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Good to see you enjoying the sport Joa...have fun with ram!

...thanks IvanL...it is a lot of fun...trying to understand tertiary timing because a very experienced OCer' told me that with Asus boards, there is some extra speed to be had in tertiaries...I just hate crashing this baby as it has 32GB of RAM that also includes a Ramdisk and several instances of SQL Enterprise....booting back up can take a while biggrin.gif , and I haven't mounted the Intel SSD as boot drive yet...figure it is better to do that after the benches smile.gif
post #13492 of 33692
Hello,

at 1,45V for 4,8Ghz my temps are around 80°C after 8h OCCT

Do you guys think I would benefit from delidding my 3770K ?

I'm only using the EK thermal paste that was provided with my EK waterblock

Thanks
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SwifTech MPC35X + Phobya Balancer 250 Monsoon fittings + EK fittings + Monsoon Probe 2 x EK 7970 waterblocks nickel -/ plexi in para... 14 x corsair SP 120 high perf 
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Bose Companion 5 
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E6600 Asus P5W DH Deluxe Nvidia GT220 Gskill F2-6400PHU2 
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post #13493 of 33692
I was bored the other day and I delidded my 3570k i used the mx-4 i had got 5c lower temps but they were already low.
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I was bored the other day and I delidded my 3570k i used the mx-4 i had got 5c lower temps but they were already low.

Use CLP/U and get another 10-15ºc Drop on top of that thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

My 5ghz@+.285v offset (1.488v, 1.5 on DMM), Turbo LLC, with RAM oc (2400 8-12-8-28 with very tigh secondary/tertiary) lasted for 15 hours in p95 (i think i acidentally cut the power, not that it failed)

Have any of you guys played changed your PLL, VTT, or IMC voltages?

I set PLL to 1.5 and i think it caused WHEA errors (wow, i did not realize that kernel-WHEA and whea-logger errors in events log were signs of instability, that probably means a bunch of 24 hour prime95 stable overclocks ive done and others have done werent really stable we just didnt realize there were errors lol) so I changed it to 1.6 and seems okay.

Right now I'm trying to add reduced VTT/IMC voltages to the mix, it seems by reducing both from stock by .05v, from 1.05/.925 to 1.00/.875 has helped with temps a few degrees, and .985/.860 wasn't stable.

Just curious what others have done with their other voltages, what they normally get and such.

I leave my PLL at 1.8v, after testing it at different values I saw that it did nothing for me. Going below 1.6v seemed to cause instability.

VTT and VCCSA I have played with a bit too trying to get my RAM stable. My crucial kit is good for 2200MHz CL10, nothing crazy but for a $50 8GB kit of RAM I'll take it. Anyway I run those voltages in the 1.1-1.2v range and it allowed me to lower some of my sub-timings a hair.

Oh and don't snap at people like that. You're new here too, as am I, as is TD. We all talk out of our backside sometimes but it doesn't mean you need to be a pain about it.

And TD did have a valid point, in the majority of cases adjusting the PLL voltage doesn't do anything. Just because his post wasn't the length of a novel doesn't mean it was a bad post.
post #13496 of 33692
I'm not wrong in saying I've seen people unstable at a lower than 1.8 pll and having overvoltage disabled.
Simple as that: keep it at 1.8 unless you like fiddling with things. You ought to watch your manner Belial.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I'm not wrong in saying I've seen people unstable at a lower than 1.8 pll and having overvoltage disabled.
Simple as that: keep it at 1.8 unless you like fiddling with things. You ought to watch your manner Belial.

Dude how do you like the Fractal R4? Is it awesome or is it really fkin awesome??

I'm trying to get one off a guy in the classifieds section. It looks business sexy. Like its a mature grown-mans case with a little bit of badass.

I'm really over my Rosewill Blackhawk, it looked awesome on Newegg, but I'm sick of it. Going to slide it on down to Danny's computer (my 7 year old), because he thinks this Rosewill with the NZXT fan controller is bad as hell.
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Beautiful case indeed bro. It is quite big and very heavy though.
I would recommend the case, but I had qc problems with my first r4 and then the hdd tray making noise throughout the case.
post #13499 of 33692
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Originally Posted by snowfree52 View Post

Hello,

at 1,45V for 4,8Ghz my temps are around 80°C after 8h OCCT

Do you guys think I would benefit from delidding my 3770K ?

I'm only using the EK thermal paste that was provided with my EK waterblock

Thanks

Sure, if you want to run 4.8ghz 1.45v at 60-65c ^^

You are limited by voltage you are willing to go to, so there's not much if anything to gain by running lower load temps, in terms of performance.

Longevity, maybe, but i dont think that's even really a factor
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Benefits of delidding in my eyes:
-Lower temperatures
-High achievable OC with lower temps
-If the OC is kept the same, lower noise (as your fans have to work less hard to cool your CPU/case)

Cons:
-Possibility of damaging your PCB
-Shorting your CPU
-Bending socket pins on your motherboard
-Voiding your warranty
-Costs of buying CLU (additional thermal paste)
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