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OCN name: xelectrowolfx
CPU: 4770k
On-die TIM: Artic Silver 5
IHS TIM: Artic Silver 5
Mhz gained: +400mhz (for now)
OC after delid: 4.6GHz
Temp drops: ~25C - 30C


Hey everyone!!I succesfully Dellided my i7 4770k! Please let me in! and if you've seen my thread you know all the trouble I have gone through for this performance between broken CPU and thermal Caps --->http://www.overclock.net/t/1474002/problem-with-stock-corei7-4770k-and-talking-with-intel-didnt-help/30#post_22075067 Warning: Results! (Click to show)

My patients was running thin at this point as you can see smile.gifrolleyes.gif

Woot Its off!!biggrin.gif

All cleaned up!!smile.gif When I put As5 on Die I put an extremely small amount (similar to Liquid Pro) and spread it with a credit card - that seems to have given me the BEST results

Put back in case and Hooked up As5 on CPU core and on IHS, I used an X method with a dot inbetween each gap for the IHS (THIN)

Before delid temps @ 4.2ghz/4.2 1.18vcore 2133mhz ram MAX TEMP 80°c As5 h80i 2 fans MAX SPEED mad.gif

After delid temps @ 4.2ghz/4.2 1.18vcore 2133mhz ram MAX TEMP 60°c As5 on die and IHS h80i 1 fan!! 60% Fan Speedbiggrin.gif

Stable @ 4.5ghz/4.2ghz 1.266vcore MAX Temp 71°c @99w TDP!!!! h80i 1 fan 60% Fan Speed!!!!!!!!!! Thats as cool as running my PC at stock Speeds!proof.gif

And a chart showing how my CPU scales , My CPU's Vcore chart/100mhz, Blender Render time w/ Overclocks, and Delid vs Stock Temps Prime 95 cheers.gif


What you have to remember is that this is the temps I have just 30mins after putting on my As5 I expect these temps to drop ~ 8°c on the hottest core. As you can see I used the Razor method, I practiced on an Old '02 2.4ghz Celeron 478 CPU, and got a feel for not scratching the PCB, I DID BEND my i7 PCB though.... I carefully bent it back, and its working just fine. Minor cosmetic wear at the corners on the PCB of the cpu, if it bothers me I may just use clear nailpolish to fill them back in. The razors I used were Surgical Grade Carpet Razors, these things cut so smooth and are really thin, YOU WILL CUT YOURSELF HOWEVER hahaha tongue.gif.
SO SO SO SO Happy I did this, I may not even try Liquid pro Ultra unless I really really feel I have too. However 20°c with just As5 BEFORE BREAK IN is just fantastic!!
So there.. thats my story! Will edit back when I hit my thermal Cap devil.gif
EDIT:
4.7ghz/3.5ghz 1.4vcore MAX Temp 85°c @110w TDP h80i 1 fan Max Speed.
I hit my safe voltage limit thats for sure. But Considering I couldnt really safely go over 4.2ghz without hitting 80°c ++ this is Astounding and once again these are just As5 Temps for today!!!

Edit Managed to hit 4.7ghz/4.2ghz 1.41vcore 2417mhz Ram MAX Temp 91°c

Edited by xelectroxwolfx - 4/8/14 at 7:14am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xelectroxwolfx View Post

OCN name: xelectrowolfx
CPU: 4770k
On-die TIM: Artic Silver 5
IHS TIM: Artic Silver 5
Mhz gained: +400mhz (for now)
OC after delid: 4.6GHz
Temp drops: ~25C - 30C


Hey everyone!!I succesfully Dellided my i7 4770k! Please let me in! and if you've seen my thread you know all the trouble I have gone through for this performance between broken CPU and thermal Caps --->http://www.overclock.net/t/1474002/problem-with-stock-corei7-4770k-and-talking-with-intel-didnt-help/30#post_22075067 Warning: Results! (Click to show)

My patients was running thin at this point as you can see smile.gifrolleyes.gif

Woot Its off!!biggrin.gif

All cleaned up!!smile.gif When I put As5 on Die I put an extremely small amount (similar to Liquid Pro) and spread it with a credit card - that seems to have given me the BEST results

Put back in case and Hooked up As5 on CPU core and on IHS, I used an X method with a dot inbetween each gap for the IHS (THIN)

Before delid temps @ 4.2ghz/4.2 1.18vcore 2133mhz ram MAX TEMP 80°c As5 h80i 2 fans MAX SPEED mad.gif

After delid temps @ 4.2ghz/4.2 1.18vcore 2133mhz ram MAX TEMP 60°c As5 on die and IHS h80i 1 fan!! 60% Fan Speedbiggrin.gif

Stable @ 4.5ghz/4.2ghz 1.266vcore MAX Temp 71°c @99w TDP!!!! h80i 1 fan 60% Fan Speed!!!!!!!!!! Thats as cool as running my PC at stock Speeds!proof.gif

