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The new Haswell Refresh comes with the same IHS problem?

Or will we have to do for them Delidded Club topic biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by KeepWalkinG View Post

The new Haswell Refresh comes with the same IHS problem?

Or will we have to do for them Delidded Club topic biggrin.gif

Depends as they say they are going to use a better Tim so that means they are listening to what we have here and have been doing! This club finally did what it was truly meant for!


I truly Thank each and every person in this club taking the risk to improve your own hardware let's keep this going!

-Val
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OCN name: blackmagic12345
CPU: 3770K
On-die TIM: Noctua NH-H1
IHS TIM: same as on die (heh all I had handy XD)
MHZ gained: 100
OC after delid: 4.8 GHz (finally stable)
Temp drops: 20°C

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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

asrock z77 - which board is this?

Some of them are known to give significantly higher voltage than you set (to the chip and to sensor displays) so you can set 1.25, have it show 1.25 at load, yet it can be like 1.32 for example - or 1.45vcore set, going to 1.6

just making you aware if you are not already - many "good" chips turned out to just be being overvolted enough to gain a couple hundred mhz by the boards and it can be dangerous if you're using higher volts.
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OCN name: blackmagic12345
CPU: 3770K
On-die TIM: Noctua NH-H1
IHS TIM: same as on die (heh all I had handy XD)
MHZ gained: 100
OC after delid: 4.8 GHz (finally stable)
Temp drops: 20°C

Wtb membership, I'm gonna edit this post as soon as I hit 2hrs in prime so I can add cpu-z screens

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You're in! thumb.gif Slappa Dat Sig On!
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

asrock z77 - which board is this?

Some of them are known to give significantly higher voltage than you set (to the chip and to sensor displays) so you can set 1.25, have it show 1.25 at load, yet it can be like 1.32 for example - or 1.45vcore set, going to 1.6

just making you aware if you are not already - many "good" chips turned out to just be being overvolted enough to gain a couple hundred mhz by the boards and it can be dangerous if you're using higher volts.

the board its fatality z77 profesional in bios setting 1.260 volts! i read about that u said! i dont have multimeter to read volts! but u said my voltajes can up! from 1.260 to 1.45v its scared! im think of 1.320 for max vcore! i can confirm its z77 profesional got the same bug a z77 ex4

temps in gaming dont reach even 60 degrees 50 - 55 ! what u think ? im gonna delideed today or tomorrow!

thanks sorry for my b english
Edited by mr sadistics - 3/31/14 at 8:41am
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the board its fatality z77 profesional in bios setting 1.260 volts! i read about that u said! i dont have multimeter to read volts! but u said my voltajes can up! from 1.260 to 1.45v its scared! im think of 1.320 for max vcore! i can confirm its z77 profesional got the same bug a z77 ex4

temps in gaming dont reach even 60 degrees 50 - 55 ! what u think ? im gonna delideed today or tomorrow!

thanks sorry for my b english

It probably won't increase that much even if the board is bugged. 1.32v is not dangerous on Ivy Bridge

It's just the case, some people get a cpu and they need to use say like 1.34v to get 4.7ghz, and then they run it in an asrock z77 board and they put in 1.27v and it works, they think the board is amazing but in reality it's just being secretly overvolted, with the types of volts people set with delid (think like 1.4-1.5) it can be way more dangerous then
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are ivy and haswell the only chips worth deliding?
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are ivy and haswell the only chips worth deliding?
Pretty much, dunno about the new haswell.
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are ivy and haswell the only chips worth deliding?
ivy and Has well are the current unruly hot heads from Intel, but any CPU that isn't soldered to the IHS could see a benefit from delidding and rpasting with some higher quality thermal paste/liquid metal.
. Maybe not to the levels you benefit from delidding the latest Intel chips, but as they say. Every little helps.
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