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We need pictures, it's difficult to imagine how you are applying the TIM. If you are not using enough CL Ultra there's no way for us to determine whether you are doing it correctly.

I believe it was a contact issue. I may have applied it too thinly. Unfortunately because of the damaged syringe I got I couldn't try again, but I re-applied the block with standard paste and it appears to be working fine. I have much better temps with the Ultra under the hood. In future I think I will either do it this way or I will go direct-die. Probably when I get my new board in I'll prop up the back plate so there is enough pressure for a direct mount.

I'll post some pics with temps in a second.

EDIT: Here are some temps on an overclock I tried before the CL Ultra, with just regular paste on the die and IHS, which resulted in peaks of 102-104 across the cores when I stupidly let it run.



So that's a good 20c off. And not to mention that, except for the peaks on the hottest p95 runs, it only sits around 70c quite consistently. biggrin.gif
Edited by DirektEffekt - 11/14/12 at 10:42pm
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How do you know when it is flat if using sandpaper, I already screwed up the cpu text with a wool wire so might well.
Btw, anyone anyone think it would be possible to solder the die to the ihs lol.
No, it must be done before the CPU is ever turned on, plus it must be fluxless.
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why even bother with soldering it ,
solder has a lower w/mk then the liquid pro most of us use on the die..lol
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why even bother with soldering it ,
solder has a lower w/mk then the liquid pro most of us use on the die..lol
It's easier to maintain and it's cheaper if you already have an iron. Solder is like $2 for a reel.
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It's easier to maintain and it's cheaper if you already have an iron. Solder is like $2 for a reel.

ive heard about peeps trying to get a soldered ihs off,
i did a few myself last weekend,
but never heard of someone trying to solder one on again ..lol biggrin.gif
i could try tho, still have those pentiums that where soldered..
use a iron you say?
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ive heard about peeps trying to get a soldered ihs off,
i did a few myself last weekend,
but never heard of someone trying to solder one on again ..lol biggrin.gif
i could try tho, still have those pentiums that where soldered..
use a iron you say?
Soldering iron, not iron, just to clarify....
You could try but i don't believe it would work due to the fact that the CPU may burn out.
But we need guinea pigs anyway!
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Soldering iron, not iron, just to clarify....
You could try but i don't believe it would work due to the fact that the CPU may burn out.
But we need guinea pigs anyway!

lol...

thought you where talking about this, haha

saw someone taking a ihs off with it..

yea, next time if my kiddos are here, we'll think about soldering it on again ...LOL
kids sometimes can come up with simple solutions/answers wink.gif
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lol...
thought you where talking about this, haha

saw someone taking a ihs off with it..
yea, next time if my kiddos are here, we'll think about soldering it on again ...LOL
kids sometimes can come up with simple solutions/answers wink.gif
HAHA!It'll be a great learning experience all you need to do is use a little solder, do not hold the Soldering iron onto the die for more then 3-4 seconds it will reach 700-900F very fast and burn out
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I believe it was a contact issue. I may have applied it too thinly. Unfortunately because of the damaged syringe I got I couldn't try again, but I re-applied the block with standard paste and it appears to be working fine. I have much better temps with the Ultra under the hood. In future I think I will either do it this way or I will go direct-die. Probably when I get my new board in I'll prop up the back plate so there is enough pressure for a direct mount.
I'll post some pics with temps in a second.
EDIT: Here are some temps on an overclock I tried before the CL Ultra, with just regular paste on the die and IHS, which resulted in peaks of 102-104 across the cores when I stupidly let it run.

So that's a good 20c off. And not to mention that, except for the peaks on the hottest p95 runs, it only sits around 70c quite consistently. biggrin.gif

Wow nice one bro. thumb.gif What cooler are you using? I think we have the same proc here, need at least 1.45v for 4.8Ghz. I'm really into ex240 for direct die cooling. Should i go for it or 7950? Owh and i wanna ask which gives better performance, Liquid Pro or Ultra? Ultra is available at my place. For Liquid Pro, i need to order from their site. Will take 2 weeks to arrive at my place.
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Wow nice one bro. thumb.gif What cooler are you using? I think we have the same proc here, need at least 1.45v for 4.8Ghz. I'm really into ex240 for direct die cooling. Should i go for it or 7950? Owh and i wanna ask which gives better performance, Liquid Pro or Ultra? Ultra is available at my place. For Liquid Pro, i need to order from their site. Will take 2 weeks to arrive at my place.

I'm only on a H80. It doesn't take that much to cool Ivy since it uses so much less power than Sandy. I would say you're better off with a 7950 though, definitely a more noticeable difference.

As for the different TIMs, I would say go for Ultra, at best you'd only see a few degrees in it. Once I get some more Coollaboratory liquid I'm going to modify the backplate a little and go direct die on this thing! thumb.gif
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