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I have a de-lidded 3570K cleaned up and ready for tim. I want to also re-install the heat spreader with a thin layer of adhesive that can stand the heat. Any ideas on what would be best ?
I want to re-glue to have a nice solid IHS bond to avoid the inevitable 'shifting' that occurs with a loose IHS.
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I have a de-lidded 3570K cleaned up and ready for tim. I want to also re-install the heat spreader with a thin layer of adhesive that can stand the heat. Any ideas on what would be best ?
I want to re-glue to have a nice solid IHS bond to avoid the inevitable 'shifting' that occurs with a loose IHS.

I really advise against this. In 6 months to a year you are gonna want to reapply thermal paste anyway.

The only material I can even think you might want to do this with would be cool labs liquid PRO, not ultra. Alot of use around here use ultra but I hear it can dry out over time, I know I have used liquid PRO on a friends chip and it is still going strong over a year later. Maybe a year and a half.

As for a glue to use, I have no idea.
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