And a chart showing how my CPU scales , My CPU's Vcore chart/100mhz, Blender Render time w/ Overclocks, and Delid vs Stock Temps Prime 95 cheers.gif


What you have to remember is that this is the temps I have just 30mins after putting on my As5 I expect these temps to drop ~ 8°c on the hottest core. As you can see I used the Razor method, I practiced on an Old '02 2.4ghz Celeron 478 CPU, and got a feel for not scratching the PCB, I DID BEND my i7 PCB though.... I carefully bent it back, and its working just fine. Minor cosmetic wear at the corners on the PCB of the cpu, if it bothers me I may just use clear nailpolish to fill them back in. The razors I used were Surgical Grade Carpet Razors, these things cut so smooth and are really thin, YOU WILL CUT YOURSELF HOWEVER hahaha tongue.gif.
SO SO SO SO Happy I did this, I may not even try Liquid pro Ultra unless I really really feel I have too. However 20°c with just As5 BEFORE BREAK IN is just fantastic!!
So there.. thats my story! Will edit back when I hit my thermal Cap devil.gif
EDIT:
4.7ghz/3.5ghz 1.4vcore MAX Temp 85°c @110w TDP h80i 1 fan Max Speed.
I hit my safe voltage limit thats for sure. But Considering I couldnt really safely go over 4.2ghz without hitting 80°c ++ this is Astounding and once again these are just As5 Temps for today!!!

Edit Managed to hit 4.7ghz/4.2ghz 1.41vcore 2417mhz Ram MAX Temp 91°c

You're in! thumb.gif Slappa Dat Sig on! biggrin.gif
post #24683 of 33686
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Originally Posted by funkyhunky View Post

so if I delid, it works fine and something goes wonky a year down the line i should reattach the IHS with something like this? http://www.walmart.com/ip/Permatex-Ultra-Black-Hi-Temp-RTV-Silicone-Gasket-Maker/16777009

I am just an extreme engineer, I love modding my stuff so I think I am going to do this no matter what. Is the motherboard clip and heat sink sufficient in applying enough force to hold the IHS on without resealing? I will be using an Asus z87 PRO

 

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I tried the "vise only" method on a retired Intel E4500. No visible damage on the PCB or IHS. thumb.gif I cant power it on to verify it still works, but im sure it does. biggrin.gif
 
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I tried the "vise only" method on a retired Intel E4500. No visible damage on the PCB or IHS. thumb.gif I cant power it on to verify it still works, but im sure it does. biggrin.gif

I did the vice only method on my 3770k and it worked fine afterwoods. The best and easiest way to delid if you ask me...
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Vice only delid last night. But for some reason my clock of 4.5ghz is no longer stable at 1.14v, had to bump to 1.145v. Besides the voltage increase, I had a drop of 10 degrees across the board.

3570k @ 4.5ghz 1.145 in bios (cpuid shows lower)
Gelid Extreme paste on die and IHS
Max temps across cores 46-48-54-49 using Maximum on IBT
Cooling with h220

Going to do a 5.0ghz run tonight smile.gif

Thanks for the help everyone!

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Originally Posted by Jugurnot View Post

Vice only delid last night. But for some reason my clock of 4.5ghz is no longer stable at 1.14v, had to bump to 1.145v. Besides the voltage increase, I had a drop of 10 degrees across the board.

3570k @ 4.5ghz 1.145 in bios (cpuid shows lower)
Gelid Extreme paste on die and IHS
Max temps across cores 46-48-54-49 using Maximum on IBT
Cooling with h220

Going to do a 5.0ghz run tonight smile.gif

Thanks for the help everyone!

So jelly @ those Volts sicksmiley.png
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Vice only delid last night. But for some reason my clock of 4.5ghz is no longer stable at 1.14v, had to bump to 1.145v

is so small a change that it probably had no measurable effect, you were probably just very slightly unstable and used the OC long enough to hit a problem
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is so small a change that it probably had no measurable effect, you were probably just very slightly unstable and used the OC long enough to hit a problem

Thats sounds about right. in the past, every so often a run on ibt would fail but it never crashed while gaming. I just hope it isnt a sign of early degradation tongue.gif
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So jelly @ those Volts sicksmiley.png

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Originally Posted by Jugurnot View Post

Vice only delid last night. But for some reason my clock of 4.5ghz is no longer stable at 1.14v, had to bump to 1.145v. Besides the voltage increase, I had a drop of 10 degrees across the board.

3570k @ 4.5ghz 1.145 in bios (cpuid shows lower)
Gelid Extreme paste on die and IHS
Max temps across cores 46-48-54-49 using Maximum on IBT
Cooling with h220

Going to do a 5.0ghz run tonight smile.gif

Thanks for the help everyone!
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Nice low voltage :yessir:

 

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So jelly @ those Volts sicksmiley.png

 

That's about where my 3570k hit 4.5GHz, I believe mine was 1.16 without delid.

 

Just dismantled that rig and formatted the SSD, don't have any pics now but I will be delidding and rebuilding soon :) 

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