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I am brave now - but if you noticed from the video: at the time my hands were shaking - and by the end of it I had wet gloves lol.

Hahaha - I saw that at the beginning before it was sped up! I'd be the same though!!

Well I have it settled at a -0.03 offset at 4.3GHz and the CPUTIN is 42deg and the cores don't exceed 70 deg. This has been stable now overnight and I'll see what it looks like after work. I have just ordered some Arctic 5 paste and I shall look at delidding over the weekend.

Just one thing that concerns me. If the IHT glue is removed, will that alter the height of the chip and hence make the contact between chip and water block less effective? I saw a youtube clip of someone who had totally got rid of the IHT and just put the water block directly onto the bare cores. He had to remove the levered part that clips the chip onto the mobo and the chip was held in place by the pressure of the waterblock. His temps were insanely low. Watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MubcrQE9rx0

It doesn't show exactly what he did - just the result of what he did!
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I'm using Very High LLC, should I put it down to High LLC?
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You can try it. When I did that it reduced my Vcore fractionally with everything else the same (and thus the temps).
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Hahaha - I saw that at the beginning before it was sped up! I'd be the same though!!

Well I have it settled at a -0.03 offset at 4.3GHz and the CPUTIN is 42deg and the cores don't exceed 70 deg. This has been stable now overnight and I'll see what it looks like after work. I have just ordered some Arctic 5 paste and I shall look at delidding over the weekend.

Just one thing that concerns me. If the IHT glue is removed, will that alter the height of the chip and hence make the contact between chip and water block less effective? I saw a youtube clip of someone who had totally got rid of the IHT and just put the water block directly onto the bare cores. He had to remove the levered part that clips the chip onto the mobo and the chip was held in place by the pressure of the waterblock. His temps were insanely low. Watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MubcrQE9rx0

It doesn't show exactly what he did - just the result of what he did!

First of all - refund that AS5 - get something like MX2/MX4 - AS5 is very out-dated, and doesn't perform as well as other pastes out there now.

Now for the glue - the whole point of delliding is to get rid of the space between the ihs and the die - yet you want to make sure there something liquid enough protecting metal to metal contact. Thus you have something like CLU in there.
If you put "normal" paste in there, then you'll see no temp difference.

As for the waterblock - it has nothing to do with it - it does make the height a LITTLE different, but not to the point that it will effect waterblock/coolers.
If you go DIRECT DIE - then yes, as you won't have an IHS between your waterblock and die (extremely dangerous btw).
Ah yes - that video - direct die - temps get better, but it is dangerous.
Too much pressure on the die, you damage the CPU.
Too little pressure, temps aren't good.
Not enough paste/ wrong application bad temps.

If you get it right though - amazing temps.
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I'm using Very High LLC, should I put it down to High LLC?

depends on your chip.
You have to check your voltage depending on what you got in the bios in CPU-Z.
by that i mean:
inputting 1.25v in bios
you should hope to get 1.25v in cpu-z (ideally) - you doin't want to be overshooting by much ie: 1.27v nor want to be falling short by a lot ie. 1.23v
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 9/3/13 at 6:25am
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AS5 for me can be bought locally at my local Radio Shack for $8 on a Sunday if needed.
yes there are better products then AS5 but you can't go wrong with AS5 as long as your not delidding with it.
I always say get AS5 or better but that's not the reason I'm saying this and I agree since your ordering paste on-line then get something better.
but AS5 will always be a safe choice.
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Can someone tell me what I can do to lower my CPU temp?

My i5 3570k is currently overclocked to 4.4GHZ with a manual Vcore of 1.26v (CPU-Z Displays 1.28v)
I’m using exactly OP (Swag Guide) settings in my BIOS, Prime95 Blend hits 91C, Intel Burn Maximum Test hits 101C, BF3 and other games hit 75-80C.
I can’t lower Vcore since it will become unstable, should I try lowering CPU PLL Voltage from 1.7 to 1.65 or 1.6? Or what else can I do?
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Can someone tell me what I can do to lower my CPU temp?

My i5 3570k is currently overclocked to 4.4GHZ with a manual Vcore of 1.26v (CPU-Z Displays 1.28v)
I’m using exactly OP (Swag Guide) settings in my BIOS, Prime95 Blend hits 91C, Intel Burn Maximum Test hits 101C, BF3 and other games hit 75-80C.
I can’t lower Vcore since it will become unstable, should I try lowering CPU PLL Voltage from 1.7 to 1.65 or 1.6? Or what else can I do?

you only got a few options:
1. Lower your OC, thus lower your vcore
2. GET A BETTER COOLER
3. Delid your CPU
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To my fellow Asus P8Z77-V LK users, there is a new BIOS update came out (09/02/2013) version 1104. I hope this post is OK since it's not purely related to Asus overclocking guide but it may probably help on having compatibility issues with memory modules like mine. smile.gif
    
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To my fellow Asus P8Z77-V LK users, there is a new BIOS update came out (09/02/2013) version 1104. I hope this post is OK since it's not purely related to Asus overclocking guide but it may probably help on having compatibility issues with memory modules like mine. smile.gif

Thanks for that: I'm not having memory compatibility issues, but for some reason my rig does crash out of a specific game still, even with the most recent update!
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you only got a few options:
1. Lower your OC, thus lower your vcore
2. GET A BETTER COOLER
3. Delid your CPU

TD.,
been running my rig since yesterday(1614 PM) at 4.5GHz with no problems so far. The highest indicated temp is 87' C, so within the range by 8'C. Vcore is staying at 1.224 V (1.296 V) being its highest, so also still not reached 1.3 V.
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