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Just use Indigoo Extreme TIM, that's as close as you're gonna get to having it soldered. thumb.gif


I've been seriously considering doing just that when I put my rig fully underwater. Looks like its a bit twitchy to get installed right, but shouldn't be impossible. Overkill? Ya, but then when hasn't that been a good idea?
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I don't personally worry too much about TIM. Hell, Ceramique works absolutely fine for me and its only like $5 and always available right down the road at Radio Shack (its what I used on Jedi Apprentice). For Night Fury I ordered up some MX-4 and have been totally satisfied with both. Hell, I still think AS-5 is fine...
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I've been seriously considering doing just that when I put my rig fully underwater. Looks like its a bit twitchy to get installed right, but shouldn't be impossible. Overkill? Ya, but then when hasn't that been a good idea?

Looks easy enough, I was too impatient to install it last time I had my rig apart. My block came with 2 applications, but what I was seriously impressed with was the indigo cleaner. Stupid me left the cap open and my sample evaporated :-(.

Ordered a new bottle and is just OP for cleaning. I will definitely get the Indigo Extreme installed, next time I open my loop. Just like Eric said, temps are not a problem and my Artic Silver 7 has been working great.
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Lol, I thought you were serious for a fraction of a second Szeged! Was totally thinking doh.gif there! thumb.gif


its how i got my 4770ks so good tongue.gif delid then just solder the waterblock directly to the die! duhhhh biggrin.gif
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What do you think a regular Titan sells for now?
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id say around $650 to $700 with the recent announcement of 780 and 780ti getting 6gb of vram, i know compute power etc etc but the majority of people will never ever use that.
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I find it very strange that you would remove a soldered on IHS...if it had paste like the Ivy and Haswell would do it in a second. I personally think a soldered on IHS increases surface area on the die from the small amount that spills a little tiny bit over the edge of the CPU silicone itself thus pulling heat from the side of the CPU die along with the surface.

If I am wrong and delidding you soldered on IHS gives you better temps by all means please enlighten me. I am curious to know if your temps are the same as before, better or worse then with the IHS on.

I am very curious to know if my theory is correct about the fluxless soldered on IHS is better then direct contact to the die itself.

Good luck!thumb.gif

Hi, I readed some articles and yes somebody said the IHS was helping spreading heat.
To me it sounds strange, heat should spread in the Copper WB even better.

As soon as I have the motherboard I will try it. It unlickily be another motherboard.

I did it because To be stable over 4,I had to raise vcore over 1.46. At this voltage got temps with cpu running at full reaching 65 degrees
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I've been seriously considering doing just that when I put my rig fully underwater. Looks like its a bit twitchy to get installed right, but shouldn't be impossible. Overkill? Ya, but then when hasn't that been a good idea?

I'm not sure if it has made its way into the directions or not, but it is HIGHLY recommended to NOT turn your pump on after reflow. From what I understand, it works best if you just turn off your system then let it sit for 30 minutes. People have reported that it helps it flow more evenly, & every bit helps when you are dealing with a 15$ an application product.
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Looks easy enough, I was too impatient to install it last time I had my rig apart. My block came with 2 applications, but what I was seriously impressed with was the indigo cleaner. Stupid me left the cap open and my sample evaporated :-(.

Ordered a new bottle and is just OP for cleaning. I will definitely get the Indigo Extreme installed, next time I open my loop. Just like Eric said, temps are not a problem and my Artic Silver 7 has been working great.

Xtreme clean is crazy. It will start to boil If I leave the cap off of my large bottle for too long.
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I'm not sure if it has made its way into the directions or not, but it is HIGHLY recommended to NOT turn your pump on after reflow. From what I understand, it works best if you just turn off your system then let it sit for 30 minutes. People have reported that it helps it flow more evenly, & every bit helps when you are dealing with a 15$ an application product.

Yep, I believe it has made it in from what I recall reading. Makes sense, since you don't want to induce thermal shock in the material, which might be the reason why you read about failed installs.
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I have like 4-5 LGA115x sheets left over from my experiments. I must have spent 100$ on that stuff.
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