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Hey folks, anyone know if Liquid Ultra is safe for using on a reference GTX 570 die and heatsink?
Did ask on EVGA forums but its like a ghost town in there lately.
I wouldn't, use something cheaper for the GPU since they do not run incredibly hot for the temps they can withstand.
post #4262 of 33538
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Hey folks, anyone know if Liquid Ultra is safe for using on a reference GTX 570 die and heatsink?
Did ask on EVGA forums but its like a ghost town in there lately.

Safe as any other tim i would say..lol
i did 2 vid cards a few weeks ago with liquid pro,
gave me about 10C tempdrop playing bf3,
my card blows the air into the casing, so the cooler the better i was thinking.. smile.gif
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I wouldn't, use something cheaper for the GPU since they do not run incredibly hot for the temps they can withstand.

only have AS5 and liquid pro in the house,
i would use pro first for anything nowadays ..lol
my gpu was running 60-65C playing bf3,
didnt really need to change tim's, but its nice to see it stays in the 50C now ..lol

btw,
nice list you got there, with the "Intel Overclocks" ..lol
5Ghz 1.375V 24/7Stable ..wauw thumb.gif
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I was meaning safe as in what are the heatsink and die made of, like it wouldn't be safe if it was aluminium but if copper then its safe lol
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I was meaning safe as in what are the heatsink and die made of, like it wouldn't be safe if it was aluminium but if copper then its safe lol

i see, misunderstood, sorry redface.gifwink.gif
prolly still yes, but i dont have a gtx ..lol
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100% safe! Copper and nickel plated copper ihs.
Delid that fermi core!

Guys, there's cheap bbse and psc in ebay atm for your ram needs. 2x8gb will suck for cloccks/timings. Most 8gb sticks won't oc at all!
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100% safe! Copper and nickel plated copper ihs.
Delid that fermi core!

Excellent, thanks. playing Far Cry 3, amazing game, really pushing my 570 with big overclock.
post #4268 of 33538
Holy crap I applied liquid ultra on my delidded 3770k (on both die and ihs) and my temps dropped 30*c . The replacement tim I was using on the delidded chip was tim consultants 0098 which is about on par with as5 I believe. Over the original non-delidded chip temps dropped about 40*c. I am amazed how well this stuff works. On top of the great temps it also makes mounting very consistent as long as you apply it correctly.
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Sorry if this have already been answered - I been reading through ALOT of the posts that already been made, but to be honest, 4268 posts is just a tad too much.

So I just ordered The Gigabyte Z77X-UD7 along with a whole setup for the MO-RA3 (9x140mm fans) - The 3770K I been using for a few of my projects needs a proper home (Does 5.0 at 1.38V ) so its getting nested in there.

For what I understand, since this 3770K already been used in a few builds, with various coolers (Water and Air), it might require a bit more force to take the PCB and IHS apart ?

I will be using Coollaboratory Liquid Pro on the die - Is the procedure to put a proper "Half a rice" ball on it and let the pressure sort it out ?

Or.

Carefully apply the Coollaboratory Liquid Pro in an even layer across the die - like they show it on their webpage (Although, that shows it being applied to the IHS).

Will be using Indigo Xtreme on the IHS - Hopefully the combination will net me a small boost smile.gif
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Sorry if this have already been answered - I been reading through ALOT of the posts that already been made, but to be honest, 4268 posts is just a tad too much.
So I just ordered The Gigabyte Z77X-UD7 along with a whole setup for the MO-RA3 (9x140mm fans) - The 3770K I been using for a few of my projects needs a proper home (Does 5.0 at 1.38V ) so its getting nested in there.
For what I understand, since this 3770K already been used in a few builds, with various coolers (Water and Air), it might require a bit more force to take the PCB and IHS apart ?
I will be using Coollaboratory Liquid Pro on the die - Is the procedure to put a proper "Half a rice" ball on it and let the pressure sort it out ?
Or.
Carefully apply the Coollaboratory Liquid Pro in an even layer across the die - like they show it on their webpage (Although, that shows it being applied to the IHS).
Will be using Indigo Xtreme on the IHS - Hopefully the combination will net me a small boost smile.gif

Deliding it should take as much force as any other chip. And no you d not use rice ball method lol, spread it evenly and thinly. If you do a good job on both you should get 20-35c drops.
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