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I'm tempted to RMA....but then re-de-lid rolleyes.gif

Whatever you do - be extremely careful on that right hand side.

Ok Thanks for the heads up TD! thumb.gif
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4.6ghz@1.375vcore (extreme llc, fast vcore response and extreme perf pwm phase).

On the 25th hour I got 1 error on worker 2 (rounding error). Better than failing at hour 19 i guess, though a failure is a failure. maybe just turning up llc to extreme is an increase in vcore thats why similar results of 1.375 pwm phase at extreme performance, fast vcore voltage response, and extreme llc, vs 1.4v all at auto but turbo on llc.
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I'm going to post my own thread (for my own collection) - about my de-lidding.
Here are my pictures I took today:

IBT pictures:
CLU (Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra) de-lid max temp: 72c (Click to show)

ARCTIC MX-2 de-lid max temp: 82c (Click to show)
No de-lid max temp: 91c (Click to show)

Rounded temp drop of around 20c: De-lid + CLU over stock, worth it? Yes, but be cautious of that IMC


CLU application
Damaged (Click to show)





Extremely small damage as you can see - but made all the difference with the RAM...I can only run slots 3 and 4. Pins on the board are perfectly fine. No paper is used in-between the IHS and PCB. Tried different combinations of RAM and also different mounts (no cooler full pressure vs no cooler with half pressue vs cooler vs cooler at half tightness)


Cleaning the IHS & PCB & Die:

I used Arctic Clean - absolutely excellent. I highly suggest it, as it is not only cheap, but also gets rid of CLU that even managed to find itself on my desk. Without the Arctic Clean, I wouldn't have been able to get rid of some CLU residue on my desk and PCB (by the die)!
Clean, mean and unseen! (Click to show)







CLU on and looking sexy!

CLU application is extremely easy, but you have to have A LOT OF PATIENCE. It took me a good 20 minutes to do both the under of the IHS and the die. What happened for me: I couldn't get the CLU to come out at a slow and controlled pace - more so when i tried dabbing the syringe on the die, it wouldn't "drop" - so I took my brush, dabbed it into the CLU syrings, and had CLU on the brush instead.
Barely anything was on the brush. I dabbed it once for the die, and dabbed it twice for the under of the IHS. It took a good while applying it on the IHS - but once it gets a "little warm" then it spreads with greater ease!
Pics or it didn't happen! (Click to show)













Final application of the CPU on the socket with MX-2 on the IHS itself (small dot method used)
Y SO SEXY!? (Click to show)








I hope this post will help someone is a few respects:
1. You CAN screw up your CPU with the SLIGHTEST scratch. My friend after seeing it, couldn't believe how small and HOW FAR it was from the die - caused the issue. We both asked ourselves (could it be the board that has shorted out on two slots? I'll have to try, but highly doubt that)
2. Temperatures were 20c better - you can judge how good or bad that is. Personally 20c is enough for the fans not to RAMP up to max 100% load. Meaning I can fold and go to bed in even MORE silence. CLU is a 10c improvement over MX-2, however I'm lead to believe over time MX-2 will = Stock paste. The stock paste IS NOT BAD, just the distance between IHS and die is what makes it bad. In fact if we got rid of the glue, and just had die on IHS with any paste, you would see an improvement. Maybe only by a few Celsius, but still something.
3. Using the dot or line method is recommended for the IHS - I also HIGHLY suggest using something like MX-2 over CLU ON THE IHS - if you ever want those markings to stay in tact.
4. Use CLU on the die and under the IHS - VERY SMALL AMOUNT - you shouldn't even go through more than 1/10th of what's given. If you have used any more - then that's way too much.
5. Take your time, have patience, realise the costs and benefit of de-lidding. I did it out of curiosity and got EXTREMELY unlucky, as the MOST important part of the PCB (right side is the IMC) got scratched. If it was the bottom (iGPU) or a little more on the outer edge, then it wouldn't have mattered.
6. Make sure you are wearing Latex gloves and/or an anti-static wrist band. It is quite safe to deal with the CPU, but better be safe than sorry.
7. De-lid on a SOFT surface - I used my mouse mat - but when placing down the CPU on somewhere, make sure it is a non-static place -> my desk made out of wood and/or on a latex glove.

I have found this experience very interesting and intriguing. Now I know the benefits and costs of de-lidding, first hand.

EDIT:
Here's my thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1357638/my-i7-3770k-de-lidding-adventure
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 2/5/13 at 6:28pm
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I really dislike IBT for temp testing, in my experiences it isn't consistent and causes plateaus. I mean it's linpack or whatever, it's like 7 different tests. I mean I always get a fluctuation of up to 10*C in different tests, even different ibt runs. It does make your core hot, or at least hotter then blend, but not hot enough or consistent enough.

I think the best way to test for temps is priority 10/above normal p95 with custom small fft test, min 8 max 8 length. You'll get 100% accurate temps, what you get in 15 minutes is going to be the same as 1 hour as 10 hours, as today or yesterday. I tend to get hotter on fft8 than ibt, and ibt has that plateauing, ie temp graph looks like a stair master.

The important thing when temp testing though, is being consistent. Running a single test. And ibt is not consistent, i mean it's just as consistent as p95 blend, which will give you 70*C on 400+ fft length and then 95*c on 8fft and 60 on like 2000.

