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Ignorance is bliss.
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If it's stable in a game, is ok. And i didn't oc-ed the cpu very much to put myself the problem of stability. Every modern cpu reaches 4.5ghz with a 1.22v, and has full stability, cmon...
This combo is "on the manual"

I use Prime myself. It is 'worse case senario'. But I hear what you're saying.

That's why I GENERALLY benchmark with my 'normal' startup. (background programs) I want to see how fast my system is in 'real world', how I'm actually going to use it. I'm not going to strip down into selective startup every time to run programs that I'm using. That's not what my computer is for. For me, I want to use it how I really use it.

But again, it's fun to strip it down, bench and stress. But that's an activity in and of itself.
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Nice review! rep+
 
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lol @ "i have no need to fold"

nobody needs to fold, they do it for a good cause.
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lol @ "i have no need to fold"
nobody needs to fold, they do it for a good cause.

This.

I run 4 machines 24/7 for folding and 2 machines 16 hours a day folding. It's not because I have to, or because I want to "stress test" my system at maximum load to test thermal paste or my water cooling loop, it's because it goes towards a good cause. And the 2 systems that only fold 16 hours a day ... well, that's when me and the wife are gaming. We give our machines a "rest" then. wink.gif
post #26 of 62
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Hi guys.
I've done a little review about the 3770K TIM replacement. The original is in spanish, but here are the results:
7 3770K L152B693
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Here the full review at Noticias3D:
http://foro.noticias3d.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=391334
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how did you attach the IHS back on? superglue? 100% silicone?
or did you just use the CPU bracket to hold it down?
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post #27 of 62
well i couldnt do bare die right now. (need more time. maybe this weekend)
will use the raystorm too.

im using MX-4 + MX-4
and its a solid 9-10c drop.
man i really hate intel right now.

this whole cutting into the CPU isnt for the faint of heart... i almost had a heart attack when turning my computer on for the first time after the mod.

no turning back now.

also what did you guys use/recommend as a "lip" for the die if we are directly cooling the CPU without the IHS?
wouldnt want to crack the die.
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post #28 of 62
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how did you attach the IHS back on? superglue? 100% silicone?
or did you just use the CPU bracket to hold it down?

I didn't attach the IHS with anything. I just put very carefully the cpu with the IHS on it in the socket (the MOBO was horizontal) and the retention bracket does enough presure for holding it down. The LQP is supposed to "glue" after some curing time. But i'm not moving the CPU from the bracket for a long time, so I cant confirm this last info.
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yeah thanks whats i ended up doing too.

but i think i'll go bare die now and see if i can drop a few more degrees. biggrin.gif
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what did you use to remove the glue from the PCB? im planning on doing this in a couple days tongue.gif thanks for the info thumb.gif
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