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Might take my crappiest clocking 3770k & give it the treatment. Useless for benching, only thing it has going for it is a decent IMC. Need to set up a daily driver rig anyway to use for a heater in the LR.
    
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

Here is my submission:
After De-lidding:

After Cleaning:

Before-Delidding temps:

After De-lidding temps:

New max overclock:


Nice results so far. The right mount with the right TIM is very important to getting lowest temps.


Your i5 3570k seems to operate like mine.... extremely hot and not very over clock friendly. I'm just wating to see if micro center will have some awesome deals on 3770k on black friday and I might get one. 3770k seems to over clock alot better.
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I went back to my original post a week ago and it seems my temps have dropped quite a bit.
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Originally Posted by dalastbmills View Post

Hottest cores are as follows:
Core 0: 75
Core 1: 83
Core 2: 84
Core 3: 76
3770K -> 4.5GHz @ 1.288-1.304v

My new temps:

Core 0: 54
Core 1: 66
Core 2: 72
Core 3: 59

Most of the time during the IBT, it sat at 60.

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OCN name: dalastBMills
CPU: i7 3770K
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: none yet
OC after delid: 4.5GHz
Temp drops: 21-17-12-17
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2572882
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Nice results so far. The right mount with the right TIM is very important to getting lowest temps.
Your i5 3570k seems to operate like mine.... extremely hot and not very over clock friendly. I'm just wating to see if micro center will have some awesome deals on 3770k on black friday and I might get one. 3770k seems to over clock alot better.

It is hotter than I thought. This was actually my second mounting and re-application of the liquid ultra to the die and my first one was about 3 degrees better but I thought 18 degrees wasn't good enough so I tried again and got 15 degrees lol. I could still get more gains by switching to water. I am not sure I want to spend a couple hundred dollars on what could amount to another 100MHz.
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It is hotter than I thought. This was actually my second mounting and re-application of the liquid ultra to the die and my first one was about 3 degrees better but I thought 18 degrees wasn't good enough so I tried again and got 15 degrees lol. I could still get more gains by switching to water. I am not sure I want to spend a couple hundred dollars on what could amount to another 100MHz.

I do wonder if perhaps the NH-D14 isn't quite the best cooler to put liquid pro on the base of since the D14 tends to have a rather rough base, by design, and the liquid pro may not be substantial enough to fill those gaps as traditional pastes are. Pro is one of those TIMs which work better on very smooth surfaces. Have you applied it to both the IHS AND the base of the D14 beforehand?
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I do wonder if perhaps the NH-D14 isn't quite the best cooler to put liquid pro on the base of since the D14 tends to have a rather rough base, by design, and the liquid pro may not be substantial enough to fill those gaps as traditional pastes are. Pro is one of those TIMs which work better on very smooth surfaces. Have you applied it to both the IHS AND the base of the D14 beforehand?

Works fine i have tested it when i had an NH-D14... also u could always lapp the bottom of the nh-D14..
    
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I do wonder if perhaps the NH-D14 isn't quite the best cooler to put liquid pro on the base of since the D14 tends to have a rather rough base, by design, and the liquid pro may not be substantial enough to fill those gaps as traditional pastes are. Pro is one of those TIMs which work better on very smooth surfaces. Have you applied it to both the IHS AND the base of the D14 beforehand?

Actually I am using Noctua NT-H1 between the ihs and D14. I was thinking of trying the ultra but I don't want to have that "welding effect" incase I want to switch to water. Are there others in this thread that are on air that are getting much better temps at that clock and voltage? Curious if water is the huge advantage.
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Also are you guys usng the brush to apply the liquid pro/ultra or doing your regular pea or rice method on the die? I used the brush but it makes me wonder about air trapping under the ihs contributing to the higher temps.
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Actually I am using Noctua NT-H1 between the ihs and D14. I was thinking of trying the ultra but I don't want to have that "welding effect" incase I want to switch to water. Are there others in this thread that are on air that are getting much better temps at that clock and voltage? Curious if water is the huge advantage.

That is Liquid Pro and it takes along time for that to happen.. Ultra does not do that.. it is like any other tim...
    
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That is Liquid Pro and it takes along time for that to happen.. Ultra does not do that.. it is like any other tim...

Where did you hear that liquid ultra does not bond? I have been searching to high hell for that confirmation.
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