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post #101 of 371 (permalink) Old 07-25-2013, 02:12 PM
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I just switched out CLP for CLU and the results are nearly the same.


100% load with Linpack AVX2 @4.4GHZ 4770k 1.2v.



CLP 68 75 77 72 Ambient Temps 24C
CLU 68 75 75 73 Ambient Temps 24C

CLU barely won in my test. I like both of em. CLP is hard to clean. Not sure how hard CLU is to clean yet.

This is on a water cooled bare die direct to block no IHS mount that I have nearly perfected between 3570k mounts, 3770k mounts and now 4770k mounts. I feel confident it is a flat contact mount.
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I found ultra way easier to clean.

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Aida64 was run for 1 hour stressing FPU only
Ambient temperature was recorded at the start, after half an hour and at the finish using a digital thermo sensor



Phobya
• Easy to spread
• Easy to clean off
• Ran test 3 times to confirm results. 3rd test was aborted due to temp hitting high 60s

Liquid Pro
• Takes some time to spread on HIS
• Pain to clean off
• Test was run 2 times to confirm results

Liquid Ultra
• Very easy to apply
• Used a tiny amount. I wiped it off the end of the syringe with the brush and onto the die
• Very easy to clean off

I know some people are going to dispute the vailidity of these results but I stand by them. During the first Phobya test, I thought I did something wrong so when it finished I immediately removed the chip, cleaned it and reapplied for a second test. I ran a third test to confirm and published the best result. Also, when I saw how much the Ultra beat the Pro by, I re-ran the test with Pro to confirm results.

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Dayum, gotta get me some of dat Ultra.

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I know some people are going to dispute the vailidity of these results but I stand by them. During the first Phobya test, I thought I did something wrong so when it finished I immediately removed the chip, cleaned it and reapplied for a second test. I ran a third test to confirm and published the best result. Also, when I saw how much the Ultra beat the Pro by, I re-ran the test with Pro to confirm results.



My testing has been with water cooled bare die direct to block mount and my results were very close. I have mounted my block at least a dozen times and I have it down. I think your mounts was not the same in between tests.
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if CLU is such a problem -drying out, losing performance- has anybody contacted CoolLabs yet, and what was their reply?

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My testing has been with water cooled bare die direct to block mount and my results were very close. I have mounted my block at least a dozen times and I have it down. I think your mounts was not the same in between tests.

I ran the tests multiple times because I thought I did something wrong but got the same results each time. I'd like to see your results as a comparison.

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I ran the tests multiple times because I thought I did something wrong but got the same results each time. I'd like to see your results as a comparison.

First of all if your chip delidded? Are you running direct block to die or with IHS?
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First of all if your chip delidded? Are you running direct block to die or with IHS?

He wrote it's delidded. The test is with CLU/CLP/PLM painted on die, IHS inside, IHS outside, cooler's base.
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He wrote it's delidded. The test is with CLU/CLP/PLM painted on die, IHS inside, IHS outside, cooler's base.


I don't see where he wrote that but if he did sandwhich the IHS with CLP its so thin and with the IHS in there the chances of poor contact on mount is high. Bare diwe contact with only surface of block making contact is a lot more accurate for getting good mounts and that is how's I did my tests.
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