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post #14811 of 33558
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Originally Posted by Swag View Post

OT again:

CS:GO, although does not have the nicest graphics is simply amazing and a lot of fun! I love BF3 for its graphics but the competitive in CS:GO is just too damn addicting. tongue.gif I kinda want to look for some OCNers who play CS:GO (namely people in this club), anyone?


I played CS a bunch when I was in high school. We even traveled the region to play in LAN tournies for money. Not sure why I haven't tried CS:GO yet. Maybe I'll give it a try soon.
post #14812 of 33558
Request for club membership smile.gif

OCN name: Icydead
CPU: i5 3570k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Arctic Cooling MX-2
Mhz gained: 200MHZ (Was able to achieve same OC without delid, but I didnt like the temps so I dropped it to 4.5GHZ)
OC after delid: 4700MHZ
Temp drops: 15-20*C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2744549
Lapped IHS with 600, 800 and 1200 grit.

Temps etc.



24 hours 20 minutes prime custom blend test stable, no whea errors.
Edited by Icydead - 3/25/13 at 6:32am
post #14813 of 33558
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Originally Posted by Icydead View Post

Request for club membership smile.gif

OCN name: Icydead
CPU: i5 3570k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Arctic Cooling MX-2
Mhz gained: 200MHZ (Was able to achieve same OC without delid, but I didnt like the temps so I dropped it to 4.5GHZ)
OC after delid: 4700MHZ
Temp drops: 15-20*C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2744549
Lapped IHS with 600, 800 and 1200 grit.

Temps etc.



24 hours 20 minutes prime custom blend test stable, no whea errors.

Nice man!!!
post #14814 of 33558
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Hopefully yours goes well like mine should I hope. Best of wishes to you sir.

and also to you sir. Hang in there.
post #14815 of 33558
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Originally Posted by TonicX View Post

As the O-rings age and heat-up they will yield to the pressures and forces. Which will relax the pressure off the cooling head on the cpu; in addition to this the backplate is designed to keep the motherboard flat! I have noticed with non-backplate installations (like the stock intel air cooler) a BULDGING of the motherboard cpu area! The metal backplate must make contact to prevent this,

I have a similar closed water-cooling system (H60) I did mod the backplate because I wanted more pressure between the cooler and the cpu. What I did was wrap wire around the four metal braces (keeps mb flat) and add 4- 2mm (1 per) metal washers on the backplate stand-offs. it was a little loose but it tighten-up nicely upon thumb-screw tightening. You do have a rectangular metal plate on the underside of your mb,right? the wire is maybe 1mm and is between the rectangular metal plate and the cooler Xplate.

I am asking you to rethink this rubber washer system, just a thought, I do however, think the H100 is a good choice and is a good product. I can run at 4.8Ghz topping at 70* loaded, 4.9 and 50Ghz are under 85* cranked but too high Vcore to run 24-7. but I digress!

If you want a better idea of what I did, or have any other questions feel free.
You have plenty of time to find what will work for you until ypur psu arrives- have fun.

Ps; I finished crisis 3 on normal! the last battle was crazy sick to figure out! I die so many times and had to take a break and come back two days later. well, have fun with the new gear -later dude!

5.5GHz Ivy 3770K
devil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN YOU DIDN'T OVERCLOCK IT ENOUGHTdevil.gif
just kidding
aaevil.gifIF IT AINT BROKE THEN DON'T FIX IT!aaevil.gif
devil.gif"Yeah my name is Ivy and I get hot."devil.gif

Yes I actually did re-think putting rubber washers on the backplate. I guess I can just assemble the whole block and just see if it fits. Didn't really want to waste the TIM that came with it, but I have a couple tubes of IC Diamond and Arctic Silver plus the syringe of CLU so I'm all set.

Dude, I totally miss Crysis so bad. Its going to be so nice when I get to play it again!
post #14816 of 33558
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Nice man!!!

