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I delided my 3570k end of 2014, and wondering how long until I should replace the TIM. I did liquid Ultra between the die and the IHS, and artic silver on the IHS and Heatsink. Figure the Artic Silver needs to be replaced as my temps have risen a bit over the year. Idk, if I should replace the liquid ultra or not though? Thanx!
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No, your fine with the Liquid Ultra on the die / IHS. I would recommend removing the AS5 and using Liquid Ultra between the IHS and Heatsink as well. You'll see even more of a drop in temps.
    
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I can't put liquid ultra on the IHS/Heatsink because it'll eat away at the copper. :/
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It won't eat copper, only aluminum. I used Liquid Ultra for close to a year on an H100. It never hurt it. The only down side is it stained the copper a little, but It was lapped before hand.
    
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It won't eat copper, only aluminum. I used Liquid Ultra for close to a year on an H100. It never hurt it. The only down side is it stained the copper a little, but It was lapped before hand.

I meant Aluminum, I have this heatsink. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103099
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Gotcha. In that case, just clean and re-apply the AS5 alone. The Liquid Ultra will be fine from your previous install.
    
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Cool, thanx
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CLU ate away the surface of my H100i. I had to relap it to get it smooth again. It turned the copper into a white colored rough surface resembling bird poop. If you are going to use the stuff just use it under the lid only, not worth ruining your heatsink.
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CLU ate away the surface of my H100i. I had to relap it to get it smooth again. It turned the copper into a white colored rough surface resembling bird poop. If you are going to use the stuff just use it under the lid only, not worth ruining your heatsink.

That's kinda what I had, but I wouldn't say it ruined it and it wasn't rough. It was still flat and smooth, but it did stain the copper. If I had to guess (because mine was lapped before CLU as well) that the lapping causing the staining to be more noticeable. Even with just regular paste tho, I've noticed color changing and all that on the copper surface.
    
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Gotcha. In that case, just clean and re-apply the AS5 alone. The Liquid Ultra will be fine from your previous install.

Got busy with work, but is there a shelf life on Liquid Ultra...? As in how many years until it needs to be changed; unless the time is so ridiculous I would be forced to buy another processor. I only game and 4.8GHZ at 1.32v is pretty nice. smile.gif
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