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Batch 3227C140
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Just tried 1600 ram, 5ghz and 1.575volts, Cinebench is crashing.
Set the PLL at 1.65.

What are your max temps when running 5.0GHz? I can get a pretty stable 5.0 as long as I keep my temps below 62.
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You have to be extremely patient - I spent a good majority of 15mins trying to find one single opening - basically you have to wiggle it.
Sorry to hear about your chip frown.gif

Valguar - I will make a video of my de-lid (once i have my rig back).

Remember -> I video'ed everything I did.
I will make a commentary over it too, explaining the process and what to do.

EDIT:
Might be criminal to de-lid mum's i3...

I was trying to wiggle away but all I seemed to do is make a mark around the lid. I couldnt get under at all. I probably should have waited till the weekend to be honest. I'm going to try to get warranty on the chip. Worst they can say is no. lol Its 2 days off of a month old so maybe the store will let me and not know. lol
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Lol you'll need to glue it back together though!
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Lol you'll need to glue it back together though!

Its still together. I never did get it apart. I do have to do something with the scratches though in the board from when I got mad and rammy though. Its fortunate that my work has green as its company color and has about 30 paints that we spray on equipment to id it at job sites though. I know we will have the right shade of fake board... lol
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GRRRRR! I just learned that this iGPU has problems, waaay too many problems. The iGPU keeps on crashing during gaming and it's getting annoying!

Odd...no gpu atm right? Grab a cheapo one from fleabay, plenty of auctions. You could go with a dual gpu like a 4870x2 lol
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Its still together. I never did get it apart. I do have to do something with the scratches though in the board from when I got mad and rammy though. Its fortunate that my work has green as its company color and has about 30 paints that we spray on equipment to id it at job sites though. I know we will have the right shade of fake board... lol

Yo don't discuss those shady matters here guys...haven't you been following the thread? wink.gif
You might wanna get a flexible blade next time, gillette razor and a very thin but sturdy plastic card like a license or something.
Cut through one corner only with the razor, but curve it into a U shape, thus preventing any possibility of scratching the pcb and fitting under the tiniest gap. Then cut through the rest of the glue using a plastic object.

@Stickg1, sorry to hear about the dead Celly...they are great overclockers shame it didn't make it.
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GRRRRR! I just learned that this iGPU has problems, waaay too many problems. The iGPU keeps on crashing during gaming and it's getting annoying!

Odd...no gpu atm right? Grab a cheapo one from fleabay, plenty of auctions. You could go with a dual gpu like a 4870x2 lol

I've learned that buying from eBay is nothing but trouble... frown.gif If only it was reliable, I think it'd be best to just wait a bit longer and only watch movies and browse the internet. I'll probably just play on my xbox.
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I've learned that buying from eBay is nothing but trouble... frown.gif If only it was reliable, I think it'd be best to just wait a bit longer and only watch movies and browse the internet. I'll probably just play on my xbox.

Depending on what you buy...I know a guy who's selling a bunch of old cards for dirt cheap. You could get one of those, and later bench them and volt mod them xD
Valgaur might buy them from ya too lol
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I've learned that buying from eBay is nothing but trouble... frown.gif If only it was reliable, I think it'd be best to just wait a bit longer and only watch movies and browse the internet. I'll probably just play on my xbox.

Depending on what you buy...I know a guy who's selling a bunch of old cards for dirt cheap. You could get one of those, and later bench them and volt mod them xD
Valgaur might buy them from ya too lol

Lol, who?
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You're after the vrise! I usually try to avoid vrise & would put LLC at a setting equal to or slightly lower than the Idle. Like 1.4V idle -->1.39 - 1.4V load. Gotta watch the transient voltage spikes you can't see when on air & water & playing at high vcore.
Almost forgot about blackviper's site, that was where I learned most of my OS stripping, great guides!
The memory overclocks are mainly noticeable in benchmarks, but the performance is increased, you may not notice it the same way in daily things, but it's there. It is just harder to see without some kind of score or number at the end to compare with.

That is only speculation. 1.65V vdimm is fine with every intel ddr3 platform, & ivy is better than many with vdimm tolerance.
As Ivan points out intel says memory supported is 1600Mhz, & if asked intel tech support will say it isn't safe to overclock a cpu.

Besides, you would rip the head off your cpu for better clocks, but think twice about feeding the memory a bit of voltage?
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either way I prefer to Overclock much differently than most people and I like it that way more than the normal way tongue.gif
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LOL I didn't mean you!!!

To late now FtW is getting himself ready! biggrin.gif
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GRRRRR! I just learned that this iGPU has problems, waaay too many problems. The iGPU keeps on crashing during gaming and it's getting annoying!

why use the igpu?
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Well tonight is a huge piss off! I decided to hell with it I am tired of waiting and want to play. So I set out to rip the lid off of my 3570k. It all looked simple enough to do. I started trying to get the blade to slide under the lid and just could not get under it for the life of me. I spent about half an hour going around it trying to find a gap in the bloody thing with no luck at all. Then I saw one of my small pin removal tools that looked as it would help get under to start this along. It did not. At that point I got mad and rammy and now my cpu is a paper weight. frown.gif Lesson learned not to do stuff after work when I'm already having no patience. I'm not turned away from this idea though and will try again with my new one. lol I have read a few of the guides all over the net about this but still didnt help me. Any advice anyone can give on getting the bloody knife in to start this? Are some of the lids tighter then others? Mine had no gap at all around the thing. So mad at myself right now. I hate this other computer and well already miss mine. Bah!!

Show us some pictures..... Also that's extremely rare that you find a chip that has no space, especially how the glue is on Ivy bridge. give us some more info and we can dig into this one.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

You have to be extremely patient - I spent a good majority of 15mins trying to find one single opening - basically you have to wiggle it.
Sorry to hear about your chip frown.gif

Valguar - I will make a video of my de-lid (once i have my rig back).

Remember -> I video'ed everything I did.
I will make a commentary over it too, explaining the process and what to do.

EDIT:
Might be criminal to de-lid mum's i3...

I am thinking about delidding it this weekend...... been tempted enough for a while now and I hate having a 70C exhaust pipe for folding. So I wont be making much of a video since my lappy is gone but I will be taking lots of pictures. I'd still really like to make a video thoguh as I am the Captain here..... I need a webcam.
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I was using one like this one in the pic. I thought it was thin enough to get under anything.

Now thats whats odd..... hmmm
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Depending on what you buy...I know a guy who's selling a bunch of old cards for dirt cheap. You could get one of those, and later bench them and volt mod them xD
Valgaur might buy them from ya too lol

PM me and I'll see what he has and what monies I can scrape up lol. tongue.gif
post #11850 of 33576
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Odd...no gpu atm right? Grab a cheapo one from fleabay, plenty of auctions. You could go with a dual gpu like a 4870x2 lol
Yo don't discuss those shady matters here guys...haven't you been following the thread? wink.gif
You might wanna get a flexible blade next time, gillette razor and a very thin but sturdy plastic card like a license or something.
Cut through one corner only with the razor, but curve it into a U shape, thus preventing any possibility of scratching the pcb and fitting under the tiniest gap. Then cut through the rest of the glue using a plastic object.

@Stickg1, sorry to hear about the dead Celly...they are great overclockers shame it didn't make it.

It might still work but do I have to scrape all the solder off? I don't really feel the need to use it though, I have a Q6600 now and that computer is more for the kids to use so I don't have to share my computer. They could care less if Dad has their Q6600 OC'd to 4.0GHz or not, lol. They just want to play SpongeBob
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