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Delided haswell anyone?
This is my 4770K








Used hammer and vice method, took 20 seconds to do. Only temperature differences i have are:

When i tested the system as is with stock fan and MX2 in between the IHS and fan, in the bios the temperature was 52C
Delided with adhesive cleaned and MX2 between the die and ISH and stock fan same bios settings, new temperature was 32C

Yeah, this is a must do mod for anyone who will OC.

Yer it!!! Getz 2 overclockin!
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Nice Haswell delid right there!
Cheer for the temp difference - I see intel haven't changed their ways
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If applied properly, i doubt it will pose a risk. I also wish to mention for both runs the fan was locked at 1K RPM and was done in the same ambient environment.

...as posted before, I would recommend MX4 as an 'insurance policy' and cover the exposed contacts / traces on the Haswell...MX4 is deigned for such an environment. I have used a lot of CL-U in various applications and am basically paranoid about it (...which is good for extra caution)...

...but the other day, some of it did end up on the ROG Max V mobo...I was about two feet away from the mobo when I removed the little blue cap from the CL-U syringe - it 'popped' off and a drop of CL-U flew through the air in a nice arc and hit the 1st PCI-e slot mad.gif ...fortunately, it did not go in but ran on top of the edge of it (there are perforations there so hard to wipe anything off)...I let it set and covered it - with MX4. wink.gif

...speaking of CL-U (CL-P) and MX4, here is a re-post of a YouTube vid comparing the three as IHS to CPU cooler contact material: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoleD6LSZt0 smile.gif
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...as posted before, I would recommend MX4 as an 'insurance policy' and cover the exposed contacts / traces on the Haswell...MX4 is deigned for such an environment. I have used a lot of CL-U in various applications and am basically paranoid about it (...which is good for extra caution)...

...but the other day, some of it did end up on the ROG Max V mobo...I was about two feet away from the mobo when I removed the little blue cap from the CL-U syringe - it 'popped' off and a drop of CL-U flew through the air in a nice arc and hit the 1st PCI-e slot mad.gif ...fortunately, it did not go in but ran on top of the edge of it (there are perforations there so hard to wipe anything off)...I let it set and covered it - with MX4. wink.gif

...speaking of CL-U (CL-P) and MX4, here is a re-post of a YouTube vid comparing the three as IHS to CPU cooler contact material: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoleD6LSZt0 smile.gif

What do you mean by "insurance policy?" Use MX4 instead of CLU?

Can we use CLU and use nail polish to cover up the traces?
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Using liquid Pro or Ultra anywhere on the mobo would make me nervous since any accident of getting it where it should not go would be very bad.

Pro and Ultra give us much better temps on the die than a standard TIM, but they only outperform by 2 or 3c better when used in between the IHS and your cooler. I would just be safe and use something good like MX-4 for any non die applications.

yes, I know it.. so I'm asking if the liquid pro can give great performance also between chipset and enzotech copper cooler ?

for logic, I think yes.. but an opinion more is always better tongue.gif thnx!
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What do you mean by "insurance policy?" Use MX4 instead of CLU?

Cab we use CLU and use nail polish to cover up the traces?
CLU conducts electricity, MX4 does not. See those tiny resistors down by the die, pretty sure shortening them out would not end well.
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What do you mean by "insurance policy?" Use MX4 instead of CLU?

Can we use CLU and use nail polish to cover up the traces?

...I mean: Use MX4 to cover the contacts / traces on the Haswell PCB near the die, then use CL-U on the die
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CLU conducts electricity, MX4 does not. See those tiny resistors down by the die, pretty sure shortening them out would not end well.

^^^ yup

btw, here is a (less than artful) shot of the MX4 covering the CL-U, the latter ending up on top of PCIe slot 1 per my post above...this could have ended more tragically...but everything works, and the MX4 isolates the area when GPU cards are seated there smile.gif

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...I mean: Use MX4 to cover the contacts / traces on the Haswell PCB near the die, then use CL-U on the die

Could nail polish take the place of the MX4?
 
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