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AFAIK
Push better than Pull
Not much gain in Push/Pull.

Also, radiators can be designed to benefit from particular types of fans... Different XSPC rads have differing optimum fan requirements, varied by depth and fin density...

AFAIK. rolleyes.gif
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For the layout of the chart and what I want for submissions to be accepted.

OCN name: Stige
CPU: 3570K
on die-TIM: CLP
ihs-TIM: CLP
Mhz gained: 100
OC after delid: 5100MHz
Temp drops: 25-30C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2733873

I don't have exact temp differences but in Prime95 before delid at 5GHz @ 1.44V I hit 85C temps in just few minutes and it takes about 22-24 minutes to reach max temps on my cooling setup.

Currently at 5.1GHz / 1.504V I don't even break 60C in temps before the 15 min mark in Prime, and after that it climbs to ~64-66C and stops there.

Couldn't get enough pressure on the CPU with just the block to go for direct-to-die install frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

not a grand just for fans lol! maybe.....3-400 totally pot shotting this by the way. how much did you spend on fans? I might stick with push pull but if I don't need it (propably not) then I'll go push or pull.

plus I want quiet fans lol tongue.gif

Push is your friend if you want quiet...also you'll be looking at a 1000 to 1500rpm fan for that job.
I think Gelid Silent 120 pwm will be best in a price/performance ratio for your needs. They perform on par with Gentle Typhoons but are quieter at certain rpm. The best would be Noctua NF-F12 PWM but they cost a bit more, or BeQuiet! Silent Wings 120mm pwm fans, but cost more than Noctuas sometimes.
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Originally Posted by alancsalt View Post

AFAIK
Push better than Pull
Not much gain in Push/Pull.

Also, radiators can be designed to benefit from particular types of fans... Different XSPC rads have differing optimum fan requirements, varied by depth and fin density...

AFAIK. rolleyes.gif

Yup!
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

For the layout of the chart and what I want for submissions to be accepted.

OCN name: Stige
CPU: 3570K
on die-TIM: CLP
ihs-TIM: CLP
Mhz gained: 100
OC after delid: 5100MHz
Temp drops: 25-30C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2733873

I don't have exact temp differences but in Prime95 before delid at 5GHz @ 1.44V I hit 85C temps in just few minutes and it takes about 22-24 minutes to reach max temps on my cooling setup.

Currently at 5.1GHz / 1.504V I don't even break 60C in temps before the 15 min mark in Prime, and after that it climbs to ~64-66C and stops there.

Couldn't get enough pressure on the CPU with just the block to go for direct-to-die install frown.gif

Nice temps for 5.1ghz wink.gif
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This really is an absolute nightmare trying to OC my chip. I ended up starting to use a level 2 LLC even though the voltage fed to the chip seemed to be a lot more than the other Levels of LLC that I have tried, but all I care about is stability because I had a multimeter anyways. Something does not seem right about this. I'm working on a 4.8Ghz OC A couple days ago I was at +.129 additional turbo boost with +.005 offset and a level 2 LLC. I left P95 all night and after 11 hours one worker had an error and the others were still working. So I ended up bumping it up to +.138 additional turbo voltage and it P95 crashed after like 2 hours. So last night I was at +.152 additional turbo voltage so I left P95 run all night and I got a BSOD after for hours. Keep in mind that .129 additional turbo boost is actually 1.484v and .152 is 1.506v. Sorry guys, I just needed to vent.
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Waiting for my new stuff to come in, I'll post a delidded application.

I'll be happy if it drops the temps and keep it at that. I have a really bad chip for overclocking. Hits a wall at 4.5Ghz, no amount of voltage will change that.
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Waiting for my new stuff to come in, I'll post a delidded application.

I'll be happy if it drops the temps and keep it at that. I have a really bad chip for overclocking. Hits a wall at 4.5Ghz, no amount of voltage will change that.

Let us know how it goes!
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Hey guys so as some of you know I am going to be replacing my MOBO soon with an ASUS MVF, but I just have one question. So when I take my CPU out do I have to take the IHS off and clean all of the CLU off of it? Or could I just kind of see if any stuck to the heatsink and then kind of brush a little more on the spots missing on the IHS and go over the old CLU to make a nice layer again and just clean the heatsink? I'm just wondering because it's going to be a little scary cleaning the CLU off with the IHS on the PCB because the IHS is going to move around and it will be scary taking the IHS off and leaving the bare die open to the dangers of the world haha.
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Originally Posted by TonicX View Post

The asus rep jj said the max Vcore for this chip [i7 3770k] is 1.35 so your are right in the conservative max. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mkGQhE1o2w
Persosonally i think 1.45 @ a 4900 OC is where I'm set 24/7 but mine idles down to 1600 with a Vcore of 1.124 when no cpu demands are present.

OK I'll just leave it then I think, I'm sure it'll be fine (knock on wood). My MSI board doesn't have any offset capabilities unfortunately, so the OC I set it at is the speed it stays at.
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Hey guys so as some of you know I am going to be replacing my MOBO soon with an ASUS MVF, but I just have one question. So when I take my CPU out do I have to take the IHS off and clean all of the CLU off of it? Or could I just kind of see if any stuck to the heatsink and then kind of brush a little more on the spots missing on the IHS and go over the old CLU to make a nice layer again and just clean the heatsink? I'm just wondering because it's going to be a little scary cleaning the CLU off with the IHS on the PCB because the IHS is going to move around and it will be scary taking the IHS off and leaving the bare die open to the dangers of the world haha.

CLU is fully reusable, you shouldn't have any issues without replacing the paste, atleast I haven't had any yet.
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

CLU is fully reusable, you shouldn't have any issues without replacing the paste, atleast I haven't had any yet.

Ok cool thanks! I always go to call it pastee but I can't get myself to do it because it is so much more than that. I'm going to just call it T-1000 like from terminator haha
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