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Its been a year since I put CLP/CLU on...which one was the one that has better performance? I think I had Ultra, but cant remember...and I lost my tube somewhere.
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There is consensus. It's all written in the first post.

The Intel stock paste isn't so bad. Replacing with another paste does not result in significant temp drop. It's the liquid metallic formulas that allow Ivy/Haswell to transfer heat similarly as soldered chips.

However, maybe surprisingly, liquid metal isn't so super between IHS and block. Well it's good, but not worth the clean-up. You see, sometimes CLU can be absorbed into the copper surface of the block. Not on the IHS because it is nickel.

So long story short: CLU on die, grease on block.

Thank you, people never look in the original information anymore
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OH BOY!!!!!!!! Just an Update, The 4770K is naked AND 10 degrees cooler than after the initial Delid!!!




This is just an update. I know I am not sending the required info, but I haven't changed anything other than dropping substantial temps, making them more stable and even across the cores, and the ambient temp is approximately 5c warmer.. I can't help the Korean weather unfortunately.

Have a good day and Happy Delidding to All!!! (I am addicted, flat out)

I'm Korean too. What are you doing over there? Teaching English? Lol. (that's what most of my friends have done)
Temps look pretty good. What was your vcore? I'm thinking about going bare die, but I don't mind 4.6hz @ 70C at full load.
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I'm Korean too. What are you doing over there? Teaching English? Lol. (that's what most of my friends have done)
Temps look pretty good. What was your vcore? I'm thinking about going bare die, but I don't mind 4.6hz @ 70C at full load.
I am here with the military.

I am sitting at 1.315v-1.320v right now. It seems that some days it wants a sip more than others, so I usually leave it at 1.32 and let it be happy. I haven't made it to 4.6 stable as of yet, but I am going to try again soon.
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I am here with the military.

I am sitting at 1.315v-1.320v right now. It seems that some days it wants a sip more than others, so I usually leave it at 1.32 and let it be happy. I haven't made it to 4.6 stable as of yet, but I am going to try again soon.
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I am here with the military.

I am sitting at 1.315v-1.320v right now. It seems that some days it wants a sip more than others, so I usually leave it at 1.32 and let it be happy. I haven't made it to 4.6 stable as of yet, but I am going to try again soon.

I'm curious to see what your voltages are at 4.6. Looks like we have the same chip.
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

There is consensus. It's all written in the first post.

The Intel stock paste isn't so bad. Replacing with another paste does not result in significant temp drop. It's the liquid metallic formulas that allow Ivy/Haswell to transfer heat similarly as soldered chips.

However, maybe surprisingly, liquid metal isn't so super between IHS and block. Well it's good, but not worth the clean-up. You see, sometimes CLU can be absorbed into the copper surface of the block. Not on the IHS because it is nickel.

So long story short: CLU on die, grease on block.

Thank you very much for the explanations. I'm still curious to see how "(die) CLU (IHS) grease (copper block)" compare to "(die) CLU (nickel block)" without the IHS.
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Thank you, people never look in the original information anymore

Aw I'm sorry OP, 'till later yesterday I just didn't realise that CLU meant Coollab Liquid Ultra (..duh) and then missed to understand that part about liquid metal in the first post. By all means don't feel like your work isn't appreciated, as it is really helpful and makes things easier and safer, especially for noobs
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Thank you very much for the explanations. I'm still curious to see how "(die) CLU (IHS) grease (copper block)" compare to "(die) CLU (nickel block)" without the IHS.

It will depend on several factors of course. If you are curious enough, you can read SonDa5's posts, early on in the thread. He did direct-die and showed temps for various situations.
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Its been a year since I put CLP/CLU on...which one was the one that has better performance? I think I had Ultra, but cant remember...and I lost my tube somewhere.

People report both, CLP better or CLU better. What's better might change depending on the temperatures. It might depend on how it was applied exactly, the amount of it, how the cooler is mounted etc., random differences.

I think somewhere I've seen the numbers Coolaboratory themselves mention for thermal conductivity of their products and CLU had slightly better numbers.
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People report both, CLP better or CLU better. What's better might change depending on the temperatures. It might depend on how it was applied exactly, the amount of it, how the cooler is mounted etc., random differences.

I think somewhere I've seen the numbers Coolaboratory themselves mention for thermal conductivity of their products and CLU had slightly better numbers.
the delta is so small between the two when compared to the 25c reduction vs stock.
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Thank you very much for the explanations. I'm still curious to see how "(die) CLU (IHS) grease (copper block)" compare to "(die) CLU (nickel block)" without the IHS.
Aw I'm sorry OP, 'till later yesterday I just didn't realise that CLU meant Coollab Liquid Ultra (..duh) and then missed to understand that part about liquid metal in the first post. By all means don't feel like your work isn't appreciated, as it is really helpful and makes things easier and safer, especially for noobs

Thank you very much, sorry sometimes feels like peeps don't read the stuffs anymore tongue.gif
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