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post #91 of 106
Thanks

In aircooling ?
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post #92 of 106
3630qm is a mobile CPU, so it most certainly has to be air.
 
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Okay thanks, a test with the desktop CPU will be better
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post #94 of 106
160/5000
Could you apply liquid metal on a mobile processor like the amd a10 5750m without complications? Would it have to be both on the dide and between the heatsink and the ihs?
post #95 of 106
My question is: is it safe to use Conductonaut on a laptop that will sometimes be transported/shipped in Winter?
So the laptop might go down to 0-5 C. I have read that Conductonaut is for 10C+ operation only. But what about storage?
Could it become solid and splitter off the CPU potentially causing short circuits on the laptop mainboard later?
post #96 of 106
Anyone compare between Coollab Liquid Ultra and Conductonaut? I hear Conductonaut is a lot more runny
post #97 of 106
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Originally Posted by dmo580 View Post

Anyone compare between Coollab Liquid Ultra and Conductonaut? I hear Conductonaut is a lot more runny

From videos I've watched they look very similar during application. Some say Liquid Ultra goes on easier. I just de-lidded my CPU and used conductonaut and it was pretty easy to work with. Saw average temp drop of 35C (OC to 4.8GHz) on my Skylake 6700k. Definitely had some bad TIM on that die.
post #98 of 106
Quick question - I just bought a very lightly used NZXT X61 AIO cooler, and the previous owner had used Conductonaut on the copper heatsink. He has removed most of it but there is still a large patch where it seems to have reacted with the copper.

I have no experience with liquid metal TIM - can this Conductonaut be completely removed so that I can use my trusty MX-4? Or should I also buy some Conductonaut? Presumably I would still have to clean off the old stuff properly though?

Basically, how can I clean it off? The stuff I usually use (Akasa TIM-clean) does nothing.....thanks!
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post #99 of 106
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Originally Posted by Camberwell View Post

Quick question - I just bought a very lightly used NZXT X61 AIO cooler, and the previous owner had used Conductonaut on the copper heatsink. He has removed most of it but there is still a large patch where it seems to have reacted with the copper.

I have no experience with liquid metal TIM - can this Conductonaut be completely removed so that I can use my trusty MX-4? Or should I also buy some Conductonaut? Presumably I would still have to clean off the old stuff properly though?

Basically, how can I clean it off? The stuff I usually use (Akasa TIM-clean) does nothing.....thanks!

I had the same experience on the block of my H100i; its a liquid metal and AFAIK there are microscopic bits of the metal that fill the tiny grooves in the copper or bond to the copper itself. I've since cleaned off the conductonaut (as best as possible) and am also using MX-4 between my CPU IHS and my water block - works great. I don't expect that the conductonaut residue will in any way compromise the heat transfer of any thermal paste.
post #100 of 106
I'm thinking of doing exactly what you did - delidding my 6700k. That seems like a very extensive temp drop - assuming that's on air? Is your case not very well ventilated?
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