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I run mine at 1.7v 24/7 and poke at it with a stick periodically to get it really worked up!
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thanks, I just remember that running too high of voltage can be bad. But I find that at 4.8 I'm at 1.34 volts, so I think that I'll just take the very negligible performance hit for the much lower volts.

I'm happy with my new cooling loop, I'm running way too much radiators for my system, but more is better than less!
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Just stumbled across a post on the Danish "Overclock" forum.

Person used CLP on his HD6970, ran with it for about 3 months and upon re-doing his loop he wanted to redo / clean up his GPU application.

As expected, the block would not budge, so he had to twist it slightly counter-clockwise - Unfortunately his GPU looked like this when he removed the block:





Could this have been prevented by heating up the block before removal ? Probably - But this is just a small warning when removing your Block / IHS - Its fine on Block/IHS - But Block/Die and its abit trickier.

Before anyone starts flaming the poor guy, need to mention he is well-known here in Denmark for extreme cooling and as such, so its no "rookie" when it comes to alternative cooling and the adventures we go through smile.gif
Edited by Gomi - 12/23/12 at 8:27am
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wow...should i wait a few months , and see how the removal on the older cards i have
done with liquid pro also..
should send those pics to coollaboratory, ask for refund ..LOL
yea, heating up before removing helps,
gallium has a low melting point, so it should help a bit at least..
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WTH!? I can't imagine doing that.
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thanks, I just remember that running too high of voltage can be bad. But I find that at 4.8 I'm at 1.34 volts, so I think that I'll just take the very negligible performance hit for the much lower volts.
I'm happy with my new cooling loop, I'm running way too much radiators for my system, but more is better than less!

my daily vcore for 24/7 use, is 1.310V vcore..
it will last for years no problem, im sure ..lol
i can run mine on a aircooler now, upto 5.0ghz, maybe a bit higher..

so with the money i saved on buying a watercooler for this "ex-hothead",
was one of the reasons could buy my 7970 biggrin.gif
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Just stumbled across a post on the Danish "Overclock" forum.
Person used CLP on his HD6970, ran with it for about 3 months and upon re-doing his loop he wanted to redo / clean up his GPU application.
As expected, the block would not budge, so he had to twist it slightly counter-clockwise - Unfortunately his GPU looked like this when he removed the block:

Could this have been prevented by heating up the block before removal ? Probably - But this is just a small warning when removing your Block / IHS - Its fine on Block/IHS - But Block/Die and its abit trickier.
Before anyone starts flaming the poor guy, need to mention he is well-known here in Denmark for extreme cooling and as such, so its no "rookie" when it comes to alternative cooling and the adventures we go through smile.gif

OUCH. I Do have CLP on my 6970 now. But i don't plan in taking that off anytime soon... and now seeing this maybe EVER. lol
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you think i can use the pics to send to coollaboratory,
and ask how to avoid this,see what they say?
heating up before taking it apart is one,
prolly best to do it with the cpu's also,
what a nightmare if that would happen to me..lol
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Another thing to remember is that this is caused because the CLP is directly between die (GPU) and the Block - If this also translates over to CPU (Die - IHS) one would need to heat it up slightly before removing it (If that situation should ever be needed).

But as already mentioned, the melting point of CLP is really low, so a quick 30 second with a hair-dryer should do the trick smile.gif
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Well. If temps are really low means that you did a good applying CLP to the die, no need to remove it. Unless you changing to a better cpu.......Then i don't know. But the hair-dryer idiea is a smart one. smile.gif
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