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Originally Posted by Bartouille View Post

I'll try going direct die with my NH-D14. I did the delid with NT-H1 which is a decent paste, even tho it might not be as good as liquid metal but still, NO temps difference, very unhappy.


I wouldn't use a large heavy air heat sink for direct die mount. For direct die mount light weight well made snug water block is best. Reason you don't want large heavy heat sink is because it can put too much pressure on the bare die. Bare die mount should be gentle and light weight with good contact between die and block surface and CLP has worked great for me.
Edited by SonDa5 - 7/9/13 at 4:35pm
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post #20102 of 31714
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

You really can’t comment on a temp drop after delidding until you use a liquid metal TIM on the die, and apply that TIM correctly which may take a few tries to get it right. Many people have tried other TIMs on the die and had disappointing results, that is normal. Get some Ultra or Pro then see what your temps are.

Yea... Well I'll order CLU and see... I still find it surprising, some people have like 20C drop with stuff like AS5 and MX-4.
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I decided I'm not even going to bother fixing my large temperature variance. If I can run 4.8ghz on my 3770k at 1.32V, and hottest core is around 73-74C, that's fine with me. I could probably get that down to 70C or maybe even less, but I'm not sure it's worth it because my block seems to be a real pain in the ass to get on since there is nothing that holds the mounting bracket behind the motherboard (I have ghetto tape secure it). This morning I was testing 4.5ghz at 1.15v (not sure if stable, left it priming when I left) and the hottest core was like 54C.

If anyone is looking for a decent and very lightly used retail 3570K (I did not delid it), I have one available. It's capable of doing 4.7ghz at around 1.26-1.27V. It seems on par if not just a tiny bit better than my 3770K, but they're basically the same batch which would explain why.
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post #20105 of 31714
Hi all.

Got my COOLLABORATORY Liquid Ultra today in the mail and i removed my old Noctua NT-H1 and after some cleaning i use'd the paste on the core and ihs like the guide on page 1, and then same paste between the ihs and my Ek watercooling block and after a test with prime95 , i see the temperature is 15-20 c less than i had with Noctua NT-H1.

Very nice , i5 3570k @ 4.6ghz around 60c , ambient temp is 30c atm.

Did manage to clock it @ 4.7ghz and about same temperature 1.344vcore but after 30 min prime the computer become slow and freeze.






I like the CLU smile.gif

//Rickard
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I redid the delid with NT-H1 and it seems better now. I took a flat head screw driver to remove the glue (I had some left over) and redid everything more carefully and now I'm at 4.5ghz 1.26v at 70/73/73/69. I don't think I'm gonna bother with CLU, currently it should be enough for 1.35v and 4.7ghz.
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Hey guys I have a delidded 3770k with CLU on the die that runs 4.6 @ 1.272V (1.260V under load). Max temp on the hottest core is 66 (H220). I cannot get past 4.6 though, 4.7 seems impossible no matter what I do.

I've tried every LLC, playing with PLL, every voltage from 1.280 up to 1.480, but I still cant get a stable 4.7.

The closest I've come is successfully passing 10 runs of Very High IBT, and when set to 20 runs it finished 13 before BSOD. Settings for this were BLCK 100, Multi 47, Vcore 1.290, LLC Extreme, PLL 2.0 (UD5H).

Any tips on how to stabilize it more? Is my chip even that good? For reference it does 4.4 @ 1.200V LLC Turbo. 4.6 @ 1.272 LLC Turbo.

Help Please? frown.gif
post #20108 of 31714
Try lowering your ram speed and uncore. Also put the CPU Current Capability to 130%
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post #20109 of 31714
uncore?

And good point about the ram. I'm running two 4GB sticks of Corsair Vengeance LP with an XMP profile that sets them to 1600Mhz. I should disable this?
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XMP can do bad things to the stability when over cloacking the CPU.. Im no expert, but after I turned off XMP, and set the clock manually, I was able to OC my CPU same/higher without BSOD.
XMP is maid for "standard users" that dosnt want to OC, but want RAM to run at what they are "suppose" to.. if you want full / over clocked RAM/CPU... dont use XMP.

atleast thats my 2cents.gif
 
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