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It's the naked core, but it is hard and glass-like. It's not the actual etched part of the silicon, it looks and feels like shiny black glass.

Thanks. Do people apply TIM to the core? I've read guides where they don't mention doing so, but don't know why.
*EDIT I mean when they apply the heatsink directly to the core.

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Thanks. Do people apply TIM to the core? I've read guides where they don't mention doing so, but don't know why.
*EDIT I mean when they apply the heatsink directly to the core.

Most people don't put the heatsink directly on the core, they just replace the stock TIM with one of the liquid metal TIMs (like CLU), clean off the glue, and then put the integrated heatspreader back on. You need special mounting hardware to run with the core naked, and it really only works with watercooling.

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Thanks. Do people apply TIM to the core? I've read guides where they don't mention doing so, but don't know why.
*EDIT I mean when they apply the heatsink directly to the core.

Yes, you're always going to have some form of a TIM between the die and the cooler. The TIM helps to fill in the microscopic surface imperfections and carry the heat from the CPU die to the cooler.

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Got my 4770k finally fired up. Wooo, was so nervous about it surviving its delid.


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Got my 4770k finally fired up. Wooo, was so nervous about it surviving its delid.



Glad to hear that the patient survived the surgery! I went through the same thing myself and it's definitely a nerve-racking process.... biggrin.gif

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I went ahead and delid my 4770k and applied some CLU. Temps under load dropped about 20-23C. This is with an overclock at 4.7GHz and now my load temps do not exceed 65-69C.

I'm running a custom water loop and was hitting a temperature barrier before deliding. Now I'm aiming for 4.9Ghz. biggrin.gif

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Nice, video. Watch out for delidded processors at auctions. Here's an example of fail delidding buy
http://hardwareoverclock.com/Intel-Core-i7-IHS-entfernen-Haswell-5a.htm

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So many years after delidding and applying CLU with a H80i on it... my CPU seems to love doing 100c under intense load.

But my H80i says 60 degrees.

On idle my 4770k is doing like 60 degrees. Gone are the days of sub 30 lol.

Could it just be wear and tear of the cpu? Or do I need to be re applying the thermal paste more often than not?

Last time i did it was 1.5yrs ago I think.

This was a cpu that once did 4.6ghz. It still does it... at 100 degrees lol.
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That don't really sound right. I have CLU on mine for the past two years, and that with me doing BOINC on occasions.

Maybe the AIO wearing out? One guy over in another thread was having issues with his having higher temps until he did a few whacks on the AIO (I ain't kidding, I can go find the post).

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That don't really sound right. I have CLU on mine for the past two years, and that with me doing BOINC on occasions.

Maybe the AIO wearing out? One guy over in another thread was having issues with his having higher temps until he did a few whacks on the AIO (I ain't kidding, I can go find the post).

The pump and fans are still running well in the monitor (cosair link4)

Might have to re apply everything again -.-
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