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Hey Guys, Probably a noob question but, If Liquid Pro is so rediculously awesome for the die.

Why would it not be significantly better than arctic silver for the heat sink as well?

With clp you need smaller places and with some HS it can mess with the metal and erode it really badly. As in shread the metal slowly apart.
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Hey Guys, Probably a noob question but, If Liquid Pro is so rediculously awesome for the die.

Why would it not be significantly better than arctic silver for the heat sink as well?

With clp you need smaller places and with some HS it can mess with the metal and erode it really badly. As in shread the metal slowly apart.
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yea, with the backlight etc, i think it looks really cool, no wonder a 15year old loves it ..lol
and you can adjust about everything, only thing he said, he had to get used to the layout/dimensions, with all the G buttons on the left site,
and now, if hes here, hes having a hard time using my normal keyboard again ..lol

Yeah pretty much! I'm used to it now! But I rarely use the G-Keys.. Rarely! tongue.gif
 
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yes on die and ihs alright solved the problem on the plate but the temps are very similar maybe i used to much paste... not seeing any other option here.. Although i just put a drop and spread it...
Weird thing is i have the temps like this: 51/53/68/53 its just that one core that is being stupid

yeah, you have to apply very little.. too much will not work as good. must be a very very thin layer on both sides... trust me, looks is not not enough, but it will work...If you put too much, you can use the syringe to suck up the excess.
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Originally Posted by Kolt21 View Post

I have a core that is always 5-10c ahead of my other cores... I wonder if mine is bent like that too.

How do you fix it? o_O

no worries, your tempdifference between cores is "normal",
but 15C and higher is not good..only for un delidded ivy's thats "normal"...lol not all the time tho,
if a ihs is concave, or base plate cooler, you can lap it, i made a post about it a while ago, its on page 1 too smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/1320#post_18421749
yea, i know, its hard to find in there .....lol ( Val wink.gif )

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Originally Posted by Kolt21 View Post

Hey Guys, Probably a noob question but, If Liquid Pro is so rediculously awesome for the die.

Why would it not be significantly better than arctic silver for the heat sink as well?

because of the bigger heat dispersion area,
then it dont matter much how high the w/mk is,
the die is alot smaller, thats where the high w/mk of liquid pro kicks in..better heat transfer then other tim's

well, exceptions there will always be i guess..( looks at CyGnus smile.gif )
pff, i hate when i cant solve problems.. wish CyGnus computer was here,
so i can take a good look at it all, its hard to determine whats up sometimes with only this line of communication ...
Edited by VonDutch - 1/14/13 at 5:38am
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Can Prime 95 Small FTT's be used for joining the club?

I already did a 26 hour prime small ftt on my 4.7ghz 1.3v overclock.

Not really in the mood to download intel burn test but will if need be.

Also, Im trying to gather as much information as possible since ******* up is not an option for me.

So the IHS just floats ontop of the cpu when you are done? held only by the plate that holds the cpu in?

That brings me a terrifying thought, what if it isnt sitting exactly where it was before when you are done? o_O

Also if Liquid Pro Slides during this process, will it cause higher temps than if it didnt slide?

Im sincerely hoping that all of these "oops destroyed my i7 3770k trying to delid" posts on the net are from people who unknowingly fail at using a razorblade.

There is a high volume of oh **** dont try it youll slice the cpu in half. Then at the same time people saying, hey my kids can do it without a scratch.

my intuition tells me it is razorblade fail. I know someone who is great at alot of things tech wise but if you hand him something small that needs a delicate touch he will break it into a million pieces every single time with a dumbfounded look on his face, then say something like... this isnt easy at all.


I am so damn afraid of scratching the thing that I am sure it will take me 16 hours to delid it. I can see myself now. moving a half a cm at a time with no pressure at all. maybey the friction will melt it off.. rofl lachen.gif

This is because if i **** it up I am going to have to rob a local 7-11. lol
Edited by Kolt21 - 1/14/13 at 6:00am
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Fixed guess it as too much CLP on DIE reaplied everything and the results are more then good
Here is a quick pic of the temps (before one of the cores was around 70ºc just one)

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Can Prime 95 Small FTT's be used for joining the club?

I already did a 26 hour prime small ftt on my 4.7ghz 1.3v overclock.

Not really in the mood to download intel burn test but will if need be.

Nope your good with prime 95 stuff. Just make sure everything is the same mainly.

We just like to have a comparison for our viewers.
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Fixed guess it as too much CLP on DIE reaplied everything and the results are more then good
Here is a quick pic of the temps (before one of the cores was around 70ºc just one)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

im glad now biggrin.gif cool man thumb.gif

edit,
dang, now you have better temps then me at 4.7ghz tongue.gif
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Lol, well guess it turn out alright, i am very pleased with the results and got a bonus fixed the retention plate hehe. biggrin.gif will put some of this stuff on the 7870
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