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Originally Posted by kesawi View Post

Will have to give that a go as I ordered it direct from Coollaboratory in Germany. Thanks

Just use a Q-tip and be done.
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Just use a Q-tip and be done.

This. They send a qtip with a plastic stick instead of wrapped paper. It's easiest to spread it if you wipe the same direction with each stroke.
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Gunna do it! Delid my 3770k , that is. The research phase is wrapping-up now and I have decided for sure that this is a good idea albeit slightly risky. probably not as risky as going all-in with a pair of Jacks like at the poker table tonight, ... thumpa, thumpa, thumpa. whew, I win! I have the right, rectangular, thin, razor -blade, 220,400, 600, 1600, grit sand-paper. and the CoolLab Ultra will be here Monday. I got some really good OCs with Asus AI2 real-time controls and [MOW] (c) * ambient techniques; but It hits a wall at 4750 Mhz- Temps go Bat-S#it Crazy! Even with IC Diamond 7- Got to be the intel TIM and IHS height; not to mention huge room for improving the flatness (it is concave) and smoothness of the top of the cover. I believe the unlidded approach has merits but not enough of you run this way for me to go straight there. So im a gunna delid and relid my baby, thanks for all the helpful posts. Im new to this forum - holla at your boy, TonicX



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Gunna do it! Delid my 3770k , that is. The research phase is wrapping-up now and I have decided for sure that this is a good idea albeit slightly risky. probably not as risky as going all-in with a pair of Jacks like at the poker table tonight, ... thumpa, thumpa, thumpa. whew, I win! I have the right, rectangular, thin, razor -blade, 220,400, 600, 1600, grit sand-paper. and the CoolLab Ultra will be here Monday. I got some really good OCs with Asus AI2 real-time controls and [MOW] (c) * ambient techniques; but It hits a wall at 4750 Mhz- Temps go Bat-S#it Crazy! Even with IC Diamond 7- Got to be the intel TIM and IHS height; not to mention huge room for improving the flatness (it is concave) and smoothness of the top of the cover. I believe the unlidded approach has merits but not enough of you run this way for me to go straight there. So im a gunna delid and relid my baby, thanks for all the helpful posts. Im new to this forum - holla at your boy, TonicX



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Examine your TIM when you remove the chip before deciding the IHS shape. Mine was either completely flat or the same shape as my raystorm because K2 paste from my temporary test runs was spread incredibly evenly. That K2 is actually very very decent stuff! But for my final mount I used IC Diamond.
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Delidded my i7-3770K and did it make a huge difference to the temps. It was definitely easier with a thinner blade. Thanks to everyone for suggestions with spreading the Liquid Ultra:thumb: Details below for submission to club.

OCN name: kesawi
CPU: i7-3779K
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 200MHz
OC after delid: 4700MHz
Temp drops: 25C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: valid.canardpc.com/2652558



Delidded CPU:


Pre-delid temps@4.5GHz: Max Core Temp 91C


Post-delid temps@4.5GHz: Max Core Temp 66C


Post-delid temps @4.7GHz (Target 24/7 stable overclock): Max Core Temp 89C (Note running quiet fan profiles rather than max fan speed)

Edited by kesawi - 3/9/13 at 5:44am
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How to you spread Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra? No brush was supplied with the kit. I've tried using another small brush and all it seems to do is stick to the end of it rather than spread.

cotton swap, brush and a surgical glove( i cut of 1 finger..lol) you can use,
i tried all of them, it works..
it will stick to the end of a brush, or q-tip when you start to apply it,
just keep at it, and use the same spot of brush or q-tip all the time smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kesawi View Post

Delidded my i7-3770K and did it make a huge difference to the temps. It was definitely easier with a thinner blade. Thanks to everyone for suggestions with spreading the Liquid Ultra:thumb: Details below for submission to club.

OCN name: kesawi
CPU: i7-3779K
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 200MHz
OC after delid: 4700MHz
Temp drops: 25C
CPU-Z validation of max OC:



Delidded CPU: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Pre-delid temps@4.5GHz: Max Core Temp 91C Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Post-delid temps@4.5GHz: Max Core Temp 66C Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Post-delid temps @4.7GHz (Target 24/7 stable overclock): Max Core Temp 89C (Note running quiet fan profiles rather than max fan speed) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

o, i see you got it "covered" already ..lol
nvm my post above biggrin.gif

gratz on the delid kesawi thumb.gif
have to say, at 4.7ghz and 89C looks a bit hot to me still, whats your ambient temp, very high also?
i hit 84C when i run IBT at 5.0ghz see..


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@ kesawi

Welcome to the club good job. The temps are a tad high but I guess ambient temps are high Down Under. Below are the temps I get.

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My ambient is 27.2C outside the case and 28.8C inside my case at the intake to my CPU cooler. Unfortunately my chip loves voltage so I have to run vCore at 1.42V for it to be stable. Still it's a less than the 1.512V I see you're running at for 5GHz. My chip has always been hot and delidding has helped a lot.
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My ambient is 27.2C outside the case and 28.8C inside my case at the intake to my CPU cooler. Unfortunately my chip loves voltage so I have to run vCore at 1.42V for it to be stable. Still it's a less than the 1.512V I see you're running at for 5GHz. My chip has always been hot and delidding has helped a lot.

That's 5.1 ....biggrin.gif handy for folding , max temp 76 .

Edit : If you look at my table Im at 84 for 1.512 . I still think that your temps are still a tad high for 1.392. My guess you should be at around 80.

Perhaps reseat and all that good stuff.
Edited by martinhal - 3/9/13 at 12:25am
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My ambient is 27.2C outside the case and 28.8C inside my case at the intake to my CPU cooler. Unfortunately my chip loves voltage so I have to run vCore at 1.42V for it to be stable. Still it's a less than the 1.512V I see you're running at for 5GHz. My chip has always been hot and delidding has helped a lot.

...First: CONGRATS to kesawi thumb.gif

delidding can really help increase the GHz headroom via lower temps...my chip always had the speed, but delidding and a strong custom w-c loop (have you considered that?) opened a whole new range...here are some quick temps for 5.0, 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3 GHz for the CPU Queen bench (related thread is here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1360912/thinking-of-overclocking-cross-platform-results-for-a-3770k-stock-turbo-3-9-ghz-to-5-3-ghz )




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