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i9 9900k IHS material?

Does anyone know what the IHS of the 9900k is made of? I'm planning to buy the Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut (liquid metal thermal paste) and read it doesn't mix well with aluminum material.
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Nickel-plated copper with an additional gold layer on the underside to improve solder wettability.

There is no aluminum in the IHS.

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It’s nickel plated copper. If you’re using it between die and IHS, that’s fine. If it’s between ihs and heatsink, I would look elsewhere.


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Are you going direct die cause that's when you'd use Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut otherwise it's Kryonaut you want

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Are you going direct die cause that's when you'd use Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut otherwise it's Kryonaut you want
Iv always used conductonaut on both sides of IHS (Copper water block)


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Thank you for the clarification ????. I originally wanted the Thermal Grizly Conductonaut for my GPU but after seeing people using LM between IHS and heatsink curiosity got the best of me.

Delidding the 9900k intimidates me because the IHS is soldered with the die. I’ve never delid a CPU like that.
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Are you going direct die cause that's when you'd use Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut otherwise it's Kryonaut you want

You always use liquid metal any time you do delid, no matter if you go direct die or relidding the IHS again. If you use regular thermal paste you throw one of deild purposes out of the window.


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Quote: Originally Posted by ntuason View Post
Thank you for the clarification ????. I originally wanted the Thermal Grizly Conductonaut for my GPU but after seeing people using LM between IHS and heatsink curiosity got the best of me.

Delidding the 9900k intimidates me because the IHS is soldered with the die. I’ve never delid a CPU like that.

Deliding a 9990K (with the tool) is about as easy as it is with any other CPU. Cleaning the solder off the die is what turns most people off of it. If you do delid a Coffee Lake-S CPU, go direct die and don't relid, otherwise don't bother IMO.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ntuason View Post
Thank you for the clarification ????. I originally wanted the Thermal Grizly Conductonaut for my GPU but after seeing people using LM between IHS and heatsink curiosity got the best of me.

Delidding the 9900k intimidates me because the IHS is soldered with the die. I’ve never delid a CPU like that.
I use liquid metal between IHS and heatsink on my NH-D15.
Every C reduction helps. But I did take extra precautions to protect against LM spillover:

1) Super 33+ tape around the socket, going from the edge of the IHS covering the retention mechanism.
2) Polyurethane foam dam (air conditioner foam) cutout in the shape of the IHS, with a few mm to spare, for extra protection and to help against oxidation.

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