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Guys I want to sell my Cpu. Its running direct to die method with CLU on Corsair H100i since a year and I have never removed to CPU. So can I safely clean the CLU from Cpu and H100i block.
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Originally Posted by Afineday2die View Post

Guys I want to sell my Cpu. Its running direct to die method with CLU on Corsair H100i since a year and I have never removed to CPU. So can I safely clean the CLU from Cpu and H100i block.

Shoulg not be an issue. Except your H100i plate jas some optical issue since CLU / CLP diffuses into the copper
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Originally Posted by Afineday2die View Post

Guys I want to sell my Cpu. Its running direct to die method with CLU on Corsair H100i since a year and I have never removed to CPU. So can I safely clean the CLU from Cpu and H100i block.

You should be able to clean it off just fine, just be aware that there will likely be some discoloration on the copper. thumb.gif
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It's possible to sell a delidded cpu?
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It's possible to sell a delidded cpu?

It's possible to sell anything, you just need to find the buyer....
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It's possible to sell a delidded cpu?

You can sell anything you want...... rolleyes.gif


Dead cpu are sold on ebay smile.gif
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What they do in singlethread? Can you overclock them?


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Never even ran single thread, wouldn't be much special about it. It would just be a single thread at 3.46GHz. You can't overclock because its a Mac. The only option is to get creative and Bootcamp into Windows and use SetFSB and bump up the FSB to whatever it would do on stock voltage just do a bench. Much more hassle than it's worth and not sure how well that would work anyways.
post #29148 of 33990
Under normal use without being overclocked how long should CLU last, think I can get at least 3 years out of it?
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Under normal use without being overclocked how long should CLU last, think I can get at least 3 years out of it?

There are so many variables involved in that, any answer you get would be purely subjective. I know that CLP lasted on my CPU for over a year, and was still perfectly fine when I cleaned it off and reapplied.

Basically, you just leave it on until you see your temps getting progressively worse. Then you remove the old and reapply. thumb.gif
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Yeah, it won't be overclocked. I guess I will just have to see what its doing under load now and use that as my baseline for degradation.
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