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So I made a video. First youtube video ever! I think it's notable for its simultaneous use of natural and artificial lighting, mesmerizing use of jump cuts, and the way it showcases my natural flair for composition. Clearly, I should direct movies. I left it a little longer for instructional purposes.

What we see, first, is that I live in a man-cave apartment. The vice is attached to the counter of my kitchen/dining alcove. Since the vice is older and has chipped lips, I put some masking tape on them to smooth them out. At first I tried to hammer away from the counter, so that the die would fall on the carpet if it did fall, but the vice would move, dissipating the energy. Next I hammered towards the counter, however the chip wasn't in tightly enough. It's hard to see, but the jaws of the vice actually moved 5mm closer to each other from the force of the hammer stroke that popped the chip out. Making it nice and tight did the trick.

The scariest part came after I cleaned the glue. I kind of dropped the IHS onto the die, the impact making a *tink* noise. I actually think I chipped a tiny tiny fragment off one side. The indentation in the IHS is not as deep as the die is high.

Clock-for-clock and volt-for-volt, it's a 20-25C reduction, but that's well documented already. In real-world terms I went from 4.6GHz and 1.332V at 95C max to 4.8GHz and 1.392V at 90C max during stability testing in Aida64. Actual use temps are about 10-15C lower then their respective maximums, naturally.

All in all, a smashing success, pun intended. Props to fnarfbargle for coming up with this thumb.gif Now if I could only figure out how to edit my sig...

EDIT: Figured the sig out. And I used CLU on die, PK1 on top. biggrin.gif

!Persistence! well done!
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Fixing to give this try tonight... I already practiced with a cheap chip, now time for my 3570k

I thought 3570k's were the cheap chips for practice wink.gif
post #423 of 1399
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I thought 3570k's were the cheap chips for practice wink.gif

For some they may be, but for me its was a e5300...tongue.gif

I've been trying to figure out if it is safe for me to use the CLU between the Ihs and my Raystorm Waterblock. I thought there was a place to find out if it is compatible or not but I am having no luck. Does anyone know if I can? I am pretty sure the block is copper.
Thanks guys, now off to cleaning the old junk off. Helluva Saturday night thumb.gif
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Don't bother using CLU between the IHS and waterblock. Just use a normal paste.

CooLaboratory Liquid Metal Pro Liquid Metal Liquid 38.35°C B+
GC Electronics Silcone Z9 10-8108 Zinc Oxide Grease Moderate 37.80°C A

I use the 2nd one because it's amazing performance for the price. Can get a huge tube of it for < $10.
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For some they may be, but for me its was a e5300...tongue.gif

I've been trying to figure out if it is safe for me to use the CLU between the Ihs and my Raystorm Waterblock. I thought there was a place to find out if it is compatible or not but I am having no luck. Does anyone know if I can? I am pretty sure the block is copper.
Thanks guys, now off to cleaning the old junk off. Helluva Saturday night thumb.gif

The raystorm is copper. I do plan to use liquid pro when i set mine up next weekend. What sport did you play? I was a lacrosse goalie in high school and college. I like your name.. I would be netminder1978 though. Maybe we played eachother i was a 4 year starter.
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The raystorm is copper. I do plan to use liquid pro when i set mine up next weekend. What sport did you play? I was a lacrosse goalie in high school and college. I like your name.. I would be netminder1978 though. Maybe we played eachother i was a 4 year starter.

Okay so I can use that on there then? The only other tim I have is some as5, some coolermaster stuff, and some xspc stuff that came with my block.

I used to play hockey, knees cant handle it anymore probably because I was a butterfly style goalie.
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Okay so I can use that on there then? The only other tim I have is some as5, some coolermaster stuff, and some xspc stuff that came with my block.

I used to play hockey, knees cant handle it anymore probably because I was a butterfly style goalie.

I believe that it is safe to do because the block is not aluminum. I have indigo extreme too which i may try as well but it is more complicated to apply as it requires you to shut the pump down and throttle your cpu for some time.
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I believe that it is safe to do because the block is not aluminum. I have indigo extreme too which i may try as well but it is more complicated to apply as it requires you to shut the pump down and throttle your cpu for some time.
IX is supposed to be better than CLU isn't it? But a much bigger pita to apply
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I like how this method is getting people to do they IVYs. So far looks like 100% rate.
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IX is supposed to be better than CLU isn't it? But a much bigger pita to apply

there was a post on one of these threads that showed CLU really staining a Cu waterblock. I think the poster was able to restore the cooler with a light metal polish - like "No.7" or something similar. Better off using a good standard TIM between the IHS and your cooler.

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