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Kryonaut will pump out too. I tried on my initial delid and it lasted about 2 weeks. Tried twice before going lm
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Kryonaut will pump out too. I tried on my initial delid and it lasted about 2 weeks. Tried twice before going lm

My Noctua was the fastest, lasted about 2 days haha.
    
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My Noctua was the fastest, lasted about 2 days haha.
haha I could totally see that! I tried mx4 once and it was about the same, 2 days and my temps were headed for the hills.
Btw: naked mount hardware just arrived at my house! Now to try and ditch work so I can get started on MY long list of things to do! It's gonna be a huge pain to blitz my loop frown.gif
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My Noctua was the fastest, lasted about 2 days haha.

 

Same thing happened with direct die mount for me with Kryonaut and my XSPC Raystorm.

 

If you can find Xigmatek PTI-G4512 it will NOT pump out.  My direct die application lasted ~2 years without any problems.  Despite it's very low thermal conductance rating, I've found it works just as well temp wise as the main players in the TIM game. 

 

I recently found an eBay auction for some and bought 2 tubes; they're in route from Taiwan. 

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Gonna be putting together a 4790k Twitch rig for a friend of my brother's.

Kinda sucks that I've gotta wait for Sabertooth to break free in order to get it built, but thems the breaks when you're looking at building a system 2 generations behind the current release.

I have a EK 240 Predator coming for him so am not sure that I will contemplate delidding this chip, but still may get to do it. Sad thing is he's not an OC'er at all, so I talked him down from the RoG boards since it made no sense to spend so much.

Putting a 750 EVO SSD in his build, already has Win7 OS for it. Should be pretty speedy for his needs. Also he's picking up a R9 390 Nitro with this build. So man am I gonna be skippin round the tulips in the coming week. biggrin.gif

I will open a build log when I get time, but one that is a rehash of what went down. Not a piecemeal log in the least. thumb.gif

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Gonna be putting together a 4790k Twitch rig for a friend of my brother's.

Kinda sucks that I've gotta wait for Sabertooth to break free in order to get it built, but thems the breaks when you're looking at building a system 2 generations behind the current release.

I have a EK 240 Predator coming for him so am not sure that I will contemplate delidding this chip, but still may get to do it. Sad thing is he's not an OC'er at all, so I talked him down from the RoG boards since it made no sense to spend so much.

Putting a 750 EVO SSD in his build, already has Win7 OS for it. Should be pretty speedy for his needs. Also he's picking up a R9 390 Nitro with this build. So man am I gonna be skippin round the tulips in the coming week. biggrin.gif

I will open a build log when I get time, but one that is a rehash of what went down. Not a piecemeal log in the least. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
nice! I'm always trying to get people I know to let me build a pc for them but nothing that fancy, so far thumb.gif

I also probably wouldn't "risk" a delid if he's not an oc'er but I bet he'll ask you do it when you show him dem gains!

are you looking for a sabertooth or re-using one? They're sweet boards! I've got a brand new "armor" kit sitting around, if that opens up your options at all PM me
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Interesting note... Just so you guys know... I can't delid my 2500k... but I'll have a 6700k soon and I'll be delidding that... Check out my CLU application after about 2 months...



I'm pretty sure my application was too thick since after about a month I noticed a 5-7C increase in temps all of a sudden...heck this PK-1 I just put on is doing nearly the same temps...
The CLU was all dried up and there were particles of metal that were completely stuck to both the CPU and cooler. I had to lapp the entire cooler and CPU again just to get the surface back to flat without the fused metals... I'm sure if I had a thinner application I would have had better results.
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Interesting note... Just so you guys know... I can't delid my 2500k... but I'll have a 6700k soon and I'll be delidding that... Check out my CLU application after about 2 months...



I'm pretty sure my application was too thick since after about a month I noticed a 5-7C increase in temps all of a sudden...heck this PK-1 I just put on is doing nearly the same temps...
The CLU was all dried up and there were particles of metal that were completely stuck to both the CPU and cooler. I had to lapp the entire cooler and CPU again just to get the surface back to flat without the fused metals... I'm sure if I had a thinner application I would have had better results.

Yea that def does look like quite a lot, can tell by the overflow of CLU you have.
    
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Interesting note... Just so you guys know... I can't delid my 2500k... but I'll have a 6700k soon and I'll be delidding that... Check out my CLU application after about 2 months... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I'm pretty sure my application was too thick since after about a month I noticed a 5-7C increase in temps all of a sudden...heck this PK-1 I just put on is doing nearly the same temps...
The CLU was all dried up and there were particles of metal that were completely stuck to both the CPU and cooler. I had to lapp the entire cooler and CPU again just to get the surface back to flat without the fused metals... I'm sure if I had a thinner application I would have had better results.

Sandy bridge is soldered, it never could be delidded.
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Interesting note... Just so you guys know... I can't delid my 2500k... but I'll have a 6700k soon and I'll be delidding that... Check out my CLU application after about 2 months...

[...]

I'm pretty sure my application was too thick since after about a month I noticed a 5-7C increase in temps all of a sudden...heck this PK-1 I just put on is doing nearly the same temps...
The CLU was all dried up and there were particles of metal that were completely stuck to both the CPU and cooler. I had to lapp the entire cooler and CPU again just to get the surface back to flat without the fused metals... I'm sure if I had a thinner application I would have had better results.

The reason for this should be the naked copper (without nickel plating) on the base of your cooler. The gallium in the CLU interacts with the copper, and both metals will change. Some gallium atoms move inside the copper and stain the cooler's surface, and some copper atoms move inside the CLU and change it so that it won't be a fluid anymore. I think what a thin application will do is protect you against the rising temperatures you have seen, but it won't protect you against the stain and the CLU hardening. You perhaps might not want to use CLU on lapped coolers and CPUs that don't have their nickel plating anymore.
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