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I bought some of that black thermal gasket sealant previously to reseal my 3770k.

It occurs to me one could cover the exposed side transistors next to the die with the black thermal sealant, let it dry, and then do liquid metal wink.gif
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Would nail polish take the place of the MX4?

...according to FtW (who knows a lot more) yes, absolutely...but I have several 20g MX4 tubes...'don't leave home without it...' - as insurance for several syringes of this:

Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;

...and a re-stocking last week

Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;
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I bought some of that black thermal gasket sealant previously to reseal my 3770k.

It occurs to me one could cover the exposed side transistors next to the die with the black thermal sealant, let it dry, and then do liquid metal wink.gif
I don't want to do that because I'm afraid that i might cook them
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...according to FtW (who knows a lot more) yes, absolutely...but I have several 20g MX4 tubes...'don't leave home without it...' - as insurance for several syringes of this:



...and a re-stocking last week

I think i have some MX2 lying around. It's the same thing right? I think I'll just use that.
 
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I think i have some MX2 lying around. It's the same thing right? I think I'll just use that.

...yes...MX2 is not quite as good as MX4 re TIM temps, but for isolating / covering contacts and such it will do just fine smile.gif
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welcome! Haswell is here and We have one delidded already!

Nice delid btw! been a while since this thread has been crazy busy and it's about time! biggrin.gif I can't wait to start adding even more people into the fro with Haswell chips! thumb.gif

We will have to eb careful with CLU/P for those caps under the IHS now.. so we will need to do some very careful testing for whoever uses CLU/P alright guys?
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We should put together a list of completely non-conductive and non-capacitive TIMs for Haswell users covering those contacts on the pcb, and put it in the OP. So far I would say MX-4, MX-2, Gelid GC-Extreme. I know some people think AS5 is ok, but it is not. Any others for the list for safe use?
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Got my 3770k! It's batch # 3243C807 Costa Rica / C Stepping. Hoping for some nice overclocking magic here.

Delidded straight out of the box.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu03beZlOjw

Waiting for some more hardware before I test it!
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What does everyone think about using some of this liquid electrical tape to insulate the exposed components (capacitors?) on the Haswell substrate? The specs sheet says that its good for up to 200 °F, which works out to about 93 °C.

Edit: Even found someone using it to prep a graphics card for LN2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XraCu9gt4VA

EditEdit: Throwing more ideas out there, what about dielectric grease?

Found a nice, long thread on OCN about liquid electrical tape here that I'm skimming through: http://www.overclock.net/t/1067846/liquid-electrical-tape-is-awesome
Edited by Noupoi - 6/3/13 at 1:21pm
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Originally Posted by Noupoi View Post

What does everyone think about using some of this liquid electrical tape to insulate the exposed components (capacitors?) on the Haswell substrate? The specs sheet says that its good for up to 200 °F, which works out to about 93 °C.

Edit: Even found someone using it to prep a graphics card for LN2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XraCu9gt4VA

I love liquid electrical tape, but it's much harder to remove than a non conductive TIM. I personally wouldn't put it on any surface that could be damaged by abrasion...like a PCB.

You'll notice in that video that they don't mention or show the removal of the liquid tape, it's not going to dissolve with Alcohol or any readily available solvent...that won't also damage your PCB.
Edited by Skullwipe - 6/3/13 at 1:20pm
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