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Very nice haul... wink.gif

Keep us updated!

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...please forward to me asap specool.gif - please

noooooope, been waiting for a while trying to hunt down the perfect card and finally got a hold of a brand new one that will be amazing later (I hope)
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That was a quick clean to put it back in my rig to make sure it was still working after knocking it's top off tongue.gif Funny part is that was just with using the edge of a credit card to clean it biggrin.gif

It's a little cleaner now and when I get some CLU, Ill make sure it's perfect thumb.gif

Glad you like CLU tongue.gif welcome aboard biggrin.gif
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Hey Valgaur, it's been awhile but I got the temps on my system. I am running offest mode and doing manual at 4.5 Ghz @ 1.2 vcore seemed to not want to boot unless I was missing something. Anyways, I ran a test program and set (I can actually set a manual and a offset at the same time. My manual setting was 1.140v and my offset is +.2, this was reading at 1.304v while running Intel Burn Test.

OCN name:shamanik1320
CPU:i7-3770k
on die-TIM:CLU
ihs-TIM:CLU
Mhz gained:N/A
OC after delid:I run at 4.7 Ghz(4.5 for test)
Temp drops:N/A
CPU-Z validation of max OC:1.304v for the 4.5 Ghz test

My highest temperature readings were thus:

Core 0 = 76 degrees celsius
Core 1 = 85 degrees celsius
Core 2 = 83 degrees celsius
Core 3 = 78 degrees celsius

I have lapped my heatspreader on both sides using a lapping kit from FrozenCPU, which consisted of varying grits of paper up to 2500. I however did not lap the surface of my Corsair H100i waterblock surface. I just removed the paste and connected it using CLU inside and out.

Here is the picture of my delidded cpu again, now I know the criticism is spot on that it isn't the best application of clu, well, I actually broke my motherboard switching the chip, the cpu pins got bent, so after i took this picture, it sat on my shelf for a good two weeks before I got to install it. So I don't know if that's exactly how it looked before putting it together.

You can notice if you look around the CLU on the heatspreader you can see the copper coming through where it was lapped inside.

Only thing left is as someone on here suggested I'm going to someday get a power cable extension to get that cable so it can loop around behind. But I'm not gonna take it apart and do that until I get new fans for the inside. I'm trying to figure out what is the best route to take. I want to buy one 120 mm Delta fan so I can hook it up at low power and see how loud it is and it it's worth putting in and then I'll buy more if I like it, but I don't know what 120 mm's to replace. The exhaust fan on the back of the case is extremely weak, so that's a candidate, but then with that much power I should probably turn it around so it brings air in for the radiator above it. Then I'm thinking two delta fans to replace the native fans to the Corsair H100i, which brings me the fans on the Corsair H100i. I bought Corsair SP 120 performance edition fans for on top, I was told the H100i's come with fans were Corsair SP 120's, but the ones that came with the H100i can go extremely low, and much higher than the sp 120's I bought, the native fans go 1000-2500, and the SP 120's go about 2000, and they're on top, if they were the same the 120's on top should be going faster. What fans come with the H100i? I can't find this out.

And OMG, I should stick a Delta fan 120 mm above the 80 mm fan on my side panel. So 4 delta 120's at 40 bucks a piece. Only 160 for fans. Damn, this is not gonna happen for quite some time lol.

But I will buy one pretty soon so I can see if I like it. Any comments? What a Delta 120 sounds like on low power? I like when fans are loud, just not when I don't want them to be.
Edited by shamanik1320 - 4/17/13 at 1:41pm
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Depends on the Delta...you don't want those man. They get damaged when being shipped cause of the dual ball bearings.
Plus not all undervolt well without making ticking noises.
Get an fdb or hdb fan, either Panaflos 120x38, modern pwm fans like Gelid Silent 12's or Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15's...
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Originally Posted by shamanik1320 View Post

Hey Valgaur, it's been awhile but I got the temps on my system. I am running offest mode and doing manual at 4.5 Ghz @ 1.2 vcore seemed to not want to boot unless I was missing something. Anyways, I ran a test program and set (I can actually set a manual and a offset at the same time. My manual setting was 1.140v and my offset is +.2, this was reading at 1.304v while running Intel Burn Test.

