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Does anyone have time to post about cleaning the IHS and Die? I apologize for not being able to look, but I need to study. I have Artic Clean, if that helps me at all.
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Does anyone have time to post about cleaning the IHS and Die? I apologize for not being able to look, but I need to study. I have Artic Clean, if that helps me at all.
your finger nail or a credit card works great for scraping the old tim off. The black glue is more difficult but you can remove it the same way.
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your finger nail or a credit card works great for scraping the old tim off. The black glue is more difficult but you can remove it the same way.

Then just give it a once over with the artic clean to make it pretty and shiny?

Also, since they are $4.99 I just ordered the EK-Supremacy PreciseMount Add-on Naked Ivy set of screws.. Good Idea to run a bare Die to get the best results or just put the IHS back on with CLP and a light silicone glue to keep it in place?
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 3/18/14 at 3:48am
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Then just give it a once over with the artic clean to make it pretty and shiny?

Also, since they are $4.99 I just ordered the EK-Supremacy PreciseMount Add-on Naked Ivy set of screws.. Good Idea to run a bare Die to get the best results or just put the IHS back on with CLP and a light silicone glue to keep it in place?

Yeah, not just for clean and shinyness. Also to remove any foreign material such as grease from skin and other contaminants. You don't need to glue the IHS back on as your cpu will be sandwiched between your socket and the heat sink block.

De lidded my 4770k last night on a whim while my rig is in bits .




IHS replaced upside down to denote it's been delidded.Delidding easily the simplest mod I've done to date, but the most stress inducing.

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Yeah, not just for clean and shinyness. Also to remove any foreign material such as grease from skin and other contaminants. You don't need to glue the IHS back on as your cpu will be sandwiched between your socket and the heat sink block.

De lidded my 4770k last night on a whim while my rig is in bits .




IHS replaced upside down to denote it's been delidded.Delidding easily the simplest mod I've done to date, but the most stress inducing.


Nicely done. I am waiting for CLP to here here and then I will be going through the process.
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I have a 3770k running on water i am real tempted to delid this 3770k because it can do 4.8Ghz at 1.22v stable which i think is quite a low voltage but the temps are about 70c under full load. do you guys think this 3770k could be a good overclocker delided since it takes so low volts to clock...
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I have a 3770k running on water i am real tempted to delid this 3770k because it can do 4.8Ghz at 1.22v stable which i think is quite a low voltage but the temps are about 70c under full load. do you guys think this 3770k could be a good overclocker delided since it takes so low volts to clock...

Check what it can do 5g's at IMO. 90c for quick stability testing is fine, just questionable for a 24/7 clock to run that hot
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I have a 3770k running on water i am real tempted to delid this 3770k because it can do 4.8Ghz at 1.22v stable which i think is quite a low voltage but the temps are about 70c under full load. do you guys think this 3770k could be a good overclocker delided since it takes so low volts to clock...

That would be a pretty good benching chip
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One question- does anyone know why my core voltage spikes up +0.1v on CPU-Z during stress testing? For example, I have 1.13v on adaptive @ 4.1ghz on my I5-4670K. When I run Prime95 the core voltage jumps to 1.221. Then when I stop the stress test it reverts back. I have seen youtube videos where the user sets the core voltage on adaptive mode like I did but the core voltage is fixed on their CPU-Z during stress testing. I have changed LLC to various low numbers 1-4 out of 7, still nothing.

I'm getting about 62C for my max temp which is pretty decent, but does anyone know why it fluctuates?

Here are pictures of my delidding.
I'm going to lap it this weekend.




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One question- does anyone know why my core voltage spikes up to 0.1v on CPU-Z during stress testing? For example, I have 1.13v on adaptive @ 4.1ghz on my I5-4670K.

Because you didn't read the haswell overclocking guide on ocn wink.gif

people without voltage spike on adaptive are often just monitoring the wrong sensor because so many people get confused between vid and vcore which isn't helped by bad labeling on stuff like cpu-z which can show the wrong one
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