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Does de-lidding lower voltage needed to achieve certain clocks?
For example, i need 1.3~v for 4.6 ghz. I've tried throwing even 1.43v for 4.8 but didnt help. If i delid my cpu, can i possibly get 4.8 ghz?

It does and it doesn't Mine didn't really drop any vcore but mine gets a bit fussy some times. Thats really odd you cant get 4.8 with 1.43......where was your PLL at though?
post #132 of 165
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Originally Posted by bao28 View Post

Does de-lidding lower voltage needed to achieve certain clocks?
For example, i need 1.3~v for 4.6 ghz. I've tried throwing even 1.43v for 4.8 but didnt help. If i delid my cpu, can i possibly get 4.8 ghz?

A little. Mainly due to lower temps you may be able to get a higher OC. I do not think you can reduce voltage though. Others may know better.
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post #133 of 165
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A little. Mainly due to lower temps you may be able to get a higher OC. I do not think you can reduce voltage though. Others may know better.

Indeed, some people see that they require a little less voltage for their highest overclocks, but for most people it makes no difference. Temps might also affect power consumption if the difference in temps between before and after delidding is large enough.
post #134 of 165
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Actually I've been using the exact same pressure and I thought about this ahead I didnt get rid of all the glue I left a little bit there for some cushion.
Thanks Axi for that chart!
Also would you guys like it if I make a chart for people who have delidded and make this thread official?

I know it's a bit late in the game to ask, but are there any websites showing an increase in FPS from 4.5GHz and 5GHz plus?
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I know it's a bit late in the game to ask, but are there any websites showing an increase in FPS from 4.5GHz and 5GHz plus?

Technically and theoretically yes their should be since when you overclock the cpu you over clock the on board gpu in the chip as well. if you are using the hd 4000 that is though. (on board gpu's name) I haven't really seen any charts but I'm sure that it would increase them somewhat I mean overclocking is overclocking thumb.gif
post #136 of 165
Hey guys, was reading the various threads on delidding so i gave it a shot on my 3770k and it went perfectly!

I am looking for some input though regarding temps, i'm running prime95 with avx small fft and temps are certainly allot better say 15-20C lower depending on the core however there is still a difference between cores 1-3 and 2-4 namely about 10C.
There's still a bit of dark staining on the pcb where the black goo was but when i run across it with my finger i dont detect any uneven spots. I wasn't really sure what i could clean that off with so i just went to see if it still worked.

Seems to me the IHS is not perfectly level on the cpu core but what do you guys think?
post #137 of 165
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Hey guys, was reading the various threads on delidding so i gave it a shot on my 3770k and it went perfectly!
I am looking for some input though regarding temps, i'm running prime95 with avx small fft and temps are certainly allot better say 15-20C lower depending on the core however there is still a difference between cores 1-3 and 2-4 namely about 10C.
There's still a bit of dark staining on the pcb where the black goo was but when i run across it with my finger i dont detect any uneven spots. I wasn't really sure what i could clean that off with so i just went to see if it still worked.
Seems to me the IHS is not perfectly level on the cpu core but what do you guys think?

I did delid without the IHS so I don't have any first hand experience remounting the IHS but from what I have read it is important to properly clean IHS and PCB so that when you put new TIM on DIE the old TIM and glue doesn't interfere with contact pressure on die.


Good luck.
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post #138 of 165
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I did delid without the IHS so I don't have any first hand experience remounting the IHS but from what I have read it is important to properly clean IHS and PCB so that when you put new TIM on DIE the old TIM and glue doesn't interfere with contact pressure on die.
Good luck.

Yeah i'm going to find out what i can use to clean of the black goo residue and next week i'll try and remount it with some liquid pro. Maybe i will have some better results ocing then or have a better handle on MSI ocing(Z77A-GD65), always been an Asus guy but wanted to try something else. Currently running prime at 4400 with 1.28v at load with the temps topping out at 73c(NH-D14), however anything above that is unstable regardless of voltage but then again i'm new to ivy bridge ocing so it seems i have to do some studying/research.

Anyways thanks for the suggestions smile.gif
post #139 of 165
I'm at 4.6GHz 1.24v. Hottest core hits almost 80c. The Liquid Ultra I ordered is taking it's time getting here. I'm eager to see how much I gain from de-lidding
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I'm at 4.6GHz 1.24v. Hottest core hits almost 80c. The Liquid Ultra I ordered is taking it's time getting here. I'm eager to see how much I gain from de-lidding
can't wait to see those results man!
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