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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

I haven't really paid attention to the revisions, looking at screens my first (& best) one bought at launch had no revision number in cpu-z, all my 321xxxxx chips were E1, & the newer 322xxxxx show E1/L1

...from early February' 13 (Costa Rica 'c' smile.gif )




...from yesterday, less than 2 Ghz per (...where are Hokies83 / IvanL when I need them ? biggrin.gif ) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

No, you are wrong, again. The IHS will sit slightly on that raised black line when seated perfectly. If anything, you could make the case that you want the IHS seated 'higher' than normal as to avoid that black line. But then your IHS will make contact with those gold dots at the top and I'm not sure what would happen if you did that...


The glue that holds your ihs negates the black line. Once dellided that black line will lift it up then. I want 100% perfect die contact I don't care if its a quarter of a millimeter. I demand perfect contact. I sanded both the top and bottom of the ihs for the best contact and even made the inner ihs flatter for better temps.

Unless haswells black line isn't beveled and raised like ivy then id say its fine. But any height difference I don't want. No matter how small.

Also the golden pads in the top area wont make contact with your ihs as those pads are slightly receased so it shouldn't be a problem.
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...from early February' 13 (Costa Rica 'c' smile.gif )




...from yesterday, less than 2 Ghz per (...where are Hokies83 / IvanL when I need them ? biggrin.gif ) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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...from early February' 13 (Costa Rica 'c' smile.gif )




...from yesterday, less than 2 Ghz per (...where are Hokies83 / IvanL when I need them ? biggrin.gif ) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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I was wondering what do you use to clean off the old Intel TIM off the DIE once you delided? Just regular alcohol and a cotton swap would be fine?
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Hokies is not having a good day, he is discovering the joy of having a defective apogee pump/waterblock setup that leaked on his board & made it stop working.

...oh boy - mad.gif how much damage ?

...may be this is not the best time to ask him about AMD HD GPU setups, BIOS etc
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I was wondering what do you use to clean off the old Intel TIM off the DIE once you delided? Just regular alcohol and a cotton swap would be fine?

A soft cloth, like microfiber.
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Anyone mount CLC water coolers directly on the die? Or do those too have a risk of cracking die and/or poor contact like heavy air coolers?
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I was wondering what do you use to clean off the old Intel TIM off the DIE once you delided? Just regular alcohol and a cotton swap would be fine?

Cotton balls and alcohol. Both available within 50 feet of each other at Walmart, and cheap.
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I usually use coffee filters for CPU's, zero lint.
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So what's up with ivy? Are all ivies nowadays golden because of some weird manufacturing thing? Or what? What was that whole deal about, did that ever mean anything?

Im considering just buying an ivy instead of haswell...

I can't be sure because I only have looked at a small number of serial numbers which can be traced back to the wafer, but it might be production recently shifted to D1D from Fab 32 (maybe to make room for Haswell?). You can't tell this from the batch number printed on the box.

This weekend I'm going to see about looking at some parametric data (current and voltage measurements) to see if there's a correlation between this data and better overclocking die.
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