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My temps aren't that awesome to be honest. Do you think there is a big difference between liquid ultra and liquid pro for the die? currently applied ultra. should I switch?


From everything that I have read Liquid Pro works better on the die and on the heat sink surface. I think that if you decided to run it on the die you might as well run it on the surface of the heat sink. It's going to be tough clean off later on if you want to clean it off.

Are you now using Liquid Ultra between IHS and DIE and between IHS and heat sink surface?
Edited by SonDa5 - 11/9/12 at 10:53am
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You are in control.
You know you want to De-Lid.
Just do It
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*A friendly not profit IB cooling delidding message. Be careful when Delidding.

I like the whole "Just Do It" message. I posted simiarly on this thread:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1323797/my-hot-3570k-to-delid-or-not-to-delid-that-is-the-question

They did not seem to appreciate me very much. LOL. I retired myself from that thread, but Hokies took up my slack and got the Troll to chase him for a while! Evryone should head over there and tell that Guy (or Girl?) they should delid. Fun times. thumbsupsmiley.png
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I like the whole "Just Do It" message. I posted simiarly on this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1323797/my-hot-3570k-to-delid-or-not-to-delid-that-is-the-question
They did not seem to appreciate me very much. LOL. I retired myself from that thread, but Hokies took up my slack and got the Troll to chase him for a while! Evryone should head over there and tell that Guy (or Girl?) they should delid. Fun times. thumbsupsmiley.png

ROGER.


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You know I think our club is one of the premier TRUE over clocking clubs. Any serious IB over clocker is going to think about de-lidding at some point in time. IMO it's a right of passage event.
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Best thing I have done in a while. Going to push the little sucker as soon as my CLP arrives. Going to OC the snot out of it and give Haswell a skip .biggrin.gif
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I wish I had the guts to do this, but I can't. I however do like reading the before and after temps as some of them are really surprising.
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I wish I had the guts to do this, but I can't. I however do like reading the before and after temps as some of them are really surprising.

Do it , it is easy
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From everything that I have read Liquid Pro works better on the die and on the heat sink surface. I think that if you decided to run it on the die you might as well run it on the surface of the heat sink. It's going to be tough clean off later on if you want to clean it off.
Are you now using Liquid Ultra between IHS and DIE and between IHS and heat sink surface?

No, ultra on the die and NT-H1 (noctua D14 paste) on the ihs. I have been thinking of using the ultra on the heatsink as well. But I wouldn't use pro for the ihs because I don't really want to lap, it just seems like a pain in the ass.
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No, ultra on the die and NT-H1 (noctua D14 paste) on the ihs. I have been thinking of using the ultra on the heatsink as well. But I wouldn't use pro for the ihs because I don't really want to lap, it just seems like a pain in the ass.

I didn't lap my DT Sniper water block and I had a very nice drop in temps going from IC Diamond. From what I have read UItra is about 2-3C hotter than Liquid Pro so gains may not be as much.

I would definitely run the liquid Ultra on all contact surface areas.

I would definitely lap flat the IHS and surface of the heat sink(only if needed on the heat sink some heat sinks are nice and flat)


I didn't lap my DT sniper water block but I did a contact paper pressure test with it directly on my die and I know I have good contact so I don't think I need to lap my DT sniper block.
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I didn't lap my DT Sniper water block and I had a very nice drop in temps going from IC Diamond. From what I have read UItra is about 2-3C hotter than Liquid Pro so gains may not be as much.
I would definitely run the liquid Ultra on all contact surface areas.
I would definitely lap flat the IHS and surface of the heat sink(only if needed on the heat sink some heat sinks are nice and flat)
I didn't lap my DT sniper water block but I did a contact paper pressure test with it directly on my die and I know I have good contact so I don't think I need to lap my DT sniper block.
why don't people realize they can use indigo xtreme like me its amazing stuf and super easy to do....UGH
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Going to order it now Val.
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