Why don't you use CLU on your IHS?

You should try and find your max stable overclock before RMAing by the way. Avoiding the moral quandry of ripping intel off and committing fraud (not to be judgemental, i mean its whatever, look at the os im using lol), if you happen to have a golden chip I'd much rather have that than the dud I currently have which requires over 1.4vcore for just 4.6ghz (wow... 4.5ghz @1.4vcore is basically my max overclock, and i havent even stress tested 4.5, maybe i can only do 4.4!).

Rep, thanks for the pics. I love when people take the time to post so much stuff like you did, definitely repworthy.
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

I really dislike IBT for temp testing, in my experiences it isn't consistent and causes plateaus. I mean it's linpack or whatever, it's like 7 different tests. I mean I always get a fluctuation of up to 10*C in different tests, even different ibt runs. It does make your core hot, or at least hotter then blend, but not hot enough or consistent enough.

I think the best way to test for temps is priority 10/above normal p95 with custom small fft test, min 8 max 8 length. You'll get 100% accurate temps, what you get in 15 minutes is going to be the same as 1 hour as 10 hours, as today or yesterday. I tend to get hotter on fft8 than ibt, and ibt has that plateauing, ie temp graph looks like a stair master.

The important thing when temp testing though, is being consistent. Running a single test. And ibt is not consistent, i mean it's just as consistent as p95 blend, which will give you 70*C on 400+ fft length and then 95*c on 8fft and 60 on like 2000.

Why don't you use CLU on your IHS?

You should try and find your max stable overclock before RMAing by the way. Avoiding the moral quandry of ripping intel off and committing fraud (not to be judgemental, i mean its whatever, look at the os im using lol), if you happen to have a golden chip I'd much rather have that than the dud I currently have which requires over 1.4vcore for just 4.6ghz (wow... 4.5ghz @1.4vcore is basically my max overclock, and i havent even stress tested 4.5, maybe i can only do 4.4!).

Rep, thanks for the pics. I love when people take the time to post so much stuff like you did, definitely repworthy.

First of all - ABSOLUTELY agree about IBT.
That's why I let it fold for a little and then re-ran IBT - thus the HIGHER CLU de-lid temps.
If you really want to know your max temp: prime 95 is child's play. Try F@H hehe! I know my temps are better, around 20c better, but that's why I said rounded to 20c.

As for OC'ing: I don't see the need or want to go over 4.5ghz - that was never my intention. My intention was to get LOWER temps whilst folding.
Finally for the voltage, I'm at 1.27v stable 24/7 folding @ 4.5ghz smile.gif
If you're interested to buy my chip...then that's something else biggrin.gif!

And thanks very much for the rep - check out my thread, you might like it even more, as that's ALL the info and pictures I've ever had for de-lidding all in one place!

PS. I'm in two minds about RMA'ing it. I love my chip and hate fraud (been a recent victim of fraud myself, it isn't pleasant). If ONLY I could run it on dual channel I would be happy. Even in the future if 8GB's don't "cut it" I could easily do 2x 16GB or 2x 8GB

EDIT:
Here's temps after around 20mins folding with BOINC -just goes to show about how I agree of IBT with you. Thing is IBT is the best way to quickly understand your temps. If you realistically want to know - try either what you said: Prime95 for a given amount of hours, or try folding for around 2hrs using F@H as that pushed my temps the most.

Edited by Totally Dubbed - 2/5/13 at 6:55pm
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I'd keep it and save for a new one, then delid that one if it's a good sample (otherwise return and exchange) with the plastic card after cutting the 4 corners with REALLY good accuracy and a sharp thin razor (if it bends it's better cause you can do an U shape with it and it will only cut through the glue absolutely avoiding the pcb).
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TD are you sure your temp and vcore readings a correct ? I get 72 after 6 hours prime and IBT runs at 5 ghz and 1.464 v.
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TD are you sure your temp and vcore readings a correct ? I get 72 after 6 hours prime and IBT runs at 5 ghz and 1.464 v.

Mine are absolutely correct.
I've always questioned my Antec 920 though...
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Big update. I got my liquid ultra in the mail and tonight I lapped my ihs and replace the as5 with liquid ultra. Val When you get a chance can you update the cahrt to reflect my new data biggrin.gif
On IHS: Liquid ultra
On Die: Liquid ultra
temps all based on IBT max stress after 10 runs at 4.6 ghz 3770k
Temp difference between hottest cores predelid to liquid ultra delid is 22 degrees! huge difference. Heres a ton of picsd of lapping and temps


Super concave

After 600 grit

After 1200 grit

Ultra on the die

Ultra on the IHS

Pre delid hottest core 84

AS5 on the die before almost immediate pump out and stock temps

And the best one, liquid ultra on the die and IHS hottest core 62 degrees !!!!
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Thanks everyone for keeping my hopes up on the liquid ultra !!!
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^^^^^

Nice job thumb.gif






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Mine are absolutely correct.
I've always questioned my Antec 920 though...

I think you are right . Just done a test at your settings.




But don't go on my temps a member have commented that they are 10 degrees to high for a custom loop
Edited by martinhal - 2/5/13 at 9:17pm
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