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NP, good luck with that! I'll be getting some after I test my greenies, in case they suck with the MVG. *IF my cpu lives that is xD
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Hey guys, I posted here about a week ago. I delidded my 3770K the night before my Liquid Ultra arrived. The reason I have taken so long is because, in my excitement, I ended up *accidently* bending quite a few CPU pins on my motherboard, thus rendering it useless. I have set up an RMA with ASRock and have since purchased, received, and installed a z77 Extreme4, which also needs to be RMA'ed due to a bad RAM slot. However, the board is still fine and working with my delidded CPU. So far, my idle temps seem to be about the same if not a degree or 2 lower. Getting ready to benchmark, just wanted to post here.
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Hey guys, I posted here about a week ago. I delidded my 3770K the night before my Liquid Ultra arrived. The reason I have taken so long is because, in my excitement, I ended up *accidently* bending quite a few CPU pins on my motherboard, thus rendering it useless. I have set up an RMA with ASRock and have since purchased, received, and installed a z77 Extreme4, which also needs to be RMA'ed due to a bad RAM slot. However, the board is still fine and working with my delidded CPU. So far, my idle temps seem to be about the same if not a degree or 2 lower. Getting ready to benchmark, just wanted to post here.

Seriously what is up with all these bent pin stories I mean seriously. This shouldn't even be an issue lol.
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The ihs sliding on the die does that, when you press on the latch...happened to me too.
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The ihs sliding on the die does that, when you press on the latch...happened to me too.

First that I have heard of this. Good info.

For those that are de-lidding and using IHS seems like a good idea to glue the IHS to the PCB again to avoid this from happening.
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Yeah, or making sure it doesn't move when pressing the latch down (someone suggested placing the ihs off center to let it slide back in position but I wouldn't want to risk it)
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In my case, I tried to put the CPU in while my motherboard/PC was sitting upright (the way it normally sits) instead of laying the motherboard flat. One of my few "kid on Christmas morning" moments.

As far as temps go, my temps seem a little high.

@ 4.5GHz at 1.304 (quick offset with a new board, overclock isn't 100% fine-tuned)
I seem to be getting the same temps, with one core skyrocketing to 74.

I think I have too much TIM on the die. Would/could this cause high temps? Does the Liquid Ultra need time to cure?
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i put back my IHS because i think theres too much pressure and the pcb was getting warped...gave me a bad memory code.
but loosing it didnt give me any contact.
well i ordered a silicone thermal pad .5mm think (the height of the die) and hopefully that'll reinforce the chip and aid in the thermal dissipation.
i'll upload pics and results. once the pad comes. also going to be doing this at ~13C ambient (got to love fall/winter temps biggrin.gif)
what thermal paste should i use for direct die contact to waterblock?


Liquid Metal Pro will work great for bare die with water block. With Liquid Metal Pro you don't need to rely on high contact pressure. Just a little squeeze down keeping pressure low. I put a light coat of Liquid Metal pro on the die and the block. All I needed was a small drop of it and it covered both the die and block very easily.


I'm have been experimenting with thermal pads around the die as well. Put a .5mm pad around the die over a week ago. Haven't had time to put my water loop back together but will probably get it done soon and post results as well.


I added Fujipoly Extreme .5 mm in thickness around the die.





Also I am using a EK S115X TRUE back plate which works out great for this mount.




I tried the Fujiploy Extreme lwith 1 mm thickness and the CPU would not post. So hopefully .5mm thickness on the sides will work out better.

DT SNIPER lightly mounted nice and snug with Liquid Pro TIM.





Hope to get this up and running ASAP. Just haven't had time to work on it.
Edited by SonDa5 - 11/6/12 at 5:59pm
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Here is my submission:

After De-lidding:



After Cleaning:



Before-Delidding temps:



After De-lidding temps:



New max overclock:

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CPU-Z validation for 5GHz

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2500438
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