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Sorry I mean mx2.
Worth a try. I know it won't make much difference. But would be cool to know the difference
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you don't need to mount ihs that high. what temperatures do you get before and after ? what's the point you worry about ?
From what I have learned, the black rectangle on the PCB is now the highest part since there is no glue left. If you let the IHS rest on top of the black rectangle then it may not be laying as flat as it should. You have to mount the IHS that high to avoid being on top of the rectangle.
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I have sucessfully delidded my 3770K and I am currently stress testing a 4.5 OC using Prime95.

Once I have determined that the OC is successfull, I will post pictures and particulars.

Currently under 100% load running max tempatures of 61, 68, 64, 67 at 1.248 volts.

gratz ORAC thumb.gif
yea, we like pics and the "warstories" ...lol smile.gif
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When I get some more Ultra next week, can I try rotating the IHS 90 degrees so the notched out part is at the top?

That would be a good test to see if one side of the IHS is ending up higher, but I don't want to ruin anything if that is ill advised.
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Sorry I mean mx2.
Worth a try. I know it won't make much difference. But would be cool to know the difference

Good luck TD, take your time smile.gif
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From what I have learned, the black rectangle on the PCB is now the highest part since there is no glue left. If you let the IHS rest on top of the black rectangle then it may not be laying as flat as it should. You have to mount the IHS that high to avoid being on top of the rectangle.

I am overlapping that black rectangle a bit because I tried to mimicking a picture of a stock not delidded 3570k when putting it back into the socket. Maybe this explains my one core being 8 to 10 degrees higher than the rest. I am not gonna bother fixing it as this one core only hits aBout 80 in ibt at 5ghz. I think my cooling is plenty good for air.
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From what I have learned, the black rectangle on the PCB is now the highest part since there is no glue left. If you let the IHS rest on top of the black rectangle then it may not be laying as flat as it should. You have to mount the IHS that high to avoid being on top of the rectangle.

Well, i'm glad that worked for you but according to my experiences there's no temp difference no matter where you put ihs.
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When I get some more Ultra next week, can I try rotating the IHS 90 degrees so the notched out part is at the top?

That would be a good test to see if one side of the IHS is ending up higher, but I don't want to ruin anything if that is ill advised.

...I am wondering whether you have too many variables that changed, what with de-lid, lapping and so forth, though a 10 C drop is nothing to scoff at. Still, as you are waiting for materials anyways, I would recommend that you pick up some 'pressure paper' and put it between the IHS and the bottom of your CPU cooler (obviously no TIM and the test being done with the system powered off - apply about 80% of the final torque you would normally use).

As per previous post, I have some CPU coolers (water and air) that are slightly curved and some that are perfectly flat...pressure paper will tell you exactly what is going on re the 'fit' between the IHS and the cooler bottom - and thus help you to eliminate some variables.

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Well, i'm glad that worked for you but according to my experiences there's no temp difference no matter where you put ihs.
Sorry, maybe I was not clear. Moving the IHS did not change my temps. Rotating my cooler block helped a little though.
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Well, i'm glad that worked for you but according to my experiences there's no temp difference no matter where you put ihs.

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Sorry, maybe I was not clear. Moving the IHS did not change my temps. Rotating my cooler block helped a little though.

I would think it shouldn't affect temps, cause the IHS spins freely over the die, and doesn't really touch the pcb it seems, nor that square.
Otherwise that wouldn't be possible.
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