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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Would not be easily replaced...

Soccer & football are very different games though.

Some interesting facts: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/06/the-origin-of-the-word-soccer/

Football is the sport these guys are talking about, not what Americans call football...for me at least.
Like the metric system, I just can't relate to other terms.
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Dude Fergie retired? Who is gonna replace him???


Val go full on baller and get some wormed chestnut, the most baller wood there is!

how much is that a foot?
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Awesome! Thanks, I just PMed you that info. No, I didnt change anything besides the delid and lap. I may have gotten better contact between the IHS and water block though. Also I sanded the crap out of the IHS. Sanded it down until the bevels on the corners were gone. Figured id give that much more surface area I guess.

holy crap... no wonder why i bet what happened is you sanded so much copper off is that the heat moves even faster.... i bet thats what happened.
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That's what I was hoping!
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It's hard to find. It mostly comes reclaimed from old barns and cabins. Typically like $6 per board foot in a 3"-5" board. It's not that bad in price really, it's just hard to get your hands on and when someone gets a bunch it's usually gone really fast. Wormy Chestnut is one of my favorites. Walnut is nice too but I think for the rich colors especially something that would look good with copper is a nice oak, perhaps red oak, or some maple. Your close to Canada, you might be able to get some maple easily. Buy extra drill bits, its majorly dense and burns up bits and blades fast.
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It's hard to find. It mostly comes reclaimed from old barns and cabins. Typically like $6 per board foot in a 3"-5" board. It's not that bad in price really, it's just hard to get your hands on and when someone gets a bunch it's usually gone really fast. Wormy Chestnut is one of my favorites. Walnut is nice too but I think for the rich colors especially something that would look good with copper is a nice oak, perhaps red oak, or some maple. Your close to Canada, you might be able to get some maple easily. Buy extra drill bits, its majorly dense and burns up bits and blades fast.

Im thinking either a red oak or dark stained oak as I love oak or a nice cedar stained well. My dad is a master stainer he knows his stuff when staining and we have bits galore along with blades. Finally found the fittings I've been trying to find for a while now, good holdings and looks and no leaks from what I've heard and nice to remove for a cpu swap once you empty the loop tongue.gif ....oh I will need a drain....hmmmm wonder where I will put that at....
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Not going to join but I'll just post my results from delidding my 3770K. The cpu is 1.160v 4.3Ghz (checked underload with multimeter to be 1.155v)
Going from average temperature across all cores I got a -15.75*C drop. Good enough for me. Put Liquid Pro between the die and IHS. CPU cooler is Thermalright True Spirit with a GT 1850rpm and between cooler/cpu I have MX-2. Case fans are Scythe Slip Stream PWM and a top exhaust X-Silent 140mm. I had all the fans blasting at max (1800, 1300, 1300, 900 ish rpm) for comparable results. Ambient temperature was around 23-24*C on both occasions.



Before cleaning it

Edited by lagittaja - 5/9/13 at 5:53am
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Nice one mate, what method did you use? Hammer or razor? smile.gif
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Razor

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E: Did some testing. 4.5Ghz is stable at 1.190v (1.186v multimeter)
After some quick 'n' dirty testing 4.8Ghz seemed to be stable somewhere between 1.3-1.35v.
I also tried to get to 5.0Ghz and 1.38-1.40v seems to be the area my chip would work at. I would need to get better cooling for that lol.
I'll probably go for the NH-U14S

E2: Might as well enter, is this below good for entry?

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CPU: 3770K HT ON
On-die TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Pro
IHS TIM: MX-2
Mhz gained: 700Mhz
OC after delid: 4.5Ghz/1.190v (1.186v multimeter), AVX IBT/6144MB
Temp drops: -15.75*C on average @4.3Ghz/1.160v (1.155v multimeter)
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2798644 Nowhere near stable and can go with lower volts after tuning but right now I have better things to do.
Edited by lagittaja - 5/9/13 at 9:47am
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...to Haswell or not to Haswell, that is the question..

wheee.gif ...the plot thickens as new 'real' Hawswell production samples (rather than engineering samples) hit the wild and are bench-marked...Haswell is supposed to be deliddable...per below and other tid-bits of info floating around, the 'stock' numbers between a 3770K Ivy and a 4770K Haswell don't look that different (though some memory bench marks clearly favour Haswell)...BUT, apaprently, Haswell will be a much better over-clocker on a vCore / MHz basis...we'll soon find out...
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