OCN name:shamanik1320
CPU:i7-3770k
on die-TIM:CLU
ihs-TIM:CLU
Mhz gained:N/A
OC after delid:I run at 4.7 Ghz(4.5 for test)
Temp drops:N/A
CPU-Z validation of max OC:1.304v for the 4.5 Ghz test

My highest temperature readings were thus:

Core 0 = 76 degrees celsius
Core 1 = 85 degrees celsius
Core 2 = 83 degrees celsius
Core 3 = 78 degrees celsius

I have lapped my heatspreader on both sides using a lapping kit from FrozenCPU, which consisted of varying grits of paper up to 2500. I however did not lap the surface of my Corsair H100i waterblock surface. I just removed the paste and connected it using CLU inside and out.

Here is the picture of my delidded cpu again, now I know the criticism is spot on that it isn't the best application of clu, well, I actually broke my motherboard switching the chip, the cpu pins got bent, so after i took this picture, it sat on my shelf for a good two weeks before I got to install it. So I don't know if that's exactly how it looked before putting it together.

You can notice if you look around the CLU on the heatspreader you can see the copper coming through where it was lapped inside.

Only thing left is as someone on here suggested I'm going to someday get a power cable extension to get that cable so it can loop around behind. But I'm not gonna take it apart and do that until I get new fans for the inside. I'm trying to figure out what is the best route to take. I want to buy one 120 mm Delta fan so I can hook it up at low power and see how loud it is and it it's worth putting in and then I'll buy more if I like it, but I don't know what 120 mm's to replace. The exhaust fan on the back of the case is extremely weak, so that's a candidate, but then with that much power I should probably turn it around so it brings air in for the radiator above it. Then I'm thinking two delta fans to replace the native fans to the Corsair H100i, which brings me the fans on the Corsair H100i. I bought Corsair SP 120 performance edition fans for on top, I was told the H100i's come with fans were Corsair SP 120's, but the ones that came with the H100i can go extremely low, and much higher than the sp 120's I bought, the native fans go 1000-2500, and the SP 120's go about 2000, and they're on top, if they were the same the 120's on top should be going faster. What fans come with the H100i? I can't find this out.

And OMG, I should stick a Delta fan 120 mm above the 80 mm fan on my side panel. So 4 delta 120's at 40 bucks a piece. Only 160 for fans. Damn, this is not gonna happen for quite some time lol.

But I will buy one pretty soon so I can see if I like it. Any comments? What a Delta 120 sounds like on low power? I like when fans are loud, just not when I don't want them to be.

I'm curious how and why you lapped the inside of the ihs. Lapping must be done on a flat surface... This is impossible to do on the inside due to the raised lip. Do you mean you simply removed the nickel plating?
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Yeah, I just wound it around my finger and rubbed for a bit going up in grit after so long.

It didn't pose a problem, however lapping the top of the heatspreader, made it very hard for the CLU to stick to the surface, it was so polished it just run over the surface and didn't want to adhere but I slowly worked it back and forth until it was coated well and it worked good. I would like to go a year or two without removing the heatspreader and waterblock and see what it's like after that much time.
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????????????

Not enough posts in the delidded thread, usually pages, today just a few posts.

Omega man? thinking.gif

Good luck with the new card Val, what kinda pot are you getting?
Tek 9 Fat worked pretty well for me, but want to try the slim to see if it bugs the memory less.
    
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I want a raptor 3 pot...but oh so expensive! Even with a discount tongue.gif

Duniek replied to my pm, he has some stock left and offered some decent prices. rolleyes.gif
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????????????

Not enough posts in the delidded thread, usually pages, today just a few posts.

Omega man? thinking.gif

...nah - they all moved to the AMD threads now tongue.gif
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...nah - they all moved to the AMD threads now tongue.gif

AMD chips are sick. I'm going 8320 on my next build. Moar cores = moar scores! It's science! tongue.gifthumb.gif
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But AMD overclocks higher too
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2226595_ftw_420_wprime___1024m_fx_8150_146sec_546ms

although less core AMD at lower clocks is almost there...
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2257175_ftw_420_wprime___1024m_phenom_ii_x6_1090t_be_146sec_891ms

But more cores is better
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2211088_ftw_420_wprime___1024m_phenom_ii_x4_955_be_177sec_468ms

Extra threads beats more cores WAT?
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2224361_ftw_420_wprime___1024m_core_i7_2600k_129sec_906ms
    
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