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Letter has been submitted to the receptionist of the editor of CustomPC. He will be reading soon. They should be reading this guide as well. So keep up the good work guys! thumb.gif

Well done Val wink.gif
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Well done Val wink.gif

Neopunx linked me the article I read it and was like....ummmm wrong tools lol. You will see more killed than survived.
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Wow changing those allowed me to boot at 5@1.52, and for the llc why ultra high and not extreme? there are also other things in the menu. should i leave it to 140%?

great news then smile.gif

yeah, stick to UH 75% LLC as it is at least not overshooting under load (it drops by 0.008-0.016v instead).
with Extreme LLC your vcore will get overshot under load up to +0.03V versus idle vcore, it's not good, easy to loose control over maximum vcore you are using and could be harmful at extreme clocks if things get out of control perhaps (was the case with older CPUs, not those new ones however) ... to be honest, it simply is not recommended to run extreme LLC daily.
yea, keep the rest settings same as you have, 140% is good, it's just a limiter.
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So I will be switching motherboards today and took care not to remove the IHS off of the die while doing so. Do you guys think I should stick it into new mobo as is or redo liquid pro on die? The IHS may have turned a slight bit on top of the die when I removed it though so that's why I have my doubts.
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Might as well change it if your right there, IMO.
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we shouldnt recommend using liquid pro/ultra on the ihs/base plate cooler..

For no IHS bare die mounts I think CL Pro is the best way to go but you have to keep in mind the copper block will be tough to clean later on.
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Great job feniks! thumb.gif Post that score in the Ivy Stable thread so that I can add it to the spreadsheet to be added to the bench scores there. Nice score to have posted there.
good idea, will re-post it soon over there. are we keeping spreadsheet for Cinebench results too in that thread now? I thought it was only for Prime95 & SuperPI?
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Idontcare just did a Liquid Ultra App on the bare die..
Look how much he used.. like 4x to much XD Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



LMAO!!! I used half or a third of that amount the first two times and it was still too much (splashed the TIM all over the PCB after the IHS went on it)! ... nowadays I just gently scrub/brush leftovers from the tip of CL Ultra syringe and apply/brush them on the die (super thin layer) and it brings very good results (no clots, smooth flat surface) biggrin.gif
Edited by feniks - 11/28/12 at 10:25am
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We shouldnt recommend using liquid pro/ultra on the ihs/base plate cooler..

Ah well, I was stubborn and went with Pro on the IHS anyway when I did mine.
True, it'll be a pain to clean off, and it might take ages, but then again, I've got time and I enjoy tinkering with my stuff biggrin.gif
Besides, it's not like lapping my IHS was a 5 minute job either, and I've heard numerous times that any left-over traces of Liquid Pro'll only make the next TIM you apply perform better.

All in all, I'm happy with my choice thumb.gif
And I'm certainly not disappointed with the overall 30c drop in temps either ^^
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Ah well, I was stubborn and went with Pro on the IHS anyway when I did mine.
True, it'll be a pain to clean off, and it might take ages, but then again, I've got time and I enjoy tinkering with my stuff biggrin.gif
Besides, it's not like lapping my IHS was a 5 minute job either, and I've heard numerous times that any left-over traces of Liquid Pro'll only make the next TIM you apply perform better.
All in all, I'm happy with my choice thumb.gif
And I'm certainly not disappointed with the overall 30c drop in temps either ^^

If you lapped the top of the IHS then I don't see a problem using it. To remove Liquid Pro from top of IHS you can say good bye to any factory markings. Might as well lap it
then use Liquid Pro.
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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

Ah well, I was stubborn and went with Pro on the IHS anyway when I did mine.
True, it'll be a pain to clean off, and it might take ages, but then again, I've got time and I enjoy tinkering with my stuff biggrin.gif
Besides, it's not like lapping my IHS was a 5 minute job either, and I've heard numerous times that any left-over traces of Liquid Pro'll only make the next TIM you apply perform better.
All in all, I'm happy with my choice thumb.gif
And I'm certainly not disappointed with the overall 30c drop in temps either ^^

I use CL Ultra on the IHS (and cooling block contacting it). it's OK. may take a while to clean the Pro off later on, but it provides awesome temps!!! biggrin.gifthumb.gif
Ultra is much easier to rub off with paper towels and alcohol, on copper cooling block had to use the scratch pad (scotch brite?) to actually sand it off LOL, but it comes off from nickel IHS eaily with just alcohol after rubbing for a while with soft paper towels.

on lapped IHS it shouldn't matter anyways, since your markings are gone anyways biggrin.gif
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