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yeppers smile.gif
Coollaboratory 1 jaar geleden
We chose some cotton bud which are fiber-free that no fibers get on the surfaces.
The temperature difference depends on the surfaces, the apply and other conditions. Please have a look to our website, there you will find some reviews regarding the performance of Liquid Pro.
Coollaboratory 2 jaar geleden
We have especially chosen a cotton bud for the package, which is nearly lint-free.
We also recommend to use just one side of the cotton bud, as you see in the video at 3:00.
That will assume the risk of getting cotton fibers on the surface and it also will guaratee a short consumption.


Can something like this be used?

http://www.foamtecintlwcc.com/products/swabs/microfiber-swabs/

 
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Can something like this be used?
http://www.foamtecintlwcc.com/products/swabs/microfiber-swabs/

they look good to me, cant find info about what they cost tho,
and where to buy them..
till now i just used the Q-tips that where in the liquid pro package,

last time i used one of these to spread liquid pro, just to try and see how it works,
very easy to do it that way..

but they have to be powderfree etc..a box with 10 cost me less then 1 euro ..lol

paintbrush is another option,

liquid ultra package has them also


liquid pro only has Q-tips in it..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/7/13 at 7:31am
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they look good to me, cant find info about what they cost tho,
and where to buy them..
till now i just used the Q-tips that where in the liquid pro package,
last time i used one of these to spread liquid pro, just to try and see how it works,
very easy to do it that way..

but they have to be powderfree etc..a box with 10 cost me less then 1 euro ..lol
paintbrush is another option,

liquid ultra package has them also

liquid pro only has Q-tips in it..

So Liquid Ultra is, Liquid Pro, plus these accessories?
 
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So Liquid Ultra is, Liquid Pro, plus these accessories?

yep, liquid pro package contains this, and a seringe Liquid Pro of course smile.gif

The bundle includes rough porous pad, damp napkin and two Q-tips for removing the liquid metal from surfaces

there is a difference between pro and ultra,
ultra is the follow up, the new pro so to speak,
its easier to apply, when you have bigger gaps to fill, ultra is the better choice,
but that i only know since yesterday ..lol,

i thought there was another difference, the w/mk, ultra 32-38w/mk, pro 82w/mk,
someone in the delidded thread asked me about that, said he couldnt find real proof
about the Ultra w/mk and difference between the 2, so ultra could have another w/mk rating,
i contacted coollaboratory yesterday, to ask what the exact w/mk is, for both ultra and pro,
have to wait for respons..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/7/13 at 8:15am
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yep, liquid pro package contains this, and a seringe Liquid Pro of course smile.gif

The bundle includes rough porous pad, damp napkin and two Q-tips for removing the liquid metal from surfaces
there is a difference between pro and ultra,
ultra is the follow up, the new pro so to speak,
its easier to apply, when you have bigger gaps to fill, ultra is the better choice,
but that i only know since yesterday ..lol,
i thought there was another difference, the w/mk, ultra 32-38w/mk, pro 82w/mk,
someone in the delidded thread asked me about that, said he couldnt find real proof
about the Ultra w/mk and difference between the 2, so ultra could have another w/mk rating,
i contacted coollaboratory yesterday, to ask what the exact w/mk is, for both ultra and pro,
have to wait for respons..

Thanks a bunch, very helpful. Also is this safe to use on GPU's?
 
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Thanks a bunch, very helpful. Also is this safe to use on GPU's?


i think it is smile.gif

till now i did 3 gpu's, a 4770, 5770 and a 6850,
all of them had about 10C tempdrop using liquid pro,
still have to do my 7970 with it



i think the 5770 had the biggest tempdrop, when we took it apart, it was very dirty,

was a weekend project with my kiddos, 14 and 15 years old smile.gif

we also delidded some old pentiums that weekend, well they did..lol, and nothing went wrong with that,
we did more then 5..no scratches anywhere biggrin.gif

but thats another story ..haha...sorry..
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i think it is smile.gif
till now i did 3 gpu's, a 4770, 5770 and a 6850,
all of them had about 10C tempdrop using liquid pro,
still have to do my 7970 with it

i think the 5770 had the biggest tempdrop, when we took it apart, it was very dirty,

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we also delidded some old pentiums that weekend, well they did..lol, and nothing went wrong with that,
we did more then 5..no scratches anywhere biggrin.gif

but thats another story ..haha...sorry..


Yeah I'm going to grab me some of this..... thumb.gif
 
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