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That would be nice, I'd never run out! But these are more affordable & do the job

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My mom was watching some day time talk show the other day when I went over there for lunch. This guy was making margaritas with liquid nitrogen, I thought of you...smile.gif
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Alright got everything back together (just got my 380I) and now running 5.0 @ 1.5v max temps so far with a 1hr in prime doing 1792's is 74 degrees. If only I could make a loop for my 3570k lol.
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That would be nice, I'd never run out! But these are more affordable & do the job

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I can see a radioactive spider hanging from that wall man...watch out, you might get superpowers from it.
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My mom was watching some day time talk show the other day when I went over there for lunch. This guy was making margaritas with liquid nitrogen, I thought of you...smile.gif

I was trying to convince my gf of getting a dewar, might try the 'I can become a part time barman' line next...
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The up7 on XtremeSystems was OC higher then that wink.gif

Yep, the up7 has almost been overclocked as high as the ROG boards, a few more Mhz it will catch up the mvg, then another 100Mhz after that it can beat the mve.
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My mom was watching some day time talk show the other day when I went over there for lunch. This guy was making margaritas with liquid nitrogen, I thought of you...smile.gif

I did get one of the workers here after his shift, wanted a weak rum & coke so mixed one weak.
Then put in ice cubes made of 75% bacardi to bug him about being an easy drunk.
    
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Never actually seen 8 pack before, just the ab shots on his desktops.
Delidded would have probably been about 6.2Ghz, the average is about 200Mhz lost off the max clocks before delidding.

Realised just now he is part of the OCN team and you're in contact with him (same team too)! biggrin.gif!
Numero unooo in Canada?
Very impressive man!
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Realised just now he is part of the OCN team and you're in contact with him (same team too)! biggrin.gif!
Numero unooo in Canada?
Very impressive man!

We do chat in PM a fair bit, he's a good guy.

1st in Canada was more impressive in the extreme OC league. Right now I'm the #1 guy in Canada in the Pro OC, but it's not as impressive when I'm the only guy in Canada in the Pro league. 1st out of 1.
    
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Realised just now he is part of the OCN team and you're in contact with him (same team too)! biggrin.gif!
Numero unooo in Canada?
Very impressive man!

We do chat in PM a fair bit, he's a good guy.

1st in Canada was more impressive in the extreme OC league. Right now I'm the #1 guy in Canada in the Pro OC, but it's not as impressive when I'm the only guy in Canada in the Pro league. 1st out of 1.

Doesn't matter had sex.
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Hello all I wanted to say I also have joined the delidded club unofficially, and learned a lot of interesting stuff on the way. I don't have the proof I did it unfortunately, since I didn't have my name in the photo I shot, but I'll post it as it helps describe the process I went through and what I encountered. I also have a video of my finale PC build (completed, except I can still get two more gpu's (I have only one right now), but besides that, I have 16 fans (minus the power supplies, so 17, but I don't count it since it doesn't connect to inside of case, and my delidded 3770k using Coollabs Liquid Ultra inside and between the heatspreader and my Corsair H100i closed loop cooler. I purchased a lapping kit from frozencpu.com or some site and it was a lot of sandpaper for polishing the cpu really well, I polished the inside and the outside of the heatspreader, as you can see the copper circle inside the heatspreader here, surrounding the Liquid Ultra metal paste. Now this part went swimmingly, it covered and adhered great on the glue covered cpu dye.

My PC
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My delidded i7-3770k
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This picture is my property, do not reproduce or alter without permission.


