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Planning to delid my 3570k after Haswell is released, would you guys recommend the blade or hammer method? It looks to me like the hammer method would both be easier and carry less chance of damaging the chip.

I'm seeing mid 80's on a P95 blend running at 4.5 Ghz on 1.28v using an H220, but the ambient is close to 30c as well.
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Most seem extremely successful via the vice method
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Here we go.


OCN name: wRRM
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: COOLLABORATORY Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Arctic Silver 5
Mhz gained: 0 (nothing yet alteast)
OC after delid: 4.5Ghz
Temp drops: 20-25c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2813985

Tried to reach 4.7Ghz, will need a good bit above 1.4V for it frown.gif and i reasembled my loop yesterday and accidently moved the IHS so i need to reapply the TIM on the DIE aswell.

Pictures and stuff in the post further up smile.gif

If you are interested in the loop now.

Hey m8!

Here's a guide how to do it smile.gif

http://www.jkwebtalks.com/2011/03/enable-or-disable-hardware-acceleration.html

You're In! Sorry for the wait tongue.gif but I got you in now!
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Planning to delid my 3570k after Haswell is released, would you guys recommend the blade or hammer method? It looks to me like the hammer method would both be easier and carry less chance of damaging the chip.

I'm seeing mid 80's on a P95 blend running at 4.5 Ghz on 1.28v using an H220, but the ambient is close to 30c as well.
Did both mine with a razor without any issues, but today I would probably look at the vise/hammer/block of wood method. Just read through that thread and you can watch a bunch of videos of the guys doing it. Three things: get a vise that won’t move at all, don’t hit it too hard at first, and protect the chip from popping off unexpectedly.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade
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Did both mine with a razor without any issues, but today I would probably look at the vise/hammer/block of wood method. Just read through that thread and you can watch a bunch of videos of the guys doing it. Three things: get a vise that won’t move at all, don’t hit it too hard at first, and protect the chip from popping off unexpectedly.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade

Yea, my plan is to pick up a 4" drill press vice from Harbor Freight for under $20 and bolt it to a work bench.



Just not sure if it's worth doing with a chip that requires 1.28v for 4.5GHz.
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Yea, my plan is to pick up a 4" drill press vice from Harbor Freight for under $20 and bolt it to a work bench.



Just not sure if it's worth doing with a chip that requires 1.28v for 4.5GHz.

For reference: My 3570k required the same voltage for 4.5 GHz. After delidding, I'm running at 4.8 GHz at 1.46v with the same or cooler temps.
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i5 3570k @ def with antec h2o 920 with 2 noctua nf-f12 at 1000 rpm + lapping ihs in and out, and lapping also antec h2o

on die liquid pro , on ihs mx-4

temperatures after 10 minutes of prime95 small FFTs

before
47 - 51 -56 - 46

after
36 - 42 - 47 - 38

how is it?

some photos..

ihs and antec h2o lapping

http://i.imgur.com/CjVYWZwl.jpg - http://i.imgur.com/ZaHUHJ7l.jpg[ - http://i.imgur.com/MKlE3fEl.jpg

pcb with little scratch in corner up on left

http://i.imgur.com/AIkGLZXl.jpg

die

http://i.imgur.com/Mgxa0SJl.jpg

this is useless but I think it's funny XD

http://i.imgur.com/nCSCDI2l.jpg
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Yea, my plan is to pick up a 4" drill press vice from Harbor Freight for under $20 and bolt it to a work bench.

Just not sure if it's worth doing with a chip that requires 1.28v for 4.5GHz.
Only you can answer that. People spend a lot of money on cooling to get another few c here or there, while delidding gives most people 15-20c better temps. You have an average chip so it is a toss-up. Delidding will let you do 4.7 (or 4.8 if that high of voltage doesn’t worry you) where you can’t now because of temps, but you won’t be able to do 4.9 or above.

Also some people just want better temps and are not worried about a higher multiplier. There is nothing out there in the normal range of cooling that can compare with delidding.
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Only you can answer that. People spend a lot of money on cooling to get another few c here or there, while delidding gives most people 15-20c better temps. You have an average chip so it is a toss-up. Delidding will let you do 4.7 (or 4.8 if that high of voltage doesn’t worry you) where you can’t now because of temps, but you won’t be able to do 4.9 or above.

Also some people just want better temps and are not worried about a higher multiplier. There is nothing out there in the normal range of cooling that can compare with delidding.

I just want to be able to run 4.5 GHz 24/7, and while running a P95 blend I'm breaking 85c in under 15 minutes. The reading I've done says worst case I'll see a 10c drop and best case some people are seeing 30c. I guess I want to see how Haswell performs before I do it, I don't expect it to destroy Ivy prices, so I could always sell my UD5H if I damage the CPU.
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SkullWipe..I used a Razor blade to do mine... it took about 10 min's to take off IHS and clean all the Black silicon & TIM off....

I think a lot of guys mess up because they use a Razor that's too thick or blunt..

The razor needs to be NEW and real THIN (Do Not Use Box Cutter or such knives!!!).... And I have seen people poke the corner of the blade in DO NOT DO THAT!!! just use the middle of the blade bending it a little bit up at the ends. (just a little so it's rubbing against the IHS and not the PCB...

Hope this helps if you go this way to De-Lid...

I will take a pic of the razor I used..
and put it on this post in a bit...smile.gif
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