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Might be OK. I do mine so that it is even, but not on top of, the gold dots - but real real close to them to make sure I am not on the black rectangle.

Try a bit closer to them....

I sure hope this works better for you bud....
I have this one running and temps look to be about what I had in the beginning (-10c) or so, which is very good because that is best I have done since. Will try again tomorrow.

Also, is there a way to keep the IHS from moving down when you lower the arm to lock it, or will it always move down some so you just start it a little high?

Yep. Start it a bit high and guide it into place as you close down the clamp. Try it a few times and you'll figure out where to start it. Then do it until it is right where you want it to be. Not too hard once you know what you're trying to do and try it a few times. It's mainly a problem if you are not aware that it can happen, but now that you know about it you'll figure out how to get the IHS to sit right. I just hope that it will solve your temp problem.
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I have this one running and temps look to be about what I had in the beginning (-10c) or so, which is very good because that is best I have done since. Will try again tomorrow.

Also, is there a way to keep the IHS from moving down when you lower the arm to lock it, or will it always move down some so you just start it a little high?
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How does the IHS stay sat on the pcb after the glue is removed? Does it stay ontop of the die loose only held together by the thermal compound? I'm guessing this would affect resale values as well whether good or bad..
Thread sure got's me thinking about it, thinking.gif

i wrote something about it , its in the "[Official] Delidded Ivy Bridge Club" page 1 smile.gif

i quote

"one tip after you done delidding and putting your processor back,
we noticed, that if you put down the bracket again, the IHS will slide a bit forward,

it will do so whatever tim you use,
except if you use a new/other adhesive/glue also

The trick is to start a bit more to the back when placing the IHS back, i think about 0.5- 1mm will do..
lower the load plate until it sits loosely on the top of the CPU package, check if its all good
Now lower it careful until you can snap it under
the stub holder on the side of the socket.
Lowering the lever takes a bit of force because you are compressing the load plate,
which in turn forces the CPU down tightly on the landing pins.

i held it with my finger in the middle if the IHS, but dont forget to clean it again
after youre done(fingerprints)

really, i tried to move it with a screwdriver afterwards, but could not move it,
so you have to get it right, before the lever is under the stub.."

end quote

if youre thinking about it, maybe you should read up some more over at the delidded club ..lol thumb.gif
and ask if you want to know more, or if you cant find a answer on page 1 wink.gif

if youre just done cutting through the adhesive,
in most cases, you need to twist and pull(a bit) to get the ihs off,
im guessing other tim's will do the same, having a bit of a glue effect..


to lazy to write today..lol copy/past it is biggrin.gif


is it me, or is the ihs a bit skew already on this pic?

Edited by VonDutch - 2/3/13 at 1:49am
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Man I'm tired.

Successfully delidded my 3570k. It was a little more difficult than I expected, a few scruff marks on the pcb (nothing that couldn't be wiped off really. I took video, pictures, took me like an hour to get through. The first side was really the hardest, it was just really hard to slip it in. I ran p95 for 30 minutes beforehand too, on 4.7@1.5v so it'd be running 90-95*C, but by the time I took off the cooler (i made a small scuff on the ihs and hsf mount ;/ ) and cleaned off the paste and all i dont think it made a difference.

Used pk3/pk3, think I'm looking at around around 15*c temp drop. I was planning to just delid right away but i had to bin 2 3570ks I had, they were about 100mhz apart and it wasn't like one chip was way better (its like 100mhz difference in where one just failed in p95 after 5 minutes, could boot but instant fail in p95, and then not boot so it was complicated) so I have a lot of info on temps at various voltages and stuff.

I think i may get a higher overclock out of this too, as both chips were failing a lot around 4.9, 5ghz, which requires 1.55+ voltage to do and would push temps at 95*C+ (at 1.5v i'd stay under 95*C load).
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Man I'm tired.

Successfully delidded my 3570k. It was a little more difficult than I expected, a few scruff marks on the pcb (nothing that couldn't be wiped off really. I took video, pictures, took me like an hour to get through. The first side was really the hardest, it was just really hard to slip it in. I ran p95 for 30 minutes beforehand too, on 4.7@1.5v so it'd be running 90-95*C, but by the time I took off the cooler (i made a small scuff on the ihs and hsf mount ;/ ) and cleaned off the paste and all i dont think it made a difference.

