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As is both of mine. If it isn't quite, maybe you should look at making sure you aren't getting vibrations anywhere... I have no issues with noise.


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so how good is this liquid ultra? Been thinking about lapping this CPU and maybe a more "extreme" tim...

any experience?
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so how good is this liquid ultra? Been thinking about lapping this CPU and maybe a more "extreme" tim...

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great product. it may stain the block/ihs and is conductive so be very careful and don't use too much. its 100% metal TIM

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I would say its only really useful if you're going to use it on the die after delidding, otherwise its not worth its price tag, and certainly not worth the bother of cleaning up your block / IHS.


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I would say its only really useful if you're going to use it on the die after delidding, otherwise its not worth its price tag, and certainly not worth the bother of cleaning up your block / IHS.

Wait.. it's only $10 on Amazon... Here thumb.gif
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great product. it may stain the block/ihs and is conductive so be very careful and don't use too much. its 100% metal TIM

So if it stained the IHS and the block, is there anyways to clean it? or can't? Also do u guy sknow if the IC diamond can stain the IHS / Block too? or nah?

Also Phelan, if your H220 is silent, then isn't the other guy that said the pump is noisy got a defective unit?

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They give you a small patch of scotchbright like stuff.. It's the only way to clean it (sand it lightly). This voids warranty on the CPU as it sands off the serial and model numbers.

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So if it stained the IHS and the block, is there anyways to clean it? or can't? Also do u guy sknow if the IC diamond can stain the IHS / Block too? or nah?

Also Phelan, if your H220 is silent, then isn't the other guy that said the pump is noisy got a defective unit?[/quote

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So if it stained the IHS and the block, is there anyways to clean it? or can't? Also do u guy sknow if the IC diamond can stain the IHS / Block too? or nah?

Also Phelan, if your H220 is silent, then isn't the other guy that said the pump is noisy got a defective unit?

Not necessarily. As also mentioned, he may have vibration issues in the case, or a stubborn air bubble..
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