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post #14151 of 33795
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf6768 View Post

Grats on the job man! I've been testing all day and here's my submission:

OCN name: PapaSmurf6768
CPU: 3570K
on die-TIM: CLU
ihs-TIM: CLU
Mhz gained: 200
OC after delid: 4.8GHz
Temp drops: 10-15C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: 2626693.png

I delidded in the first place not to get a higher max OC (I actually got the CPU-Z validation before I delidded) but rather to get my temps down for a higher 24/7 OC. Before I had a 4.6GHz overclock with a load temp of 80C, now I have a 4.8GHz overclock with a load temp of 65C! Definitely worth it!

You're In! (sorry forgot to quote lol) thumb.gif Slap that sig on!
post #14152 of 33795
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Originally Posted by AaronMa View Post

Quick question...

Does delidding help with voltages at all?

I know there are some cases where people can use 0.010v less, but anything realistic?
Because I have seriously the worst chip in all of history. Trust me. Its bad.
4.4 at 1.365v and 4.6 is unreachable.

Nothing noticable really. Trust me though I feel your pain. My last chip, a 3570k took 1.492v for 4.5Ghz. My current 3770k takes 1.492v for 4.8Ghz. Where are all the good chips people???

I have had this wierd feeling that it is partly my motherboards fault though. Is that a possibility?? One day it will be stable and the next it won't like my overclock. It's so strange. I think I'm going to be buying the ASUS Maximus V formula in 2 weeks or so. Am I going to be happy with that??
post #14153 of 33795
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

I have had this wierd feeling that it is partly my motherboards fault though. Is that a possibility??

I have that feeling as well though... That will be the next thing I try. I am getting to the bottom of it soon!
I hope I didnt just spend 20 bucks (CL pro) to cool a furnace that I cant overclock.. mad.gif
post #14154 of 33795
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Where are all the good chips people???
Not in Massachusetts. mad.gif
post #14155 of 33795
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Originally Posted by Zeek View Post

Not in Massachusetts. mad.gif

Haha tell me about it. I say we meet at microcenter and lock employees in the closet and take the uniforms and then we can team up and search for the best batch #'s. Then we can give them their uniforms back and buy them. Those people who work there seem rude sometimes. I feel like they wouldn't take the time to look for a certain batch number for me.
post #14156 of 33795
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Originally Posted by AaronMa View Post

I have that feeling as well though... That will be the next thing I try. I am getting to the bottom of it soon!
I hope I didnt just spend 20 bucks (CL pro) to cool a furnace that I cant overclock.. mad.gif

What MOBO do you have?
post #14157 of 33795
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Originally Posted by AaronMa View Post

Quick question...

Does delidding help with voltages at all?

I know there are some cases where people can use 0.010v less, but anything realistic?
Because I have seriously the worst chip in all of history. Trust me. Its bad.
4.4 at 1.365v and 4.6 is unreachable.

...there is a strong relationship between 'v', heat and GHz that is more emphasized with Ivy (for now) than other chips - and the good news is of course that it also works in reverse.

...all told, I managed to lower my stable 'v' requirements by about 0.05v @ 5.1 GHz - but that is after various cooling changes for a chip that could hit 5 giggles at 1.376v stable before delidding....

- delidding got me about a 17 C drop
- CL-U about 4 C compared to MX4
- another 11 C from switching from a very good (to 4.8 GHz) Thermaltake water 2 extreme closed loop to a full and 'generous' custom loop with 360/60 all-copper rad, 6x 120mm push/pull fans, Koolance block and 1/2 inch inner / 3/4 inch outer diameter tubes, all fed by a Swiftech MPC655 pump

...so yes, extra cooling will help with your v's - especially if you help your system with additional cooling aids, though delidding brought the most gain on its own...it can be a tricky process but there are many good guides out there and also YouTube...just take your time, and good luck if you decide to proceed thumb.gif
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Edited by Joa3d43 - 3/16/13 at 8:36pm
post #14158 of 33795
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

What MOBO do you have?

I have the Gigabyte Z77X UD3H.
Love the board. Overclocking is.... *shakes head 'no'* easy on it. When the OC doesnt go through, you have to reset the bios.

But the board is nice.. Just a little problem I have had.
post #14159 of 33795
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Haha tell me about it. I say we meet at microcenter and lock employees in the closet and take the uniforms and then we can team up and search for the best batch #'s. Then we can give them their uniforms back and buy them. Those people who work there seem rude sometimes. I feel like they wouldn't take the time to look for a certain batch number for me.

Everytime I go I talk to the SAME guy, lol. He's on of the Spanish employee's and he's pretty nice. He let me go thru the case to find the newest batch I could. Didn't ask him to look in the back, but I know they have more. That's where my crappy chip came from tho.
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But I did see that the new batch OCs VERY well... 3570ks hitting 5.6 on air supposedly..
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