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ok i wasnt sure if this stuff really would work - but it does !!!! i used the Pro version - and it did drop my temps 30 C on load - i am not at 4.7 1.35V and i have my antec cooler on quiet with the fans -
its running about 1100 rpm i have my case fans half way - a nice quiet case - and under full load using OCCT - i get 71C max

compared to 98 C and 105C before - i used the CLP on the die and AS5 on the cooler - finally i have a fast and quiet computer - i didnt think this would work but it does

i will do this to every new chip i get - why waste time - just buy the chip - delid it and use CLP or Ultra what ever - and install -

idle temps are a little better - but its the load temps - amazing - worth the trouble - and it wasnt that bad to delid it also -
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i mean i am at 4.7 1.35V smile.gif
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My temps have never dropped, still staying too high during stress testing and I don't trust who says they're fine, I want them lower, but I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Will be re-applying the CLU in a few days, will report back with pics of the result so you guys can tell me how it is
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My temps have never dropped, still staying too high during stress testing and I don't trust who says they're fine, I want them lower, but I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Will be re-applying the CLU in a few days, will report back with pics of the result so you guys can tell me how it is


Something is off - first clean it well - apply a little and use a Qtip to cover it nicely - mines was like a mirror finish more or less and i added enough to make contact with the Lid when put back on - but not alot overall -

i then use AS5 on top of the LID and mounted my cooler - bolted it down and that was it -

the moment i turned my system on after i did this - i was at 4.5 and 1.275V - - under load max core temps were low 60's with my cooler fan on quiet and case fans also -

i then went back to where i always was before at 4.7 and 1.35V - under full load - max temps 73C - thats in a very hot room - my apt is very hot - i am in my shorts now with window open - thats how warm it is in my room - my computer sits under my desk in the holder off the floor -

its not the ideal spot for air flow - i was concerned that doing this wont do much because of my warm room and lack of air flow where i keep my computer - but it dosnt even break a sweat -

the cooler i am using is new - coming from a RMA - i got the antec 950 - i had to RMA my 920 pump was going bad -

but before i put the CLP - my temps were not much better then i had before with the 920 - after the CLP - during idle - its not a big difference - but under load - its GREAT - i would do this to every chip i get from now on - why even wait - buy it - delid it and CLP - and install -

that way you only do it once smile.gif try it again - i am sure something was off - either the mount - or the cooler is bad ? or you didnt put enough to make contact to the LID maybe -

i am doing some bluray videos convert and my lowest temp is 62C and highest is 68C - load is about 97 % - to 100% back and forth - but no lower than 97% - my room is hot - my window is open but not much air flow going on right now here -
Edited by expresso - 12/15/14 at 7:42pm
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prime95 1hour small fft's, 81c temp at 4.8ghz 1.35v. any good?

CLU under IHS, pk-3 on top and NH-D14 at full speed. im feeling this is a little high.
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yeah i think your fine - if you got 4.8 stable at those volts thats great - i was unable to keep mines stable at 4.8 - it ran for a while but then crashed OCCT - i left it alone - i dont see the use of trying to get stable if i have to raise the volts over 1.4v - i havnt tried it - but even if i got it stable - its not worth it to me -

but if you got yours going good at those volts - i say thats great and keep it - 81C isnt bad - if thats the max it hits
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Something is off - first clean it well - apply a little and use a Qtip to cover it nicely - mines was like a mirror finish more or less and i added enough to make contact with the Lid when put back on - but not alot overall -

i then use AS5 on top of the LID and mounted my cooler - bolted it down and that was it -

the moment i turned my system on after i did this - i was at 4.5 and 1.275V - - under load max core temps were low 60's with my cooler fan on quiet and case fans also -

i then went back to where i always was before at 4.7 and 1.35V - under full load - max temps 73C - thats in a very hot room - my apt is very hot - i am in my shorts now with window open - thats how warm it is in my room - my computer sits under my desk in the holder off the floor -

its not the ideal spot for air flow - i was concerned that doing this wont do much because of my warm room and lack of air flow where i keep my computer - but it dosnt even break a sweat -

the cooler i am using is new - coming from a RMA - i got the antec 950 - i had to RMA my 920 pump was going bad -

but before i put the CLP - my temps were not much better then i had before with the 920 - after the CLP - during idle - its not a big difference - but under load - its GREAT - i would do this to every chip i get from now on - why even wait - buy it - delid it and CLP - and install -

that way you only do it once smile.gif try it again - i am sure something was off - either the mount - or the cooler is bad ? or you didnt put enough to make contact to the LID maybe -

i am doing some bluray videos convert and my lowest temp is 62C and highest is 68C - load is about 97 % - to 100% back and forth - but no lower than 97% - my room is hot - my window is open but not much air flow going on right now here -



Is there any way I can make sure the CLU makes contact with the IHS inner surface?
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i dont know - i read that somewhere else where it got hot instead of cooler and someone answered that most likely didnt make good contact or any - i guess first check that your cooler is working correctly - clean everything good - remove it again - clean it up - add it again nicely even

oh what you can try is -- add it and put the top on hold it down for a moment - then take it off and look at it - see if its making contact on both the die and under the cover - then you know - clean it again and re apply same way and install -

then its the cooler - make sure its working and mounted correctly - i used AS 5 - i guess any kind will be fine since its really the CLP that will bring down the temps the most -

hope this works
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Is there any way I can make sure the CLU makes contact with the IHS inner surface?

The only thing you need to do is carefully and completely remove any rest of the black glue that originally held the IHS in place. The IHS actually naturally touches and rests on the surface of the die, not on the PCB. There's no gap to fill after delidding, the gap is only on the original CPU!

This should be explained somewhere in the first post of the delidding club, so that's where you can go to check. If you want to prove this for yourself, what you can do is test that the IHS can smoothly rotate on top of the CPU without scratching on the PCB. It's smooth like that because it's basically floating on top of that perfectly even glass surface of the die.
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