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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

Dabbing the glue lightly with rubbing alcohol or Goo Off helps. Just takes time. I used microfiber cloth as well.

I really think the glue has different properties on certain chips I tried that on mine and it was hard as crap. I think glue batches could have been differently mixed.
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Originally Posted by IronDoq View Post

I honestly feel like I'm getting nowhere. All the rubbing and scraping with a cloth+alcohol and fingernails has gotten me nowhere. Can anyone link me to a guide perhaps? I don't really know how to go through with this.

Don't do what Custom PC's magazine article says to use...... they are nuts. they said just use a blade and cut off the remaining glue with it.... I'm still livid at that article.
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Add me to the club, folks!
OCN name: LoneWolf121188
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 300MHz
OC after delid: 50x100Mhz
Temp drops: 20C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2602174

Accepted! thumb.gif

Now slap that sick Sig on!
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Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dropped 20c..
Did an IBT 14000MB load to warm the cpu for deliding and for comparissions , take cpu out after that and it took me 2 minutes with that razor...
Most difficult part is to get that razor in one of the corners first without scratching the pcb after that everything went easy...
IBT 14000 load / Antec 620 / Prolimatech PK1 on both sides / VCore 1.27v
Before
97c
After
77c
Me gusta XD

Nice work! congrats
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Dropped 20c..
Did an IBT 14000MB load to warm the cpu for deliding and for comparissions , take cpu out after that and it took me 2 minutes with that razor...
Most difficult part is to get that razor in one of the corners first without scratching the pcb after that everything went easy...
IBT 14000 load / Antec 620 / Prolimatech PK1 on both sides / VCore 1.27v
Before
97c
After
77c
Me gusta XD

You gonna apply to be a crewmen?
post #4284 of 33641
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

Doesn't take very much pressure to mount using CL Liquid Pro which makes it great for bare die to block mounts. Low mount pressure works best with bare die mount to protect die. I use .5mm Fujipoly thermalpad around die to give some support to die and to increast thermal transfer contact area for my bare die mount.

Never done bare die to block mounting, and truth be told it scares the hell out of me (Probably because I *HATE* being clueless).

I take it you remove the original Intel socket holder / hinge system (Real name eludes me, but we both know what I am meaning). But will this not void any use of the Backplate / Mounting system that the waterblock comes with ? Meaning, and not saying its too bothersome, I have to trek downhill to the hardware store and get nuts, bolts and spacers ?
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OCN name: zGunBLADEz
CPU: I7 3770k
on die-TIM: Prolimatech PK1
ihs-TIM: Prolimatech PK1
Mhz gained: Just Wanted to drop my already overclock temps
OC after delid: Just Wanted to drop my already overclock temps
Temp drops: 20c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2602455

That?
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OCN name: zGunBLADEz
CPU: I7 3770k
on die-TIM: Prolimatech PK1
ihs-TIM: Prolimatech PK1
Mhz gained: Just Wanted to drop my already overclock temps
OC after delid: Just Wanted to drop my already overclock temps
Temp drops: 20c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2602455
That?

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I see ... well it's a common problem with corsair memory nowadays ... I personally wouldn't touch it with a 10ft pole ... running old (P67 design) mushkin sticks here, but I'd like 2x8GB @ 2400mhz from g.skill as well wink.gif just no money so I OC'ed mine to that speed, they run at 1.65-1.66v with CL10 timings, good for benchmarks, but not exactly 100% stable for daily running - give me 1-2 erros in memtest over night in test 7 always ...

Corsair started binning thier mid range kits pretty tight, they just don't OC that great. Thier high end kits still do well but the high end kits are expensive...
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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!

This, decent PSC kits may only be 2 x 2Gb but that is enough for most usage (great for all benchmarks), & can be cheap. I have a $40 (used) kit that does 2400Mhz 9-11-9, even the cheap samsung can't match that.
    
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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

It can be harder from being mounted before from what I've heard.. If anyone is willing to ship me a new 3570k i'd be happy to test that though biggrin.gif
As for application, here is how they suggest to do it, it's how I plan to do it. thumb.gif
 
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Never done bare die to block mounting, and truth be told it scares the hell out of me (Probably because I *HATE* being clueless).
But will this not void any use of the Backplate / Mounting system that the waterblock comes with ?

I was just giving out some extra information about using CL Liquid Pro for a bare die mount which does require more preparation and you do have to be very careful with the mount. I have DT Sniper Water block which is very light weight but works well. You have to be very careful if you choose to do a bare die mount. PM me if you have questions. I don't want people to get over their heads right of the bat doing a delid.


I replaced my stock S1155 back plate and water block heat sink back plate with a single back plate that works for my water block mount and the S1155 back plate. EK S115X TRUE back plate.

Some photos of my bare die mount.



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Never done bare die to block mounting, and truth be told it scares the hell out of me (Probably because I *HATE* being clueless).
I take it you remove the original Intel socket holder / hinge system (Real name eludes me, but we both know what I am meaning). But will this not void any use of the Backplate / Mounting system that the waterblock comes with ? Meaning, and not saying its too bothersome, I have to trek downhill to the hardware store and get nuts, bolts and spacers ?

Most of us don't go for the bare die setup, we just insert the IHS after you have put your choice of TIM on the die and pull the lever down to lock the CPU in place.
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