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Quick question..
When testing an overclock, should i disable all power saving features or just have them enable?
I passed an over night of x264 max temps are below 80
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Which version of prime95 ?

27.7/27.9 whatever, I know still slightly cooler than 28.X but don't care anymore since I concluded P95 not serving meaningful purposes.

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Good temps for a cheap ass cooler. Must be because its an i5.

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Razer blade method is so dumb. Find someone with a vice. Theres like zero dead cpu from vice method while blade method there are many.
Maybe....but have you delidded a Skylake cpu? The pcb is pretty thin. In the vice you can watch it start to bend. I did some pre-emptive cuts with a razor and returned the cpu to the vice and eased off the IHS without further bending.
But then, I've delidded 5 cpu's and know what my skill level is.

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Maybe....but have you delidded a Skylake cpu? The pcb is pretty thin. In the vice you can watch it start to bend. I did some pre-emptive cuts with a razor and returned the cpu to the vice and eased off the IHS without further bending.
But then, I've delidded 5 cpu's and know what my skill level is.
Ive delidded 2 or 3 ivy and a haswell. I didnt notice the pcb was any thinner then the other gens. Should be hitting straight from the end anyways. Should be no bending cuz should be no angled force on the pcb in the vice. I will check it out next time i have my heatsink off. Not gonna bother delidding mine cuz it wont achieve anything. I wont even gain 100mhz because I am at both the heat limit and voltage limit I am comfortable with already.

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Ive delidded 2 or 3 ivy and a haswell. I didnt notice the pcb was any thinner then the other gens. Should be hitting straight from the end anyways. Should be no bending cuz should be no angled force on the pcb in the vice. I will check it out next time i have my heatsink off. Not gonna bother delidding mine cuz it wont achieve anything. I wont even gain 100mhz because I am at both the heat limit and voltage limit I am comfortable with already.
Oh, it's thinner all right. smile.gif I didn't see any bending with the previous generation cpu's either, but this one seemed to warrant a little more care. Either way, a few cuts with the razor helped to ease off the IHS with less force. But I understand why someone would not want to take a chance.

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I would definately be doing mine if it would give me any improvement. I am already at 1.36v tho for 4.6 and I don't want to go over 1.4v so even if i delidded I would prob be over that. Even if I wasn't delidding isnt worth 100mhz.

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Are you delidded ?

Yes, Conductonaut on the die, Kryonaut on the waterblock

In no way should it be misconstrued that I do not disagree.
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Im delidded and can stay at 82c @ 1.465v with my NH-D15. Crazy stuff smile.gif Props to silicon lottery biggrin.gif

At what frequency?

In no way should it be misconstrued that I do not disagree.
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With regard to de-lidding; maybe I am just afraid to trash a $350 CPU, but $30 (plus shipping, of course) for the Rockit 88 kit was well worth it, especially since it has the re-lidding tool which allows precise alignment to re-seal the IHS.


But that is just my opinion...

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