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Unless they are really deep scratches I wouldn't worry about them too much.

I am bummed. I can Hit 4.8 @ 1.36v with 1600mhz memory rock solid stability but to get my memory to 2133 I need 1.4v this is terrible lol.

Well the good thing is my temps don't reach 74c in a 80f room lol.


How much memory in the rig? Usually when memory overclocking I don't need more vcore unless really stretching it. I don't use more than 2 x 4Gb in the ivy rigs though.
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Its OFFICIAL! TonicX is running his 3770K BARE-DIE and has the best temps ever. biggrin.gif



I thought about this since before I gave my chip a shave. but needed time to work out the details. rolleyes.gif

Disclaimer: this is not advise or a guide, simple: This is how I did it.

With a metal coat hanger, yep, that's right a staple for any Modder. It is heavy duty though - so don't worry wink.gif



first I took the underside stand-off nuts to the grinding wheel, so the stand-off would screw down tight to the MOBO.



I just eyeballed the thickness of the IHS and tried to lower the block that much.
The COAT HANGER IS UNDER THE BRACKET - trust me. Im a professional kookoo.gif



CLU was applied so Intel should take note!

Best temps ever? tongue.gif

Good job though, I played with trying to get bare die booted up & lacked the patience to get the mounting pressure right.
    
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How much memory in the rig? Usually when memory overclocking I don't need more vcore unless really stretching it. I don't use more than 2 x 4Gb in the ivy rigs though.
Best temps ever? tongue.gif

Good job though, I played with trying to get bare die booted up & lacked the patience to get the mounting pressure right.

yeah- lots of block pressure- but the bracket bends and flexes so the pressure is displaced..

memory? 4 x 4gig why again?
   
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How much memory in the rig? Usually when memory overclocking I don't need more vcore unless really stretching it. I don't use more than 2 x 4Gb in the ivy rigs though.

4x4gb.

I am not sure either why it needs .05 more v's to get it stable. frown.gif If I run them stock @ 1600 I am prime95 stable 24hr's with 1.36v

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yeah- lots of block pressure- but the bracket bends and flexes so the pressure is displaced..

memory? 4 x 4gig why again?

Well A long time ago there was a MC coupon for I think $25 off of a purchase of $25 for higher. Lets just say I walked with $10 bucks for 2x4gb of samsung green's... And well I bought a few... lol. For this rig and my baby ivy rig.
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i hit a wall trying to run @5GHz . i am fine at 4.8 @1.39V but for 5GHZ i have to go up too 1.52 and still unstable
temps below 70C tho
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i hit a wall trying to run @5GHz . i am fine at 4.8 @1.39V but for 5GHZ i have to go up too 1.52 and still unstable
temps below 70C tho

I could do 4.7 @ 1.35-1.40 (pre-delid, so these numbers might be lower now). 5.0 takes 1.575. I could boot 5.2 at 1.7V, but it would fail prime95 without thermal throttling.
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I could do 4.7 @ 1.35-1.40 (pre-delid, so these numbers might be lower now). 5.0 takes 1.575. I could boot 5.2 at 1.7V, but it would fail prime95 without thermal throttling.
i think i will stay there i don't feel comfortable going higher
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i hit a wall trying to run @5GHz . i am fine at 4.8 @1.39V but for 5GHZ i have to go up too 1.52 and still unstable
temps below 70C tho

Yeah - me too - that's pretty much the max for ultra-stable (4800) it has something to do with heat transference in the 22nm lithography. any amount of external cooling cannot touch this effect. It is intrinsic to the 3770K but i'm happy with it none the less. I'm hoping to tune-in a stable 4900 with a reasonable Vcore after i'm done messing with it. but I will run it at 4800 if I cant do 4900 because I know 4800 can be run stable. like prime95 for 12+ hours with no whea errors .
   
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4x4gb.

I am not sure either why it needs .05 more v's to get it stable. frown.gif If I run them stock @ 1600 I am prime95 stable 24hr's with 1.36v
Well A long time ago there was a MC coupon for I think $25 off of a purchase of $25 for higher. Lets just say I walked with $10 bucks for 2x4gb of samsung green's... And well I bought a few... lol. For this rig and my baby ivy rig.

I'll have to experiment with 4 x 4Gb to see if I do need more vcore for that or not. I would have assumed more vccio/vccsa, but didn't think it would really affect vcore. I haven't tried it though, don't know if it is normal or not.
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Yeah - me too - that's pretty much the max for ultra-stable (4800) it has something to do with heat transference in the 22nm lithography. any amount of external cooling cannot touch this effect. It is intrinsic to the 3770K but i'm happy with it none the less. I'm hoping to tune-in a stable 4900 with a reasonable Vcore after i'm done messing with it. but I will run it at 4800 if I cant do 4900 because I know 4800 can be run stable. like prime95 for 12+ hours with no whea errors .

Gotta disagree with this a bit, phase or chilled water can be used 24/7 & it does make it a lot easier for higher overclocks.
I started having trouble with stability testing at about 5.5Ghz on the last chip I was playing with.
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I'll have to experiment with 4 x 4Gb to see if I do need more vcore for that or not. I would have assumed more vccio/vccsa, but didn't think it would really affect vcore. I haven't tried it though, don't know if it is normal or not.
Gotta disagree with this a bit, phase or chilled water can be used 24/7 & it does make it a lot easier for higher overclocks.
I started having trouble with stability testing at about 5.5Ghz on the last chip I was playing with.

that is a tad out of my budget
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that is a tad out of my budget

Water chillers are cheap, but they can sure ugly up a room, as well as take a good chunk of space.
Phase does get pricey, although cheaper than some guys spend on water cooling gear. It is hard to find good used ones, they go quick.

The post was more to point out that external cooling can counter the heat effect. At least somewhat, Ivy still doesn't OC as well on phase as a great sandy could for 24/7, although colder & colder makes it keep going faster where sandy would stop.
    
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