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OCN name: illuz
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: Same
OC after delid: 4.7GHz
Temp drops: 25'c

Prime95 stress testing and I'm at 72 max.

Wow lots of new blood lately! Congrats & welcome! Valgaur will probably add you sometime today.
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Cheers bud. lurked here for a while, thought it's about time I posted. Very informative boards!



^ just to clarify, dunno whether I needed to show proof etc. I'll be changing this K2 out for a custom CPU loop in a few month, looking forward to those temperatures thumb.gif
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Hi guys, my PC won't boot with 2 sticks of RAM in. Anyone come across this before or know why this is? I don't see how delidding a CPU can cause my PC not to boot with 2 sticks of RAM.
     
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Wow nice results! is it worth to delid a sandy chip? I would like to try if the improvement is significant...
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Wow nice results! is it worth to delid a sandy chip? I would like to try if the improvement is significant...

Sandys are soldered on aren't they?

Also I've got an update to my problem. I can boot with 2 sticks, just not with dual channel frown.gif
     
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ram control (IMC) is on the processor, so I would guess you must have nicked it on a corner delidding?
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Hi guys, my PC won't boot with 2 sticks of RAM in. Anyone come across this before or know why this is? I don't see how delidding a CPU can cause my PC not to boot with 2 sticks of RAM.

Yeah, check the PCB around the die for any nicks or scratches. Sometimes you accidently scratch the PCB and it can have side-effects like a damaged IMC. Or it could just be the pins in your LGA socket, maybe something got bent as you removed and replaced the CPU. Check very carefully for bent pins and scratches. Once you find one of them, or both, let us know and we'll give you the procedure to fix it.
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Wow nice results! is it worth to delid a sandy chip? I would like to try if the improvement is significant...

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DELID A SANDY. They are soldered to the die. This will ruin your chip. Do not do it.
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Originally Posted by alancsalt View Post

ram control (IMC) is on the processor, so I would guess you must have nicked it on a corner delidding?

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Yeah, check the PCB around the die for any nicks or scratches. Sometimes you accidently scratch the PCB and it can have side-effects like a damaged IMC. Or it could just be the pins in your LGA socket, maybe something got bent as you removed and replaced the CPU. Check very carefully for bent pins and scratches. Once you find one of them, or both, let us know and we'll give you the procedure to fix it.

I delidded using the vice and hammer method, so I wouldn't expect and cuts into the PCB, although I tightened the vice a bit too much and there's a few marks on the IHS. I wouldn't expect that to cause any problem though. I looked over it once before installing it again but I don't remember seeing anything abnormal, everything looked alright to me. I might take it out again for another inspection.
     
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Atm i can do 4.7@1.32v, 4,8@1.36. I can sell this chip and get a new one without any extra cash. I m not really lucky with hardware though. Would you do it or shall i stay out of trouble?

Buy new one, test it, return or sell if it sucks...Then decide wether to sell your current one or not.
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Hmm... I am having an EK Supremacy nickel plated block along with the EK PreciseMount on the way right now and am planning to use the CLU.
With this I have a few options:
  1. Use the CLU on the naked die along with the PreciseMount
  2. Use the CLU between the die and the IHS and then use Gelid GC Extreme between the IHS and the block to protect the block from the CLU.
  3. Use the CLU between the die and the IHS and between the IHS and the block.

I would like to get the most out of delidding the CPU but I am also a bit concerned about damaging the block with the CLU...
Any suggestions?

I'd stick to the regular ihs in place mount with the retention mechanism and use CLU on die, and Gelid on the ihs. Also, don't spend money on that EK retention thing for direct die, it's money wasted.
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I delidded using the vice and hammer method, so I wouldn't expect and cuts into the PCB, although I tightened the vice a bit too much and there's a few marks on the IHS. I wouldn't expect that to cause any problem though. I looked over it once before installing it again but I don't remember seeing anything abnormal, everything looked alright to me. I might take it out again for another inspection.

Were you loading with defaults or overclock settings? Have you tried flashing your bios? Checked for bent pins in the socket?
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