Used pk3/pk3, think I'm looking at around around 15-25*C temp drop. I was planning to just delid right away but i had to bin 2 3570ks I had, they were about 100mhz apart and it wasn't like one chip was way better (its like 100mhz difference in where one just failed in p95 after 5 minutes, could boot but instant fail in p95, and then not boot so it was complicated) so I have a lot of info on temps at various voltages and stuff.

I think i may get a higher overclock out of this too, as both chips were failing a lot around 4.9, 5ghz, which requires 1.55+ voltage to do and would push temps at 95*C+ (at 1.5v i'd stay under 95*C load).




"a few scruff marks on the pcb "

nothing to bad i hope?
time to upload pic's etc smile.gif
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The results are looking very good for the direct die mount. I got a 7 to 8 degree decrease in my hottest core temperature. This is in addition to the 10 degree decrease that I already gained from delidding. In addition to lower temperatures, I was also able to reduce my VCore by 0.020V and still run at the same speed. For my test configuration, I set my VCore to the lowest value required to pass 10 passes of Intel Burn test at the standard setting.

Disclaimer: Don't try this at home unless you are prepared to tell your son you bricked his computer.biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Very nice, you're looking at an additional 7.75c drop on average.
Pretty cool for water coolers...I wouldn't try it with Swiftech blocks, or AIO's cause they have mounting mechanisms that stop automatically once you reach the optimum contact pressure (which is at IHS level)...hence bad or no contact withuot ihs.
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I ran into that before, switching from a mobo with 100% default cpu fan speed to a board that was auto at default with an aircooler. Didn't really get why it was running hotter at the same clocks & voltage until I noticed the fan getting louder.

Liquid helium would be fun. I asked about the pricing once & 10x the cost of ln2, would make for some expensive fun.
Bit of ln2 action last night, testing a couple 3770ks for one that did decent in 3d11 physics & gave cinebench a run as well with the better one (cpu kinda sucked on air, but does alright cold).

61ghz11_zps99abf5c8.jpg
61ghzcine_zpse18f0a4c.jpg

Just need to get the gpu tested tonight & freeze it all together for the score.

Cool! Any 580 to freeze? Or 7970's? You said 11...
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Do the tiny dot method and then take a pic. Too much can go wrong with the spread method, it's hard to tell.


So I asked my HVAC guy about setting up a phase change system. I was explaining why you need to cool computer components because a PC enthusiast he is not. So not knowing anything about extreme cooling for PCs this is what he said...

"Couldn't you just somehow make a block that is connected with hoses to a radiator and a pump and just fill it with water, if you get enough air to go through the radiator it should cool the parts really well"

So I told him that's pretty much what is being done already, and is very common. I just want to do with a condenser. But then he had the idea of replacing the water with Glycol because it has much smaller molecules than water so might cool more effectively. Anyone ever use Glycol?

That guy has some smarts lol, but the glycol part doesn't work like that. It's better for water chillers or aio's but distilled performs better for regular water.
Slap him and make him mod an AC unit into a phase one, all he's gotta do is replace the evaporator with a cold plate and calibrate the unit properly. He knows how already...
Oh, and you gotta figure out a way to go below the temp control limit, which will be warmer than 0c lol
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justanoldman, do you see the black rectangular thing at the bottom of the PCB that the IHS is on top of? That is rasied up higher than the rest of the PCB, and if your IHS rides up onto it when you clamp it down (like it shows to be in these pics), then that will lift you IHS off of your die enough to mess up your temps.

Try to remount your IHS - hold it steady as you clamp it down - so that it is not on top of the black area at the bottom of the pic.

That's probably your problem.....I hope! smile.gif

+1, Hold the ihs in place with your finger whilst clamping the latch down, and avoid touching those gold pins when placing the ihs higher up on the pcb.
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Man I'm tired.

