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post #19891 of 31714
Completely new to this site and my first post biggrin.gif. I am going to delid my i5-3570k around friday when my CLP arrives. I plan to use the vice method which seems to be extremely easy to do as long as I don't whack it across the room. right now I'm at 4.4ghz with a vcore of 1.2 selected in the bios and also cpu-z says the same. I have an H100 and an AsRock z77 extreme4 . my temps on my cores were between 76-85. just replaced tim with as5, so it hasn't cured yet. Before i was getting less than 78. okay my questions are this. Should i put CLP on the die and ontop the IHS? how beneficial is lapping the processor and h100? and if I lap should i lap the ihs while it's still connected to the cpu or do it after i delid?
post #19892 of 31714
Using CLP between the die and IHS makes a huge difference, but it makes a much smaller difference between the IHS and cooler, so a lot of people just use regular thermal paste there. And lapping doesn't tend to do as much good as it used to, so I wouldn't bother unless you were still getting really bad temps after delidding, and you eliminated all the other possible causes (bad TIM, bad contact pressure, etc).
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I was thinking about doing a hybrid method using razer on sides that are safe from resistor contact and then using the vice to break the transistor side. Has this been done yet?

By doing this I am hoping to not have to whack it so hard to break just 1 side of glue. I don't think applying blunt force to a sensitive CPU chip is a good idea.

Just use the vice trust me.

1) Buy 20$ vice with flat sides so it doesn't damage your CPU (not the kind with teeth)
2) Tighten it to the point where the IHS is not able to move at all (but not too tight)
3) Place block of wood next to the PCB, hold it steady
4) Tap wood with hammer, not too hard, but certainly not too weak either.

It pops off and is perfection. Don't risk using a razor on your CPU. This method is fool proof.
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so, i was getting ready to finally submit my app when i noticed my CPU is idling allot warmer then it use to... I have 3570k at 4.6, 2 titans, 120.3 rad 120.2x 80thick rad...

I use to have cores as low as 10-15 degrees before putting my titan's in. Now my cores are idling closer to 30-35c

Is this from adding the Titans? Or is it more likely that the 10-15 degree readings i was getting at first were from a misreading sensor? I have fully reformatted my system since the last time i checked temps, so is it possible the reformat fixed a possible incorrect sensor reading?

My titans run just as cool as my 670ftw's did, but i guess thats only half the story.
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so, i was getting ready to finally submit my app when i noticed my CPU is idling allot warmer then it use to... I have 3570k at 4.6, 2 titans, 120.3 rad 120.2x 80thick rad...

I use to have cores as low as 10-15 degrees before putting my titan's in. Now my cores are idling closer to 30-35c

Is this from adding the Titans? Or is it more likely that the 10-15 degree readings i was getting at first were from a misreading sensor? I have fully reformatted my system since the last time i checked temps, so is it possible the reformat fixed a possible incorrect sensor reading?

My titans run just as cool as my 670ftw's did, but i guess its completely possible the titans are flooding the system with way more heat.
I would think it is obvious the titans are increasing your temps. I have my cpu on 1 loop and graphics card on another because of this exact thing. Also, being summer, the ambients are higher and you're not going to get get those cool winter temps. A lot of people have winter and summer oc settings because of this.
    
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It pops off and is perfection. Don't risk using a razor on your CPU. This method is fool proof.

Although I agree, Douglas Adams once poignantly remarked, "a common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely fool proof is to underestimate the ingenuity of fools."
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I delided my 4770k last night smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1405535/my-4770k-delid-video-ihs-removal/0_40

I'm now waiting my Liquid Pro for some more testing smile.gif
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Will this fit a gtx780 (http://www.aquatuning.no/product_info.php/info/p14121_EK-Water-Blocks-EK-VGA-Supremacy---Acetal.html)? Is it safe to only cool the core? The cards will be at stock everything btw.
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Will this fit a gtx780 (http://www.aquatuning.no/product_info.php/info/p14121_EK-Water-Blocks-EK-VGA-Supremacy---Acetal.html)? Is it safe to only cool the core? The cards will be at stock everything btw.

Not sure if you're in the the right thread, but that universal block should fit a 780 fine. Besides the core, you will want to cool the mosfets in the VRM, some small heatsinks (I cut ramsinks in half to fit nicely) with airflow around them will work.
    
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I would think it is obvious the titans are increasing your temps. I have my cpu on 1 loop and graphics card on another because of this exact thing. Also, being summer, the ambients are higher and you're not going to get get those cool winter temps. A lot of people have winter and summer oc settings because of this.

I live in miami... Our winter and summer is only ~10 degree difference, and my house has 2 full size AC units, both set to 74-75f 24/7


I really didn't expect an increase of 15-20degrees at idle on my cpu, though load temps have only gone up 5-10.

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Will this fit a gtx780 (http://www.aquatuning.no/product_info.php/info/p14121_EK-Water-Blocks-EK-VGA-Supremacy---Acetal.html)? Is it safe to only cool the core? The cards will be at stock everything btw.


Off topic... i know... But i don't really understand why people buy gpu only blocks, when you can get a standard block for almost the same price.
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