seen CPUs at over 1.9vs (vcore !) on air...one apparently lived, one did not...that one also had vccio at almost double the stock value biggrin.gif
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how much CLU should I apply on the die?

1/4 of a grain of rice?
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how much CLU should I apply on the die?

1/4 of a grain of rice?

I would say that, I normally put just a tiny bit and if I need more, I just add more. CLU isn't like other thermal pastes and since you are already spreading it, you won't have to worry about the extra air bubbles by adding a bit more later. Too much = bad, too little = fixable.
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I would say that, I normally put just a tiny bit and if I need more, I just add more. CLU isn't like other thermal pastes and since you are already spreading it, you won't have to worry about the extra air bubbles by adding a bit more later. Too much = bad, too little = fixable.
This. Even if you do less than a 1/4 of a grain of rice, more than likely you will still be fine. Pretty sure my last application was less than 1/4 rice grain and by the time I was done push/pulling it around, I still had a tiny bit bubbled in one spot, so I pushed it to the right side of the die, away from the cores. Mind you, this is with CLP. So maybe I shouldnt be saying anything since I have no experience with CLU. I would assume they are very close though.
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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

how much CLU should I apply on the die?

1/4 of a grain of rice?

...^^^ the above responses on quantity .... In addition, since it is liquid metal, best to do it in a well-lit room and also look at your 'spread work' from different angles a lot to determine the thinnest but most complete layer possible
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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

how much CLU should I apply on the die?

1/4 of a grain of rice?
With two chips, lots of mistakes, and testing I have applied CLU to the die about 20 times now. For me the easiest and most controlled way is to have the CLU pushed to the end of the syringe but not pushed actually out of it. Then dip the tip of your included brush into the syringe to get a small amount on it. Next paint the die, it will spread much more then you think it does. You don't want to see many bubbles of it when you are done.

I also like to put a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS but just enough to stain it. You can use what is left on the brush to do it. If you end up with too much anywhere a qtip can help get some off. Take pics after application and the guys here can usually say if it looks like too much or too little.
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...no wonder people get confused biggrin.gif ...twice now I have seen CPUs at over 1.9vs (vcore !) on air...one apparently lived, one did not...that one also had vccio at almost double the stock value biggrin.gif

Thats not me.... I promise...... rolleyes.gif

I still love my OC RAM kit where it does 2600 8-10-11-10-27 tongue.gif at 1.8 vdimm and 1.2 for vvio and vccio biggrin.gif
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So I decided to jump start my old PSU to power the fans and lights in my Phantom 820 just to check for anything that doesn't work. Turns out the NZXT 200mm fan on the top that I was using as a "pull" for my H100i was hitting the radiator screws while the 200mm cooler master next to it was touching anything. So I grabbed my other 200mm Cooler Master and ripped the blue LED's out like I did for the first (I'm going for a beastly red lighting for this build) and popped it on top and all was well. Then I had fan fever so I threw in a 120mm fan on the bottom and a 120mm on the swivel mount that is on the HDD cage and aimed it towards the radiator. I also reversed the rear exhaust to an intake so I can feed the H100i some fresh air. So now I have a total of 8 fans in my case and it is almost completely silent when it is on. Very happy. All of the LED's on the case work absolutely great and nothing is wrong. Very happy with it. So now I'm just waiting for my PSU ....whistle.gif (tapping foot inpatiently)

Also, I made this diagram while thinking of how to setup the fans. Am I right with how the airflow would be with my two 7950's?

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I have a used syringe of CoolLaboratory Ultra with 6 mileters left but it seams as though it is compacted, and "NOT SO LIQUID" I assume the liqid vehicle that the metal particles mostly squeezed out, there is some left. I am gunna try to get it out out the tube and mix it up like thinning oil paints.

411?

Advice?

Other than "order some more" - done that.

Has anyone experienced this problem?

Does anyone have a solution? Literally?

Could I mix it with something?

What is the liqid part of CLU?

Using my OCN lifeline for an answer. help!
   
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