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Looks like most of it probably stuck to the IHS when it came off, but 4Ghz @ 80° with an aftermarket cooler does sound hotter than normal, even for a hot running cpu.

If you already have some CLU for it, should see a pretty dramatic difference. Any paste will help once the big wad of glue is gone, the liquid metal TIM on the die does do very well & is preferred though.
    
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Damn Valguar sitting on all the beer again...


what I do? sorry been doing insane amounts of homework and I'm still not done, been working on this homework for 19 hours already mad.gif
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what I do? sorry been doing insane amounts of homework and I'm still not done, been working on this homework for 19 hours already mad.gif

19 hours? Hokies must be right, homework & beer make homework take longer...
    
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About 5% of the internal die was covered in the thermal paste. Terrible job. 80C at 4.0ghz with an aftermarket cooler.
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Looks like most of it probably stuck to the IHS when it came off, but 4Ghz @ 80° with an aftermarket cooler does sound hotter than normal, even for a hot running cpu.

If you already have some CLU for it, should see a pretty dramatic difference. Any paste will help once the big wad of glue is gone, the liquid metal TIM on the die does do very well & is preferred though.

...strange things do happen...on my 3770K, the IHS was on 'crooked' from the factory with one side touching the PCB and on top of that the IHS was very concave...but the burned one above - wow...I like my steak crispy Chicago style, but not my CPUs wth.gif
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Update:

Now running with my RX480 submerged in 12 gallons of water. Water is being circulated through a 1/3 HP Chiller. 75F right now because it hasn't had a chance to get ahead, and I haven't insulated my reservoir or tubing. Impossible to heatsoak the rad now.

I give you 5.1 Ghz @ 1.725V (couldn't get 5.2 to boot at this voltage):



Do I need to start messing with Bclk and other crap now? Does this count as "Extreme Overclock" to where cranking the multiplier is the only thing needed?
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I'd be uncomfortable with those temps at that voltage. The temps are good for what you're running, but high temps + high voltage = danger, keep an eye out for it needing higher volts to maintain that. I dunno if it'll degrade there or not, but it wouldn't surprise me.
Might be an idea to let the water all cool right down first.

Bclk is more for trying to squeeze out the last few cpu & memory Mhz, & for avoiding cold boot bugs. You shouldn't need to mess with it unless you want to.
If looking at extreme cooled overclocks, around -100° ivy bridge stops booting up, setting bclk to 105 or so allows it to keep booting up again until it gets to -145° to -196° (depends on the cpu).
    
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That's too hot for 1.7v...insane and Franky-like. tongue.gif
You really hate your chip, right man?

I'd back down a little, or maybe try FtW's suggestions...if you can get the chip colder than ambient then it'll be worth seeing.
Why not dump the rad altogether?
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Water is at 67F, Ambient is 80F.

Peak temperature is dropping linearly as the water temperature goes down. Doubt I'll get the water much colder without insulating the reservoir. I might end up adding a 2nd chiller, because this one was a craigslist special and who knows if the refrigerant is topped off.

Can't dump the rad, because I'm running premix coolant. Would rather not have to buy 11 gallons of it, and the rad is acting as a coupler between the ton of chilled tap water (cheap and replaceable) and the small amount of coolant in the loop ($14 to fill just the loop). I could just run the chiller in the loop without the 11 gallon reservoir, but then it'll probably cause the compressor to cycle on/off too much and burn it out.
Edited by dr/owned - 5/2/13 at 10:04pm
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Well, yeah...should be ok. Second chiller might do the trick, along with insulation.
Good luck!
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Is. That 1.728vcore? For only 5.1!? Throw that chip away id consider extreme ocing once you reach the 2 giggle club. Those vvores for that clock iz just bad....sorry im on my phone
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