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I've had Liquid Ultra on my 3770K for over 12 months and temps are as good as ever. I've had no reason to remove it.

I also had Ultra on my test bench for about 8 months with a H100i. I changed CPUs a number of times and while it did stain the water block it had no effect on temps.
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It will stain, but it will not damage or permanently effect anything unless you ignore all warnings and use with aluminum(big no-no). If it really bothers you then you can buff or wetsand it off and start fresh again if you every remove your block.

It is especially good for extreme cooling users, since it freezes back into a metal at 8c forming a near perfect thermal bond.
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haha I used liquid pro on my asus 770 dc ii even though it has aluminum between the copper pipes. I knew it would mess up the aluminum but wanted a real apples vs apples and gpu load gaming seems more consistent that a cpu load. Well temps dropped 3c over antec formula 7, but just 3hrs of it being on there already blackened the aluminum and made it bubble lol. I cleaned it off, reinstalled and did some gaming, temps ok/normal. Next day temps were up 8c so I removed and found out it wasnt done eating the aluminum. Had to clean it off again, a few days later temps are still good as ever. Pretty crazy though.

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haha I used liquid pro on my asus 770 dc ii even though it has aluminum between the copper pipes. I knew it would mess up the aluminum but wanted a real apples vs apples and gpu load gaming seems more consistent that a cpu load. Well temps dropped 3c over antec formula 7, but just 3hrs of it being on there already blackened the aluminum and made it bubble lol. I cleaned it off, reinstalled and did some gaming, temps ok/normal. Next day temps were up 8c so I removed and found out it wasnt done eating the aluminum. Had to clean it off again, a few days later temps are still good as ever. Pretty crazy though.

But you're not using CLP anymore, right?
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But you're not using CLP anymore, right?

No way I'm back to the antec Tim smile.gif its only on my CPU right now.
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No way I'm back to the antec Tim smile.gif its only on my CPU right now.
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After typing the concerns I questioned myself and if I really wouldn't use it. Even if it was causing a small amount of damage. Hmm the best tim and at least 1 degree cooler.. yeah it went right on 30 seconds after posting wink.gif
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so the consensus is that CLU doesn't age/degrade over time?
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