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As much as you feel comfortable with...if temps are good it should be relatively safe unless you go bananas and hit 1.6v+ on ambient temps. (I wouldn't go over 1.52v for 24/7...in fact I'd run stock for 24/7 and keep the high vcore and clocks for benching only) rolleyes.gif
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Folks what would you say is a feasible vcore limit? Im stable at 5gig with under 1.4v, I wouldnt mind shooting for 5.2ghz but I reckon its gonna take upwards of 1.5v.

Im thinking of getting the swiftech h220 when its out too
H220: yes.
vCore: depends on where you hit the wall. I know I need a bigger than usually jump as soon as I go over 5.0, so you have to see if that slight bump up to 5.2 is really worth it. You won't know what vCore you need until you try to stabilize it.
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Any 3rd party company's who offer this service ?

I am not a crazy over clocker but i would like to be able to push my 3770K to the max when i feel fit.

I have no desire to do this myself i would would rather leave it to a pro.
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Any 3rd party company's who offer this service ?

I am not a crazy over clocker but i would like to be able to push my 3770K to the max when i feel fit.

I have no desire to do this myself i would would rather leave it to a pro.
What are the voltage requirements for your chip? That has a lot do with whether it is wroth delidding.
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I do folding, so technically yes the extra .2ghz would be valuable, but again like others said the vcore difference seems to be alot over 5gig
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Folks what would you say is a feasible vcore limit? Im stable at 5gig with under 1.4v, I wouldnt mind shooting for 5.2ghz but I reckon its gonna take upwards of 1.5v.

Im thinking of getting the swiftech h220 when its out too

1.5v is fine.
    
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Any 3rd party company's who offer this service ?

I am not a crazy over clocker but i would like to be able to push my 3770K to the max when i feel fit.

I have no desire to do this myself i would would rather leave it to a pro.

i will do it for $229 lol... I am near microcenter. But if I fail I am just sending you back a non delidded new chip.
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What are the voltage requirements for your chip? That has a lot do with whether it is wroth delidding.

I will be honest ive been building and fixing comps for years but i never got deep in to overclocking so i just use pre set values or use another persons config.

My current board a Intel DZ77GA-70K feeds my 3770K almost 1.5V(A pre set OC) at 4.5GHz which from what i have seen is not safe over time and is way to much for that kind of OC.

I am custom water cooled so temps where never an issue i just would like to have max headroom when i do decide to heavily overclock.
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What are the voltage requirements for your chip? That has a lot do with whether it is wroth delidding.

I will be honest ive been building and fixing comps for years but i never got deep in to overclocking so i just use pre set values or use another persons config.

My current board a Intel DZ77GA-70K feeds my 3770K almost 1.5V(A pre set OC) at 4.5GHz which from what i have seen is not safe over time and is way to much for that kind of OC.

I am custom water cooled so temps where never an issue i just would like to have max headroom when i do decide to heavily overclock.

Wow yeah there's NO way you should require 1.5v for 4.5 unless your chip blows. Drop the voltage down one notch at a time, test 20 minutes with IBT. See how long you can go until it freezes crashes

Do you have 2x 360mm rads for your CPU? that's freaking awesome
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i will do it for $229 lol... I am near microcenter. But if I fail I am just sending you back a non delidded new chip.

LOL i am near MC 2 so maybe i should buy a spare chip and try it myself.
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Wow yeah there's NO way you should require 1.5v for 4.5 unless your chip blows. Drop the voltage down one notch at a time, test 20 minutes with IBT. See how long you can go until it freezes crashes

Do you have 2x 360mm rads for your CPU? that's freaking awesome

TY sir i will make some adjustments over the weekend.

No i had 2 360's cooling a 3770K and 2 GTX 670 FTW's.

I removed 1 of the 360's because i did not want it mounted externally no more so now i am running a 360/120 rad until the 900D drops then i can run dual 480 rads.
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