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Yep, you remove the IHS, clean up the black glue (this is what causes the high temps) and you can choose to keep or replace the Intel TIM.

Ooooohh.... I was thinking the stock paste was the culprit. Good to know.
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lol that chip will last way beyond 6 + years at those volts....my friends still has a 3770k 5ghz delid @ 1.54v 24/7 for almost a year now without a single hiccup...most likely the chip will start to show degration around 3-5 yeasrs time and will require tiny bump if any....and will last well beyond point of upgrade...

running my 4770k now at 4.9ghz 1.51v 24/7 inpout voltage 2.0 custom loop max temp with clu 73c:thumb:thumb.gif

its been said by intel ina couple of vids to stay within 10% of the chips max...well the max is prly around 1.5v so you get the idea biggrin.gif
so your Haswell is at 1.5v without issue? Is that 1.5v under load?

I been scared to go above 1.45v.

Currently my 4670k sits at 4.7 with 1.375v (1.408 under load) for my 24/7. I have booted 5.0 but I never stressed it cause it took 1.48v. My temps are under 83c when running ibt.
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so your Haswell is at 1.5v without issue? Is that 1.5v under load?

I been scared to go above 1.45v.

Currently my 4670k sits at 4.7 with 1.375v (1.408 under load) for my 24/7. I have booted 5.0 but I never stressed it cause it took 1.48v. My temps are under 83c when running ibt.

For me its no problem...as I live near several places to buy cpu's if anything ever happens biggrin.gif

also the intel tuning plan for 25$ lets you basically do whatever you want ha...

For some people running a high voltage overclock may make them feel like it might die or sometin which is understandable...

But if you can keep the temps reasonable under everyday load running a high vcore etc shouldn't hinder the chip to much...

keep in mind the tj max is 100c meaning basically you can run that chip up to or right below that numder and it should last for years++ at stock volts...so factor in the rest. smile.gif

besides I didn't delid and build a custom loop to be ocd about lifespan etc haaa
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For me its no problem...as I live near several places to buy cpu's if anything ever happens biggrin.gif

also the intel tuning plan for 25$ lets you basically do whatever you want ha...

For some people running a high voltage overclock may make them feel like it might die or sometin which is understandable...

But if you can keep the temps reasonable under everyday load running a high vcore etc shouldn't hinder the chip to much...

keep in mind the tj max is 100c meaning basically you can run that chip up to or right below that numder and it should last for years++ at stock volts...so factor in the rest. smile.gif

besides I didn't delid and build a custom loop to be ocd about lifespan etc haaa

I kind of disagree there that 100C is for not long term longevity in terms of reliability it can handle that heat yes but not for to long as it will fatigue. I always say keep it below 85C and then you're perfect really. thumb.gif
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Just did a little research on the clu. Since it is conductive, is there anything it could possibly short on or around the die?

And does anyone know of any canadian retailers that sell the compound?
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Just did a little research on the clu. Since it is conductive, is there anything it could possibly short on or around the die?

And does anyone know of any canadian retailers that sell the compound?

4770K has the resistors on the pcb so cover them with nail polish to prevent a short but other than that your good
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Just did a little research on the clu. Since it is conductive, is there anything it could possibly short on or around the die?

And does anyone know of any canadian retailers that sell the compound?

Yes it is conductive and should not touch any capacitors around the cpu but it is also very tacky and you could literally turn your cpu upside down and shake it after brushing it on and nothing would move. Basically if you painted it onto your ceiling properly (not a huge glob of it but a thin film like painting) it would never drip. I personally see no risk and no way it would get onto the capacitors from a proper application but some people like to cover the capacitors with regular TIM to reduce the risk of contact with clu.
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Thanks for the help!
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Originally Posted by Jugurnot View Post

Just did a little research on the clu. Since it is conductive, is there anything it could possibly short on or around the die?

And does anyone know of any canadian retailers that sell the compound?

Amazon.ca and Hookbag have it but they are both charging double at $35 (does not include shipping).

I'd also try buying from Amazon.com for between $12-$15. Some of these 3rd partners are willing to ship to Canada for cheap. That is one of my favorite tricks.

Also, another avenue would be to get it from FrozenCPU (next door to Ontario anyway), like I have, for $15 and paying the shipping and you'd still be way ahead.
 
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Amazon.ca and Hookbag have it but they are both charging double at $35 (does not include shipping).

I'd also try buying from Amazon.com for between $12-$15. Some of these 3rd partners are willing to ship to Canada for cheap. That is one of my favorite tricks.

Also, another avenue would be to get it from FrozenCPU (next door to Ontario anyway), like I have, for $15 and paying the shipping and you'd still be way ahead.

Yeah ive ordered from frozen before. Cheapest shipping but then there are customs charges on top of that.

I have arctic silver 5 on hand. Would this give me similar results? I take it the most important thing with delidding is getting rid of the black glue.
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