Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › [Official] Delidded Club / Guide
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Official] Delidded Club / Guide - Page 1531

post #15301 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

I just delidded and I'm using ic diamond on the die and prolimatech tim on the ihs.

my temps under intel burn test are

78
91
91
89

Should I try a reseat? I was sliding the ihs around as the retention bracket was moving the ihs. The range from core 0 to 1 and 2 seem large.

in b4 CLU. That is an option in the future.

btw, my temps are high because my fans are all on low. I'm comparing my temps and keeping all variables the same except for of course the delid.

Also, I would just like to check to make sure you have the backplate on correctly. I helped someone out recently who was getting similar jumps in temps. Turns out they didn't have the backplate on correctly for their H100i. Do you have it so the two screw cutouts in the backplate goes over the screws on the back of the motherboard?
post #15302 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Swag View Post


If I posted, it'd probably be OT and some people didn't like it last time. tongue.gif

@stickg1
What IPA's are you trying? I recently tried this Canadian one and it's pretty good. thumb.gif

post #15303 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Have you ever ran any DDR3 1600 with your 3770k? I currently have 1600, but was thinking of upgrading RAM to 2400 since I have a nice new MVE board, but am scared of having to up the vcore more. I'm just wondering how much I will have to up the vcore.

...not with the 3770K, but with all the 3770 (non-K) in the VM - they run 32GB each of Ripjaws 1600. The 1600 to 2400 MHz jump may affect the CPU IMC to some extent, but the much bigger stress increase comes from running 32GB vs 16GB...btw, the MVE is known to love 2400MHz TridentX biggrin.gif
post #15304 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...not with the 3770K, but with all the 3770 (non-K) in the VM - they run 32GB each of Ripjaws 1600. The 1600 to 2400 MHz jump may affect the CPU IMC to some extent, but the much bigger stress increase comes from running 32GB vs 16GB...btw, the MVE is known to love 2400MHz TridentX biggrin.gif

AWESOME. I'm only going to be running 16GB anyway. Should I go with two sticks of 8 or four sticks of 4? I'm thinking of attempting an overclock on them. Do you overclock them? Should I look for a certain version? Or is it just luck of the draw?

EDIT: and it is Red and Black!!! I'm in love heart.gif It totally fits my theme!
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 3/30/13 at 6:58pm
post #15305 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

AWESOME. I'm only going to be running 16GB anyway. Should I go with two sticks of 8 or four sticks of 4? I'm thinking of attempting an overclock on them. Do you overclock them? Should I look for a certain version? Or is it just luck of the draw?

EDIT: and it is Red and Black!!! I'm in love heart.gif It totally fits my theme!

...others may differ, but I would actually go for a 16GB 'quad channel' (4x 4) kit as they tend to be closely matched / binned (usually meant for Sandy-E X79 etc)

...yes, the Red and Black - I'm soooooo tempted to do that 'desk computer' now - the MVE and Rampage IV have the same colour scheme and look very much alike (not identical, but close enough)...side by side ROG boards with TridentX matching AND red 3/4 inc cooling tubes on black Koolance block...cheers.gif
post #15306 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...others may differ, but I would actually go for a 16GB 'quad channel' (4x 4) kit as they tend to be closely matched / binned (usually meant for Sandy-E X79 etc)

...yes, the Red and Black - I'm soooooo tempted to do that 'desk computer' now - the MVE and Rampage IV have the same colour scheme and look very much alike (not identical, but close enough)...side by side ROG boards with TridentX matching AND red 3/4 inc cooling tubes on black Koolance block...cheers.gif

That sounds tasty. So I'm definetly going to get those. I'm running 4 x 4gb 1600 Corsair Vengeance right now. I'm going to go with black CPU block and black blocks for my 7950's and then go with white UV tubing because my Phantom 820 is white biggrin.gif I can't wait to get all my stuff for a full custom loop. I'm still confused with what I need to get though. I read the guide, but I am still not sure what some things are and what they do. I am going to run a single loop so I would need a pump, blocks for VGA and CPU, compression fittings, resevoir, and rads. What else do I need?
post #15307 of 33976
Very interesting.

