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Edited by Valgaur - 11/26/12 at 4:58pm
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After I remove the IHS, clean it, then what's the step by step?

1. Put chip in LGA socket
2. Apply thermal paste to core
3. Place and lock IHS to the chip with the socket locking arm
4. Apply thermal paste to IHS

Is that how it goes?

Also what about if I want to remove the chip from the socket, will the IHS stay on it and is it basically adhered by the thermal paste?
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

After I remove the IHS, clean it, then what's the step by step?
1. Put chip in LGA socket
2. Apply thermal paste to core
3. Place and lock IHS to the chip with the socket locking arm
4. Apply thermal paste to IHS
Is that how it goes?
Also what about if I want to remove the chip from the socket, will the IHS stay on it and is it basically adhered by the thermal paste?

To make it much more easy remove MB when u put the chip back in..

Trying to hold chip and put on Ihs and lock it down has led afew ppl to Bend MB pins.

Why i advise to avoid the risk 100% by removing the mb.

And make sure you constantly Ground yourself cause ur touching the Cpu a lot..

1 Static shock and it is gone.. Take break if ur hands get tired and take ur time.
    
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I was blaming intel for my terrible temps with my i5 3570k. after replacing my NH-D14 with a corsair h100i my temps improved dramatically. now I'm a 4.8ghz and temps never go above 85 degrees. (a far cry fom my 4.5ghz that one core goes up to 90 degees after 24 hours of prime) as weird as it may sound now I have the urge of delidding it wayyy more than before. I'm getting a 4.8ghz overclock on a fairly low 1.34v and I assume I may have a golden one here. I'm gonna delid it in a few hours. ima post results asap!thumb.gif
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Not exactly golden, but pretty good. Mine did 1.37v for 4.7ghz...curious to see your h100i results. rolleyes.gif
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Now I'm curious too, cuz i do have a d14. rolleyes.gif

Edit: What about noise levels?
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Not exactly golden, but pretty good. Mine did 1.37v for 4.7ghz...curious to see your h100i results. rolleyes.gif

I could prolly turn down the voltage a bit tbh but I wanted to get a rock solid stable setting first, I ran prime 18 hours and temps never went above 85 degrees(I thought I could get close to 5ghz without delidding) how far can I push the voltage btw? can I have it at 1.45v without any problem as long as I keep temps on check? sadly I have no means of getting a the liquid pro TIM from where I'm from. hopefully I can get at least a 10 degree improvement from a gelid GC extreme tim
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Now I'm curious too, cuz i do have a d14.

Edit: What about noise levels?

it is a bit louder compared to my NH-D14 mainly because of the fans that I used (two silverstone FM121 fans I had lying around) I used the silverstone fans for push then the fans that came with it for pull. temps are great and the cooler looks awesome. im playing around with the fan profiles and I think I can have it work like on graphics cards that your fans will only rev up at a specific temp threshold. it doesn't need to stay loud 100% of the time. cool piece of software the corsair link is
Edited by jprovido - 11/26/12 at 5:32pm
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I could prolly turn down the voltage a bit tbh but I wanted to get a rock solid stable setting first, I ran prime 18 hours and temps never went above 85 degrees(I thought I could get close to 5ghz without delidding) how far can I push the voltage btw? can I have it at 1.45v without any problem as long as I keep temps on check? sadly I have no means of getting a the liquid pro TIM from where I'm from. hopefully I can get at least a 10 degree improvement from a gelid GC extreme tim
it is a bit louder compared to my NH-D14 mainly because of the fans that I used (two silverstone FM121 fans I had lying around) I used the silverstone fans for push then the fans that came with it for pull. temps are great and the cooler looks awesome. im playing around with the fan profiles and I think I can have it work like on graphics cards that your fans will only rev up at a specific temp threshold. it doesn't need to stay loud 100% of the time. cool piece of software the corsair link is

I think the free corsair link is the way it should have been with the h100 from scratch...but well.
Back on topic, you can do 1.52v as max but I wouldn't go over 1.45v without delidding.
And you CAN get Liquid Pro anywhere in the world shipped, for 17usd if you buy from www.sidewindercomputers.com , only thing you gotta do is select USPS International First Class shipping and own a credit card and/or paypal account.
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I ended up delidding again to put a better coat of the ultra on the die, bit more this time did the trick. It was running at 4.6 @ 1.32V after the first ultra application maxing at 82°, now maxing at the same temps but 4.8Ghz at 1.4V air cooled. The superglue I used to glue the IHS on did pretty good, held the IHS in place fine for handling & locking it into the latch & just had to get the razor under one corner to pop it off (just used a tiny drop on each corner).
    
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