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post #12421 of 33699
I'm just too damn lazy and I don't like spreading the TIM on the IHS, lol. I'd obviously spread CLU on the die, but on the IHS I'll just do the rice grain and let the D14 spread it. I'll just probably get another tube of the noctua paste rolleyes.gif
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Thread Starter 
As the Captain of this group and as your friend I would like to personally thank all of you who have taken upon yourselves to become a delidded crewman. I truly appreciate all the work and time we have all put into this thread biggrin.gif

So upon myself and all of you I Congratulate you all on 200,000 views of this thread and well past the 1200 page mark!

Truly,
Valgaur thumb.gif

Lets keep this bad boy rolling! tongue.gif
post #12423 of 33699
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Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

So I settled on 4.9ghz OC (Want 5ghz but that requires a 1.5v jump... no thank you) on my chip... under extreme stress max temp is 65'C... that CLU was worth every penny indeed!

In other news, Just tried a 690 on my 7680x1440... it failed a very miserable failure with Vram hitting the ceiling very fast in BF3..... Took that one out and smacked in two 680 4GB.... smooth sailing!

Now to check if any waterblocks will fit these beauties and to find a third one for tri-sli.

Saw benchies for Titan... not impressed what so ever....

You better check Kingpincooling.com then...1700mhz core on ln2 beats the crap out of everything, including 680 sli.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

As the Captain of this group and as your friend I would like to personally thank all of you who have taken upon yourselves to become a delidded crewman. I truly appreciate all the work and time we have all put into this thread biggrin.gif

So upon myself and all of you I Congratulate you all on 200,000 views of this thread and well past the 1200 page mark!

Truly,
Valgaur thumb.gif

Lets keep this bad boy rolling! tongue.gif

Man, we need Titans...free of course.
post #12424 of 33699
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Originally Posted by enigma7820 View Post

ok here is an update after taking off CLU and applying CLP this time I didn't use the glue to put IHS back on. Now I don't know if by chance I just did a better application but just by removing and not reusing glue and going from CLU to CLP my temps have dropped 5c by doing the way you guys thought was better, I guess I was wrong though it made it easier to install and I didn't have to put CL on while in the socket I figured I would do it everyone elses way. Thank you for the suggestions I like my new temps.

here is before with CLU and glue



here is after with CLP and no glue

Any improvement is a good improvement! I would say if you are overclocking 5C is worth a remount! thumb.gif
post #12425 of 33699
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Originally Posted by martinhal View Post

Just flamed you chronicfx

Thanks! biggrin.gif
post #12426 of 33699
Quote:
Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

As the Captain of this group and as your friend I would like to personally thank all of you who have taken upon yourselves to become a delidded crewman. I truly appreciate all the work and time we have all put into this thread biggrin.gif

So upon myself and all of you I Congratulate you all on 200,000 views of this thread and well past the 1200 page mark!

Truly,
Valgaur thumb.gif

Lets keep this bad boy rolling! tongue.gif

+Rep! You deserve it
post #12427 of 33699
Quote:
Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

So I settled on 4.9ghz OC (Want 5ghz but that requires a 1.5v jump... no thank you) on my chip... under extreme stress max temp is 65'C... that CLU was worth every penny indeed!

In other news, Just tried a 690 on my 7680x1440... it failed a very miserable failure with Vram hitting the ceiling very fast in BF3..... Took that one out and smacked in two 680 4GB.... smooth sailing!

Now to check if any waterblocks will fit these beauties and to find a third one for tri-sli.

Saw benchies for Titan... not impressed what so ever....

Wish I had a pair of 4gb 680's laying around to just "slap in" lol... I guess video cards grow on trees in your kingdom.
post #12428 of 33699
Can I have your lame vram limited 690?
post #12429 of 33699
5ghz 1.375V Super Pi 32M

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Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
OCZ Vertex 4 128 GB Custom Liquid Windows 7 64 bit SP1 Samsung BX2350 23" LED 
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post #12430 of 33699
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Originally Posted by enigma7820 View Post

ok here is an update after taking off CLU and applying CLP this time I didn't use the glue to put IHS back on. Now I don't know if by chance I just did a better application but just by removing and not reusing glue and going from CLU to CLP my temps have dropped 5c by doing the way you guys thought was better, I guess I was wrong though it made it easier to install and I didn't have to put CL on while in the socket I figured I would do it everyone elses way. Thank you for the suggestions I like my new temps.

here is before with CLU and glue



here is after with CLP and no glue

How come your realtemp clockspeed is so far off in the top picture? It says 4992 Mhz
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