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Is CLU/CLP recommended for bare die setups or is normal TIM like Gelid preferred?

Ive used both CLU and MX-4 and the difference between CLU and MC-4 is just a couple of degrees, if you need to have the most drop then go with CLU/P. Now if you have a copper block CLU/P will stain the block like inedenimadam pointed out. However, with some patience elbow grease metal polish and fine grit sand paper you can turn a stained block from this



to this

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i've read several guides on how to delid the cpu but i have a question on how to apply CLU afteri delid, in particular i would like to know if there is any chance the tim will slip out the die?
Also, the IHS will be kept together to the PCB only thanks to the retention bracket?

thanks
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i've read several guides on how to delid the cpu but i have a question on how to apply CLU afteri delid, in particular i would like to know if there is any chance the tim will slip out the die?
Also, the IHS will be kept together to the PCB only thanks to the retention bracket?

thanks
You apply a THIN thin layer of CLU to the die with the brush that comes with it. After that, you apply the remaining CLU that is already on the brush from before, to the underside of the IHS for better contact.
You will be surprised how well this stuff spreads.. even the smallest amount.



There is indeed a risk of the CLU getting pushed off the die potential shortening something = bad
If you dont apply too much CLU, there is really only one place that bad things can happen:

You can cover this line of surface mounted thingies with nail polish or a non-conductive tim (mx4 etc) NOT AS5.

Yes, the IHS will "only" be held in place by the retention bracket.. but that sucker gives hell of a lot of pressure and the IHS will not move after the bracket is locked smile.gif
You just have to be aware that it will "slight" when you lock it and risk moving the IHS with it..
You should ether, move the IHS further back so it slights to the right position after the bracket locks. but I dont like the thought of the IHS slighting on the die with down pressure at the same time..
OR you can put the IHS as it is suppose to sit and then have a friend help you hold it in place while bracket is being locked. (can also be done alone smile.gif)
 
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Yes, the IHS will "only" be held in place by the retention bracket.. but that sucker gives hell of a lot of pressure and the IHS will not move after the bracket is locked smile.gif
You just have to be aware that it will "slight" when you lock it and risk moving the IHS with it..
You should ether, move the IHS further back so it slights to the right position after the bracket locks. but I dont like the thought of the IHS slighting on the die with down pressure at the same time..
OR you can put the IHS as it is suppose to sit and then have a friend help you hold it in place while bracket is being locked. (can also be done alone smile.gif)

Thanks a lot for the help, i also heard of the nail polish method, i guess i will have to borrow some wink.gif
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Np. Im sure you have some of your own ;D hehe
I love your avatar ^^ made me laugh.
 
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Getting new 3570k tomorrow so I have plans for weekend biggrin.gif But I'm out of CLP so I have to go with ultra mad.gif
I personally prefer CLP because it has given me better temps than CLU.
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CLU on both die and IHS only gave me 7-10 degress difference. i want my 20 degrees! smile.gif
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pics would help wink.gif
You may have put on too much or not enough..
Also, it is possible that your chip had a "good" contact before the delid, and therefore you wont see a 20 degree drop.
What is you OC, Cooling and temps under load?
 
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well i aplied the paste twice in case i did something wrong at first.

well currently my multiplier is 45x for 2 core and 44x for the other 2. im having hard time stabilizing the 45X. giving it 1.38 vcore. its damn too much.
cache ratio is 35x and 1.15v
vccin 2.0v

rams 1600. 1.51v

i just passed 5 loops of phase 2 of x264 without a bsod. temps 78-83

i have h100i.
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Delidded my Haswell i7-4770K!!!








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