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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Cpu in the freezer won't hurt anything. HDDs are really the only part that can't be completely immersed in water, dried off, & work fine afterwards. I've left ram in the freezer & pulled it out, dropped it in the board & overclocked it while it was still cold trying to get better clocks. I've had wet cpus as well, all good when dry. I use them frozen all the time biggrin.gif .
LMAO thumbsupsmiley.png did you get higher clocks? lol
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yeah I have only done razor method myself and understand vice is very simple I was just thinking it would be that much easier with hardened and cold glue.

anyways.

Well hey, you don't know until you try!
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Originally Posted by Solonowarion View Post

yeah I have only done razor method myself and understand vice is very simple I was just thinking it would be that much easier with hardened and cold glue.

anyways.


I think it'll help, if it behaves anything like ram heatsinks....yeah people, heatsinks! tongue.gif I don't get why we have to call them heatspreaders to be understood. Must be Tom's hardware fault.
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I think it'll help, if it behaves anything like ram heatsinks....yeah people, heatsinks! tongue.gif I don't get why we have to call them heatspreaders to be understood. Must be Tom's hardware fault.

I didnt have any trouble getting them off my crucial ballistix tactical low pro's, but now I do have trouble getting them to stay on. mad.gif
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

LMAO thumbsupsmiley.png did you get higher clocks? lol

I did do a bit better but it didn't last long, would pretty much have to have the bios all ready to go for a very quick bench.
Wasn't helpful enough to keep doing it anyway, the upside down duster blast for a quick memory chill is more effective when necessary.
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I didnt have any trouble getting them off my crucial ballistix tactical low pro's, but now I do have trouble getting them to stay on. mad.gif

Some come with thermal pad or tape like most g-skill kits do, others like supertalent & corsair use permanent thermal glue (not sure about all their kits but at least some did).
    
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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.

You're In as well! thumb.gif slap your new Sig on!
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

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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.

I want a good one but not sure really what one to get....
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it's a thermal tape, it lost all of its tackiness when I peeled them off to check the IC's. And I had actually planned on painting them but decided it would be a waste of time because from a top view it's such a thin piece of metal that you would never actually see it. I might be in the market for some of this thermal tape if I ever sell this kit.

But to be honest this 2200MHz 9-9-9-27-1t 1.65v is pretty boss for the $45 I spent on them. Was brand new from Newegg before the DDR3 prices shot up.
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it's a thermal tape, it lost all of its tackiness when I peeled them off to check the IC's. And I had actually planned on painting them but decided it would be a waste of time because from a top view it's such a thin piece of metal that you would never actually see it. I might be in the market for some of this thermal tape if I ever sell this kit.

But to be honest this 2200MHz 9-9-9-27-1t 1.65v is pretty boss for the $45 I spent on them. Was brand new from Newegg before the DDR3 prices shot up.

That is good speed & timings for the price. A few years back had to spend a small fortune to get memory that could do that, I've spent $400 + on a kit more than once to be able to run similar specs.
    
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No idea what your talking about but it seems like a daft idea to put a cpu in a freezer, I cant see it working afterwards...

...I think it is not a good idea to put 'either...' in a freezer biggrin.gif
post #17410 of 33687
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Not sure if the freezer is cold enough. Cold does work though, for the corsair memory sticks that have the heatspreaders glued on, people trying to remove the spreaders were ripping the ICs right off the PCB, but 2 minutes at -196° & the heatspreaders will fall off on their own.

As for condensation concern, just make sure the temp is equalized & the cpu is dry before powering it. You can drop a cpu in a glass of water & as long as it is completely dried before powering it, nothing will get hurt.

...not a freezer question, but related: When do I have to start worrying about condensation ? I'm working on something whereby one tube leading to the CPU will be colder than ambient by about 5 - 10 C...theoretically, I guess that 'anything' colder than ambient can produce moisture, but in reality, is there some sort of magic delta ?
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