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Hello!

I just recently bought a 3770k to replace my 2600k and was wondering if you guys would advice to delid before even using the chip? I'm guessing it might be a bad idea in case the chip is no good... but I have a WC set up it will be under and was wondering if even WC people were seeing benefits of this.

Reading through the thread slowly... so I thought I might get a quicker response by asking. thumb.gif
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Hello!

I just recently bought a 3770k to replace my 2600k and was wondering if you guys would advice to delid before even using the chip? I'm guessing it might be a bad idea in case the chip is no good... but I have a WC set up it will be under and was wondering if even WC people were seeing benefits of this.

Reading through the thread slowly... so I thought I might get a quicker response by asking. thumb.gif

It would be good to at least these what your max OC without delidding is first. Some chips are even worth delidding. I had a chip that needed 1.4v for 4.5GHz, that's just a waste of time.

So my advice would be to test it first and if you can get 4.5GHz with 1.15-1.25v then that thing will be a monster when delidded.
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Hmm its really tempting considering the temps on my Malay 3770k.. i might wait to see if it fails in the next few weeks, if it dose not fail il go ahead with the cpu sugery... rolleyes.gif
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It would be good to at least these what your max OC without delidding is first. Some chips are even worth delidding. I had a chip that needed 1.4v for 4.5GHz, that's just a waste of time.

So my advice would be to test it first and if you can get 4.5GHz with 1.15-1.25v then that thing will be a monster when delidded.

Ok. I guess it wouldn't take more than leaving some slag on the tubing, on the CPU block to be able to take it off. That way I won't have to drain the whole thing.

Man!... you IB people use super low voltages... I'm running at 1.43v for 4.8 right now frown.gif.
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post #12536 of 25696
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Originally Posted by Derko1 View Post

Hello!

I just recently bought a 3770k to replace my 2600k and was wondering if you guys would advice to delid before even using the chip? I'm guessing it might be a bad idea in case the chip is no good... but I have a WC set up it will be under and was wondering if even WC people were seeing benefits of this.

Reading through the thread slowly... so I thought I might get a quicker response by asking. thumb.gif

I too went from 2600K to 3770 with WC. First see how the chip does vcore wise and then delid if it is ok vcore wise. Be warded temps are bad without delid. I got a huge temp drop from delid.

What are your 2600k temps ?

Here are some reference temps of my IBT runs.

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Well I have my 6 hours of prime to reference before I de-lid, Ivy is hotter then Sandy thats for sure, my 2700k at 4.6 with 1.36V was ~8C cooler then this 3570k at 4.6 with 1.28V. I am very happy though, I can boot just fine with 2200 MHz on the samsung memory biggrin.gif
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...feel like I'm walking through molasses as I'm using my laptop instead of the delidded monster...the latter is getting a new home, now doing the wiring and cable management (if you can call it that biggrin.gif ), the transfer all the HDs and SSDs, then finish the custom water loop and let it run for 12 hrs on a separate power source re any potential leaks...will use Coollaboratory Ultra for the IHS to Koolance block thumb.gif

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...feel like I'm walking through molasses as I'm using my laptop instead of the delidded monster...the latter is getting a new home, now doing the wiring and cable management (if you can call it that biggrin.gif ), the transfer all the HDs and SSDs, then finish the custom water loop and let it run for 12 hrs on a separate power source re any potential leaks...will use Coollaboratory Ultra for the IHS to Koolance block thumb.gif

Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;
Intel(R) IPP JPEG encoder 7.0.1041 - Jul 19 2011;

Just unplug everything but the pump from your psu and use a paper clip to bridge it ots much faster that way stick one end in the green wires pin and the other in the black wire pin on whichever side of it on 24 pin
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I tried to join the club, but ruined my 3570K instead. I'll post pictures later, just a tiny scratch on the bottom right side, but thats all it took (and I'm sure the CPU is dead, I reseated multiple times, checked pins on mobo etc... I booted the mobo no problem with a 2500K in it). I was being so careful with the thing, but my goddamned cat jumped from the window onto me while I was holding the razor. The worst part is the scratch isnt under the IHS, so Im doubtful I can fool RMA with it on the basis of physical damage, even after reseating the IHS with silicone.

Anyone have tips for hiding a scratched PCB? Or am I completely boned? I feel like crying right now... and my cat is going to get tired of sleeping outside pretty quickly, I think.
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