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Warming up with jumping jacks should have their curtains closed in no time.

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Okay so I had a horrible idea that just may be crazy enough to work... and/or destroy your cpu, either one. I was thinking delid the CPU, channel a little area where you can fit cables for a temp sensor on the ihs, tape temp sensor under ihs near die, close it all up. This is totally hypothetical, I would never do this with a new processor, just wondering if that actually could work

Why? The die already has a thermal diode. And you would also get pretty inaccurate readings trying to get a temp sensor to "stick" anywhere.
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Anyone have the dimensions of the 3770k die? By using pixel-counts and estimation on the socket spec, I think a 1x1 shim would cover the whole die.

EDIT: Nevermind, found the dimensions are well under an inch.

Silver shim ahoy:



Will be around 20% better performance than the stock IHS. It's a little bit thinner (around .2mm) and 7.5% better thermal conductivity (even more because IHS isn't pure copper)

holy expensive, how are you gonna work that just shove it between the die and block?
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Why? The die already has a thermal diode. And you would also get pretty inaccurate readings trying to get a temp sensor to "stick" anywhere.

My cpu temps are all over the place in RealTemp, I didn't know the built in ones were accurate
Edited by sbruno624 - 3/27/13 at 7:36pm
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60c, you sure that is your highest max core temp while stress testing?

Well after 10 minutes, but still pretty close. Here is after 23 hours of P95 with 1.36v with my new H100i



Even with my Noctua running 1.529v (DMM, and didn't do it for more than a day) on my old board temps didn't exceed 84c. This chip runs REALLY cool after delidding it. Temps improved with the new H100i (I turned it 90 degrees like you suggested) Also, temps in my room are pretty cool. About 15c in here. I stress test with the windows open just because I like my chip running as cool as possible when stress testing. I don't think I would hit my thermal limit anyways, but for me, the cooler the better.
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holy expensive, how are you gonna work that just shove it between the die and block?

Yes. Hopefully it arrives mirror-finish and I won't need to polish the side that contacts the die. If both sides are perfectly smooth (which we know the die is) there's no need for thermal paste. And keep in mind mirrors are made from silver deposition (at least sometimes).

Not too worried about flatness. Silver is malleable so when I screw the waterblock down it'll flex to conform to the die and waterblock.

I'll probably be buying some steel shims to substitute for the hold-down wings on the IHS.
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I'll delid my dead G620 with this method...
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Val - it got cold here in SC these past few days. Please keep your cold weather in the northern mid-west, please and thanks!

I thought it was nice wearing shorts last week. I was like 45C today, that's too cold for a stick!

pfffft make it colder!!!!!! biggrin.gif
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Well after 10 minutes, but still pretty close. Here is after 23 hours of P95 with 1.36v with my new H100i

Even with my Noctua running 1.529v (DMM, and didn't do it for more than a day) temps didn't exceed 84c. This chip runs REALLY cool after delidding it. Temps improved with the new H100i (I turned it 90 degrees like you suggested) Also, temps in my room are pretty cool. About 15c in here. I stress test with the windows open just because I like my chip running as cool as possible when stress testing. I don't think I would hit my thermal limit anyways, but for me, the cooler the better.
15c room temp? Dang my wife would never allow that. That explains 7c of it anyway.

Your screen shots makes sense, that shows 64c at 1.36v. I thought you were saying you could do 60c at 1.46v. So if 1.36v was 64c, then 1.46v should be in 70s for a long Prime95 run, and add in for low room temps – that makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.

Glad you are liking the new board, it is a lot more fun when your chip and mobo cooperate.
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Yes. Hopefully it arrives mirror-finish and I won't need to polish the side that contacts the die. If both sides are perfectly smooth (which we know the die is) there's no need for thermal paste. And keep in mind mirrors are made from silver deposition (at least sometimes).

Not too worried about flatness. Silver is malleable so when I screw the waterblock down it'll flex to conform to the die and waterblock.

I'll probably be buying some steel shims to substitute for the hold-down wings on the IHS.

Thats pretty slick, wish i had the money and know how to do that. I wanted to sand down the bottom of my ihs to get closer contact but I have to wait til school lets out so I have access to my equipment, and a work area. And ill actually use Liquid Pro instead of the thermal paste. Let us know how that silver turns out tho im curious
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Well after 10 minutes, but still pretty close. Here is after 23 hours of P95 with 1.36v with my new H100i



Even with my Noctua running 1.529v (DMM, and didn't do it for more than a day) on my old board temps didn't exceed 84c. This chip runs REALLY cool after delidding it. Temps improved with the new H100i (I turned it 90 degrees like you suggested) Also, temps in my room are pretty cool. About 15c in here. I stress test with the windows open just because I like my chip running as cool as possible when stress testing. I don't think I would hit my thermal limit anyways, but for me, the cooler the better.
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this is what i ran a while ago on my extreme 4 been stable ever since. but i cant wait to upgrade mobo just need to sell my extreme 4 first if i want the MVF. redface.gif
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