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What kind of cooling and overclock are we talking about?


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And it’s about 5.2 semi-stable. It’s between 1.35 and 1.37 actually and around 75-80 now. I’m going to swap out the CLU for conductonaut since I’ve heard it works better. Maybe another polish of the die




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NT-H1 isn't conductive: https://noctua.at/en/nt-h1-3-5g



Also there isn't anything wrong with using conductive heat transfer. I use liquid metal which is conductive, I placed clear nail polish on the surface around the die of my 3770k and 6700k. Don't use abrasive paste like IC Diamond that would scratch up the die.


You and Ceadderman both misunderstood my point. I said you’re ‘not supposed to use nonconductive between the die and ihs’

As in you’re supposed to use a conductive one like CLU/clp/conductonaut.

You’re supposed to put conductive on the bare silicon and then non conductive on top of the ihs where it makes contact with the heatsink. This was supposed to be as close as we could get to the true soldered interface that exists on some HEDT chips


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Quote: Originally Posted by Pinnacle Fit View Post
You and Ceadderman both misunderstood my point. I said you’re ‘not supposed to use nonconductive between the die and ihs’

As in you’re supposed to use a conductive one like CLU/clp/conductonaut.

You’re supposed to put conductive on the bare silicon and then non conductive on top of the ihs where it makes contact with the heatsink. This was supposed to be as close as we could get to the true soldered interface that exists on some HEDT chips


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You're right I did misunderstand you but there isn't a rule. I used CLU on both my 3770k(2013 w/ vice method which I ran naked with an EK block) along with 6700k(2016 w/ tool). I'm not wasting my CLU on an Athlon 64 x2 3800+, it had dried up thermal paste that just needed to be replaced.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You're right I did misunderstand you but there isn't a rule. I used CLU on both my 3770k(2013 w/ vice method which I ran naked with an EK block) along with 6700k(2016 w/ tool). I'm not wasting my CLU on an Athlon 64 x2 3800+, it had dried up thermal paste that just needed to be replaced.


Ok that’s one way to look at it. You got better performance than the garbage Dow Corning stuff that was there before but not nearly as good as if you used something conductive.


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I just delidded a i7 7700k with my Rockit 88 CPU Delid/Relid Tool and Relidded it with 4 Tiny Dabs in the Corners of the IHS with Black Permatex RTV Silicone..Anyone know how Long I should let this Cure in the Relid tool block/clamp before removing it and reinstalling it back in my PC.

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Quote: Originally Posted by NIK1 View Post
I just delidded a i7 7700k with my Rockit 88 CPU Delid/Relid Tool and Relidded it with 4 Tiny Dabs in the Corners of the IHS with Black Permatex RTV Silicone..Anyone know how Long I should let this Cure in the Relid tool block/clamp before removing it and reinstalling it back in my PC.
No need to wait. The socket clip will keep things in place.

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I just delidded a i7 7700k with my Rockit 88 CPU Delid/Relid Tool and Relidded it with 4 Tiny Dabs in the Corners of the IHS with Black Permatex RTV Silicone..Anyone know how Long I should let this Cure in the Relid tool block/clamp before removing it and reinstalling it back in my PC.
I gave mine about 15-20 minutes and then slapped it in and bolted on my AIO, but yeah as stated you don’t have to wait, i just did because I wanted the IHS to be suctioned to it before lifting it up and sticking it in the socket.

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Has anyone played with different Tims on the market..Like whats the best one to put on between a waterblock and the IHS.I have 2 at my disposal.Thermal Grizzly thermal Grease and Icy Diamond.Which of these two would you use.I have never tried these two before on a cpu,I did try the Grizzly on a gpu last year and it worked pretty good though.Is there something better than the two I have or are they close to the same when it come to thermal pastes.

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So what are the signs that I have a bad delid and have to redo it rather then reapplying my thermal paste?
I can see spikes from 30 degrees up to 71 while idle, I suspect it's my bad thermal paste job as I had nothing but trouble getting it to apply, but still wondering if I might have to re-delid it since I had SL do mine and ship it back to me and shipping could of shaken something loose

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So what are the signs that I have a bad delid and have to redo it rather then reapplying my thermal paste?
I can see spikes from 30 degrees up to 71 while idle, I suspect it's my bad thermal paste job as I had nothing but trouble getting it to apply, but still wondering if I might have to re-delid it since I had SL do mine and ship it back to me and shipping could of shaken something loose
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