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so judging by those values theres a distinct limitation on the actual silicon die. used a lot of different kinds of paste (TX-4,MX-4,..ect)
theres barely any temp drop. but i still like the liquid ultra.

well, one thing we do know, liquid pro/ultra still beats other tim's, when used on the die smile.gif
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not worth it, so without using his method, it takes 5 to 20 minutes to remove the ihs,
and now we know it can go wrong too using the remover, still gonna do my experiment with it tho ..lol
i was looking for a way to take the ihs off without using a blade see..

edit
just to make you guys a bit jealous..lol
my temps without opening my frontdoor this morning, -5C outside smile.gif

5 to 20 minutes to remove the IHS?!?! Or do you mean scraping all the glue off too? It takes me much less than that but I kinda boss through it. Go big or go home!
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Finally got a response from Coollabs...
I knew the figures that people kept quoting were not correct and now we have confirmation (from the CEO no less)

Nice
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well, one thing we do know, liquid pro/ultra still beats other tim's, when used on the die smile.gif

This is still true.
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5 to 20 minutes to remove the IHS?!?! Or do you mean scraping all the glue off too? It takes me much less than that but I kinda boss through it. Go big or go home!

im talking about the averages that peeps need, some take longer, some are very fast , like you wink.gif
i did it in 10-15min including cleaning the adhesive etc..
but..does it really matter howlong someone takes to get the ihs off?
its not a race who is the fastest...lol, its more important that all goes well..right ? biggrin.gif
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im talking about the averages that peeps need, some take longer, some are very fast , like you wink.gif
i did it in 10-15min including cleaning the adhesive etc..
but..does it really matter howlong someone takes to get the ihs off?
its not a race who is the fastest...lol, its more important that all goes well..right ? biggrin.gif

No, everything is a competition when you're a man! Me and the kids race to see who can get in the car and get the seat-belts on fastest. At work we pick equal sizes on a section of a roof and see who can plywood it the fastest. In reality we should probably be more concerned with safety, but "F" that, the loser has to buy lunch!
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No, everything is a competition when you're a man! Me and the kids race to see who can get in the car and get the seat-belts on fastest. At work we pick equal sizes on a section of a roof and see who can plywood it the fastest. In reality we should probably be more concerned with safety, but "F" that, the loser has to buy lunch!

yea, youre a real man if you race with your little kids to the car, to see whos fastest lachen.gif


just messing with ya stickg1 wink.gif
anyways,
i have to get my power supply out of my computer,
the new one will arrive within the hour,
my kiddo is here, and wants to take it with him to build it into his..kids.. rolleyes.gif impatient ...LOL
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yea, youre a real man if you race with your little kids to the car, to see whos fastest lachen.gif

It was actually a tactical move because my kids just love to screw around. They'll do everything BUT get in the car and get buckled up. They wander around the front yard "Hey whose cat is this, What's that thing? Why's this tree here?" and I'm like "GAAAHHHH GET IN THE CAR!!", so ever since I made the seat-belt race we don't have that problem. But now if I lose I have to listen to them sing about how I'm a princess fairy.
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you need to do it like this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFhbqiFh9Us
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3N3D1zaeJoU

I initially used the q tip to apply the liquid pro to the die but then I was worried some of the small fibers from the tip would get mixed in with the die.

Anyone else got any ideas how we should apply this liquid pro to the die?
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Im gonna use a nail polish brush, the wife has plenty of that crap anyways.

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Finally got a response from Coollabs...
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The heat conductivity value for Liquid Pro is 32,6 w/mk and for Liquid Ultra is 38,4 w/mk.

I knew the figures that people kept quoting were not correct and now we have confirmation (from the CEO no less)

Cool. Both are very close and both do a great job. And the 1-3C diff most people find is within the typical window of difference. Especially when it is only done in an ad-hoc comparison way when switching between the two. Thanks for the effort to look into it!

BTY, I'm an Ultra man myself. I bought one Ultra, then a PRO to try, and when I reordered I bought two more Ultras as I liked it better than PRO. But others like PRO better which is fine as they both do a great job in this application. More systematic testing would be good to verify everything, but I expect them to be very close with no bad choice between them.
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Cool. Both are very close and both do a great job. And the 1-3C diff most people find is within the typical window of difference. Especially when it is only done in an ad-hoc comparison way when switching between the two. Thanks for the effort to look into it!

BTY, I'm an Ultra man myself. I bought one Ultra, then a PRO to try, and when I reordered I bought two more Ultras as I liked it better than PRO. But others like PRO better which is fine as they both do a great job in this application. More systematic testing would be good to verify everything, but I expect them to be very close with no bad choice between them.

I agree 100%
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