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Hmmm...I tried so hard this time to get the layer as thin as possible but I still think I have too much as well. I am a perfectionist so when I see areas with less AS5 on than others I have to make it perfect, hence I end up putting a little more on to make the covering perfect. In retrospect I should have made it thinner and not worried about the look of the spread.

Like you said, when you think about, you need less AS5 than any human could ever apply (I think anyway)...even when we are talking a faint haze of AS5 on the surface of the IHS, that will still be way too thick in microscopic terms.

When I lap my HS again I think I will go thinner with the AS5
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So if I do a good job of lapping the TTBT, do you reccomend using a layer so thin that it forms a haze on the surface of the IHS (allowing you to see the wiriting beneath) rather that a thin convering?

±PinK=FloYd± those fans are unreal, in both cfm and dBa terms. I take it those arent the ones that Jrabb uses...unless he wears ear defenders whilst using his computer
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lol... using those would be like running a jackhammer... or having a hurricane in your pc case!
and he is prolly using these http://www.nidec.com/ta450dc7/ta450dc7.htm
they are only $16 here
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Could you attempt direct die with a typhoon? :thinks: Without it actually crushing the core?
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post #46 of 77
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BTW have you tried the blob method (allow HSF to spread out the TIM)? I am debating which of the 2 methods is the best.
The blob method is supposed to be best for cpus that have an IHS. If there is no IHS, then applying a thin layer is preferred to protect the surrounding (and exposed) transistors from getting fried.
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Could you attempt direct die with a typhoon? :thinks: Without it actually crushing the core?
yes...but you wanna make sure you get it on the die evenly and distribute the presure evenly. and i would put something down to meet the raised level of the die.. like some foam around the outside of the chip.. where the ihs was attached. that will take some stress off the die.
post #48 of 77
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im considering taking my ihs off....but im too scared ill crack my core...also how much temp drop will i get.....also i might want to sell my cpu later on....but if i do go with it...are there any tips you guys have?
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post #49 of 77
I would just take the IHS off and replace the compound under there with AS5 and put the IHS back on, less risk of crushing the die with the HSF but still risk of damaging the CPU with taking the IHS off.
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I would just take the IHS off and replace the compound under there with AS5 and put the IHS back on, less risk of crushing the die with the HSF but still risk of damaging the CPU with taking the IHS off.
hey that a good idea actually, im sure that would shave of a few degrees....but what would you use to re-attach the ihs?
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