Successfully delidded my 3570k. It was a little more difficult than I expected, a few scruff marks on the pcb (nothing that couldn't be wiped off really. I took video, pictures, took me like an hour to get through. The first side was really the hardest, it was just really hard to slip it in. I ran p95 for 30 minutes beforehand too, on 4.7@1.5v so it'd be running 90-95*C, but by the time I took off the cooler (i made a small scuff on the ihs and hsf mount ;/ ) and cleaned off the paste and all i dont think it made a difference.

Used pk3/pk3, think I'm looking at around around 15*c temp drop. I was planning to just delid right away but i had to bin 2 3570ks I had, they were about 100mhz apart and it wasn't like one chip was way better (its like 100mhz difference in where one just failed in p95 after 5 minutes, could boot but instant fail in p95, and then not boot so it was complicated) so I have a lot of info on temps at various voltages and stuff.

I think i may get a higher overclock out of this too, as both chips were failing a lot around 4.9, 5ghz, which requires 1.55+ voltage to do and would push temps at 95*C+ (at 1.5v i'd stay under 95*C load).

Awesome man! Hope your imc is intact...Good luck!
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Not clear to me about the problems with getting the IHS to stay in place when mounting on the board.....I just put my finger in the middle and put the clamp into position so that the edge clamps are right in the middle of the IHS.

Anyway here is some more testing, I finally swapped my UD5H with the delidded 3770K into my SM8 since it's easier to pull out the motherboard tray if I have to access the cpu to change TIM or anything compared to the Switch 810.
This is with the Liquid Pro TIM under the IHS, and I used MX4 on the water block. I like MX4 because it's real forgiving if you screw up and apply too much.


I know IBT on Standard isn't much of a test, but I don't plan to run 4.9 24/7 anyway, I'm happy tooling along at 4.5/4.6 on a daily basis.
I used straight 1.500 vcore and Turbo LLC for this run, although it drooped to 1.48x during IBT.

I think hitting 5.0 is doable, but it would take a lot more vcore or dropping to 4 threads. Temps are certainly no problem so far. I'm not comfortable pushing any more vcore, but that's me. smile.gif

Ever since I read Idontcare's write up on Anandtech I knew I was going to delid sooner or later. After seeing our gang here at OCN having great success I knew I had to get on with it, and I'm glad I did. I've always been PO'd that this cpu ran so hot, but since I lapped it I knew it wasn't going to get RMA'd by Intel.
No worries now!
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Man I'm tired.

Successfully delidded my 3570k. It was a little more difficult than I expected, a few scruff marks on the pcb (nothing that couldn't be wiped off really. I took video, pictures, took me like an hour to get through. The first side was really the hardest, it was just really hard to slip it in. I ran p95 for 30 minutes beforehand too, on 4.7@1.5v so it'd be running 90-95*C, but by the time I took off the cooler (i made a small scuff on the ihs and hsf mount ;/ ) and cleaned off the paste and all i dont think it made a difference.

Used pk3/pk3, think I'm looking at around around 15*c temp drop. I was planning to just delid right away but i had to bin 2 3570ks I had, they were about 100mhz apart and it wasn't like one chip was way better (its like 100mhz difference in where one just failed in p95 after 5 minutes, could boot but instant fail in p95, and then not boot so it was complicated) so I have a lot of info on temps at various voltages and stuff.

I think i may get a higher overclock out of this too, as both chips were failing a lot around 4.9, 5ghz, which requires 1.55+ voltage to do and would push temps at 95*C+ (at 1.5v i'd stay under 95*C load).

Good work, lets see those pictures! And some before and after temps.
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The joys of overclocking....my corsair AX860i power supply shut down on me again. I was running some stability testing using 3DMark Vantage and when It reached the last test, it just shut down with a red light on the power supply. I don't know if it is related to the direct die mod that I did yesterday or not. The power supply comes with a USB dongle and some monitoring software, so I want to try that first before tearing down my rig. Just one problem though, the Corsair USB dongle plugs into the USB header on the motherboard, so if the power supply shuts down, how am I supposed to monitor it? It is not like they gave me a USB plug that I can connect to my laptop and monitor it that way. Anyway, I will download the software and have a go.
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I want to de-lid it now...lol
But I haven't got my replacement CLU yet frown.gif
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Can't you use some of the tube someone stepped on?
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