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Old 23-11-14, 07:12 PM
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raising temps over time

Hi guys time to shout for ideas
I'm running a delided [email protected] with 1.216V on a Maximus 5 extreme
Its got a EK-Supremacy block on it mounted using EK's Precise Mount
the 2 pics show temps before/after reseating the block


the problem is that the temps will slowly raise back to the before temps over 3/4 weeks
on removing the block the tim looks as if it has gone really thin and been forced off the die
this has gone on for several months I've tried both MX-4 and NT-H1
the mount is just a screw it down to the stop type mount and I've even tried backing off on the spring tension in case its too much pressure forcing the tim out
now I'm out of ideas Help!

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Old 23-11-14, 11:32 PM
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http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-pro/
use this.
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Old 24-11-14, 06:18 AM
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but is this just a type of paste issue? as the temp's start of ok and MX-4 and NT-H1 are not cheap rubbish paste's
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Old 24-11-14, 03:37 PM
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Ive used gallium aka liquidpro on my delidded cpu over a year. Much better and maintains temps. Idle is 25c and at load after witcher 2 session temp is 45c on an i3570k oc'd to 4.4ghz

I also use the ek stand offs or precise mount.

I dont suffer with rising temps. You just need an incredibly thing layer and thats it. In fact its so thin that it takes practise to spread it with a cotton bud
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Old 24-11-14, 04:08 PM
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Ive used gallium aka liquidpro on my delidded cpu over a year. Much better and maintains temps. Idle is 25c and at load after witcher 2 session temp is 45c on an i3570k oc'd to 4.4ghz

I also use the ek stand offs or precise mount.

I dont suffer with rising temps. You just need an incredibly thing layer and thats it. In fact its so thin that it takes practise to spread it with a cotton bud
Ok thanks mate I'll see about getting some

edit got it ordered see how it goes
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Old 24-11-14, 05:43 PM
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but is this just a type of paste issue? as the temp's start of ok and MX-4 and NT-H1 are not cheap rubbish paste's
nope NT-H1 is a paste that would have great results in the beginning, and would gradually rolll off the die afterwards. If your delidding. best bet is to use coolaboratory. However Its a pain if your going to switch waterblocks due to its sticky nature
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Old 24-11-14, 06:48 PM
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thanks guys I'll let you know how it goes in a few days
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Old 27-11-14, 07:21 PM
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liquid pro is here, strange stuff to use for first time
lets hope it lasts longer than the others

managed to get to this

http://valid.x86.fr/f6z2af thats at load
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