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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

I've seen similar temps to yours (90c@1.2v on h100i) but also far lower. I thought a lot of it was down to people using adaptive voltage (which overvolts a ton if using avx instructions or something like that) creating a massive temperature gap, but concerning if you dont have that problem

Nope, exactly, I put the voltage control on 'fully manual', and just dialed in on 1.20V during my first test.
During testing I kept an eye on CPU-Z, and it didn't budge from the 1.199V mark at all.

Also worth mentioning, by the way, I ran IntelBurnTest, not prime95.

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Dont want to be a noob here, but can you link CLP and CLU where to buy it.

http://www.amazon.com/Coollaboratory-Liquid-Thermal-Interface-Material/dp/B0039RY3MM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370387822&sr=8-1&keywords=coollaboratory+liquid+ultra
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

What cooling? Did you make sure to use Manual voltage?

Also; Why are people using CLP a lot? I thought CLU was better
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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

I've got a Corsair H100i in there, stock fans, while I wait for my loop's parts to arrive.
Fans were running at 100% during testing.

Voltage was set to manual, both for 1.15V and 1.2V.

Personally I've always preferred CLP, CLU's a bit easier to work with from what I heard, but last I checked CLP's got a small edge temps-wise.

I now use CL-U exclusively...though 'better' can depend on a lot of factors (ie application method). I found that CL-U is slightly better than CL-P re temps in my various applications (3 CPUs, 4 GPUs), and also a bit easier to apply / clean up...and here is a YouTube vid I have posted (too many times biggrin.gif ?) before comparing CL-U, CL-P and MX4

EDIT - the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoleD6LSZt0
Edited by Joa3d43 - 6/4/13 at 5:18pm
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Dont want to be a noob here, but can you link CLP and CLU where to buy it.
heres another i didnt realize they got so expensive i think i paid that for two of them liguid pro and liguid ultra
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3784/thr-26/Coollaboratory_Liquid_PRO_Thermal_Interface_Material.html?tl=g8
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Thank you. And if I am going to Delid my 4770k, would the Vise and hammer be the best way still? or the blade? I want to take as much of the risk out of this. And should I use CLP and not CLU then on the die?
    
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For those who have picked up a haswell chip so far. Mind posting your batch number and info regarding voltage/current OC?

I get my pick of the litter if I decide to go 4770k instead of a 3930k, so if I can at least increase my chances of getting a better chip, why not? ^_^
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How much difference does CLU make on the die over something like MX-4?  If the gap is the problem, does the paste matter that much? 

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How much difference does CLU make on the die over something like MX-4?  If the gap is the problem, does the paste matter that much? 

A big difference. Maybe 10C cooler than conventional paste at first, but regular pastes will pump out resulting in higher temps that pre-delid, while CLU/CLP will not.
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For those who have picked up a haswell chip so far. Mind posting your batch number and info regarding voltage/current OC?

I get my pick of the litter if I decide to go 4770k instead of a 3930k, so if I can at least increase my chances of getting a better chip, why not? ^_^


I started a thread here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1397657/plz-post-your-haswell-temps-speed-and-chip-batch but hasnt been much reponse yet.
    
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is 56gflops the normal result for a stock 4770k with 8 threads at 3900 with HT?
Also, did CLU on the die, MX2 between ihs and heatsink. Temps decreased by about 5-10C vs the test i ran yesterday with MX2 between the die, IHS and cooler.
Would recommend CLU on the die over MX2 but make sure you isolate those resistors.
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Heh, the hardest part is getting the chip in there tight enough without denting it.

As my sig used to say, razors are a barbarous relic.
You need to have some feel to it, when it gets tigt in the vice, i tighten a slight turn more, maybe like 5 degree turn. Then try to wiggle the cpu in the vice see if it comes off easily. Its easy, just do it.
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