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Well lads... I killed a 3770k tonight...

Tried vice and hammer method on a friends 3770k... Poor lads cpu flew out of the vice (Even though had it gripped tight!) and broke one of the circuits on the underside.

RIP 3770k

Bought him a replacement who-let-rip-smiley.png
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Originally Posted by Daredevil 720 View Post

I'm currently waiting for my 3770K to arrive (got it for cheap, 216 euros new!) and I'm considering delidding it.

I read somewhere that delidded Ivys die soon if you go with phase cooling. Is this true? And does this also apply to watercooling? I'm planning on building a custom loop for it in the next 3-6 months and I wouldn't want my sweet 3770K to die on me for no apparent reason.

With sub-zero cooling you just want to avoid liquid metal tim, delidded should still be fine frozen with regular paste. Delidding ivy just makes it lose overclock headroom for extreme cooling.
Does not apply to watercooling at all, with regular paste you just have to watch for the TIM pump out effect.
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Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

Well lads... I killed a 3770k tonight...

Tried vice and hammer method on a friends 3770k... Poor lads cpu flew out of the vice (Even though had it gripped tight!) and broke one of the circuits on the underside.

RIP 3770k

Bought him a replacement who-let-rip-smiley.png

That sucks, second death I've heard about with the vice method due to cpu free fall.
Have to remember, when delidding a friends cpu, make him swing the hammer! tongue.gif
    
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Still waiting for my CLP to arrive, ordered it a week ago, still hasn't even shipped yet frown.gif
Will check in again once I've delidded the 4770k, with before-and-after temps!
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Originally Posted by King4x4 View Post

Well lads... I killed a 3770k tonight...
Tried vice and hammer method on a friends 3770k... Poor lads cpu flew out of the vice (Even though had it gripped tight!) and broke one of the circuits on the underside.
RIP 3770k
Bought him a replacement who-let-rip-smiley.png
Ouch, sorry to hear that.
The pcb flew off or the whole non-delidded chip flew out of the vise? If it was the latter, was it an older vice with worn or uneven edges?
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My i7 does that in its sleep. thumb.gif
Yupper

Hmm, I notice a lack of hyperthreading comparison in those images, not a 3570k to be seen.





So in the most popular game currently capable of utilizing hyperthreading, there's no significant difference in average FPS.
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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

Still waiting for my CLP to arrive, ordered it a week ago, still hasn't even shipped yet frown.gif
Will check in again once I've delidded the 4770k, with before-and-after temps!

Did you ordered it directly from CooLaboratory?

If yes, in my particular case using registered mail from Germany to México, it took the system a whole week to notify that the shipment had been sent (after the "we merged you payment with your order" notification tongue.gif) and another week to have it in my hands biggrin.gif

If this is not your case... idk what's happening then ph34r-smiley.gif
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What air cooling options are available for direct-to-die mounting?

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What air cooling options are available for direct-to-die mounting?
Don’t think I have seen anyone do it yet. Why do you want to go direct die? More work, cost, risk for a few c better. I know some are happy with direct die, but usually they already have a cooler that is easy to set up with direct die mounting.
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Hmm, I notice a lack of hyperthreading comparison in those images, not a 3570k to be seen.





So in the most popular game currently capable of utilizing hyperthreading, there's no significant difference in average FPS.

Incorrect. Crysis 3 is technically the most current game capable of doing this. As I proved in the screenshots, i7 does better than the i5. Fact. Sorry just the way it is. Also bf3 is known to have issues with hyper threading just google it.
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Incorrect. Crysis 3 is technically the most current game capable of doing this. As I proved in the screenshots, i7 does better than the i5. Fact. Sorry just the way it is. Also bf3 is known to have issues with hyper threading just google it.

Again, not really the place for this conversation, but it's not an apples to apples comparison. The 3470 and 3770 in your second graph are only 4 frames apart with a 300 Mhz clock difference, the first graph doesn't even have a quad core i7 in it and even then the minimum frames on that 3550 are only 2 below the hexa core. Take a 3770k run a benchmark then disable HT and run it again, the only real way to get a viable apples to apples comparison.
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