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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Did the same thing...Valgaur inspired me to do it, 'feel as if you're bending the chip'.

With me it was more that newb Valgaur did it dammit now i have to do it or i can no longer be is system advice go to guy.. lachen.gif
    
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post #902 of 33650
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Remember guys you need to use a better TIM on the IHS like IX tongue.gif like im going to review with pk 3 on the die. (I want lp but I hax no monies) I will provide the results when its all done. We got to remember lp and lu aren't the best for on the IHS they are ment for small surface area on the die mainly. Not saying you can't but just saying its not the best (or so I've heard from them directly). thumb.gif

don't even bother ordering PK-3 paste. I have it right now between IHS and cooling block and it's giving me awful temperatures, nearly 8-10C worse (higher) than with IC Diamond ... waste of time and money.
post #903 of 33650
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Originally Posted by midniteboss View Post

can someone redirect me to another post or video of someone applying the coollaboratory liquid pro on top of the die?
Thanks

check this out, Q-tip seems to work (haven't used this paste personally):
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-pro/
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I wouldn't trust those TIM roundups at all...They measure temps with Speedfan, come on tongue.gif
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I wouldn't trust those TIM roundups at all...They measure temps with Speedfan, come on tongue.gif

Maybe all the temps are at least wrong by the same amount? biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

LOL... did you make sure it worked after?
Yup in my sig atm tongue.gif actually I didn't even know if it was DOA or not since I never even turned it on before delidding it.
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Yep if your putting pressure up towards the IHS when u break thru the glue the IHS will give u some safety from hitting the core..
yes even with the pressure applied there was enough safety for the thing to not scratch.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Thats why it took me a long time to do this. I was very careful to control my force on the blade. I had quite a bit but applied it very slowly. not a single scratch on my pcb or anything for that matter. biggrin.gif
no scratches either tongue.gif but no control really... I wasn't happen with the amount of time I was spending on this and was getting hungry lol.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Remember guys you need to use a better TIM on the IHS like IX tongue.gif like im going to review with pk 3 on the die. (I want lp but I hax no monies) I will provide the results when its all done. We got to remember lp and lu aren't the best for on the IHS they are ment for small surface area on the die mainly. Not saying you can't but just saying its not the best (or so I've heard from them directly). thumb.gif

Would've given you some LP to use if you were closer lol but no way I am paying for shipping/duty/brokerage and back tongue.gif
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post #907 of 33650
Wonder how IX will stack up when used on the die...Any word on that Valgaur?
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I delidded my i5 3570k a while ago and saw around 7-8c drop. Last weekend I took a dremel buffing wheel to the cpu and IHS to clean up the left over epoxy a bit better. I also lapped the IHS which was far from flat. I even lapped the base of the IHS where it rests on the pcb a bit so that it fits tighter. That gave me a massive drop in temps. That probably netted me another 15c drop in temps on the hottest core.

I'm currently using MX-2 on the IHS and die. I'm currently using 4.7ghz. I'm not sure what a cpu-z validation proves. I'm sure that I can post at over 5ghz and post that. Hell, here I am priming at 4.9ghz at 1.4v. That failed after about an hour. I just settled for 4.7 for 24/7.

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post #909 of 33650
Looking good, but do get some Liquid Pro/Ultra paste...The TIM of true Sandy bridge buttkickers tongue.gif
post #910 of 33650
hey I have 4.9 running prime right now too. what does your go up to in temps when it gets to like at the 20 minute mark?
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