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SO if I decided to do a delid. Could I just use PK-1 paste between the IHS? or would the temp drop not be as drastic?

By all accounts, normal paste doesn't work as well under the lid. 10C difference with CLU over regular paste normally.
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By all accounts, normal paste doesn't work as well under the lid. 10C difference with CLU over regular paste normally.

Well PK-1 is not on same level as AS5 its way better, but if your talking texture or something else, then I hear ya. No worth it to me then. Having to buy vice,hammer, and CLU. I already got a great clocker, guess ill just deal with temps. redface.gif
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Well PK-1 is not on same level as AS5 its way better, but if your talking texture or something else, then I hear ya. No worth it to me then. Having to buy vice,hammer, and CLU. I already got a great clocker, guess ill just deal with temps. redface.gif

Liquid ultra has more than three times the thermal conductivity of pk-1. 32.6 wmk vs 10 wmk and with the amount of heat being immediately transferred through the small area of the die using pk-1 is a poor choice compared to clu.
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By all accounts, normal paste doesn't work as well under the lid. 10C difference with CLU over regular paste normally.

Well PK-1 is not on same level as AS5 its way better, but if your talking texture or something else, then I hear ya. No worth it to me then. Having to buy vice,hammer, and CLU. I already got a great clocker, guess ill just deal with temps. redface.gif
You don't have a hammer? @_@
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...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

Think he is still drying things off & testing. The PSU was fine, hopefully gpus & memory are OK, the board will be hit or miss, if it does still work it might be buggy. Hopefully all will be well!
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Well PK-1 is not on same level as AS5 its way better, but if your talking texture or something else, then I hear ya. No worth it to me then. Having to buy vice,hammer, and CLU. I already got a great clocker, guess ill just deal with temps. redface.gif

Most are delidding to get the kind of clocks you can run as it is. Keping the warranty never hurts, & when you want to sell it, get a screen with the lowest voltage it can boot into windows & finish a run of pi 32m. The extreme overclockers look for the low voltage 5ghz that haven't been delidded, should sell easily for a better than average price.
    
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Liquid ultra has more than three times the thermal conductivity of pk-1. 32.6 wmk vs 10 wmk and with the amount of heat being immediately transferred through the small area of the die using pk-1 is a poor choice compared to clu.

ya just did not wanna invest in much more considering its still risky as well.

On a non-delid 3770K and a crappy H20 620, im getting 4,8GHz at 1.270v max temp in prime is 85c Considering its mostly for gaming im cool with that.

Being greedy will only net me regret. lol
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Most are delidding to get the kind of clocks you can run as it is. Keping the warranty never hurts, & when you want to sell it, get a screen with the lowest voltage it can boot into windows & finish a run of pi 32m. The extreme overclockers look for the low voltage 5ghz that haven't been delidded, should sell easily for a better than average price.

Ya I agree, I just always dreamed of running 5GHz daily driver. lol I can get 5GHz prime stable at 1.35v but in order to do that I had to disable HT. Wich defeats the purpose of a i7.

I will just be happy with what I got, maybe even buying a H80i will help
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Sorry for delay, i broke my windows install by using system restore to remove service pack 1 after it failed (funny how that works eh)

Here's pics. Exact same bios settings, nothing changed (aside from vcore, which i RAISED slightly for the cooler result because i was not certain of stability), with and without service pack 1




My ambients dropped some, but definately not more than 3-5 degrees. The gap is quite a bit wider in terms of C when you are pushing OC harder, and im kinda concerned over this.. Do AVX instructions really make the CPU run that much hotter? I heard a lot about haswell overvolting in certain stress tests when avx instructions are used, and i can't get temps anywhere remotely close to the sp1 ibt/prime temps outside of stress testing, i'm not sure how to proceed from here. The ivy friend runs 1.1v ~120gflops with max temps of ~60 on hr-02 macho, which means with silver arrow my CPU is 15c hotter than his macho on undelidded ivy at the same voltage to get the same gflops reported, that can't be the case, i have much better case airflow than him, i know a lot more about how to apply thermal paste, my temps are icy outside of stress tests with AVX. Is this really working as intended?
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I'm pretty sure I got the best deal ever today! A fully working Asus p8vz77-v premium for..... $111! It's $450 on newegg! It didn't come with any of the accessories but I think I can live. biggrin.gif
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I'm pretty sure I got the best deal ever today! A fully working Asus p8vz77-v premium for..... $111! It's $450 on newegg! It didn't come with any of the accessories but I think I can live. biggrin.gif

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Sweet biggrin.gif
Got to love microcenter smile.gif It overclocks so much better than my asrcok extreme 4. Right now at 4.5ghz stable @ 1.3V with temperatures of 43C load! i5-3570k, still going up on overclock.
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