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Yeah, what happened to me was that I was terribly scared hitting the CPU. I don't remember if I noticed something while hitting it with the hammer. I bet I only found out that the PCB was partly separated and moving because I pulled on it after every hit. I don't think I'd have heard the separation happening with the hammer hit being as loud as it was. In your video it was very obvious that something had happened and the glue had ripped.

I had seen one of those videos you mention and wrapped a cloth around the vise and CPU so it couldn't have flown off for me. tongue.gif
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Had a BSOD this morning. I do not like this motherboard at all. I just put it back to 4.1 where it has always been stable. At least I know the chip is capable of better, but I have RMA ed this board once and it just isn't up to par for stability in my eyes. Maybe next time.
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Sooo. How does heat transfer using CLU on a die compare to a soldered chip? I am thinking devils canyon 4790k vs. properly delidded 4770k?
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I´m about to delid my 4770..and I´m going to use CLU between the die and IHS.
However I´m a bit conserned abot the small chips next to the die...I´ve seen some use things as nailpolish, silicon and other stuff.

But have anyone used dielectric siliconbased grease ?
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Is this at all true?
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Originally Posted by angelotti View Post

Delidded chip with a heavy air cooler is not such a good idea, the pressure is not symmetrical (unless the cooler is vertical and the MB horizontal). The chip might crack at high temperatures. That glue helps even-out the pressure and over a larger area.

high density + high temps + mechanical pressure, might equal to "a disaster"

I’m not talking from experience, but i don’t think that the actual chip itself is supposed to take the weight of a big air cooler. A water block is going to be only 2/300 grams.
post #24746 of 34072
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Originally Posted by BenJaminJr View Post

Is this at all true?

I used a D14 for over 6 months in a Haf932. No issues.
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Originally Posted by BenJaminJr View Post

Is this at all true?
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Originally Posted by angelotti View Post

Delidded chip with a heavy air cooler is not such a good idea, the pressure is not symmetrical (unless the cooler is vertical and the MB horizontal). The chip might crack at high temperatures. That glue helps even-out the pressure and over a larger area.

high density + high temps + mechanical pressure, might equal to "a disaster"

I’m not talking from experience, but i don’t think that the actual chip itself is supposed to take the weight of a big air cooler. A water block is going to be only 2/300 grams.

I agree with chronicfx, I used a tower cooler on a dellided chip for a while without issue, and it works just fine. However, for a naked mount there is an inkling of truth to the asymmetrical pressure from a non-solid plate. I would be a bit timid trying a naked mount with a tower cooler without lapping the cooler to a near mirror finish, and having a methodology that tightened all 4 corners at the same rate to avoid pressure to the edges. The weight certainty is not an issue though, the amount of pressure that my naked water block requires is in excess of that required to mount a tower cooler, which essentially means it weighs heavier on the die.
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Originally Posted by mrazster View Post

I´m about to delid my 4770..and I´m going to use CLU between the die and IHS.
However I´m a bit conserned abot the small chips next to the die...I´ve seen some use things as nailpolish, silicon and other stuff.

But have anyone used dielectric siliconbased grease ?

Liquid electrical tape is great stuff
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Originally Posted by BenJaminJr View Post

Is this at all true?

That issue was risen when someone wanted to do direct mount of aircooler to the die itself, reusing the IHS on the die makes for a great combo for aircoolers wink.gif
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Liquid electrical tape is great stuff

Will this do the trick ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Performix-Liquid-Electrical-Tape-4-oz-Resealable-Can-RED-/201066538799?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2ed07fe72f
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yup and use the paint on one. not the spray can.
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