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post #24621 of 33673
i7 4770k delid results 3332Bxxx costa rica

only had time to test lower clocks atm...

4.5ghz/4.2ghz 1.22v load 1.229v/uncore v 1.17v adaptive both--

SA-+ 0.180v
IO- + 0.100v

8gb 2400mhz 1.65v

msi gd65

delided with CLU using tightening method.

max temp on IXT for almost 6 hours 58c

max temp gaming so far 47c


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post #24622 of 33673
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

That "pump out" stuff has nothing to do with copper or nickel or whatever. It's just that some thermal paste products don't stay where you've put it on such a tiny area like the die. The temperature changes and pressure make it move away. It gets squeezed out at the sides over time. You need to use a paste where people reported they had no problems. I think Arctic MX-4 might be good? or Noctua NT-H1? I don't remember really.

Oh okay I mixed up that pump out effect with the fact that copper may absorb gallium, my bad.
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Originally Posted by MrStrat007 View Post


iirc The only corrosion you would get with naked+CLU+nickel would be if the CLU got through the plating to the copper base, at which point you have the same thing happen as using a pure copper block. There are corrosion inhibitors for your loop, such as Mayhems product and various standalone options, BUT they are more to prevent the effects of mixed metals in the same loop. Even if you used an all-copper cpu block, CLU would not affect your loop, only your block.

However, given the tiny temperature differences, if you choose to go bare die I would just use a regular TIM like MX4 of NT-H1, etc. and not worry about using the CLU/P. More peace of mind, basically the same performance, and less to worry about thumb.gif

Phew okay ! I've learnt some, that's good, thanks. I'm heading that way so ! And now I can tell I know why tongue.gif Will dig around a bit to see what paste people use for that job.
Thank you again guys !
post #24623 of 33673
Hey guys, going to delid soon but all I can get my hands on is some GELID Extreme paste. Anything I need to consider when using this compound?
post #24624 of 33673
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Originally Posted by Jugurnot View Post

Hey guys, going to delid soon but all I can get my hands on is some GELID Extreme paste. Anything I need to consider when using this compound?

Nope, that is one of the premier standard cooling pastes on the market, it is the only stuff I will use anymore, even on a delid between the die and IHS, it's only a degree or two worse than clp/u in that situation, but without the headaches of using the coolabs product.
post #24625 of 33673
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jugurnot View Post

Hey guys, going to delid soon but all I can get my hands on is some GELID Extreme paste. Anything I need to consider when using this compound?

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post


Nope, that is one of the premier standard cooling pastes on the market, it is the only stuff I will use anymore, even on a delid between the die and IHS, it's only a degree or two worse than clp/u in that situation, but without the headaches of using the coolabs product.

What he said :thumbsups Just remember a little goes a long way.

 

Pretty sure it's non-conductive and has no break in time.  If EK lists it in their instruction manuals, it's probably pretty good ;)

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post #24626 of 33673
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Nope, that is one of the premier standard cooling pastes on the market, it is the only stuff I will use anymore, even on a delid between the die and IHS, it's only a degree or two worse than clp/u in that situation, but without the headaches of using the coolabs product.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

What he said thumbsupsmiley.png  Just remember a little goes a long way.

Pretty sure it's non-conductive and has no break in time.  If EK lists it in their instruction manuals, it's probably pretty good wink.gif

Thanks guys! hitting the confirm order button.
post #24627 of 33673
guys im running this



this chip its good candidate for delidded ???? im try to reach at least 4.9 ghz! whit low temps , im stuning on 4-8 1.260 vcore and 1.586 PPL.

im wondering if i got nice chip or commun one!

sorry for my bad english!thumb.gif
Edited by mr sadistics - 3/29/14 at 2:30pm
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Originally Posted by mr sadistics View Post

guys im running this



this chip its good candidate for delidded ???? im try to reach at least 4.9 ghz! whit low temps , im stuning on 4-8 1.260 vcore and 1.586 PPL.

im wondering if i got nice chip or commun one!

sorry for my bad english!thumb.gif

try 1.33 vcore and run ibt try to kmeep temps under 90-95 for that quick run. Good luck!
post #24629 of 33673
Can join the club lol...

Successful 3770k Delid using the vice method only no wood or hammer would recommend this way to anyone only took a couple of minutes...

Using CLP on die and antec 7 diamond on IHS

Load On prime 95..1 hour

Temp before delid at 5.0Ghz 1.3v load 88c max

After Delid at 5.0Ghz 1.3v load 62c max could may go lower with the volts but not tried yet as happy with these temps.

Temp Drop 26c

http://valid.x86.fr/8ckbpm
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Originally Posted by tpwilko08 View Post

Can join the club lol...

Successful 3770k Delid using the vice method only no wood or hammer would recommend this way to anyone only took a couple of minutes...

Using CLP on die and antec 7 diamond on IHS

Load On prime 95..1 hour

Temp before delid at 5.0Ghz 1.3v load 88c max

After Delid at 5.0Ghz 1.3v load 62c max could may go lower with the volts but not tried yet as happy with these temps.

Temp Drop 26c

http://valid.x86.fr/8ckbpm

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