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So round 2 of delidding was way more fun than the first attempt. It came off in maybe a minute. The last one was so tight I couldn't get under it at all. My only regret is the first chip was a great one and this one is complete crap. The first one I was able to do 5.0ghz on air and this one hasn't gone past 4.7. frown.gif Oh well lesson learned. If its tight don't try to mess it up. Just enjoy it. biggrin.gif
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So round 2 of delidding was way more fun than the first attempt. It came off in maybe a minute. The last one was so tight I couldn't get under it at all. My only regret is the first chip was a great one and this one is complete crap. The first one I was able to do 5.0ghz on air and this one hasn't gone past 4.7. frown.gif Oh well lesson learned. If its tight don't try to mess it up. Just enjoy it. biggrin.gif

Did you replace the 1st CPU with this new one?
What errors are you getting at 4.7Ghz?
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The first one was a delid fail. It was so tight the blade wouldn't fit under it anywhere. I ended up scraping the green off the board while trying. frown.gif I was fortunate enough that the store gave me warranty on the old one. Possibly after painting the board again to match... Lol So far anything over 4.7 runs at 100 degrees real fast in Prime and I end up aborting test. Any less voltage and it just doesn't load. Its been annoying me. The temps dropped from 40 idle on my 4.6 day to day clock to 15. Minus one core that is always high to the rest. My core one seems to jump about 10 degrees higher then the rest all the time. When I've got some time I'm going to see if I can get higher now. I hope so.
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The first one was a delid fail. It was so tight the blade wouldn't fit under it anywhere. I ended up scraping the green off the board while trying. frown.gif I was fortunate enough that the store gave me warranty on the old one. Possibly after painting the board again to match... Lol So far anything over 4.7 runs at 100 degrees real fast in Prime and I end up aborting test. Any less voltage and it just doesn't load. Its been annoying me. The temps dropped from 40 idle on my 4.6 day to day clock to 15. Minus one core that is always high to the rest. My core one seems to jump about 10 degrees higher then the rest all the time. When I've got some time I'm going to see if I can get higher now. I hope so.
You might have to reseat the IHS and use a bit more TIM by the sounds of it. What TIM do you use for the die?
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Do you guys apply TIM to the die and the bottom side of the IHS too? I'm about to delid and I'm unsure, lol.
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I just applied liquid pro to the top of the die and top of the ihs,between it and your cpu cooler

using a silver arrow aircooler max temp I get in ibt max memory stress is 78c @4.8ghz 1.38v
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Do you guys apply TIM to the die and the bottom side of the IHS too? I'm about to delid and I'm unsure, lol.
If you are using pro or ultra, then I would recommend a very thin layer on the underside of the IHS in addition to painting the die. You don't have to do that, people have done it both ways. I think it has to do with exactly how much you put on the die since I am sure we all did it at least slightly differently. Take a pic after you apply, so we can see.
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hey guys just wondering if temp drops can give me any hope of lowering the vcore for a particular clock speed. I have my 3570k at 4.5 ghz and vcore at 1.338.
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hey guys just wondering if temp drops can give me any hope of lowering the vcore for a particular clock speed. I have my 3570k at 4.5 ghz and vcore at 1.338.
Personally, I have not experienced my chip needed lower voltage to be stable by delidding. After the delid my temps were so good that I could afford to go for a higher multiple, but the 15 to 20c drop didn't lower my voltage requirements. I have heard people mention that lower temps keep them more stable though.

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thnx for the reply. I have been following so many threads on overclocking and it has given me a lot of confidence to overclock my cpu. Gr8 knowledge base here.
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