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Hi guys, new here. I finally finished my first loop and I am moving on the the fine tuning stage. After a disaster with Indigo Xtreme reflow I switched to CoolLabratory Ultra as per coming across this thread. My 3770k OC is at 4.5, I only adjusted the multiplier, and my temps are +/- 60 except 1 core is about +/- 72.5 at full load. Are the temps ok? Should I be concerned about that 1 core? Would delidding help? Do I have more headroom to OC for a 24/7 machine? Thanks.
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Yes to all o the above except being concerned with temps. Seem fine. I'd be more concerned about the CLU stain you're about to get on your block.

But you seem to have a ton of headroom. Delidding can only help.
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Yes to all o the above except being concerned with temps. Seem fine. I'd be more concerned about the CLU stain you're about to get on your block.

But you seem to have a ton of headroom. Delidding can only help.

I've read about the staining. Not sure I understand what it means though? The cpu waterblock or the IHS? I also read about lapping to remove stains. Not sure what that is either??
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So it looks like 40F is as low as the chiller will go even running continuously. Not sure why, but I have some theories.

a) It was previously running a saltwater aquarium, so who knows how much buildup is in the evaporator box. Might try flushing with some CLR or vinegar.
b) The pump I'm using is only 1/3 of the minimum flowrate specified. Not sure why there is a minimum flowrate...maybe cavitation is needed? I'll have a 1000 gph pump arriving on tuesday (3x the flow of an MCP655)
c) The bucket I'm testing with is uninsulated. I might just be reaching the limit of heat input = heat removed

All of these options are fixable. Option d) is that it's just low on refrigerant or something and I'm not paying to fix that.
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Absolutely - no issues whatsoever in Prime95 or Intel Burn Test .
I guess I was lucky with my chip, which might also explain the rather low temp drops.

The only little thing that really doesn't bother me is that at idle Core 1 is ~10C hotter than Core 3 (and ~5C hotter than Core 2 and 4).
At load delta T between the cores are ~4-5C and Core 1 tends to be the coldest at load.

Well then you have one hell of a nice chip man. Luck for sure, people don't get this good even after binning like crazy. 10C is a bit too much of a variation. You may need to recheck the TIM you applied inside and above the IHS.
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Soo, its probably in here among the 1700+ pages,so please dont hate...do you guys recommend coolabs paste over indigo xtreme when it comes time to put the water block back on? would i even be able to get the cpu hot enough for reflow?


edit: didnt know they make their own type of "eti" not sure what they call it...
Edited by skupples - 4/20/13 at 5:40pm
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Soo, its probably in here among the 1700+ pages,so please dont hate...do you guys recommend coolabs paste over indigo xtreme when it comes time to put the water block back on? would i even be able to get the cpu hot enough for reflow?

CLU is the way to go. Indigo is just too much hassle for not much gain. For IHS -> Waterblock just use normal paste. Only need the liquid metal stuff for die -> IHS.
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I check yesterday and 200 new posts. I check today (4/20) and 10 new posts lol.

What do you mean by that?? Are we busy doing something?? biggrin.gif

We're all busy doing the smoking bush. tongue.gif Except me, I've had work this entire day. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

Soo, its probably in here among the 1700+ pages,so please dont hate...do you guys recommend coolabs paste over indigo xtreme when it comes time to put the water block back on? would i even be able to get the cpu hot enough for reflow?


edit: didnt know they make their own type of "eti" not sure what they call it...

...depends how much extra temp reductions you want to gain... "somewhere" smile.gif in these 1700 pages, I posted some results of Coollaboratory Ultra (CL-U) on both the die AND the IHS vs CL-U on the die and MX4 (my 'normal' non-liquid-metal TIM favourite) on the IHS to water-block area...CL-U on both lowered temps by an additional 4 C or so in stress testing...

...the disadvantage of CL-U on your IHS is that it can be tougher to clean up, it can get rid of the 'writing stamp' on your IHS (though that doesn't have to be the case) and if your water block is untreated copper (i.e. NOT Nickel plated), CL-U by its very function will leave some cloudiness / marks on the water block after longer-term use....said marks do polish out, but if you plan to use the bottom of your water block as a mirror down the line...you have been warned... biggrin.gif
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Haha I was waiting for someone to say it!!! cigar.gif
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