I reseated and removed the ICD. I replaced it with prolimatech tim on the die and ihs.

Now they are:

68
74
75
74


This is more like it. I'm going to keep the prolimatech tim on there and see how it performs over time. I'd rather keep this tim on there than use CLU because of the flexibility of switching mobos and cpus. I've already dropped a good 20C... leaving 5C for added flexibility is worth it.

nothing was wrong with the icdiamond. it was just a bad seat
Silent But Deadly
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k @4.4 Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H Powercolor AMD 470 8GB Samsung 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingOS
Cricual M4 64 / WD6400AAKS Silver Arrow SB-E Arctic Cooling 7970 7 64 Ultimate 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
BenQ XL2410T Corsair AX650 Fractal Define R4 Logitech G5 
  hide details  
Reply
Silent But Deadly
(15 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k @4.4 Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H Powercolor AMD 470 8GB Samsung 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingOS
Cricual M4 64 / WD6400AAKS Silver Arrow SB-E Arctic Cooling 7970 7 64 Ultimate 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
BenQ XL2410T Corsair AX650 Fractal Define R4 Logitech G5 
  hide details  
Reply
post #15308 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

That sounds tasty. So I'm definetly going to get those. I'm running 4 x 4gb 1600 Corsair Vengeance right now. I'm going to go with black CPU block and black blocks for my 7950's and then go with white UV tubing because my Phantom 820 is white biggrin.gif I can't wait to get all my stuff for a full custom loop. I'm still confused with what I need to get though. I read the guide, but I am still not sure what some things are and what they do. I am going to run a single loop so I would need a pump, blocks for VGA and CPU, compression fittings, resevoir, and rads. What else do I need?

...usually at this point, a discussion breaks out whether you should have two separate loops (one for GPUs, one for CPU)...but if you make your single loop strong enough (ie Hokies83' setup), it can work...keep in mind that it is just simple math :...an overclocked 5GHz / plus Ivy 3770K at room temps can easily generate over 210 watts+ of heat energy...and a couple of GPUs (depending on the model) can add another 500 to 600 watts (especially if oc'ed), so that is all heat energy you got to get rid off...plus the more separate things you have in a loop, the harder your pump has to work re restrictions etc...

...that said, your list looks pretty complete; just add industrial-strength Velcro, ties for the bits that don't accept compression fittings (ie my MPC655 pump)...also, you didn't list tubes/hoses and fans but I am certain you know that you need those...finally, if you don't run custom water-blocks for your GPUs but Uni-Blocks (which are great), you also need to think about cooling the GPUs' VRMs and memory bits w/extra fans
post #15309 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

Very interesting.

I reseated and removed the ICD. I replaced it with prolimatech tim on the die and ihs.

Now they are:

68
74
75
74


This is more like it. I'm going to keep the prolimatech tim on there and see how it performs over time. I'd rather keep this tim on there than use CLU because of the flexibility of switching mobos and cpus. I've already dropped a good 20C... leaving 5C for added flexibility is worth it.

nothing was wrong with the icdiamond. it was just a bad seat

NICE^^^ smile.gif
post #15310 of 33976
Quote:
Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

Very interesting.

I reseated and removed the ICD. I replaced it with prolimatech tim on the die and ihs.

Now they are:

68
74
75
74


This is more like it. I'm going to keep the prolimatech tim on there and see how it performs over time. I'd rather keep this tim on there than use CLU because of the flexibility of switching mobos and cpus. I've already dropped a good 20C... leaving 5C for added flexibility is worth it.

nothing was wrong with the icdiamond. it was just a bad seat

Ok glad you got it off quickly. Wouldn't have been nice to let it sit and then take it off to find your die all scratched to hell. Glad you got some better temps. BTW CLU is extremely easy to get off of the die with an alcohol wipe. Just a little fyi. Good job thumb.gif
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Intel CPUs
Overclock.net › Forums › Intel › Intel CPUs › [Official] Delidded Club / Guide