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Open CoreTemp and then select Overheat Protection from the Options menu.



Check the Enable overheat protection checkbox, select Activate at the specified temperature and enter the temperature you want the shutdown to occur at. Under Shut down options make sure the Enable checkbox is checked, and Power down is selected. You can specify a delay after the temp is exceeded for the PC to shutdown.


Thanks for taking the time to do that! Ill set it when I go home. I'm always so scared to leave p95 running overnight just in case something goes wrong. Now I will be much more at ease.
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Nope. Took around 2 hours to do it. I sliced through the metal it self with the razor. I even broke one of the blades while doing it. Started with a second.

Another thing that happened, is that there was almost no glue actually there. It was extremely little. I am looking at my new chip and it's got way more than the one I messed up. It's thick looking, as opposed to mine not even being visible through the edge.

I sliced through a good bit of the HIS before cutting through.
I am not sure. I'll post pics in a bit.

No problem. Thank you again mate.
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I might soon own a IB and I might soon grow a pair!

Should I delidd straight out of the box?
How important is it to get the PCB completely clean of that glue? Will it decrease performance? Also did you guys find double edge razer or single edged razers better? I know double edge is thinner, bends, and is very very sharp
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I might soon own a IB and I might soon grow a pair!

Should I delidd straight out of the box?
How important is it to get the PCB completely clean of that glue? Will it decrease performance? Also did you guys find double edge razer or single edged razers better? I know double edge is thinner, bends, and is very very sharp

I'd test out the CPU before delidding, You could get a crap chip and it would be pointless to delid. The cleaner the PCB and IHS are, they closer they will be, which would mean better temps overall. And I used a double edge razor thumb.gif
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I might soon own a IB and I might soon grow a pair!

Should I delidd straight out of the box? Is the possibility of RMA ruined?

How important is it to get the PCB completely clean of that glue? Will it decrease performance? Also did you guys find double edge razer or single edged razers better? I know double edge is thinner, bends, and is very very sharp
either razor is good. and once you delid you void warrenty.
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Thanks for taking the time to do that! Ill set it when I go home. I'm always so scared to leave p95 running overnight just in case something goes wrong. Now I will be much more at ease.
No worries, happy to help. Even without coretemp your CPU will automatically start to throttle down if the temps hit 105C, and then shut off if the thermal overload protection limit is reached to prevent hardware damage. Coretemp allows windows to shutdown gracefully and at a predefined lower temperature rather than just having the BIOS immediately signal the PSU to power down.
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I never knew it could do that - does core temp have to be running in order for it to shut down?
+rep to you sir!
Thanks for the rep. Yes coretemp has to be running if you wish to use the software overheat protection feature, however the CPU already has in-built hardware thermal overload protection as I outlined above.
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I'd test out the CPU before delidding, You could get a crap chip and it would be pointless to delid. The cleaner the PCB and IHS are, they closer they will be, which would mean better temps overall. And I used a double edge razor thumb.gif

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either razor is good. and once you delid you void warrenty.

Understood smile.gif Even with a "crappy" CPU I still will have high temperatures and can't really return it right?(Depending on where I buy it from?)

Would it be easier to delidd from the box or after the glue/tim get heated up and "used" ?
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I might soon own a IB and I might soon grow a pair!

Should I delidd straight out of the box? Is the possibility of RMA ruined?

How important is it to get the PCB completely clean of that glue? Will it decrease performance? Also did you guys find double edge razer or single edged razers better? I know double edge is thinner, bends, and is very very sharp
Absolutely you need to test the chip before delidding, many chips are not worth the trouble. Plus you need the data to join our super cool club.

Getting all the black glue off is a pain, but just take your time using an old credit card to get it off. It will come clean. In my opinion, a single edged razor blade made for shaving - not the kind made for utility or box cutting - works the best. Also a pair of rubber gloves makes it easier to handle without worry.
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Understood smile.gif Even with a "crappy" CPU I still will have high temperatures and can't really return it right?(Depending on where I buy it from?)
My local store lets me return CPU's if I don't like them, but that's for other reasons. Most stores/online retailers won't let you. Once you delidded the chip, you can't return it either as It voids all warranty


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Would it be easier to delidd from the box or after the glue/tim get heated up and "used" ?

Like I said, try the chip out first anyway to make sure everything is good. The heating up won't really do anything because by the time you take the heatsink off and take it out of the socket it will already have cooled down.
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I can't wait to get my CLU in! With the mx4 my OC of 4.7ghz at 1.308v hits a max temp of 83c during a 14 hour run of p95" but is usually in the 70s. The CLU should open the door to a possible 5ghz OC. I think I get my wall at 4.8ghz because it requires a decent jump in voltage so I don't really want to go that high yet because I'm sure temps would max at the mid 90s and that is out of my comfort zone. Will definetly post some screenies with the differences in temps between using mx4 on the die and using CLU on the die if anyone is interested.
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