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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?
Do not leave them bare if you are using a TIM that is conductive/capacitive like Ultra or Pro on the die. It is still too new for definitive answers as to which is best in covering them, but something like mx-4 would be pretty easy and safe.
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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!
Slightly higher voltage requirements than average but not bad at all. There are plenty of Ivy chips out there that need measurably more than 1.3v for 4.5.
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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

The air will naturally propagate to the highest point in the loop, which in this case is a radiator. The easiest way to eliminate this issue is to just put a fitting in the top of your res, place a length of tubing on it and let the loop run until the noise is gone and you don't see any more air bubbles. Then remove the length of tubing and replace the cap on the reservoir after topping it off with distilled or your coolant of choice.
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Hey Haswell peoples, could do with more > 5GHz validations for the [Official] 5GHz Club. Please overclock generously. biggrin.gif
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Hey Haswell peoples, could do with more > 5GHz validations for the [Official] 5GHz Club. Please overclock generously. biggrin.gif

I think that'd be asking a bit too much out of my chip, 4.5 already needs ~1.3V to stay stable!
Unless you mean just a validation, but what's the point in that?
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I think that'd be asking a bit too much out of my chip, 4.5 already needs ~1.3V to stay stable!
Unless you mean just a validation, but what's the point in that?

Haswell really seems to be focused towards mobile and general use computing more so than enthusiasts or gamers. It's a shame, because the motherboards look fantastic and offer a bit more diversity than Z77 boards did.

While I don't expect to see the same kind of overclockability we saw in the Core 2 era, it would be nice if the K series was something more than simply chips with an unlocked multiplier. Perhaps a better TIM on the die, or a different IHS material for better heat conductivity.
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DELID SUCCESSFUL!

Chip: i7-4770k
Method: Hammer and Vice
Covered transistors with: Electrical Tape
Undelidded Temps - Previous post (Click to show)
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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

Screenies:




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.

So here I am again, successfully delidded my i7-4770k a minute ago, ran some IntelBurnTest, and the results are every bit as spectacular as they were back when I delidded my i5-3570k! thumb.gif


Before:
4.3Ghz, Running at 1.15V:

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

After:
4.3Ghz, Running at 1.15V:

Core 1: 55°C
Core 2: 58°C
Core 3: 58°C
Core 4: 55°C
Package: 58°C

As you can see, temperatures evened out, and dropped 15-28°C across the board smile.gif
Ambients are slightly higher now than during initial test, about +2°C.

Screenshot:


I went from shocked and apalled at Haswell's temperatures, to being reasonably happy again smile.gif
When my custom loop and 900D arrive, I'll probably be sanding down the IHS again. I'd use the one from my 3570k, but that chip's been sold already.

Happy delidding, everyone! thumb.gif
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DELID SUCCESSFUL!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Chip: i7-4770k
Method: Hammer and Vice
Covered transistors with: Electrical Tape
Undelidded Temps - Previous post (Click to show)

So here I am again, successfully delidded my i7-4770k a minute ago, ran some IntelBurnTest, and the results are every bit as spectacular as they were back when I delidded my i5-3570k! thumb.gif


Before:
4.3Ghz, Running at 1.15V:

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

After:
4.3Ghz, Running at 1.15V:

Core 1: 55°C
Core 2: 58°C
Core 3: 58°C
Core 4: 55°C
Package: 58°C

As you can see, temperatures evened out, and dropped 15-28°C across the board smile.gif
Ambients are slightly higher now than during initial test, about +2°C.

Screenshot:


I went from shocked and apalled at Haswell's temperatures, to being reasonably happy again smile.gif
When my custom loop and 900D arrive, I'll probably be sanding down the IHS again. I'd use the one from my 3570k, but that chip's been sold already.

Happy delidding, everyone! thumb.gif


Oh Wow!! seams you have done it right! Nicely documented!
Would have liked some more pic's though smile.gif especially of the Electrical Tape.
Congrats thumb.gif
I just hope mine will turn out as well as yours did!
 
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I would agree.
It will help new delidders if Haswell people take pics of the pcb with the contacts covered with something and whatever TIM they used on the die. Basically take a pic right before you put the IHS back on and install it.
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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.
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


The bubbles are gone meanwhile
it took a few days and actually the pomp makes only noise if i let it go full power but it's throttled down to 1450 rpm so almost noiseless biggrin.gif
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The bubbles are gone meanwhile
it took a few days and actually the pomp makes only noise if i let it go full power but it's throttled down to 1450 rpm so almost noiseless biggrin.gif

Nice smile.gif

Can't beat a good water cooled setup.
I've gone back to air now since I get bored and swap parts out constantly, but the noise is driving me nuts!
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