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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Thanks a lot for the response.
My my, that's a lot of spreading.

-Die only - within IHS die "print"
-Then top of IHS spread, and then bottom of cooler spread.

That's what I understand from CLP - it is a spreading type thing, rather than dot/line symbol.

yes, its a spreading type thingy ..lol biggrin.gif

its upto you really,
others only applied it on die, and ihs,
or die only, and used another tim on the ihs..
i thought my way works well, thats all..

the spreading isnt a 1 hour job , took me just a few minutes to apply it all,
i used the Q-tip that came with the package,
and 1 time i tried with the needle from the seringe, worked,
i read thats one way of applying too(coollabs)
and 1 time using a chirurg glove, worked also

i tried different ways of applying see, to find out what works , and what not smile.gif
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yes, its a spreading type thingy ..lol biggrin.gif

its upto you really,
others only applied it on die, and ihs,
or die only, and used another tim on the ihs..
i thought my way works well, thats all..

the spreading isnt a 1 hour job , took me just a few minutes to apply it all,
i used the Q-tip that came with the package,
and 1 time i tried with the needle from the seringe, worked,
i read thats one way of applying too(coollabs)
and 1 time using a chirurg glove, worked also

i tried different ways of applying see, to find out what works , and what not smile.gif

I find it interesting, and makes me curious, as to why people would use a different one for the top bit of the IHS?
If anyone has done this, could they say why biggrin.gif?
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I find it interesting, and makes me curious, as to why people would use a different one for the top bit of the IHS?
If anyone has done this, could they say why biggrin.gif?

I did for experimentation and testing.
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I find it interesting, and makes me curious, as to why people would use a different one for the top bit of the IHS?
If anyone has done this, could they say why biggrin.gif?

Maybe because they accept that Liquid Pro is the best thing to use on the die but still think that their particular thermal paste is more thermally conductive on top.

i.e., they believe their thermal paste is superior.
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Well i got a new find managed to get 2400MHz out of the samsung green, i only could get it stable at 2133/2200 but after delidding the CPU they run just fine so maybe the temp drops help a lot the IMC.

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Maybe because they accept that Liquid Pro is the best thing to use on the die but still think that their particular thermal paste is more thermally conductive on top.

i.e., they believe their thermal paste is superior.

Nope. not at all actually. Finally on my computer for once.

Anyways we use TIM instead from the purpose that CLP is already doing for us on the DIE some see results others don't from on IHS applications of either CLP or TIM. this is due in part from the fact that CLP is much better thermally for smaller areas ie. the die of the i7 or i5 you have. So with the IHS we get really good TIM for myself I use Indigo Xtreme and have been testing it and man this stuff is awesome. I really like it. great thermal conductivity and perfect contact every time with the IHS and the Heat Sink or HS.

A lot of people if you look on page one just use the CLP or CLU everywhere lol. but others wanted to see their results and a lot are pretty darn close to each other mainly. This is also due to the fact that the IHS is serving a better purpose than just re distributing pressure over the PCB instead of just the CPU's die. The IHS is for a better distribution of heat from the die to make the heat easier to transfer to the HS and you don't need amazing TIM like CLP or CLU because it is already doing it's purpose moving the heat form the die to the IHS or better explaining this will be explaining the IHS itself. IHS = Integrated Heat Spreader. So normal mid to high range TIM do the job very well.

Hope that better explains things for you. thumb.giftongue.gif
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well, and i decided to start running my 4.8ghz oc again today, will run it for a while to see how it goes,
this is my 24H prime stable oc @ 1.420V vcore

nice one CyGnus, so i run into a problem i forgot about with my ram,
running at 4.8ghz, i cant use xmp profile with it..tried, didnt boot..without xmp, no problem..

i do use offset with this, using 0.160V offset,( i thought is was to much offset for a while tho? )
i upped ram voltage to 1.55V, its rated 1.5V,
should i up it to 1.6V, and see if it runs with xmp then? no harm if i do?

also, i have a, "internal cpu pll overvoltage", i never really used it before, is it any good to use with ocing?
what could it help if i enable it..
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That internal PLL helps a lot high ram speeds above 2133mhz to be stable
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Maybe because they accept that Liquid Pro is the best thing to use on the die but still think that their particular thermal paste is more thermally conductive on top.

i.e., they believe their thermal paste is superior.


No....

ICLLP is best that I have used and I use it only between die and block. I don't use the IHS. Reason why people don't use it on top of IHS is because it is very difficult to clean off and when you do clean it of you need to use a scouring pad and it will scratch off markings on top of die. The other reason people don't use it on top is because the heat sink surface has to be pure copper if not it will eat through the block. Another reason people don't use it is because you have to have perfectly flat surfaces in contact with very thin coat of CLLP for it to work right. Seems like most IHS covers and blocks are not perfectly flat and the contact suffers because of that.
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Has anyone done a direct to die mount with a Swiftech Apogee HD?
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