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post #1391 of 1400 (permalink) Old 04-09-2015, 03:19 AM
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so lazy to read all these posts, watched the video, and i didn't get it: do you need to put CLU or some CLP curse on die first, then apply thermal paste? or is clu / clp enough? what is the full name of CLU , i can't find it on ebay.. i expect somebody less lazy to reply, please

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so lazy to read all these posts, watched the video, and i didn't get it: do you need to put CLU or some CLP curse on die first, then apply thermal paste? or is clu / clp enough? what is the full name of CLU , i can't find it on ebay.. i expect somebody less lazy to reply, please

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Anyway, many here were helpful to me so here goes:

CLP (Coollaboratory Liquid PRO) - I used this between the die on my I5 and heat spreader - I then used AS5 thermal paste between heat spreader and heat sink.
http://www.amazon.com/Coollaboratory-Liquid-Thermal-Interface-Material/dp/B001PE5XAC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1428609803&sr=8-1&keywords=coollaboratory+liquid+pro

CLU (Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra) - you could also use this instead of CLP.
http://www.amazon.com/Coollaboratory-Liquid-Thermal-Interface-Material/dp/B0039RY3MM/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1428609803&sr=8-2&keywords=coollaboratory+liquid+pro


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Already ordered CLU for use on Die. Any suggestions for the absolute best TIM for the IHS? Need to order right now.Can you use CLU on the IHS ? Thanks.

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Already ordered CLU for use on Die. Any suggestions for the absolute best TIM for the IHS? Need to order right now.Can you use CLU on the IHS ? Thanks.

Probably only lapping will get you better temps or going naked and using mounts.

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Getting a 4790K in a couple of weeks, and I am looking into if it's worth loosing the warranty delidding it. From my understanding, Intel improved the TIM quite a lot from IB to DC, so is there massive improvements in delidding, or are the improvements so small that it's not worth loosing the warranty for it. It's a brand new CPU, so the warranty is actually valid smile.gif

I have already ordered a Celeron E1200 to do some initial testing, got it for 7USD inc. shipping, so if nothing else it will give me an experience.

Edit: Nevermind, just saw the delidding tool posted in the Delidded Club. Seems excellent, and a lot safer than using the hammer + vice method! Thankfully my University has a pretty hefty 3D lab which I can use to print it biggrin.gif

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Hi!
Getting a 4790K in a couple of weeks, and I am looking into if it's worth loosing the warranty delidding it. From my understanding, Intel improved the TIM quite a lot from IB to DC, so is there massive improvements in delidding, or are the improvements so small that it's not worth loosing the warranty for it. It's a brand new CPU, so the warranty is actually valid smile.gif

I have already ordered a Celeron E1200 to do some initial testing, got it for 7USD inc. shipping, so if nothing else it will give me an experience.

Edit: Nevermind, just saw the delidding tool posted in the Delidded Club. Seems excellent, and a lot safer than using the hammer + vice method! Thankfully my University has a pretty hefty 3D lab which I can use to print it biggrin.gif

Good you find your answer thumb.gif And yes. Delidding is worth it even with devils canyon. I delidded my 4790K and gain 20°C temp drop. tongue.gif
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Good you find your answer thumb.gif And yes. Delidding is worth it even with devils canyon. I delidded my 4790K and gain 20°C temp drop. tongue.gif
Thanks for the confirmation. Will bench/stress-test the CPU extensively before delidding it, but with the tool it appears to be a lot safer. No impact loads, only shear loads, which should be evenly distributed. Hopefully my chip OCs well!

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You know deep in your heart that you just came here for positive affirmation ;-) and that you really just want to do it anyway! :-p

There are clear risks...and zero warranty. But most people here will say...

"Hell Yeah dude...Do it!!!"

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Hi all, where I can buy MSI delid guard?
I dont wanna buy all the freakin' motherboard they sell! tongue.gif
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It has now been 2 calendar years since I delidded my 3770 using the hammer. I applied CLU at the time and it has seen pretty much 24/7 use for the past 24 months. Temps are as good now as they were then and I've not had to re-apply any thermal paste or even open the machine up in 2 years.

Holy crap, where did that 2 years go?

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Quick thread necro. It has now been 6 years and I'm still on the original CLU (and AS5 on the heatsink side). Haven't had to remove the IHS since it was first applied, although it really has only been switched off a couple of times over the 6 years, so it hasn't seen a lot of thermal cycles.

Still impressed by the CLU though.
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