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post #19121 of 33576
The way I see the i5 vs i7 debate:
Gamers = go or an i5 and spend the extra money on a better GPU
Anything else, apart from gaming (ie video editing which i do quite a bit) HT is useful thus the i7 (if you got the cash that said)

I got the i7 3770k - and I'm glad I didn't cheap out on the CPU.
post #19122 of 33576
Cracked the top of my 4770k today tongue.gif

Easiest job ever and 15-20' cooler with mx-4 under the lid.
Liquid pro should be here during the week w00t!!!

You people sending your chips flying are hitting it way to hard!
Took two tiny little love taps with the cpu firmly in the vice for me (probably a bit too firm but it's only a heat spreader lol) and cpu moved less then half a cm when it cracked open.
post #19123 of 33576
Man you got to love this De-lidding lark....



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post #19124 of 33576
I see it is going well (for most) on the haswell delidding front smile.gif thats good to know, since my 4670k + the rest of my new PC should be here tomorrow or the day after.
How did you guys deal with the "over-pcb" resistors or what ever it is? heard a lot of suggestions: electrical tape, MX4, silicon etc..
has anyone used any of it? or are you just leaving them bare?

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Hey guys,
long time i didn't post, but now it's time to.......
I slammed on a custom build waterloop on my pc, some modding was necessary, cause the case had an option for wc, but not enough space inside the case to put my tube-res inside so.....
But most importend change is the 7870 with the block from EK, now i have a nice quiet and very cool system



temps after a blend run of prime95
and a full run of 3dmark11

which gives me this on 3dMark11



It's quiet impressive how watercooling can change your system in such a positive way and second of all it's pure fun to do this to your pc.biggrin.gif

Here some pics of it







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Quote:
Originally Posted by GaMbi2004 View Post

I see it is going well (for most) on the haswell delidding front smile.gif thats good to know, since my 4670k + the rest of my new PC should be here tomorrow or the day after.
How did you guys deal with the "over-pcb" resistors or what ever it is? heard a lot of suggestions: electrical tape, MX4, silicon etc..
has anyone used any of it? or are you just leaving them bare?

(pic borrowed from page one)

Didn't touch mine but I'm using mx4 on the die so it doesn't really matter for now.
Will be getting some liquid pro this week though.
Decided against the ultra because it looks too liquidy and I didn't wanna risk it rolling off onto the surface mount gear as I'll probably just leave it bare.
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Originally Posted by chefproject View Post

It's quiet impressive how watercooling can change your system in such a positive way and second of all it's pure fun to do this to your pc.biggrin.gif

Nice temps thumb.gif
But so many air bubbles! That thing must be noisy as hell churning through the pump.
Once you get them out should be alot quieter and temps should drop a touch more smile.gif

Mind you at 1.48V I think the voltage will degrade your cpu well before the temps will!
Good excuse for another upgrade I guess when it does bite the bullet tongue.gif
Edited by self_slaughter - 6/10/13 at 8:09am
post #19127 of 33576
Quick question, do I have a decent i5-3570k? 4.5Ghz @ 1.28V, 4.6Ghz @ 1.325V, 4.7Ghz @ 1.375V?
Thanks!
post #19128 of 33576
CLP arrived!
And ironically, it did so before they actually mailed me the tracking number -_-

Anyway, that means I'll be delidding this chip tonight, most likely smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

CLP arrived!
And ironically, it did so before they actually mailed me the tracking number -_-

Anyway, that means I'll be delidding this chip tonight, most likely smile.gif

Awesome, plan to take a video (Could you?) tongue.gif I want to see this, well more specifically the results from it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Evil Genius Jr View Post

Quick question, do I have a decent i5-3570k? 4.5Ghz @ 1.28V, 4.6Ghz @ 1.325V, 4.7Ghz @ 1.375V?
Thanks!

Seems pretty decent for a 3570k! thumb.gif
 
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post #19130 of 33576
Just mask the caps on haswell with silicone or just apply non conductive TIM over them and CLU on the die. I went the liquid gasket route and CLU, no problems.
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