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Thx for all the feedback guys.biggrin.gif Btw 1 more question, i heard how the liquid ultra tends to hardened after a long period. Is the same thing happens between the die & ihs? If so, how do i clean the metal residue on the die?

i did mine with papertowl, and some high alcohol cleaner, like 85-90% , isnt that hard to remove..

this, not sure what they call it elsewhere, we say spiritus.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denatured_alcohol
Edited by VonDutch - 10/8/12 at 9:55am
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Thx for all the feedback guys.biggrin.gif Btw 1 more question, i heard how the liquid ultra tends to hardened after a long period. Is the same thing happens between the die & ihs? If so, how do i clean the metal residue on the die?

I bet and assume you could clean it off like I had to for my IHS with my indigo xtreme ETI. I used a razor blade and it just peeled right off.
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Question, if copper is best for thermal conductivity, why there's no copper IHS?

Copper is the best but I think it's easier to make non copper allowes (allouwes........ummmm special metals made by man lol) (( shut up I can't spell sometimes)) tongue.gif
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the best aircooler would be solid copper, in stead of the alu fins they use now etc..

aluminium has a w/mk of 200, copper 400 smile.gif


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yea, i can do "offtopic" .solly ..lol



im still very happy i de-lidded my 3770k wink.gif
25C temp drop is amazing..lol..
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I guess they use aluminum because copper weight much. I thought the IHS is alu too but hey its not! :O

Some day, i'll lap the IHS, then i'll delid it. I know i will.. mwhahaa....
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Lapping does not do much for temps, but it does help maybe a couple c at most and there is no real risk, so people do it.

You'll easily drop a good 5C+ in temps. For alot of people, =>5C is quite a big difference.


Start with 800grit sand paper, work up to 1500gritt, finish it off with using a single DRY 2000gritt piece. You can also finish it off with some polishing compound.
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lol, then...
OCN name: JQuantum
CPU: i7-3770k
on die-TIM: gelid gc3 extreme
ihs-TIM: gelid gc3 extreme
Mhz gained: Unknown
OC after delid: 4.4GHz @ 1.205 dVid (my top temps are good but it's unstable after 4.5GHz with this motherboard.... and it breaks my raid if it breaks... so I didn't bother much with the OC just a random number for stability)
Temp drops: Unknown but my max load is ~ < 64 C at 4.5GHz at 1.205 + 0.015 dynamic voltage + turbo vdrop, I don't think mine gained a ton :S
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2514408
I'd probably try an OC run if I swap motherboards and/or decide to break my raid for the 8th time.
I might swap the GC3 later but not till christmas time-ish.

Accepted! thumb.gif
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the best aircooler would be solid copper, in stead of the alu fins they use now etc..
aluminium has a w/mk of 200, copper 400 smile.gif
EDIT:
yea, i can do "offtopic" .solly ..lol
im still very happy i de-lidded my 3770k wink.gif
25C temp drop is amazing..lol..

I remember back in the XP-90 days, that the all copper version needed higher airflow fans to cool more efficiently than the Alu one, but with the same high cfm it did have an advantage, temp wise.
I think it is related to the ability to let go of heat alu has, which is better than copper's, despite copper absorbs heat faster.
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IC Diamond rep posted some good damage control posts at TPU about the problems I have had with IC Diamond. Very good read and now I am not sure if Coollaboratory Liquid Pro/ultra is a good choice. I'm worried it will suffer from fast pump out/Burn out. This is when the TIM turns to dust and doesn't work very well.


http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2740927&postcount=239

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2740998&postcount=240

Good read. Read the whole thread as it develops.
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IC Diamond rep posted some good damage control posts at TPU about the problems I have had with IC Diamond. Very good read and now I am not sure if Coollaboratory Liquid Pro/ultra is a good choice. I'm worried it will suffer from fast pump out/Burn out. This is when the TIM turns to dust and doesn't work very well.
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2740927&postcount=239
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2740998&postcount=240
Good read. Read the whole thread as it develops.

Just asking because I don't know... when does the die, IHS, or heatsink/ water block get to 150c? Or even close to that?
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