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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.

It is! So I got an error at 4.9Ghz with 1.46v and I refuse to go any higher (for a daily OC) so I'm down to 4.8Ghz at 1.42v and if all goes well I will keep that for my daily OC. Currently 30 minutes into testing. I also tried booting up with 5Ghz and 1.5v and it booted right up. I might validate that just so I can get into the 5Ghz club haha is that bad of me to do?

See, what I do is go into the computer room and lock myself inside and put a towel under the door and open up the windows and get the fans blasting to get it nice and cool. Doesn't affect the rest of the house and the GF doesn't complain. She doesn't really say much about it except giving me some, "you are very wierd" looks every once in a while when I sneak out for food. After being with her for 3 years I have done crazier things so as long as I'm being a good boy she doesn't care.
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 3/27/13 at 8:06pm
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

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.

...I'm giving away a little secret here I tried and it seemed to work...as shims to substitute for the hold-down wings, I thought of using the little plastic end pieces of 'water-pics for flossing' while I was brushing my teeth...they are hard plastic (non-conductive), very thin and you can stack them / apply MX4 as temp glue to get the desired pressure on the pcb...I got as far as trying it out in terms of locking the CPU latch and it works, though still had to deal with the water block 'gap' described above.

...just an idea for a cheap dry run at least and it does not leave any marks on the pcb...because the way Intel designed this, the hold-down wings play a key role in pressing the CPU pins into the CPU...once you delid and remove the black silicon, the pressure points are elsewhere (die center).
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It is! So I got an error at 4.9Ghz with 1.46v and I refuse to go any higher (for a daily OC) so I'm down to 4.8Ghz at 1.42v and if all goes well I will keep that for my daily OC. Currently 30 minutes into testing. I also tried booting up with 5Ghz and 1.5v and it booted right up. I might validate that just so I can get into the 5Ghz club haha is that bad of me to do?

See, what I do is go into the computer room and lock myself inside and put a towel under the door and open up the windows and get the fans blasting to get it nice and cool. Doesn't affect the rest of the house and the GF doesn't complain. She doesn't really say much about it except giving me some, "you are very wierd" looks every once in a while when I sneak out for food. After being with her for 3 years I have done crazier things so as long as I'm being a good boy she doesn't care.

Yeah after a while my family just gave up trying to figure out why I do half the stuff I do with my computer and just went with it.
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On my lawnmower?

Naked jumping jacks on the lawnmower would probably make them move out of fear for the insane man across the street... to guarantee it, yell at the grass while mowing.
"You, right there, you think you're tall? Huh? take this! Hey dandelion, you're next!'
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holy expensive, how are you gonna work that just shove it between the die and block?
My cpu temps are all over the place in RealTemp, I didn't know the built in ones were accurate

Realtemp uses a formula to calculate the core temps, there are no actual core tempo sensors, just the package sensor.
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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.

If using no paste, as soon as the board POSTs get into bios & check the temp ASAP in the bios, then you can continue into windows or shut down fast if needed.
Even with what looks like a perfect finish, a tiny bit of TIM may help, doesn't hurt to try both ways & compare.
    
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Yeah after a while my family just gave up trying to figure out why I do half the stuff I do with my computer and just went with it.

Haha REP to that my friend!
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Naked jumping jacks on the lawnmower would probably make them move out of fear for the insane man across the street... to guarantee it, yell at the grass while mowing.
"You, right there, you think you're tall? Huh? take this! Hey dandelion, you're next!'

Haha well then it is a done deal. Just have to wait until it gets nice out and then I'm doing it. Maybe the owner of MSI will move in next door and give me a few of those 7970 Lightnings (4 to be exact).
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when I insert the blade should I angle the blade towards the ihs so I don't get the blade near the pcb?
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when I insert the blade should I angle the blade towards the ihs so I don't get the blade near the pcb?

..yes - that is VERY important

...also, DO NOT let the ends of the blade anywhere near the pcb at all (that's how 99% of the scratches occur)...use the center of the blade above the pcb and angled at the IHS a bit
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Woooooow!!! Considering I'm making this post, it means my first delid experience was a SUCCESS ! I used the good ol' vice+wood+hammer method seeing as how I simply COULD NOT fit even the thinnest of razors between my CPU's IHS and PCB. And holy CRAP! are the temp results worth it alone!

Prior to delid, stable at 43 @ highest temps 94c, found out this was because of a horrible seating on the heatsink.

Post delid, retesting p95 on 43 with highest temps of about 72-74c, but this is with a better seating on the heatsink. This however I don't feel is a significant factor in that, prior to switching from my z77 extreme4 to my now ud5h, I was stable at 45 with highest temps of 93c with a good seating on the heatsink soooooo . . .

Pics to come once I find my max stable OC and get a validation so I can join the club wheee.gif

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Yes, I know my temps/oc ratings are a bit low, and for the voltage I needed to keep it stable at 45 and under 95c . . . I can honestly I don't have the greatest of chips frown.gif at all LoL.

But seeing as how I mainly just game, use matlab, multisim, and anime . . . I'm happy for a first time experience with OC'ing and Deliding biggrin.gif
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