Now the next part, isn't a problem, I mean my system has been stable for like a month since I delidded.and shows no signs of problems and I've been running prime95 and intel burn test successfully at 4.7 Ghz (however IBT makes things so hot I think every now and then my cpu was throttling down.) but I know it was a success. Here's what I encountered though, the lapped surface of my heatspreader on top of my 3770k when I applied the liquid ultra, I found the extra well polished surface I made made the Liquid Ultra not want to adhere real well, it seemed to roll right over the surface almost like metal water and not actually bond, Now I slowly applied the stuff and rolled it over and over everything really slowly and covered it pretty much perfect and not a drop getting on the PCB, Then I attached the waterblock and that was over a month ago. Now, whenever I do my favorite test, which is run Real Temp's Load Tester for testing your cpu and I run MSI Afterburner's Kombustor at the same time, after hours, my cpu with a +.2 volt offset value @ 4.7 Ghz, I don't see any core go past 85-90 degrees.

Here are my system specs and I have youtube videos of my setup if you want to see my channel it's shamanik1320.

Corsair 400r case
Corsair H100i closed loop radiator and waterblock w/ SP 120 performance edition in pull and fans it came with in push, on a Delidded i7-3770k w/ Coollabs Liquid Ultra as only used thermal paste in both sides of heatspreader. Lapped heatspreader on both sides as well.
8 Gb 1866 mhz DDR3 G. Skill Ares Ram
MSI Geforce 680 GTX twin frozr iii w/ 4 GB vram
Asus Sabertooth Z77 Motherboard
Thermaltake 850 watt PSU

I use this system to make gaming videos on youtube. I like games like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Battlefield 3, Crysis 3, stuff like that. I also play fps games and most games in general only with a Razer Hydra Motion Controller. It's like a wiimote but a lot better. I gamed with mouse and keyboard for 15 years or so, I haven't had a reason to game with mouse and keyboard since two years ago I picked up the Razer Hydra. It is just so superior in every single way. However you have to kinda set it up yourself, the way it works out of the box sucks.


Anyone who reproduces this system will find one minor problem, the radiator for the Corsair H100i, and the radiator port on top of the Corsiar 400r case, will not line up with the Asus Sabertooth Z77 motherboard, the plastic armour is way too in the way, I love the armour, and luckily it's pretty minor because you can get it in almost straight but with only 3 screws able to line up (not the original centered holes where it's meant to line up, but it doesn't affect the airflow, nothing is covered, just the two fans on top are centered and not perfectly lined up but the only a couple cm's skewed, I don't even consider that to be a problem, the problem I see, is I can only get 3 screws pinning the radiator to the case, and when I add the fans on pull (top of case), I could only get 2 screws in where there are four screw holes, however the radiator feels super secure anyways. But something you will definitely need to know going into it.

I also used a lot of electrical tape to cover up any gaps that would affect the airflow of the Corsair H100i since out of the box, looking at it, there were so many gaps. I figured duct tape the **** of everything around it that would allow air to leak out and not be pushed through the radiator.

I love this thing's fans, it puts off so much air, I just think it's fun seeing how much air you can move through a case. Now soon as I have an extra $120 I don't need, I'll get 3 delta fans for the inside (since the ones on top it wouldn't be a good idea as Delta fans can slice a finger apart if you were to touch it.

Another idea I had, I duct taped three small 80 mm fans in conjunction with one another so they all blow the same direction, does this help them really put out a lot more air working together like that? There is no way for air to leak out of it.

Here is the link to the video of my finalized pc if you want to see.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oql3aerGS5k
Edited by shamanik1320 - 4/4/13 at 6:02pm
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I got a lot of those 1st out of 1 scores... 2 pointers with gold cups lol biggrin.gif
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Hello all. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This is I believe my first ever post on the Overclock.net forums. I wanted to say I also have joined the delidded club and learned a lot of interesting stuff on the way. I don't have the proof I did it unfortunately, since I only have one pic and it has no way of telling who it is, but I'll post it as it helps describe the process I went through and what I encountered. I also have a video of my finale PC build (completed, except I can still get two more gpu's (I have only one right now), but besides that, I have 16 fans (minus the power supplies, so 17, but I don't count it since it doesn't connect to inside of case, and my delidded 3770k using Coollabs Liquid Ultra inside and between the heatspreader and my Corsair H100i closed loop cooler. I purchased a lapping kit from frozencpu.com or some site and it was a lot of sandpaper for polishing the cpu really well, I polished the inside and the outside of the heatspreader, as you can see the copper circle inside the heatspreader here, surrounding the Liquid Ultra metal paste. Now this part went swimmingly, it covered and adhered great on the glue covered cpu dye.

