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Old 11th January 2016, 11:54 AM   #16
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Nice work. Only a few degrees difference. But it allows you to up the multis. 5GHz is a good effort.
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Old 15th January 2016, 4:43 PM   #17
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Nice work. Only a few degrees difference. But it allows you to up the multis. 5GHz is a good effort.
It's more than a few degrees though. Not noticeable difference viewing the 46x multi screenshots. But 48x & beyond is where the paste/delid pulls ahead.
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Top x2 screenshots 22-23 Ambient. x48 multi screenshot is 21deg Ambient.









These screenshots <lot of 3> compare direct Stock with Gelid extreme VS Delid/ Gelid extreme. Note some ambient temps are lower. otherwise 23deg.
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Old 26th January 2016, 11:31 AM   #18
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buy some Coolaboratory Liquid Utra. Really makes a big difference over the other pastes.
Hey mate, do you have numbers to back up this up?

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Old 26th January 2016, 11:36 AM   #19
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About 12deg vs 20deg on load Aussie. Easily 60% better.
But ........it's conductive & nasty to clean liquid paste off.
Stuff rolls off like Mercury " tiny " balls. Got around back on the cpu contact pads. Need watch this..........
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Old 26th January 2016, 11:38 AM   #20
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That sounds evil .. best I don't touch that stuff.

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Old 26th January 2016, 11:44 AM   #21
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Hey mate, do you have numbers to back up this up?

I'm going to play with some pastes soon. Have a good mix of gelid, CLU, Noctua, Enermax and Thermal Grizly. I know with the CLU under my lid I dropped a good 15-18 degrees. I like it under there, but have used NT-H1 and Gelid and found not as good.

Another day when I'm enthusiastic about it.
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Skylake has the Liquid metal under IHS. Safe there, but Haswell need extra precaution with the under hood VRM section. I'll tackle that later, the silicon bond I've reapplied is easy to remove now.
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Old 26th January 2016, 11:50 AM   #23
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Skylake has the Liquid metal under IHS. Safe there, but Haswell need extra precaution with the under hood VRM section. I'll tackle that later, the silicon bond I've reapplied is easy to remove now.
You can use you silicon over the resistors Shane, will peel off later if need be and will give the protection. I used LET on mine. Easy done.
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Old 26th January 2016, 12:03 PM   #24
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I'm going to play with some pastes soon. Have a good mix of gelid, CLU, Noctua, Enermax and Thermal Grizly. I know with the CLU under my lid I dropped a good 15-18 degrees. I like it under there, but have used NT-H1 and Gelid and found not as good.

Another day when I'm enthusiastic about it.
I'd agree on water the CLU FTW for sure, but adding anything cooler and want either Gelid or the Kryonaut for sure.

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You can use you silicon over the resistors Shane, will peel off later if need be and will give the protection. I used LET on mine. Easy done.
Plus with LET you could make a bunch of diff colours for fun or RED to make it go faster.
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Just cover the VRM on Haswell with some clear nail polish from what I have seen.
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Just cover the VRM on Haswell with some clear nail polish from what I have seen.
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Optical illusions brah! make things look bigger lol
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I see what you both did there.

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You can use you silicon over the resistors Shane, will peel off later if need be and will give the protection. I used LET on mine. Easy done.
Where you buying the LET from? Wan't to try the haswell with the liquid paste
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