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if it is 15% ipc + soldered IHS, then it will be worth it i guess !

Is a soldered IHS cooler than CLU on the die?
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

but come to think of it perfect is something it wasn't even before the de-lid because 85c for just a 4.4 GHz oc was hardly a perfection don't you agree ?

I think that it kinda depends upon how many volts was it taking for 4.4Ghz, because it may even be a poor overclocking chip before the delid process.
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I AM IN! Not a scratch on it. Two minutes to get in, twenty to clean off all the black silicone. I could not wait for the CLP, so I am using arctic silver for the moment. 4.9Ghz, 1.328V, max temp 81



Also, if anyone has an extra IHS, I bent the corners of mine with the vice grips I used to hold it.

I have a 3570k IHS from my delidding attempt that resulted in a 3570k death. I was thinking of making it into a keychain so I'm not totally sure I want to give it away, but I will definetly think about it. Is it affecting your performance?
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Most definetly man! thumb.gif

i was always feeling like, damn people with the same oc are in the 55c ballpark lol yet i have to deal with 85c

but the temp went down alot 18c on the hottest cores but one core didn't drop that much only 3c i re-applied tim it's still the same, maybe i'm doing something wrong with applying tim ? the IHS slides slightly when i put it in the socket but just a little sway to one side could be the reason the difference between the hottest and the coolest core now is so big ? 15c ? rolleyes.gif
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Same as my sister's birthday. She gets to hit 50 this year.
Stop counting at 40, trust me, no good comes from thinking or realizing you are over 40.

OT, but I told my wife I was done with these two builds since she is sick of Micro Center by now. Guess I will skip telling her the part where I just ordered everything to expand my H220 to cool my 690. Didn't realize how much I had spent on water cooling until I added it up - and this is just for a really basic setup.

Just realized I have over 1k posts, in two and half months, gotta slow down.rolleyes.gif
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I have a 3570k IHS from my delidding attempt that resulted in a 3570k death. I was thinking of making it into a keychain so I'm not totally sure I want to give it away, but I will definetly think about it. Is it affecting your performance?

I think it might be, I double checked the internal TIM for contact before closing it all up and I am getting a 11C variation between Core0 and Core1, I think the dimpled(raised) metal on the edges are creating a pocket in between the IHS and my cooler.

Also, I don't know if you guys knew this, but the IHS has a copper core!

Come to think of it, I could lap the top of the IHS and reapply the TIM, but I have had enough fun for the night, it will have to wait till tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

me thinking june is june biggrin.gif

btw i don't know how to feel with my cpu right now, i delidded it, scratched it but it's working fine like it should with dual channel memory, 4 cores 8 threads , igpu aka all the bells and whistles and what not, should i be happy that i de-lidded it and it's still working or be pissed of that i actually scratched the pcb rolleyes.gif

the scratch is tinyyyyyyyyy, could i have been so extremely lucky that the scratch didn't cut any trace or any thing ?

1) Congrats biggrin.gif 2.) Count your blessings biggrin.gifthumb.gif 3.) We count our blessings as we did not have to read 10k posts about all the bad corporations that didn't make it scratch-proof biggrin.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif

...avoiding scratches and gouges are a good thing, but if they happen, it is not necessarily the end (though again, better to avoid them). I have seen one Ivy that had two scratches and a deep gouge (!)...if you would have dropped your tear on it, the gouge would have collected all the liquids in a little lake - yet when the owner's dad brought it to me to check out, IT STILL WORKED right away in one of my regular boards headscratch.gif ...all of it, dual channel IMC, iGPU...I told him what I have been posting here since early February, that is just put some MX4 (or 2) on the bad spots, especially as they tend to be where the IHS would be very close to it...just insulate it.

Obviously, it all depends whether lanes where cut or not...and on a related matter, there are folks like the person above who have written off their delidded chip even though they should not have...delidding can change the mounting pressure of blocks just a bit...and when several circumstances conspire, this will also change the alignment / depth of the the pins a bit.
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1) Congrats biggrin.gif 2.) Count your blessings biggrin.gifthumb.gif 3.) We count our blessings as we did not have to read 10k posts about all the bad corporations that didn't make it scratch-proof biggrin.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif

...avoiding scratches and gouges are a good thing, but if they happen, it is not necessarily the end (though again, better to avoid them). I have seen one Ivy that had two scratches and a deep gouge (!)...if you would have dropped your tear on it, the gouge would have collected all the liquids in a little lake - yet when the owner's dad brought it to me to check out, IT STILL WORKED right away in one of my regular boards headscratch.gif ...all of it, dual channel IMC, iGPU...I told him what I have been posting here since early February, that is just put some MX4 (or 2) on the bad spots, especially as they tend to be where the IHS would be very close to it...just insulate it.

Obviously, it all depends whether lanes where cut or not...and on a related matter, there are folks like the person above who have written off their delidded chip even though they should not have...delidding can change the mounting pressure of blocks just a bit...and when several circumstances conspire, this will also change the alignment / depth of the the pins a bit.

that guy's dad brought that chip to you after de-lidding it to check it out ?

u known to be a computer guy in your area ?

also you sure that if i put mx-4 on the scratched area the paste will get trapped in the nick and act as an insulator ? won't the mx-4 just flow away of the nick when i put the IHS back on ?
Edited by invincible20xx - 3/18/13 at 6:27pm
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OCN name: jdm317
CPU: i7 3770k
on die-TIM: Shin Etsu G751 for now. (Coollaboratory Liquid Metal Pro on its way)
ihs-TIM: NO IHS
Mhz gained: 400mhz
OC after delid: 5.0ghz max.
Temp drops: 10-12°C average

Running 4.8ghz 24/7 at 68°C. Hopefully it will get better with the LMP.


The tiny copper shavings came off the IHS. wink.gif No scratches whatsoever on PCB.

I haven't had a lot of time to overclock since I delidded. Will update if anything changes.
Edited by jdm317 - 3/18/13 at 6:30pm
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Stop counting at 40, trust me, no good comes from thinking or realizing you are over 40.

OT, but I told my wife I was done with these two builds since she is sick of Micro Center by now. Guess I will skip telling her the part where I just ordered everything to expand my H220 to cool my 690. Didn't realize how much I had spent on water cooling until I added it up - and this is just for a really basic setup.

Just realized I have over 1k posts, in two and half months, gotta slow down.rolleyes.gif

hehe!
But check the amount of posts I've gotten too tongue.gif
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