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That is a metric buttload of CLP. When I had coated mine completely in CLP both the die and IHS looked like they had perfectly smooth mirrored surfaces. It took forever to spread, and it doesn't seem like its going to stick at all, but it will. You would probably see more of a drop by using less, or finding the 'perfect' amount for your specific chip.

ETA: Holy guacamole your chip had a TON of factory TIM! I saw ~19-20C drop and from what I've seen, my factory TIM was actually fairly decent.

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Edited by MKHunt - 3/24/13 at 4:55pm
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Why did I wait so long to do this! Time for 5 ghz!
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Took about 5 minutes to get the head off. The heat gun helped a lot with getting the glue off.

Once I had the corner in I just kept a lot of pressure on the blade. Pushing down so it would force the blade on the IHS. I ground the corners off of the blade but it was really unnecessary. It cut through the glue like butter. Only had to rock back and forth a few times for each corner.















So far its looking like aprox 20 degrees difference. Will get back when I have more concrete results.


Woooh! Cleaned her up NICE! Best of luck reaching 5ghz thumb.gif
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That is a metric buttload of CLP. When I had coated mine completely in CLP both the die and IHS looked like they had perfectly smooth mirrored surfaces. It took forever to spread, and it doesn't seem like its going to stick at all, but it will. You would probably see more of a drop by using less, or finding the 'perfect' amount for your specific chip.

I agree, I used to much my first time around. Thought it was perfect till I started playing with a drop on a piece of plastic and managed to cover the entire thing. Takes less than half a BB worth, it goes a very long way.
Edited by jdm317 - 3/24/13 at 4:54pm
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That is a metric buttload of CLP. When I had coated mine completely in CLP both the die and IHS looked like they had perfectly smooth mirrored surfaces. It took forever to spread, and it doesn't seem like its going to stick at all, but it will. You would probably see more of a drop by using less, or finding the 'perfect' amount for your specific chip.

Alright when I change my coolant soon I will try less CLU. Thanks.
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Yea I definetly agree that it could easily become my new addiction.... and it sort of is, but I made a deal with myself that I have to put a certain amount of money in the bank each week and once I have enough money saved up from the leftover money in my checks that is when I can buy that part that I want. And I have been doing that pretty successfully. Once I order my case I am going to have pretty much everything I need until I save u_ enough for a decent water loop, but that will probably be a year or so. I'm learning this strange thing.... its called moderation.

Lol, yeah. It's amazing how much money you save by not drinking and getting high everyday. I was amazed. I could like, actually pay my bills on time and not do shady stuff to make rent.
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Why did I wait so long to do this! Time for 5 ghz!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Took about 5 minutes to get the head off. The heat gun helped a lot with getting the glue off.

Once I had the corner in I just kept a lot of pressure on the blade. Pushing down so it would force the blade on the IHS. I ground the corners off of the blade but it was really unnecessary. It cut through the glue like butter. Only had to rock back and forth a few times for each corner.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)













So far its looking like aprox 20 degrees difference. Will get back when I have more concrete results.

Good work but that's too much CLU/P. It shouldn't bubble like that, it should be smooth almost mirror like. Get the quantity right and I bet you get another 5C.
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could be good, that in the main OP, they put Batch number and compare similar ones thumb.gif
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could be good, that in the main OP, they put Batch number and compare similar ones thumb.gif

Batch numbers over clock ability isn't very consistent with IB cpus.

Really seems to be luck of the draw on particular cpu with IB.
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Batch numbers over clock ability isn't very consistent with IB cpus.

Really seems to be luck of the draw on particular cpu with IB.

I researched and Found 3 batches on i7 3770k which keep Ocing with low voltage and not too bad temps compared to all i7 3770ks
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Lol, yeah. It's amazing how much money you save by not drinking and getting high everyday. I was amazed. I could like, actually pay my bills on time and not do shady stuff to make rent.
Good work but that's too much CLU/P. It shouldn't bubble like that, it should be smooth almost mirror like. Get the quantity right and I bet you get another 5C.

Yea this has been the best year of my life in many years. Love having a wallet full of money.
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Batches are these:
Intel Core i7 3770k

3218B960 Great Ocing with Asus Maximus Gene V z77 or MSI Mpower

3218C176 great with ASUS Maximus 5 Formula bios 701 or Maximus Gene V z77 or MSI Mpower

3216B695 Asus V Gene z77

1st and 2nd for sure are great beast , third could be 70% effective in most of cases
Edited by PontiacGTX - 3/24/13 at 5:53pm
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Originally Posted by Solonowarion View Post

Why did I wait so long to do this! Time for 5 ghz!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Took about 5 minutes to get the head off. The heat gun helped a lot with getting the glue off.

Once I had the corner in I just kept a lot of pressure on the blade. Pushing down so it would force the blade on the IHS. I ground the corners off of the blade but it was really unnecessary. It cut through the glue like butter. Only had to rock back and forth a few times for each corner. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)













So far its looking like aprox 20 degrees difference. Will get back when I have more concrete results.

...Congrats thumb.gif - a very professional looking delidding approach by a fellow- BCer smile.gif I have seen before that a heat-gun is a really nice way to make the job go smooth
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