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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

Well, Coollaboratory themselves are located in Germany, so I guessed that would be the quickest way to get some, seeing as you can't seem to get the pro here in Belgium... (Alternate has the Ultra, but apparently they don't do the pro xD). Didn't think there'd be much of a difference between ordering from Holland and ordering from Germany, but apparently they still haven't even received my payment, despite the fact that my bank says they did the transaction on monday...
I might just delid today though, like you said, I have a good feeling about doing it today, and I don't think I'll ever be more ready than I am right now. If worst comes to worst and I mess up my 3570k, though, I've got some money put aside so I can get myself a 3770k. Else I wouldn't risk it, but this 3570k I've got now isn't exactly what you'd call a golden chip, needing 1.34v to get stable on 4.5GHz and temps spiking to the 90's on IBT...
Just trying to convince myself to go for it now ^^

Just take your time and follow the guide, its actually helpful lol.

It's the sanding and applying pro that will make you want to suicide. Ive sanded my ihs so much that there is barely any material on it.... and it still isnt shiny or completely flat.
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finally i found a good example on how little liquid pro you need to cover the ihs

this is how it looked like after its done

i wouldnt want to see the little "drops" on the lower part ihs tho,
anything thats to much, suck it up again using the seringe, easy.. smile.gif

if you use the Q-tip that comes with the package,
use the same part all the time, it will making it spread out easier too..
using circle motion helps too i noticed..

The Liquid Pro manual suggests the use of a Q-Tip, artist's brush,
rubber gloves, or the tip of the syringe for spreading the compound.
on the pic's above, the seringe is used to spread the tim..

not sure what this one did, but obviously using to much,

we had a member here that used the whole seringe, pity i didnt copy his pic's ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 11/23/12 at 3:42am
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finally i found a good example on how little liquid pro you need to cover the ihs
this is how it looked like after its done

i wouldnt want to see the little "drops" on the lower part ihs tho,
anything thats to much, suck it up again using the seringe, easy.. smile.gif
if you use the Q-tip that comes with the package,
use the same part all the time, it will making it spread out easier too..
using circle motion helps too i noticed..
The Liquid Pro manual suggests the use of a Q-Tip, artist's brush,
rubber gloves, or the tip of the syringe for spreading the compound.
on the pic's above, the seringe is used to spread the tim..
not sure what this one did, but obviously using to much,

we had a member here that used the whole seringe, pity i didnt copy his pic's ..lol

there's actually a youtube video on how to properly apply liquid pro. ive known this for a long time now
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there's actually a youtube video on how to properly apply liquid pro. ive known this for a long time now

yep,
but not everyone is watching it, or knows smile.gif


So i just repeat things every now and then biggrin.gif
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yep,
but not everyone is watching it, or knows smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So i just repeat things every now and then biggrin.gif

I think they cheated a little in that video though, if you look at the IHS at the start, it has some dark patches like you get after cleaning off Pro or Ultra and having had it previously applied makes it quite a bit easier to apply again! tongue.gif
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Leyaena, do yourself a favor and practice on at least two socket 478 celerons...they cost close to nothing and are glued.
Try to the cut in a single motion using a thin gillette razor, but wear some gloves (like Valgaur did)
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I think they cheated a little in that video though, if you look at the IHS at the start, it has some dark patches like you get after cleaning off Pro or Ultra and having had it previously applied makes it quite a bit easier to apply again! tongue.gif

it is their own product of course..lol

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Leyaena, do yourself a favor and practice on at least two socket 478 celerons...they cost close to nothing and are glued.

i think this tip should be on page 1 too,
practice on some old celeron/pentium first,
doesnt matter if they are soldered or not smile.gif
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Leyaena, do yourself a favor and practice on at least two socket 478 celerons...they cost close to nothing and are glued.
Try to the cut in a single motion using a thin gillette razor, but wear some gloves (like Valgaur did)

I'm sure they cost close to nothing, as you say, but I don't have an easy way to get my hands on some, unfortunately frown.gif

I'll be home in 20 minutes or so, I'm planning to go for it then, after running some benches and writing down my current temps ^^

How would I best go about spreading regular tim on the die? just a half rice grain-sized blob in the middle, and let the pressure from the IHS spread it out? Or is it best to spread it out myself beforehand?
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Hi guys

Dunno if you already answered that in the last 50 pages, d4mn hard to keep up with that thread! tongue.gif

You say the IHS could be concave sometimes, which could explain a core being hotter than the others, and needs to be lapped. I guess the purpose of lapping is to have the whole surface of the die touching the IHS, right?
Then why do you lap the upper side of the IHS? From what I see this will improve the IHS / heatsink contact, but won't do anything for the die / IHS interface...wha-smiley.png

What do you guys use to lap? Hand + sand paper?
Would that work for the under side of the IHS too?

How do you do to have a 100% flat and horizontal surface? Any pics or videos?

After delidding, would it be good to glue back the IHS to the PCB (one or two small points of glue), to avoid the IHS moving on to the lil black square that will lift it a bit?
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