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Originally Posted by UPGR4Y3DD View Post

Hows it going gents? So I have actually delid two 3770ks. The first one wasnt the greatest performer but the second one I had some pretty amazing results. I wasnt aware of this club at the time so I really didnt have all the information required for membership but I figure Ill post what I got and hope for the best. Also when I reinstalled the CPU I swapped out the motherboard. I went from a Asrock extreme4-M to a Asus maximus v gene and I also lapped the IHS.

Pre-delid on the extreme4-M I was running 50x at 1.432v after about 10-15 minutes I would experience some thermal throttling.
After the delid/lap and on the M5G I used all the exact same setting and ran the test for 15 minutes and the highest core went to 66C but averaged around mid 50s.

OCN name: UPGR4Y3DD
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Coollabs Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Coollabs Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: N/A
Temp drops: ~50C!
CPU-Z validation of max OC:
LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

congratz smile.gif!
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Think I got a "not so good" overclocker, after delidding I can only get 4.5 GHz at 1.29 Volts stable, havent managed to get 4.6 GHZ stable yet regardless of the voltages. To be fair I did only try to 1.36 v so there is still headroom. I m running a custom waterloop just for the CPU, and my core temps never get above 50 degrees through normal usage, i ve seen it get to 60 but that was using Prime. Before delidding and using a waterloop i was getting around 80 degrees. Just shows how bad the thermal paste was on the original chip. now using liquid ultra on the die, and some PK 1 on the cpublock.

Idle: 19 - 24 degrees
Average usage temps 50 degrees hottest core
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Originally Posted by Annihilator83 View Post

Think I got a "not so good" overclocker, after delidding I can only get 4.5 GHz at 1.29 Volts stable, havent managed to get 4.6 GHZ stable yet regardless of the voltages. To be fair I did only try to 1.36 v so there is still headroom. I m running a custom waterloop just for the CPU, and my core temps never get above 50 degrees through normal usage, i ve seen it get to 60 but that was using Prime. Before delidding and using a waterloop i was getting around 80 degrees. Just shows how bad the thermal paste was on the original chip. now using liquid ultra on the die, and some PK 1 on the cpublock.

Idle: 19 - 24 degrees
Average usage temps 50 degrees hottest core

good temps man.
As for your chip - yeah not the best cip - I would say mediocre to bad type chip.
Mine is at 1.27v at 4.5ghz
post #18224 of 33576
The delid was a bit nerve racking. I wish that "no razor" method would have been posted... I would have loved to try that on your chip! tongue.gif lol
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What conventional water pipe fittings? They can handle 200psi of water for 30 years no problem. Probably even longer than that but I haven't been around long enough to say for sure. But fittings that a plumber would use with copper tubing are waterproof if done correctly.

Fittings for pc not the same.
    
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1/4" threaded on all your blocks, rads, etc. are common, not just in PC watercooling. They make alot of those fittings and you could pick them up at a local supplier.
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1/4" threaded on all your blocks, rads, etc. are common, not just in PC watercooling. They make alot of those fittings and you could pick them up at a local supplier.

There not what you use on a pc. Leak leak leak

they rely on Teflon tape instead of gaskets.. pure fail imo really when the heating and contracting and pressure goes up. wil not be long before ppl that used toilet plumbing in a pc are reporting ruined hardware..

I did plumbing on swimming pools for 5 years and the pipes with threads / teflon always fail before ones with gaskets.
    
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Fittings for pc not the same.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-metal-tubing/=mnvcl9

the 3/8th's diameter OD

then these fittings

http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_info.php/info/p6607_10mm-G1-4-plug-fitting----black-nickel.html

just making sure on the sizings at the moment
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Originally Posted by UPGR4Y3DD View Post

Hows it going gents? So I have actually delid two 3770ks. The first one wasnt the greatest performer but the second one I had some pretty amazing results. I wasnt aware of this club at the time so I really didnt have all the information required for membership but I figure Ill post what I got and hope for the best. Also when I reinstalled the CPU I swapped out the motherboard. I went from a Asrock extreme4-M to a Asus maximus v gene and I also lapped the IHS.

Pre-delid on the extreme4-M I was running 50x at 1.432v after about 10-15 minutes I would experience some thermal throttling.
After the delid/lap and on the M5G I used all the exact same setting and ran the test for 15 minutes and the highest core went to 66C but averaged around mid 50s.

OCN name: UPGR4Y3DD
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Coollabs Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Coollabs Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: N/A
Temp drops: ~50C!
CPU-Z validation of max OC:
LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

Hate to do this to you but can you do me a favor? wanna copy paste that into a PM for me? I cant access my google drive from where im at and I'll add you later this week once I get back to my rig.

Otherwise! You are in! slap your new sig on, very impressive temp drops! did you switch cooling units as well? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-metal-tubing/=mnvcl9

the 3/8th's diameter OD

then these fittings

http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_info.php/info/p6607_10mm-G1-4-plug-fitting----black-nickel.html

just making sure on the sizings at the moment

I see where the copper tube slides into the fitting a leak hazard.

You have to much stuff going on to do toilet plumbing to many places to risk losing your hardware..

If your dead set on toilet plumbing then atleast do this...

Only use the toilet plumbing where u can see it and use real tubing where u cannot atleast this will cut the risk factor down with out any side effects to the toilet plumbing look.
    
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