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It's not a number we publicly share at this time.

Boo frown.gif when will you be sharing it and what about cpu serial numbers? Any correlation between batch numbers?
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Boo frown.gif when will you be sharing it and what about cpu serial numbers? Any correlation between batch numbers?

We will never post CPU serial numbers, and L639Fs seem to be slightly above average as a whole.
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We will never post CPU serial numbers, and L639Fs seem to be slightly above average as a whole.

Understandable. Still considering to buy retail or not since there's a good chance I can hit 5Ghz. Since I'll be in the US soon that'll save me on shipping and delidding as opposed to having to do that myself.
post #184 of 196

ZEN

 

Maybe some more Delid options perhaps an alternative paste?

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ZEN

Maybe some more Delid options perhaps an alternative paste?

He already said he was doing zen.
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I would like to know if things can be done to make the IHS more level after reapplying or is it already level?

Ever try to use Heat-Spring underneath? I doubt it would work well or be too much work to do right but who knows.


Feel free to PM me and talk to me about this. I have messed around a lot of laptops and trying to get them to be level and ran into many issues so i have some experience with this. I also worked a lot with the pressure paper and there are inherent issues with how the paper works in getting reliable data.
Edited by HOPELESSLYFAITH - 2/2/17 at 8:17am
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Is it possible to delid Ryzen? I'd love to see that!
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Is it possible to delid Ryzen? I'd love to see that!
https://www.techpowerup.com/231401/you-really-shouldnt-delid-amds-ryzen-7-cpus

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I'm both happy and disappointed now. lol. rolleyes.gif
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Are there any other enthusiast services missing in the community? Is there something we do now that could be done better? I've toyed with the idea of painting components such as motherboards after seeing beautiful results from members here.

Throw us any ideas or suggestions.

Yes can you offer a service that will utilize a thermal paste of the customers choosing ( like Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut thermal paste) that we can purchase on our own and ship with the processor and have a choice on the approach to relidding such as the Rockit Cool approach (Loctite Super Glue)!

Here is a post as to why Im suggesting this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1629069/techpowerup-aqua-computer-and-rockit-delidding-tools-tested-on-core-i7-7700k

Here is the direct link to the article: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Delidding_the_Intel_Core_i7_7700K/4.html thumb.gif

Please let me know as im considering your service but id like to be able to use the suggested thermal paste and the super glue approach to relidding for superior results.

Also here is a very detailed post about the Grizzly thermal paste versus the paste that you typically use in your delidding/relidding service and its nearly twice as conductive!

LINK: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/liquid-metal-showdown-thermal-grizzly-conductonaut-vs-cool-laboratory-liquid-ultra-pro.791489/

"As some of you know, there is a new kid on the block, Grizzly Conductonaut that is also a liquid metal thermal compound with some impressive stats.

Below are the conductivity numbers for the top Liquid Metals and Traditional Paste:
(As we know the numbers don't mean everything, however, from all my tests done so far, Grizzly Conductonaut has always topped CLLU by an average of ~3C. Results may vary. However, because I am repasting, every drop in C's count. It could make all the difference in some scenarios. To each his own...)

Liquid Metals:
Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut - 73 W/mk
Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra - 38.4 W/mk
Coollaboratory Liquid Pro - 32.6 W/mk

Traditional Paste:
Gelid GC Extreme: 8.5 W/mk
Grizzly Kyronaut: 12.5 W/mk
ICD: 4.5 W/mk"
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We've tested the different liquid metals extensively and the results are always within margin of error, slightly in favor of grizzly. We know CLU works well even over a span of 5 years, conductonaut hasn't been on the market that long. Conductonaut is also a more runny TIM, there are some concerns with it staying as well in place during shipping and over time there too.

Since they perform so closely together, it makes no sense for us to not use the proven TIM.

There is also no difference in temperature compared to letting the IHS sit free, and sealing it back on with the silicone we use. We have always used a very high pressure to ensure absolute contact is being made with the CPU die.

We can leave the IHS off upon request though, and then you can simply let the IHS sit free. We strongly recommend against using any type of super glue on the CPU substrate. Super glue isn't as flexible as silicone, and I've already had a couple people show the damage it can inadvertently cause. If you don't want to use silicone when resealing, I would just let the IHS sit free.
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