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Hey, some may even think of the adhesion as a plus! You wouldn't have to redo the TIM on the die every time you take the CPU out!

(Or do you because there is the release of pressure?)
    
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Originally Posted by Gomi View Post

Weld is a pretty strong way to describe it - But yes, it adheres .
Worst case scenario, you have to twist the heatsink off with abit of force to seperate the heatsink from the IHS.
The Liquid Pro CAN be a pain to get off though - For some its worth it, for others it is not. Go with what you feel - Using CLP *WILL* give you a temp drop.

Cool. I'm definitely using CLP between the cores and IHS when I do my delid but I'm still debating between CLP and my regular TIM (AS5) between the IHS and my waterblock.
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As someone stated above, the CLP is useful on the die because of the small surface area, but you can use what ever you want on the IHS->Cooler, because it's such a big surface area.
    
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I'm gonna order some liquid pro, I can still use my Antec Formula 7 inbetween the IHS and the Kuhler pump right? I dont want to sand my kuhler and IHS if I ever have to take it off some reason.
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I'm gonna order some liquid pro, I can still use my Antec Formula 7 inbetween the IHS and the Kuhler pump right? I dont want to sand my kuhler and IHS if I ever have to take it off some reason.

yea, its only on the die where liquid pro/ultra gives the best results,
on IHS any good tim will do smile.gif
not much difference in temps compared to liquid pro/ultra,
i did use liquid pro on all sides tho, gave me 25+C tempdrop smile.gif
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yea, its only on the die where liquid pro/ultra gives the best results,
on IHS any good tim will do smile.gif
not much difference in temps compared to liquid pro/ultra,
i did use liquid pro on all sides tho, gave me 25+C tempdrop smile.gif

Yeah, I don't know if you guys remember my situation but I have a pretty crappy chip. I think my max OC will be 4.7GHz unless I want to break that 1.52v barrier. I can run 4.7GHz at 1.51v but my temps get into the low 90s. I would like those temps to be in the high 70s low 80s. I already shaved 7C with my double Antec Formula 7 application but I think I went a little heavy on the paste. Or I could just run at 4.5GHz because I probably wont see much difference in gaming/browsing performance. I just like to tinker so it looks like my next project will be liquid pro on the die.
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I delidded my 3770K yesterday and though its the first time ever, I followed all the great tips and advice and all was successful with no damage and a fully functioning CPU at the end of it thumb.gif

I've put MX4 on the die for now and then put the IHS back on - Temperatures so far are down 10 degrees Celsius on all the cores.

I've ordered some CLP today so looking forward to getting that on the die and the temperatures going down even more.

Before, I was like 1.30V for 4.9GHz and the temperatures were hitting 100 degrees Celsius with LinX on maximum memory mode. Now playing briefly with 5.0GHz at 1.40V and getting mid 90s so great results so far and surely even better temperatures to come once I get the CLP on.
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Dude, you hava a Golden Chip there. I can only do 4.6GHz on 1.3v.
    
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Dude, you hava a Golden Chip there. I can only do 4.6GHz on 1.3v.

And i can only do that @ 1,360.
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And i can only do that @ 1,360.

Well, for me, a small (well, 100MHz) step to 4.7GHz is only stable at 1.36VCore. So an extra .06v for 100MHz.
    
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