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i have successfully delidded my 3570k. my question is which of the following is the best tim to use between the die and ihs.(coollaboratory products are neither available for purchase nor import..)
I have access to
cooler master thermal fusion 400, essentials e1,e2, extreme fusion X1
noctua ht-h1
deepcool z3,z5,z9
antec formula 6,7
arctic silver 5, ceramique 2
i am able to import gelid gc exteme,prolimatech pk-3, arctic mx-4
please suggest a tim with least pump out to performance ratio.. i am able to change the tim every 4-5 months if required.
(Right now using noctua as tim but apparantly is not good to use between die and ihs.)
please first choose from the tim's i have access to and then from all the tim's including the ones i can import..
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TIM comparison

MaximumPC did a showdown of several of the big names, check it out.
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so any good thermal paste will be good to go..
i see you are also delidded.. and i am sure you are using the CLU/CLP..
what good quality thermal paste do you suggest other than CLU/CLP?
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so any good thermal paste will be good to go..
i see you are also delidded.. and i am sure you are using the CLU/CLP..
what good quality thermal paste do you suggest other than CLU/CLP?

Actually, I have delidded my 3570k, but I am just using AS5 at the moment. Its not great, but its decent after the break in period. I have a bunch of water cooling parts on order, and once I have them all I will be using CLU on the die and removing the lid completely from the equation. The thermal paste itself is only a small portion of the problem with Ivy Bridge and heat. The bigger problem has been identified as the gap between the die and the lid that is caused by the black silicone seal that gets cleaned off when you delidI. So really, any "good" thermal paste will do. If you want those last few C's knocked off, then you can order some CLU, but that was not on the list of ones you have on hand, so its kind of hard to suggest it for your purposes.
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may i know what temps are you running at?
currently my temps being 66-68 core0-core3 4.3 ghz stock volt H80i.ambient being 30-31C
i am sure my layer is not thin. i will reapply .
max for my board is 4.7 ghz. though my 3570k is capable of more.
Edited by sanurocks - 9/15/13 at 10:23pm
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may i know what temps are you running at?
currently my temps being 66-68 core0-core3 4.3 ghz stock volt H80i.ambient being 30-31C
i am sure my layer is not thin. i will reapply .
max for my board is 4.7 ghz. though my 3570k is capable of more.

at 4.5 I am at 68-70 under full load. However, the aftermarket cooler I am using is only one notch above stock. Delidding and using AS5 knocked off about 15C off of delta.
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