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Do you live in Antarctica?
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7 C under load at 1.385 volts at 4.8 ghz under water.

Quite certain what he meant was a 7 degree drop in temperature.
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Do you live in Antarctica?

Actually voltages are higher. Full of pain pills at the moment from kidney stones, so I got confused. 1.385 was for 4.7 Ghz. 1.435 is needed for 4.8 Ghz . Temps still decreased about 6-7C at 1.385 Ghz at 4.7 though. I don't know if I'm going to make it 5ghz for 24/7 running. I may have to settle at 4.9 Ghz to stay under 1.5 volts and 90C though. It just has to make it until the new 8 core comes out.

I was hoping my Sandy would have made it, it should have. Being under load all day every day for about two months combined with the occasional manual reset under load was too much. Lost a stick of 8gb ram and the CPU because of running stuff past my rams capacity makes for windows being unable to kill worker processes from Simulation CFD. The parent program closes on it's own. Rather annoying of Autodesk, although not surprising. I've waited over a day before without closure, so I just started to hit reset because I don't have days to wait to rerun what I need to run. Totally useless simulations as well, but that would require a few pages of ranting, and I'm trying to move on from that at this time. One month left until graduation and I can forget about it.

Anyhow, no, I live in southern Louisiana. I just have 2 560x140 rads and 2 360x180 rads in a well insulated and baffled box. So fans are cranked up since there are no sound penalities. The box was well worth the time to construct. 30 ft of tubing probably dissipates a bit of heat as well.
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CLU was totally worth it.

At 1.375 volts and 4.6 ghz stock, temps reached 88C

At 1.435 volts and 4.8 ghz, temps reached 89C

At 1.435 volts and 4.8 ghz with Cool Laboratory Ultra, temps reached 70C.

All temps recorded under IBT using very high test settings for 5 passes. Highest temperature is as recorded by RealTemp. CLU is some awesome stuff.
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Thanks for the awesome guide! Please allow me into the club.

OCN name: kirb112
CPU: i7 3770K
on die-TIM: CooLaboratory Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Arctic Silver 5. Will be replacing with CooLaboratory Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: No more OCing as of yet. Looking forward to doing it this week.
OC after delid: 4.6GHz
Temp drops: Hottest core was 86C. After delidding, hottest core was 63C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: CPU-Z Validation Kirb112
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Thanks for the awesome guide! Please allow me into the club.

OCN name: kirb112
CPU: i7 3770K
on die-TIM: CooLaboratory Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Arctic Silver 5. Will be replacing with CooLaboratory Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: No more OCing as of yet. Looking forward to doing it this week.
OC after delid: 4.6GHz
Temp drops: Hottest core was 86C. After delidding, hottest core was 63C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: CPU-Z Validation Kirb112

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What do you all think of this at the moment?

i7 4770k
Noctua NH-D14
Clocked at 4.4ghz with the vcore at 1.145 and it's stable! (Using the thermal paste that came with the cooler)
Temps reach a maximum of 60c under load

Is this okay? I'm still going to delid I think when all my stuff arrive...
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What do you all think of this at the moment?

i7 4770k
Noctua NH-D14
Clocked at 4.4ghz with the vcore at 1.145 and it's stable! (Using the thermal paste that came with the cooler)
Temps reach a maximum of 60c under load

Is this okay? I'm still going to delid I think when all my stuff arrive...

do it and see what you can really achieve!
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Delidding done! Never understood the hammer and block procedure so I went the razor way instead. Installed a a new cooler in the process as well, the H110.



Running a autoclock right now, it goes up to 4,2ish. Going for a manual later this week, but I am impressed, at 4,5 I guess it still should be able to keep it under 60c.

Thanks to this I can almost turn down my fans to 600-500rpm, it almost feels unreal!
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Why anyone would want to hit their CPU with a hamner is beyond me too. 20 seconds with a blade and the kobs done. No risk, no worries. Top job there
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Why anyone would want to hit their CPU with a hamner is beyond me too. 20 seconds with a blade and the kobs done. No risk, no worries. Top job there

I've done it both ways, had no issues either way, although the vise & hammer went faster. I spent a few minutes being careful with the blade, the hammer method was about 20 seconds, also seemed less risky than the blade (a few destroyed the PCB with a blade, there have been less hammer fails).
    
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