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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

I've done some testing on the i7-4770k before delidding, and the results are nothing short of shocking, temperature-wise:

For a very modest 4.3GHz overclock:

Running at 1.15V:

Core 1: 83°C
Core 2: 82°C
Core 3: 79°C
Core 4: 69°C
Package: 83°C

Running at 1.2V:

Core 1: 89°C
Core 2: 89°C
Core 3: 86°C
Core 4: 75°C
Package: 90°C

Cooling: Corsair H100i, stock fans, running at 100%.
Voltage Control: Manual, CPU-Z reported no deviation during testing.
Tested with: IntelBurnTestV2

Needless to say, this has me somewhat disappointed...

As soon as my new syringes of CLP get here, it'll be off with his head!

Edit: Updated post with all relevant info I could think of, for future reference.

Looking forward to your results, i had exactly the same results with my 3770k, after curing time with delid and CLU I cant get my CPU over 60degrees @1.344vcore. Best. Decision. Ever.

Keen to rip into this as well but unsure if to go Haswell or Ivy Birdge - E...
post #18902 of 33576
First delidded i5-4670k result I've seen posted here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1397764/delidded-4670k-results
Should get better when his Liquid Ultra arrives, it was done with PK-3.
Unfortunately only tested so far as of this post at 4.3ghz, not the 4.7-5.0ghz everyone's been waiting for...
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Originally Posted by L36 View Post




Applied some black gasket on the resistors, this is NAPA black liquid gasket which can withstand high temperatures without melting, sensor safe and pretty much rubber so will isolate the resistors from CLU. will mount tonight after it dries a bit more with CLU, my WC gear should be here tomorrow.

I like this idea very much so. the rubber will nullify an juice and will prevent anything if CLU/P moves a smiddgin
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Originally Posted by Kamrooz View Post

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? ^_^

Batch numbers don't matter at all with Haswell as Ivy turned out to be. This is mainly due to the smaller production sizes of the 22nm (Ivy) and 14nm (Haswell) There simply isn't any difference as different silicon is used and not all from the same area and the density needed makes everything change. they may be "near" each other... but no more than that really. Thats why I coined the Silicon Lottery instead of the chip lottery.
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

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? 

quite a bit actually if you go to the OP (seriously I made that 100+ member spreadsheet so in-depth for a reason) you can see the differences there but they range from 10-15C in some cases. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by jamdox View Post

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.

Why are you saying your unofficial? in you sig just curious biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

I think using the vice method could possibly bend the IHS and lead to poor contact between IHS and die. Razer seems like the better delid method to me.

I prefer the blade as well, I have full control and a totally controlled environment as well.
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I'd much prefer it if I had the vice myself, took me over an hour to delid with the razor blade purely because I was bricking myself and far too nervous to get stuck into it. I'd have to use the vice method if I were to delid IB-E, no way I'd take a razor to that rolleyes.gif
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OP, I suppose you know you have a typo here rolleyes.gif (more like a spelling error than a typo, since E and U are rather far apart, but who cares smile.gif )
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Originally Posted by ronnin426850 View Post

OP, I suppose you know you have a typo here rolleyes.gif (more like a spelling error than a typo, since E and U are rather far apart, but who cares smile.gif )

What? (sorry 13 straight hours of work get to you lol) make it stupid for me can you? I'm gonna sleep on that note be back in around 8 hours peoples! wink.gif
post #18907 of 33576
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Originally Posted by GaMbi2004 View Post

Congrats biggrin.gif 13~14c with higher ambient is a nice boost ^^
So the IHS didnt take damage as previously mentioned?
Did you CLU the chip only? or both chip and IHS? and what did you use for IHS <->Cooler
Also.. I think I missed this smile.gif what CPU did you delid?

I delidded my precious 3770k with CLU on die and Phobya hegrease extreme between IHS and cooler. The IHS got some nasty indentations/scratches but I lapped them partly to get rid of them.
A bad quality picture of my IHS before treating it:


After partial lapping (also had scraped some of the adhesive):


I grinded it a bit after that too and the edges ended up being pretty smooth but I couldn't finish the lapping due to a lack of sanding paper.
     
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What? (sorry 13 straight hours of work get to you lol) make it stupid for me can you? I'm gonna sleep on that note be back in around 8 hours peoples! wink.gif

Persuit should be pursuit mate smile.gif
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post #18909 of 33576
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Originally Posted by illuz View Post

Persuit should be pursuit mate smile.gif

someone made it for me tongue.gif
post #18910 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

someone made it for me tongue.gif

I love how no one noticed till now though.
I guess we are all grammar noobs biggrin.gif

PS - change it from IB to just club.
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