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Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post

If you are hitting the voltage wall before the thermal wall then delidding will not make a difference.

Most people delid to get past the thermal barrier to see how far they can push their chip prior to hitting the voltage barrier.

In your case you seem to be hitting the voltage barrier first, so it's probably not worth a delid.
Makes sense to me.thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech View Post

OCN Name: Scarlet-Tech
CPU: i7-4770k
On Die-TIM: Ek EctoTherm (changing with Coollaboratory Pro when it arrives and going bare die)
ihs-TIM: Artic Silver 5
MHZ Gained: +200
OC After delid: 4.7 GHZ
Temp Drops: -20c @ 4.5 ghz
CPU-Z Validation of Max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/zjyyz1

Prior to Delid:



Post Delid, (with higher ambient as it warmed up today):




*I have to stress that When I tested this the first time, when I was getting 80 and such, it was 0c outside... Now is it 14c, and I have my window open with the CPUs as close as possible, as the room doesn't have temp control and stays at a staggering 25 compared. Taken today, the temps don't look that great, lol

You're in! thumb.gif Slappa Dat Sig On! tongue.gif
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Question- how long does it take for CLP to 'settle in' like AS5? Or does it not? I'm getting max temp of 29 at idle, on two of the cores, while the other two at 25. I may have to reseat cooler. Currently at 4.5ghz @ 1.290v for 5hours on prime95. Going to try 4.6 @ 1.290v and call it a day. thumb.gif
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Question- how long does it take for CLP to 'settle in' like AS5? Or does it not? I'm getting max temp of 29 at idle, on two of the cores, while the other two at 25. I may have to reseat cooler. Currently at 4.5ghz @ 1.290v for 5hours on prime95. Going to try 4.6 @ 1.290v and call it a day. thumb.gif

No curing time needed for CLU/CLP.
 
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I see-- good to know. It's probably the seating of the cooler then. After my first try- the temps were up to 35c. So I took off the cooler and the CLP was stuck on half of the cooler, lol. I guess I should do the 'star' method. I just did 'two thumbscrews' at a time on my h100i that were diagonal to each other.. then the last two. Laziness tongue.gif. Either way I'm happy thumb.gif
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What? You have to paint with CLP using some sort of brush. It does not work like normal paste. Please don't do the rice grain method or something with CLP.
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What? You have to paint with CLP using some sort of brush. It does not work like normal paste. Please don't do the rice grain method or something with CLP.

I did use a brush? I'm talking about seating the cooler on the IHS.
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I got scared when you wrote "CLP was stuck on half the cooler" and thought you used CLP there and with the normal paste method.
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I got scared when you wrote "CLP was stuck on half the cooler" and thought you used CLP there and with the normal paste method.

Lol- I seated the cooler with uneven force, by screwing the thumb screws two at a time. Which probably explains why two of my cores are perhaps higher.
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I don't know if many of you have H100i's--- but my backplate was extremely unstable due to gap of the pin and the plastic washer behind my ASUS motherboard. So, I went out to my local hardware store and got some nylon washers (all eight was like $1.50). Now the standoffs are 98% stable as opposed to before- it was really flimsy. This makes seating the the cooler extremely EASY after re-pasting TIM. Just thought I throw that out there.

So I took it slow this time and applied CLP carefully. Oh and I had to relap the IHS, because the CLP did not want to come off at all. I knew I was seating it incorrectly this whole time. The lapping didn't do that much probably about 2c-3c. I think going bare die is the way to go. Here's my results as of right now, as I am still in the process of undervolting at 4.5ghz. That third core is a b*tch devil.gif

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