Thanks smile.gif
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Dude, I totally miss Crysis so bad. Its going to be so nice when I get to play it again!

I see you cant wait just like me biggrin.gif Now when I am looking at it, I will probably play crysis again too .)
post #14817 of 33558
Ok so I just attached the block and took it off and it didn't make contact with the sides of my CPU. I ended up pressing it down again, but the red lines I added to this picture shows where the block didn't make contact. Should I attemp to lap my CPU or do you guys think it is fine that it only makes contact with the middle since that is where the most heat is. I think when I wipe the TIM off and apply some with the pea method it will spread across the whole thing. I think it's just because I am using the pre-spread TIM on the block.

post #14818 of 33558
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Ok so I just attached the block and took it off and it didn't make contact with the sides of my CPU. I ended up pressing it down again, but the red lines I added to this picture shows where the block didn't make contact. Should I attemp to lap my CPU or do you guys think it is fine that it only makes contact with the middle since that is where the most heat is. I think when I wipe the TIM off and apply some with the pea method it will spread across the whole thing. I think it's just because I am using the pre-spread TIM on the block.


...this is also a regular topic as that happens a lot:

First, I would get some pressure paper to put between the block and IHS...it will more clearly show the contact patterns

Second, some IHS are curved just a bit (or a bit more than others), ditto for some CPU blocks...try to 'rotate' your block 90 degrees to deal with this concave/convex issue and remount on the IHS (perhaps with pressure paper as a test).

Third, undoubtedly, some folks are going to suggest 'lapping' the IHS and possibly the block...using increasingly finer grid sand paper (eventually up to 3000 if you can get it, i.e. automotive supply stores, though 2000 will do)...this can help as well, but you will remove all the markings of your CPU

Fourth, once you tried the 'rotation method' described above, using MX4 - and a bit more of it - than CL-U/P can also help as it is a bit better in shaping itself into 'cavities'

Finally, the pattern on your pics also suggest that there is a bit of an uneven 'mounting issue' (the 4 bolts that fasten it to the back plate) that may be joining up with the convex/concave items above.
Edited by Joa3d43 - 3/25/13 at 11:32am
post #14819 of 33558
Ive got my 3570k up to 4.7 with 1.3 vcore.

Max temps during normal operations (gaming, etc) is 75c on the hottest core.

Are these safe temps?

I dont plan on going higher. The only reason to delid would be to get lower temps. Is it worth it?
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post #14820 of 33558
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...this is also a regular topic as that happens a lot:

First, I would get some pressure paper to put between the block and IHS...it will more clearly show the contact patterns

Second, some IHS are curved just a bit (or a bit more than others), ditto for some CPU blocks...try to 'rotate' your block 90 degrees to deal with this concave/convex issue and remount on the IHS (perhaps with pressure paper as a test).

Third, undoubtedly, some folks are going to suggest 'lapping' the IHS and possibly the block...using increasingly finer grid sand paper (eventually up to 3000 if you can get it, i.e. automotive supply stores, though 2000 will do)...this can help as well, but you will remove all the markings of your CPU

Fourth, once you tried the 'rotation method' described above, using MX4 - and a bit more of it - than CL-U/P can also help as it is a bit better in shaping itself into 'cavities'

Finally, the pattern on your pics also suggest that there is a bit of an uneven 'mounting issue' (the 4 bolts that fasten it to the back plate) that may be joining up with the convex/concave items above.
^Agree with all this.
I would just add that I would only lap an IHS as a last resort. Also, I tried every position with two different H100i units. One worked best with one quarter turn to the left, the other worked much better turned a full half turn so it was upside down. You can also tighten the four bolts in different orders to get better contact where you want it. You just have to try and see what works best.

Since we are all delidded we know exactly where the die is, and I have found I get the best temps when concentrating on getting the best contact in that area of the IHS. It would be nice to have perfect contact everywhere, but if you can’t then try to get the best contact over the die.
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