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Originally Posted by EPiiKK View Post

4.5 @ 1.2-1.25V is pretty usual for ivy rolleyes.gif
Exactly. What I was trying to say is that this new chip sucks, lol.
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4.5 @ 1.2-1.25V is pretty usual for ivy rolleyes.gif
My three 3770k chips:
4.5 at 1.33v
4.6 at 1.29v
4.8 at 1.29v
There is a huge variety in chips. From my experience if your VID under load is above 1.3 then it won't overclock well, and if it is below 1.2 then it will.
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I had no idea there was a video. And had a feeling I did not apply it right the second time either. But payday is coming soon and my cpu did not get destroyed while being delidding. But thanks oldman i'll go check out that video.
 
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I may have missed it in the op but how sensitive the bottom of the cpu is? Should i pay extra attention not applying pressure to the bottom?
You can definitely damage the underside of your chip, so you need to be careful. Rubber gloves are best when delidding for static and cleanliness. I did almost everything while holding the chip in one hand by the edges, so there should not be a need to put much pressure on it.
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Exactly. What I was trying to say is that this new chip sucks, lol.

Can't you return it?
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You used way too much then. From the one pic you have there you can see there is too much on the die. You should be able to get 3 or more applications total - which would be die, underside of IHS, all of the top of the IHS, and the bottom of your cooler - and do all that three times or more from one syringe of ultra.

Did you watch the video on the Coollaboratories web site? You may want to try one more time if you want to get your temps down further. You wont need to add more it sounds like, you would use the brush to remove some off the die and underside of the IHS if you used too much. I know all this because I messed up the first time and blew through my first syringe of Ultra by using too much and not being careful with it.

You don't ever apply thermal paste to both sides of a surface. It'll just create more air bubbles. You only need it on the die itself. I also keep hearing that the coollaboratory liquid pro is actually better for on die applications but it dries like solder.
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Can't you return it?

That is why most stores have such strict return policies now.

Also don't listen to what most people say on the forums. The people that do have really good chips tend to post a ton of screenshots and some people just don't stress test all that well.

Yes, 1.34v (assuming that is under prime load) is a little high for 4.5ghz but not awful.
Edited by BababooeyHTJ - 2/16/13 at 11:30am
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Exactly. What I was trying to say is that this new chip sucks, lol.

Can't you return it?

Yea, return it and buy a new one. tongue.gif Haha, I remember doing that for my 930 before.
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Can't you return it?
I probably will. I wanted to delid this time but 1.34v for 4.5ghz isn't worth the trouble. Hopefully the next chip I get will be good.
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You don't ever apply thermal paste to both sides of a surface. It'll just create more air bubbles. You only need it on the die itself. I also keep hearing that the coollaboratory liquid pro is actually better for on die applications but it dries like solder.
Well it is nice to have an opinion, although I like to stick to the facts. After having delided two 3770k chips, then trying too little, too much and a medium amount of Ultra to the die, then taking actual temperature readings after each one, I have some facts at my disposal. So that is 6 times over two chips I have done this. Additionally the manufacturers of the product specifically state that both surfaces can be treated provided you use the correct amount and application technique.
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I've never head or anyone applying thermal paste like that. AFAIK, coollab doesn't even suggest that for this paste either. Applying liquid pro to just the bare die resulted in great temps for me. This is with MX-2 on the IHS.


Edited by BababooeyHTJ - 2/16/13 at 11:51am
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