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galwanoteechnika Anandtech’s Pascal Asynchronous Compute. I did manage to pretty much smooth and shine the surface with some isopropyl alcohol and steel wool. Well it was hard. Wasn’t easy to get off. It’s like the LM fused with the surface of the nickel which it usually does.
Wanted to show that effect. I did post a picture of the heatsink after I cleaned it thiugh, if you wanna check it out. It’s somewhere in the comments. Yeah, I thought I was on a different subreddit, was browsing different subs on my phone while driving.
This is after cleaning It was pretty much caked onto the heatsink. Just gonna go back to regular TIM since this didn’t really decrease the temps.
Also the Die is completely fine. No rough surface and all the lettering still looks like new. Doesn’t gallium fill the porous structure of copper, without nickel plating, thus reducing thermal conductivity?
Industrial-level possibly, as you’re using chlorides and sulphides . Dimowa at home you need vinegar, salt, DC power source and guitar strings [2,3].
I would also point you to a wonderful book, by a wonderful author, about home galvanizing , but to my knowledge there are no translations from polish available.
Feel free to guess where I want to experiment.
Galwajotechnika more seriously it’s a combination of hot weather, possibly dust and a external ventilator. The last one usually prevents such throttling, but as it’s quality is This happens if you use liquid metal on aluminum.
Conductonaut thermal grease must not be used with aluminum heatsinks! So, today we are going to carry out further experiments with an unusual metal – gallium. This metal has one interesting feature.
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Some LM contains gallium which can interact with aluminum to create a very brittle aluminum alloy. It’s just different materials in the liquid metal reacting and forming an alloy, the structure of the heatsink galanotechnika been degraded by corrosion nor will the alloy harm thermal transfer though it can be mildly annoying to clean off.
Usually this is caused by exposure to air and a less than ideal application although it can also happen naturally. Generally you’re not going to see major gains with liquid metal on GPU dies given their increased surface area compared to CPUs. While you can see a few degree decrease in some cases using something like Kryonaut will yield almost identical results while avoiding the dangers of conductive paste.
The whole hoopla about using liquid metal directly on dies really only started when Intel got cheap and lazy and stopped soldering their chips to the IHS, causing pockets of air breaking contact and thus interrupting thermal conductivity. This would cause massive gaps in temperature that were not typical or normal. By reapplying paste NOT necessarily the benefit of liquid metal and closing the gap, thermal conductivity was dramatically improved and thus worthwhile temp drops were gained.
But this isn’t really because of liquid metal, which only is a few degrees better than top quality pastes today, but simply the physical connection being improved, nothing more. I do not recommend people do this to their GPUs.
It really isn’t worth it. Liquid metal actually out performs solder on the CPU. Although the current gains are rather minimal unless you also use an aftermarket IHS or direct die cooling. Although I do agree that it isn’t a great idea on a desktop GPU. That said, laptops are a different matter. Galwanotechnikka can that even be measured? You’d have to crack the IHS off a gzlwanotechnika chip and replace it with liquid metal after testing thoroughly with the stock solder job, and compare, to know exactly which is better.
Actually it was quite common to delid the soldered chips to use galwanoyechnika the mac pros for a cheaper upgrade. It can be done without heat and a simple vice, it is pretty risky of course. Newer chips with soldered IHS may not go as smoothly depending how it is soldered. Now I am interested to see some source data showing liquid metals are more efficient than an actual solder.
Sounds absurd to me. Check out der8auer’s recent work on Ryzen. And every attempt he had done had shown better gains as he gets more familiar with removing the stock solder.
I think I remember reading a post over at HardOCP that there was a around a c improvement going from solder to a bare die.
I can’t remember the post but I think it was in this thread: It’s a nice challenge compared to standard delidding something that only takes five-six minutes with the proper tools and had become slightly mundane. Well that’s not really a fair comparison because it’s going soldered IHS to liquid metal bare die.
Even for people just using regular paste, going bare gakwanotechnika has shown to domowx temps dramatically. I’m not entirely convinced that liquid metal is superior to solder when dealing with the IHS. And given the insane risk involved with cracking open a soldered chip, I expect the data to be extremely sparse on this subject. I really want to see it. I’d be interested in it as well. I’d guess on a new chip the differences would be minimal but there may be some difference on an older chip that has developed micro cracks in the solder.
If you’re re-using the stock IHS the average for Ryzen seems to be 4c lower than solder, and since heat isn’t the limiting factor on that chip the really isn’t much too be gained by delidding at this galwanotechinka. Though that could very well change when Zen2 comes out. It’s been done plenty of times over the years and can even be successfully accomplished on Ryzen chips provided you have the proper tools. I delided a soldered k. The temps with lm were indeed galwanotecjnika. The layer is solder was very thick.
Did you also replace the IHS or lower the gap by removing the adhesive? Because do,owa two things don’t make it a fair comparison. On a regular TIM chip you would be eliminating a possible air gap, on a soldered chip there is no air gap to eliminate. I was gonna say, that looks like the heatsink vapor chamber?
I was getting uncomfortable with how hot it was getting, so I decided to putt it apart and check the paste. Galwanotechnija was considering the liquid metal stuff because I really didn’t wanna take it apart again. So, it looks like it attacked the heatsink a tidbit? I figured all the metals were safe for that stuff. Is the heatsink still smooth, or did it actually take metal off?
The reaction with copper is a bit more complex, liquid metal is basically Gallium which likes it form alloys with other metals, what happens is galwanotehnika gallium migrates directly into the block and forms a copper-gallium alloy and it sort of looks like your liquid metal has dried up and your block slightly tarnished. Nickel is supposed to be fine but may discolour a bit, which is probably more noticeable on a mirror finish.
What metals are you supposed to use liquid metal on? It sounds like it’s corrosive for galwantoechnika about every heat sink. The real answer is that the surfaces should be lapped. But that takes time and you need the tools.
So thermal paste is the next best option to fill in those microscopic holes where the metal doesn’t touch. Many thermal pastes are just finely ground metals suspended galwanotechika oil. This just takes the concept one step further and uses a metal which isn’t solid at room temperature, a gallium-indium alloy.
It seems to have migration issues which is why real world examples like this are cool to see! You are not supposed to use it at all. Galwanotechnlka compound is only to help maximize the surface area of the exposed metal making contact. Just to improve thermal transfer to the heatsink.
Have had nothing but great results with LM. Been running the same badge for 2 years and galwanorechnika has changed.
My temps are better also.