20.jpg 1116k .jpg file
This picture is my property, do not reproduce or alter without permission.


Now the next part, isn't a problem, I mean my system has been stable for like a month since I delidded.and shows no signs of problems and I've been running prime95 and intel burn test successfully at 4.7 Ghz (however IBT makes things so hot I think every now and then my cpu was throttling down.) but I know it was a success. Here's what I encountered though, the lapped surface of my heatspreader on top of my 3770k when I applied the liquid ultra, I found the extra well polished surface I made made the Liquid Ultra not want to adhere real well, it seemed to roll right over the surface almost like metal water and not actually bond, Now I slowly applied the stuff and rolled it over and over everything really slowly and covered it pretty much perfect and not a drop getting on the PCB, Then I attached the waterblock and that was over a month ago. Now, whenever I do my favorite test, which is run Real Temp's Load Tester for testing your cpu and I run MSI Afterburner's Kombustor at the same time, after hours, my cpu with a +.2 volt offset value @ 4.7 Ghz, I don't see any core go past 85-90 degrees.

Here are my system specs and I have youtube videos of my setup if you want to see my channel it's shamanik1320.

Corsair 400r case
Corsair H100i closed loop radiator and waterblock w/ SP 120 performance edition in pull and fans it came with in push, on a Delidded i7-3770k w/ Coollabs Liquid Ultra as only used thermal paste in both sides of heatspreader. Lapped heatspreader on both sides as well.
8 Gb 1866 mhz DDR3 G. Skill Ares Ram
MSI Geforce 680 GTX twin frozr iii w/ 4 GB vram
Asus Sabertooth Z77 Motherboard
Thermaltake 850 watt PSU

I use this system to make gaming videos on youtube. I like games like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Battlefield 3, Crysis 3, stuff like that. I also only play fps games and most games in general with a Razer Hydra Motion Controller. It's like a wiimote but a lot better.


Anyone who reproduces this system will find one minor problem, the radiator for the Corsair H100i, and the radiator port on top of the Corsiar 400r case, will not line up with the Asus Sabertooth Z77 motherboard, the plastic armour is way too in the way, I love the armour, and luckily it's pretty minor because you can get it in almost straight but with only 3 screws able to line up (not the original centered holes where it's meant to line up, but it doesn't affect the airflow, nothing is covered, just the two fans on top are centered and not perfectly lined up but the only a couple cm's skewed, I don't even consider that to be a problem, the problem I see, is I can only get 3 screws pinning the radiator to the case, and when I add the fans on pull (top of case), I could only get 2 screws in where there are four screw holes, however the radiator feels super secure anyways. But something you will definitely need to know going into it.

I also used a lot of electrical tape to cover up any gaps that would affect the airflow of the Corsair H100i since out of the box, looking at it, there were so many gaps. I figured duct tape the **** of everything around it that would allow air to leak out and not be pushed through the radiator.

I love this thing's fans, it puts off so much air, I just think it's fun seeing how much air you can move through a case. Now soon as I have an extra $120 I don't need, I'll get 3 delta fans for the inside (since the ones on top it wouldn't be a good idea as Delta fans can slice a finger apart if you were to touch it.

Another idea I had, I duct taped three small 80 mm fans in conjunction with one another so they all blow the same direction, does this help them really put out a lot more air working together like that? There is no way for air to leak out of it.

Here is the link to the video of my finalized pc if you want to see.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oql3aerGS5k

I didn't read your entire post because I have a stye on my eyelid and it hurts to look at the white background for that long (because your post was a mini-novel) but I did see the picture and that's way too much CLU. When it forms little puddles like that you know it's too much. That's going to hurt your temps by a couple degrees. It should be a smooth mirror-like finish.
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