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Just need a tube to wrap on the arm and you're good to go! I bet if you actually inject that into you, you will be going to dreamland in 5 minutes... Pure liquid metal in your body...

lol..this is a funny delid club story, dont remember his name atm..
but one day a member came into our thread, saying,

"guys guys, i accidentally injected liquid pro into my thumb, am i gonna die!!'

i was like wth, how did he manage to do that,
but like always i tried to find a answer, to help out,
did some searching on gallium etc, seems we have a little bit of gallium in
our body's anyways,
'Gallium is an element found in the body, but it occurs in a very small amount.'
and its used in the medical world also,
'A gallium scan is a test that uses a radioactive material called gallium to look for swelling (inflammation), infection'
so i could ease his worries with the info i got,
thought it was very funny tho ...lol

Yea, radioactive isotope scanning. As it traverses through your blood, they can detect for clots, tumors, abnormal growths, abnormal tissue behaviors. tongue.gif All that good stuff, pretty common in cancer treatments where they want to find where the cancer decided to hop to next. tongue.gif Although, injected gallium (heavy metal) will result in an abnormal reaction between the other metals in your body such as the iron in your blood or the hydrogen in your system, causing you to go into shock. The most likely outcome of intaking a large amount of heavy metals would be brain/neuro failure though.
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Finally got around to de-lidding my 3770K, and all I can say is eek.gif!! This isn't a very good chip, but since it was my first time de-lidding, I figured if I messed it up, I could get another chip and try the silicon lottery again. The IHS TIM was replaced with Coollaboratory Liquid Pro. Highest core temp dropped by 25°C and average core temps dropped by over 26°C.

Core i7 3770K
4.6 GHz, 1.35V
Corsair H80 with GT AP-15s in push/pull
Prolimatech PK-3 between the IHS and the H80


Before - ambient temp 20°C



After - ambient temp 21°C
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Finally got around to de-lidding my 3770K, and all I can say is eek.gif!! This isn't a very good chip, but since it was my first time de-lidding, I figured if I messed it up, I could get another chip and try the silicon lottery again. The IHS TIM was replaced with Coollaboratory Liquid Pro. Highest core temp dropped by 25°C and average core temps dropped by over 26°C.

Core i7 3770K
4.6 GHz, 1.35V
Corsair H80 with GT AP-15s in push/pull
Prolimatech PK-3 between the IHS and the H80


Before - ambient temp 20°C Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


After - ambient temp 21°C Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

gratz on the successful delid dkim1359 thumb.gif

pls try follow the "official" format as good as possible to join da club wink.gif
amazing those tempdrops after delid, and using the right tim right ...lol


Now for the requirements to join the club are as follows. Post a picture of you delidded chip and write your OCN name on a piece or something of the like. For those already running delidded chips and don't feel like taking them out and re-installing I understand so take a picture that you most likely took when you delidded it and use what every program you'd like to put your name somewhere on the picture.

For the layout of the chart and what I want for submissions to be accepted.

OCN name:
CPU:
on die-TIM:
ihs-TIM:
Mhz gained:
OC after delid:
Temp drops:
CPU-Z validation of max OC:

You must submit your temp drop by following this format for research!
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In Australia? I heard it's really bad there in terms of auto crime... Yea, like a learners' permit, where you need an adult with you. It's a 2012 GMC Terrain SLT.

Yeah in Australia.. You mean like people breaking into cars? Yeah it only happened once when I left it at a mates, they tried to get in but the Audi was no match for their screwdriver, it must have shattered inside the lock because half of it is in the lock and there's a small scratch in the paint next to the lock. I'm getting it fixed after 3-4 months, I got quoted $120 to fix it! frown.gif

And the other side.. Well I locked my keys in my car an hour and a half drive away from home (Doing 80kp/h sucks), so anyway it was outside a mates place and we tried a piece of wire and it disengaged the handle from the lock apparently, so when I eventually got a spare key sent up the lock opened but the handle didn't open the door.
 
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meh



Nice fan controller, I have one of those too.

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STOP POSTING! Everytime I see your avatar, I fall in love again. frown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.giffrown.gif

Maybe I'm too old, but that girl looks like shes 12 and not attractive to me.

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I got one of those cingy congs at home.. Make up does wonders.. my wife is not wearing any in this pic however..



hmmm demon eyes..





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post #10616 of 33670
I did some quick testing with my delidded 3770K. When I bumped the multi to x48 I was already at 1.380 vcore so I dropped the hyperthreading. I'll play some more when I get time and figure out how much vcore I want to push.
This is in my backup rig, Switch 810, D5/Raystorm/RX360/EX240, Ambient about 23c.

post #10617 of 33670
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I did some quick testing with my delidded 3770K. When I bumped the multi to x48 I was already at 1.380 vcore so I dropped the hyperthreading. I'll play some more when I get time and figure out how much vcore I want to push.
This is in my backup rig, Switch 810, D5/Raystorm/RX360/EX240, Ambient about 23c.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

looks good mandrix, why would you disable HT ?
1.3-1.45V vcore is considered safe on air/water,
i needed 1.420V vcore to make 4.8ghz run stable, no problem running it 24/7 really..
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I know there is no definite answer, but since delidding gives us much more room to increase voltage, what do you guys think is the highest vCore that is safe for a 24/7 set it and forget it? Assuming you use offset, and want the chip not to degrade noticeably within three years.
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I would think it would be 1.45v
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I know there is no definite answer, but since delidding gives us much more room to increase voltage, what do you guys think is the highest vCore that is safe for a 24/7 set it and forget it? Assuming you use offset, and want the chip not to degrade noticeably within three years.

Noone knows mate, answers range from 1.45 to 1.55 and Intel have not given a clear answer themselves.

Personally I run at 1.3 24/7 (4.8Ghz) and 1.55-1.60 when benching.
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