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Old December 20, 2012, 04:07 PM
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Awesome! Congrats on the successful delid. I am tempted myself I just may try after xmas. Look into CoolLaboratory Liquid Pro. All the cool kids on OCN are using it and apparently dropping temps over 20c.
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Old December 20, 2012, 04:50 PM
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Currently I running prime at 4.8Ghz with 1.248v (Overnight I ran 4.8Ghz with 1.26v). Load temps are anywhere from the mid 60s to the low 70s (C). As mentioned earlier I really would like to glue the IHS back to the pcb. The issue lies with what kind of adhesive to use... any thoughts? Also do you guys think it worth investing in some Cool Labs Pro TIM?
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that is the same thickness as lid or take the lid with you to shop an have them measure it

and use 1 piecse as a filler with NT-H1 pasted on both sides of copper

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Old December 21, 2012, 04:57 PM
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sorry KCrunch I am not following.... please explain further. Is the idea with the shim to go direct die?
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Old December 21, 2012, 05:14 PM
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Yeah the capin' is saying why use an stock ALU IHS....when for a couple bucks you can get a COPPER IHS. It should give even better temps....and its not like you havent done the hard part and removed the IHS!
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Old December 21, 2012, 06:15 PM
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Yeah the capin' is saying why use an stock ALU IHS....when for a couple bucks you can get a COPPER IHS. It should give even better temps....and its not like you havent done the hard part and removed the IHS!
echo that AkG

just call up the shop to make appointment bring your old lid so they can match the thickness

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Old January 4, 2013, 01:57 AM
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What would be cool is too have a shim that matches the height of the die with the die hole cut out of the middle. This way hsf would set flat right across the actual die therefore making better contact. ie: less parts to paste together idea, plus less things to transfer heat through. Didn't we have these years ago for our amd chips, spacers believe they were called, then slap the 462 swiftech's on them and tighten the shit out of the bolts....
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Old January 4, 2013, 04:38 AM
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back in the day it was for so not to crush the chip the shim was made. mine is for direct die not pcb
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Old January 4, 2013, 09:50 AM
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I remember the good ol Socket A days when the chips didnt have an IHS. And you had to use a flathead screwdriver in an itty bitty slot with a shitload of force to get the bloody clip for the heatsink on properly. Dont see how crushing the core now would be an issue, especially if you are using bolt down coolers vs clip coolers.
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I remember the good ol Socket A days when the chips didnt have an IHS. And you had to use a flathead screwdriver in an itty bitty slot with a shitload of force to get the bloody clip for the heatsink on properly. Dont see how crushing the core now would be an issue, especially if you are using bolt down coolers vs clip coolers.
LOL - Oh I remember those days ! Lot of cussing..... :D But you would be surprised it is an issue for those who are less experienced and less careful, some people do manage to wreck their processors. It's all about HOW you mount the heat sink, and some people do it the wrong way (easy) by tilting and pressing corners first. Only now we are talking about an expensive CPU, it would really suck for anybody to wreck that thing ....
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Seen me toast the and CPU with shims and peltiers was no thermal throttling back then time u made it too PS plug it was gone lol.
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