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post #1481 of 4012
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Here is a LINK to a video showing what it is, how its done, and the temp difference

Thanks. So basically, that metal cover on the CPU is removed, leaving the CPU chip bare and out in the open, and then your waterblock/heatsink will directly touch the CPU chip as opposed to touching the "lid"?
post #1482 of 4012
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Here is a LINK to a video showing what it is, how its done, and the temp difference

I could never trust my self to delid my CPU but that's very cool.
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post #1483 of 4012
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Thanks. So basically, that metal cover on the CPU is removed, leaving the CPU chip bare and out in the open, and then your waterblock/heatsink will directly touch the CPU chip as opposed to touching the "lid"?

It depends, no need for running direct die, too risky. You're better off lapping the IHS on both sides and replacing the stock thermal paste with a liquid metal tim (100% gallium like Coollaboratory Liquid Pro or Phobya metal grease)
post #1484 of 4012
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Thanks. So basically, that metal cover on the CPU is removed, leaving the CPU chip bare and out in the open, and then your waterblock/heatsink will directly touch the CPU chip as opposed to touching the "lid"?

Intel used not so good quality thermal paste, the bigger problem is the gap between the die and the IHS being to much of a gap. Removing the old thermal paste and the glue decrease that gap being the die and IHS closer together, using Cool Laboratory Liquid Pro. (1) you are making the gap smaller between the die and IHS, and (2) you are using much higher quality thermal paste dropping temps by quite a lot!
post #1485 of 4012
So, I decided to flash a newer bios using ROG Connect, cause I narrowed the issue to a corrupted bios chip. (see my previous post where I thought my g620 died)
I tried booting with my 3770k (which used to give post code 00) and got the same strange behavior: fan starts and stops immediately and system shuts off.
Anyone had this problem when fooling around with bclk?

*MVG owner btw
post #1486 of 4012
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So, I decided to flash a newer bios using ROG Connect, cause I narrowed the issue to a corrupted bios chip. (see my previous post where I thought my g620 died)
I tried booting with my 3770k (which used to give post code 00) and got the same strange behavior: fan starts and stops immediately and system shuts off.
Anyone had this problem when fooling around with bclk?
*MVG owner btw

Is it too late to RMA? Sounds like something is wrong with the board.

Edit: spelling.
Edited by ANDMYGUN - 1/3/13 at 7:36pm
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post #1487 of 4012
So, my build was working completely fine for about a week, then I had to go out of town for two weeks
when I returnee, my PC took a looong time to load into windows (strange because I had it on an ssd running fine)
then I restarted, and now its not booting to windows at all, even with only the ssd plugged in. The bootLED light is on, indicating a problem with the boot drive
but I've tried 3 hard drives, no hard drives, only the disc drive, still the same thing. Any idea what it could be?
fwiw Its an Asus maximus v formula booting a 3770k on a Samsung 820 128gb.
/e the qcode is stuck on A2, which according to the manual is IDE DETECT
Edited by TGTBATQ - 1/3/13 at 7:41pm
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post #1488 of 4012
Hi

can i join the club?


http://valid.canardpc.com/2568495

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and my rig

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IMG_0009-1_zpsa2364ddb.jpg

thanks
post #1489 of 4012
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Thank you Mods.
Edited by ANDMYGUN - 1/4/13 at 6:42am
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post #1490 of 4012
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Hi
can i join the club?
http://valid.canardpc.com/2568495 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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and my rig Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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thanks

Welcome to the club, very nice rig.
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