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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Pro is better than ultra for the die. It's the closest thing you can get to actually soldering the IHS to the die like most chips. It's liquid metal.

Also, once you put the IHS back on, and the temps are good, you won't have to take it out ever again... So no need to clean. Now about the HSF, i put pro on it also, since I'm not taking my d14 from there anytime soon anyway... Like they say: " if you are winning, don't touch it!" devil-smiley-019.gif
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Originally Posted by dmanstasiu View Post

If Pro is liquid metal, then what's Ultra...
"Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra 100% Metal Thermal Interface Material"
"Coollaboratory Liquid PRO Thermal Interface Material"

It's also liquid metal, but it's a thicker mix with lower thermal conductivity.
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I was wondering as well ... what are the specific advatnages of Ultra vs pro?
If Pro is liquid metal, then what's Ultra...
"Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra 100% Metal Thermal Interface Material"
"Coollaboratory Liquid PRO Thermal Interface Material"

Well. since is a really small surface, you want the best of the best to transfer all heat to the IHS. After that you use even MX-4 on the HSF.
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So whats better to use on the die itself? Pro?
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yes
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Pro for the die. Ultra for the IHS. Ultra cleans off easier. I'm constantly taking my cooler off to move things around and I buy and sell parts like its my job. (Although no one is going to want my sorry 3570k that needs 1.53v for 4.7GHz, anyway...) You shouldn't ever have to clean and reapply to the die if you do it right.
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Pro for the die. Ultra for the IHS. Ultra cleans off easier. I'm constantly taking my cooler off to move things around and I buy and sell parts like its my job. (Although no one is going to want my sorry 3570k that needs 1.53v for 4.7GHz, anyway...) You shouldn't ever have to clean and reapply to the die if you do it right.

Don't forget, if you're going to use any of the Coollaboratory stuff on the IHS you will need to lap it if it's even the tiniest bit concave or you will get terrible temps. These TIMs just aren't good at filling in larger gaps.
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Don't forget, if you're going to use any of the Coollaboratory stuff on the IHS you will need to lap it if it's even the tiniest bit concave or you will get terrible temps. These TIMs just aren't good at filling in larger gaps.

True, I just used Antec Formula 7 nanodiamond on my IHS. Because A) I have 4 tubes of it in my drawer, and B) It cleans easy and I don't want to lap my heatspreader and I got minimal results last time I lapped the coldplate of my CLC.
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Don't forget, if you're going to use any of the Coollaboratory stuff on the IHS you will need to lap it if it's even the tiniest bit concave or you will get terrible temps. These TIMs just aren't good at filling in larger gaps.

Maybe ill just stick with the MX4
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Hey Hokies, will 5.1 @ 1.414vcore suffice for the e-peen? biggrin.gif

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