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Originally Posted by jdm317 View Post

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.

Nice! good job! what voltage are you using for 4.8Ghz?

BTW I got an email from cool labs today and they said they sent my CLU replacement out on Friday. No questions asked. Awesome company!
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

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 ?

...I run a software company for the past 15 years...and it was the son of our in-house legal counsel who had done 'the deed' after seeing some YouTube on it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jdm317 View Post

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.

Notwithstanding your order of Coollaboratory Pro, I hear very good things about 'Shin Etsu' pastes (unless I am confusing the name). I believe NVidia uses it on its top-end components...would be great to see your temp drop results w/ Coollaboratory Pro vs Shin Etsu G751
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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 ?

This is true. I have good coolers so I didn't actually need to delid, but I had extra chips so just did it for fun.
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

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

If it's new I always have to try it anyway.
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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

I did pretty much stop counting at 40, b-days aren't as fun as they used to be. Waiting for 16 to drive, & 18 to drink seemed to take forever, now the bdays come faster every year.

Watercooling does add up, it's nice & handy but doesn't come cheap. I spent less on my single stage phase than I did on a cheap loop....
    
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...I run a software company for the past 15 years...and it was the son of our in-house legal counsel who had done 'the deed' after seeing some YouTube on it smile.gif

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 ?

what i did to prevent the ihs from shorting the cpu is i've painted one side of the IHS (that will fall on the scratch) with a thin layer of clear nail polish, this is how i did it.....




this makes the IHS just slightly elevated from this side, could this be the reason why the hottest core now is over 10c hotter than the coldest core ?

do you recommend taking it off cleaning that nail paint and use your method of putting mx-4 on the scratched area as a better solution ?
Edited by invincible20xx - 3/18/13 at 7:03pm
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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 ?

what i did to prevent the ihs from shorting the cpu is i've painted one side of the IHS (that will fall on the scratch) with a thin layer of clear nail polish, this is how i did it.....




this makes the IHS just slightly elevated from this side, could this be the reason why the hottest core now is over 10c hotter than the coldest core ?

...hard to say from just a small pic, but it is possible...MX4 does not seem to run out but harden just a tiny bit (don't use too much!) when exposed to air, and heat cycles...on my own Ivy 3770K, it CAME from the factory with a slightly crooked IHS, and the temp differences between cores improved to about 7-8C hottest to coolest under load once I straightened it out following delid. You can put a dab of MX4 over the nail polish - but also on the 4 opposing ends of the IHS (not all the way around) to get some symmetry back, re cores...but again, very hard to say from just a pic
Edited by Joa3d43 - 3/18/13 at 7:09pm
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So I'm thinking of buying this case in two weeks. I definetly need to upgrade on the parts of rig that I cheaped out on when building it (case / mobo). I think this would be a great upgrade since I currently am using a CM HAF 912 and I'm considering water cooling. The thing that sucks is that I own two 7950's in crossfire and they are non-reference pcb's so there is no chance of watercooling them. Don't get me wrong, I love them, but when I water cool, I want to water cool EVERYTHING.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146096
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...hard to say from just a small pic, but it is possible...MX4 does not seem to run out but harden just a tiny bit when exposed to air, and heat cycles...on my own Ivy 3770K, it CAME from the factory with a slightly crooked IHS, and the temp differences between cores improved to about 7-8C hottest to coolest under load once I straightened it out following delid. You can put a dab of MX4 over the nail polish - but also on the 4 opposing ends of the IHS (not all the way around) to get some symmetry back, re cores...but again, very hard to say from just a pic

can you see the side with the nail paint on it ? i've put another pic circling the side
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Originally Posted by jdm317 View Post

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.

You're In! thumb.gif nicely done sir! Slap the sig on, you've earned it!
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You're In! thumb.gif nicely done sir! Slap the sig on, you've earned it!

is my scratched but 100% working chip worthy of the sig captain ? lol redface.gifrolleyes.gif
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