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So i used AS5 on my die and heat-sink and the temp drops on my 4.5GHz OC are less than great.

I dropped around 7C from previous 84C to 77C.

Ideas?
post #2 of 18
Check out this thread its got a chart with quite a few results using different compounds
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Originally Posted by EssArTee4 View Post

So i used AS5 on my die and heat-sink and the temp drops on my 4.5GHz OC are less than great.

I dropped around 7C from previous 84C to 77C.

Ideas?

 

I used liquid ultra on both and have fantastic results. Make sure ALL the black glue is gone too. Your avatar looks pretty clean though, assuming that's yours.

Liquid pro/ultra (get ultra IMO) is generally what people recommend here.

post #4 of 18
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Yea its mine. I will try out the Liquid Ultra.



post #5 of 18
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So i ordered the Liquid Ultra

Quck Question. When i am applying it to the die - shall i apply some to the underside of the heat-sink as well - or just on the dye itself?
post #6 of 18
I use coolabs liquid pro. I can prime small fft's at 5ghz and 1.5v on air and have a max temp in the mid 70's. I used ultra before I used pro and obtained higher temps as a result unfortunately I cannot confirm whether it was my application of the compound/mount or if pro is actually alot better. But I can confirm that I AM using liquid pro with a noctua D14 with my 3570k and I am vcore limited at this point. Can't go wrong with pro if the next time you plan to take your heatsink off is to upgrade to a different socket. I feel my system is complete until that point in time comes.
post #7 of 18
I applied to top of die, underside of internal heatsink, top of internal heatsink, and underside of external heatsink.. So yes all surfaces worked for me and I am getting phenominal temps. I can't even think of a valid reason to go with water at this point and believe me I want to more than anything...
post #8 of 18
yea, i did it the same way as chronicfx ,
more then 30C tempdrop for me, no need for water,
my aircooler is enough now ..lol
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So you apply the Liquid Ultra on the Die Itself and Well as the underside of the CPU Heat-Sink. Also the Top on the heat-sink and the CPU cooler as well?
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So you apply the Liquid Ultra on the Die Itself and Well as the underside of the CPU Heat-Sink. Also the Top on the heat-sink and the CPU cooler as well?

Yes
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