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ok guys, thanks then I will do it
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So my birthday is right around the corner and I've been tossing up the idea of getting an asus zenbook. The new gen one has a Skylake i7 and nvidia gt940 processor in it. Judging by the temps I believe I'd definitely try some CLU on the chips. Anyone run CLU or CLP in a laptop?
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HOLY COW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thumb.gifspecool.gifheadphone.gifyessir.gifteaching.gifband.gif

This stuff is AMAZING!!!

I thought my H60 needed to be drained and cleaned...Guess not. Just bad thermal paste. I used PK-2. I'll get pictures up later but check it out





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but why some people say that coollaboratory is not good to use between the Heatsind and the cpu?? that is more to use in a delidded cpu to use directly on the DIE and the IHS of the chip??
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but why some people say that coollaboratory is not good to use between the Heatsind and the cpu?? that is more to use in a delidded cpu to use directly on the DIE and the IHS of the chip??
Because it dries up when exposed to copper. If you have a lapped CPU and a copper heatsink it can cause them to fuse. I ended up with broken pins on my 8320E trying to get it out.

Even without fusion because you have a nickle heatspreader on the CPU you will still end up with a dried mess on a copper sink.
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Because it dries up when exposed to copper. If you have a lapped CPU and a copper heatsink it can cause them to fuse. I ended up with broken pins on my 8320E trying to get it out.

Even without fusion because you have a nickle heatspreader on the CPU you will still end up with a dried mess on a copper sink.


ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

ok, now that no one explained before, then is a good tip to have in mind, and I was just about to order some collaboratory paste
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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

ok, now that no one explained before, then is a good tip to have in mind, and I was just about to order some collaboratory paste
It doesn't seem to fuse to nickle (although I didn't have it on my unlapped CPU for a long time to be certain) so if you have your nickle heatspreader and a nickle-plated sink it may not be an issue.
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Because it dries up when exposed to copper. If you have a lapped CPU and a copper heatsink it can cause them to fuse. I ended up with broken pins on my 8320E trying to get it out.

Even without fusion because you have a nickle heatspreader on the CPU you will still end up with a dried mess on a copper sink.

Sounds like something wrong there, I haven't had that issue ever and my CPU is lapped and block is copper aswell.
They have always come apart with just one finger really.
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Sounds like something wrong there, I haven't had that issue ever and my CPU is lapped and block is copper aswell.
They have always come apart with just one finger really.
Things go wrong for quite a few people.
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Either my ambient temps dropped...which could be the case, cold front came through and I had my windows open but the house temp said the same, but my max temp is now another 3-4C lower. I'm now maxing around 56C with my CPU @ 4.5Ghz. I think when I get back from vaca I'll add another 70-80mm fan to the VRM heatsink on my motherboard and go for 4.6GHz since the CPU is so darn cool now...thumb.gif
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