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post #2221 of 33641
Just tried delidding my 3770K and I'm getting a DRAM error on my Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe. Put in my i3-3225 and was able to POST.

/sigh
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

What are your temps? If not reaching 90s then yeah bump vcore by .02 or even .03

Temps in prime will log 105 for a core if i bump my
Vcore up. But gaming is the most strenuous thing i do and that will stay below 70. Any advice?
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Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post

Just tried delidding my 3770K and I'm getting a DRAM error on my Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe. Put in my i3-3225 and was able to POST.
/sigh

Take pics of your chip if its having issues so we can help. If its dram try reseating your RAM somtimes we make sillys.
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Temps in prime will log 105 for a core if i bump my
Vcore up. But gaming is the most strenuous thing i do and that will stay below 70. Any advice?

Don't prime it then. Its not worth frying your chip to say yeah it WAS stable at 5 for 12 hours. Just do a 4.8 or something. And if you really wanna say you did 5.0 prime stable then your gonna have to delid that baby. Temps are your enemy this round guys. Not vcore.
post #2224 of 33641
I was lucky

I delidded mine and I think I must have done something to the CPU cos now I can't use my 2nd Ram slot

Sorry to hear about your chip thou
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I was lucky
I delidded mine and I think I must have done something to the CPU cos now I can't use my 2nd Ram slot
Sorry to hear about your chip thou

Sure it isn't a bent pin or heatsink clamped down too tight? I think it's something with z77 motherboards, at least the ones I've used make it easy to take out a memory channel. My asus board will lose a channel if the heatsink is on a bit too tight, another just has a dead channel now, gotten one new in box with a dead channel. In all my cases it wasn't the cpu, but the board/socket.
    
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post #2226 of 33641
Got some good news. Turns out I didn't kill my CPU. Luckily I had a spare board and was able to get it to POST. So I'm thinking that maybe there might be a socket pin that is slightly misaligned which is probably the case anyways since I bought it from a seller who repairs computer parts. redface.gif
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Sure it isn't a bent pin or heatsink clamped down too tight? I think it's something with z77 motherboards, at least the ones I've used make it easy to take out a memory channel. My asus board will lose a channel if the heatsink is on a bit too tight, another just has a dead channel now, gotten one new in box with a dead channel. In all my cases it wasn't the cpu, but the board/socket.

I actually posted something in the Intel CPU thread about it.
Ive got a asrock z77 extreme4-M
Ever since I delidded and remounted the specific ram slot hasn't worked. I did slightly nick the wafer. But nothing extreme.
I did clamp down the heatsink as tight as I could. I hope that's the case. Will definitely try and remount again

Thanks!
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I actually posted something in the Intel CPU thread about it.
Ive got a asrock z77 extreme4-M
Ever since I delidded and remounted the specific ram slot hasn't worked. I did slightly nick the wafer. But nothing extreme.
I did clamp down the heatsink as tight as I could. I hope that's the case. Will definitely try and remount again
Thanks!

kinda odd. my waterblock is a Dangerden M6.. I tighten it down by hand until the thumb nuts are within a millimeter of bottoming out. I'd be scared to tighten anymore.
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Don't prime it then. Its not worth frying your chip to say yeah it WAS stable at 5 for 12 hours. Just do a 4.8 or something. And if you really wanna say you did 5.0 prime stable then your gonna have to delid that baby. Temps are your enemy this round guys. Not vcore.

4.9@1.416v stays under 90 in prime. I will go with that for 24/7.
post #2230 of 33641
Really considering this for the holidays.. I'm new to anything like this at all.

I'd love to test it on an older CPU.. But I don't have any TIM ones, they're all soldered I think.

I've got two E2140's and access to some form of Celeron, and some other E6xxx CPU's if I really need to, are any of these TIM'd..?
 
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