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Ok So ill try an reseat the IHS on the weekend.

I also posted mv Validation in the original entry

and here for those of you who care: http://valid.canardpc.com/2583512 biggrin.gif
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What actually bows with pressure? My raystorm has two pressure fittings, first one for mobo and second for the actual block, but most say the first is enough, I tightened both all the way maybe that was my problem. Does not explain the gpu though, however I did slide it and take it off a little while mounting.
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@Chris, does the d14 have a solid block base or does it have exposed pipes? If it has exposé pipes, then no. They are thin and you run the risk of wearing through and ruining it.

@Arm3nian, I have that same block, and I haven't noticed any bowing. What exactly are you talking about? If you put to much pressure(which is hard to do) you can warp the Mobo over a long period of time. If you are talking about the IHS, then supposedly the pressure some how magically makes the concaved portion of the IHS better. I don't really beleive in magic, hence I lapped mine. If after you put your TIM on the die/IHS, while you were mounting the block, you caused the IHS slipped, it's possible that you smeared the TIM and lost your good contact. The only way to check is reverse the process carefully, inspect as you disassemble, and reapply if you find it messed up. If it is messed up, do it over again, but be more careful while mounting the block to not slide the IHS, and liberally apply some TIM on the Under side of the IHS to mitigate the disruption of the tim during mounting.
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Hey hey!
Yeah So I decided to do the same! was at 78°c whilst running Prime95 (after a 30 Minute run) now my max is 66! Love it! Only problem is that my friend saw the results and now he wants me to do his as well rolleyes.gif... I was ok to do it on MY chip... but someone elses? mmmmmm...

OCN name: Flv1333
CPU: 3570K
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: MX2
Mhz gained: NA
OC after delid: 4500 Mhz
Temp drops: A nice 12°c!!!
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2583512

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Ok So ill try an reseat the IHS on the weekend.
I also posted mv Validation in the original entry
and here for those of you who care: http://valid.canardpc.com/2583512 biggrin.gif

Your in! thumb.gif
post #3145 of 33411
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@Chris, does the d14 have a solid block base or does it have exposed pipes? If it has exposé pipes, then no. They are thin and you run the risk of wearing through and ruining it.

Nope, is a solid block of nickel plated cooper i believe. But some say it's really straight and true.
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Wow i had a guy offer me 150$ for my Htpc lol

i5 750
Asus p7p55-m
Samsung 160gb hdd
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Galaxy Gt 240
Enermax 600 watt psu
Blue ray drive
8gb dd3
And a retail copy of Windows 7 home perm 64 bit..
In a Silverstone Sugo 02 Case..

I asked him for what ever he was Smokin cause he must be some good stuff..
LOL https://post.craigslist.org/manage/3351020151
    
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Wow i had a guy offer me 150$ for my Htpc lol
i5 750
Asus p7p55-m
Samsung 160gb hdd
Antec 620
Galaxy Gt 240
Enermax 600 watt psu
Blue ray drive
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And a retail copy of Windows 7 home perm 64 bit..
In a Silverstone Sugo 02 Case..
I asked him for what ever he was Smokin cause he must be some good stuff..
LOL https://post.craigslist.org/manage/3351020151

Gotta love CL. The only place a $50 P4 system gets listed at $500, & where a $1000 system listed for $500 gets offers for $50.
    
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The case alone costs close to that xD
People these days...rolleyes.gif
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Well, I found that, while making multiple attempts at removing my ultra, even after a short period, removing it was a complete pain, it took a lot of effort to remove from the IHS and cooler base and even then I couldn't get it all. It did seem to improve the surface though so I'm not sure it's a bad thing.
I would just say not to expect it to come off completely.
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Both CL Ultra and Pro are a pain to apply and to remove compaired to other TIMs, but they are both very good for temps - especially between the die and IHS where they are, so far, the best TIM to use.
I have tried both now, and Ultra is easier to apply. I also found Ultra is harder to remove than other TIMs after some use (besides Pro), but I was able to remove it without too much trouble using the scrub pad they provide and 91% alcohol. I have not had to remove much PRO yet, but I expect it will require lapping the IHS and HSF to get it all off.
I do not know if the die will be as hard to remove as the surface there is not metal, and at least for the Ultra, it remained more liquid there even after a month of use compared to between the IHS and the HSF where it was dried out and harder to remove after that.
Pro does seem to run ~1-3C lower than Ultra, but I will probably buy more Ultra instead of Pro as I find it much easier to use and clean off, and I do end up having to do this multiple times as I change system parts and processors and make system adjustments. It's not like my system is set up to just work and then remain static very long.
same here, after merely 2 weeks of 24/7 running/use of CL ULTRA I had to scrub the bottom of my Raystorm cooling block and use plenty of alcohol to remove it, some still stayed like kinda fused into copper LOL (yet very flat) wink.gif

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Wow i had a guy offer me 150$ for my Htpc lol
i5 750
Asus p7p55-m
Samsung 160gb hdd
Antec 620
Galaxy Gt 240
Enermax 600 watt psu
Blue ray drive
8gb dd3
And a retail copy of Windows 7 home perm 64 bit..
In a Silverstone Sugo 02 Case..
I asked him for what ever he was Smokin cause he must be some good stuff..
LOL https://post.craigslist.org/manage/3351020151
haha, that's a low blow ... tell that guy he'd better buy some lottery tickets instead ...
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The case alone costs close to that xD
People these days...rolleyes.gif

Yah it is like the sleekest Htpc/Shuttle Case.. fits in with TV etc etc.. And small.. it is like 15x7x8

I have a 3d gen ipad and a Nexus 7 now.. so i have no need for the htpc.. heh.. but there does come that point in money it is worth more to me keeping then selling...

The thing about the i5 750 is it runs as good if not better in gaming then a 8350...
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