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What is the normal difference in temps between a delidded 3570k and delidded 3770k?

I would have to say the average is between 15-20C as depends on the TIM and we have a lot over 20C and a few under 15C
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Thanks for all the feedbacks. Just one thing , it seems that the temperature is same before delid and after delid. I'm using Tim from noctua while waiting for my CLU to arrive. I have tried both line method and small dot method on the die but the result is still the same.
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Thanks for all the feedbacks. Just one thing , it seems that the temperature is same before delid and after delid. I'm using Tim from noctua while waiting for my CLU to arrive. I have tried both line method and small dot method on the die but the result is still the same.
I believe you'll truly need the CLU on the die to see the huge temperature drop.

For your IHS, this is just my opinion, after a lot of reading, watching many people do wrong, theories and myths.
I do how I've seen works best. Example, look at your stock HSF, the tim will amount to a circle in the chip not covering edges. I do same with TIM, i apply a smaller than bb sized dot in the middle and mount so it becomes a circle on my chip. line, x's and all other methods might work, but they don't work as good as the dot in the middle.

One thing I can guarantee is, never spread your tim out with a card, or a plastic, or anything, never put too much, and dont try to cover your whole chip. With tim LESS is more, you want a very thin layer for maximum performance.
GL when you get the CLU smile.gif Remember to use VERY little...



Does everyone here have a core that likes to stay cooler than the others? My core#3 is 6C under all others at min/max temps biggrin.gif why couldnt the other's be like him
  
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I believe you'll truly need the CLU on the die to see the huge temperature drop.

For your IHS, this is just my opinion, after a lot of reading, watching many people do wrong, theories and myths.
I do how I've seen works best. Example, look at your stock HSF, the tim will amount to a circle in the chip not covering edges. I do same with TIM, i apply a smaller than bb sized dot in the middle and mount so it becomes a circle on my chip. line, x's and all other methods might work, but they don't work as good as the dot in the middle.

One thing I can guarantee is, never spread your tim out with a card, or a plastic, or anything, never put too much, and dont try to cover your whole chip. With tim LESS is more, you want a very thin layer for maximum performance.
GL when you get the CLU smile.gif Remember to use VERY little...



Does everyone here have a core that likes to stay cooler than the others? My core#3 is 6C under all others at min/max temps biggrin.gif why couldnt the other's be like him

Chocolate is better on the die than what Intel used lol. But yeah CLP/CLU is best on die, also one of the best on ihs but it makes more of a difference from die to ihs rather than ihs to block.

I think everyone has a core that runs devil.gif er
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Hi guys, I also made a video doing this, even before this huge thread started. There are a lot of useful info on here, so can I put a link of this thread in my video description? I was going to do it, but thought it would be a better idea to get permission from the OP or any moderators first.



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What is the normal difference in temps between a delidded 3570k and delidded 3770k?

HT in the 3770K is what makes it run hotter than the 3570K and that's it. If you turn that off, temp difference would be between 5-10C.

And no, there's not a worlds temp difference between either of the delidded processors, taking into account of what I mentioned above.
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Hi guys, I also made a video doing this, even before this huge thread started. There are a lot of useful info on here, so can I put a link of this thread in my video description? I was going to do it, but thought it would be a better idea to get permission from the OP or any moderators first.




Good to see you here man, [H] buddy.
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I just tested my chip with 5.0 and 1.41v which is measurable more voltage and did 10 IBT runs as his screen shot shows. If you account for his 18.6c ambient vs my 24c then my hottest core was 68c vs his 70c. I use an IHS, and a very simple loop with very slow fans. Not sure where see a 50c drop.

Seems like many IB chips operate at different temps. You would have to try direct die to know for certain what benefit if any there is.


What was you IBT pass time when you ran it to compare to my run?
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