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Guess who is Back? Oh Yeah, the 3770k is done and running right meow. I have only run a 5 minute Prime 95 test so far, and I am downloading Intel Burn Test as I type. I did use the Vice only method mentioned a few days ago. You can see the vice that I used for the 4770k, and how deep the teeth are on it. I took video, and have uploaded it to YouTube, but I have no idea how good it turned out, since I uploaded it without watching it.

More information later, but for now, enjoy my Rudimentary setup (Deep teeth and NO Smooth surface on the vice.. watch my improvising mind go to work.)

P.S. If you can't tell, I had my phone. The microphone is not all that great. Sorry about that. I should have grabbed a picture of the teeth on the vic.. I would say they are about 1/16 of an inch deep.. That was what scarred the 4770k that I use the mallet and wood method to Delid.
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Originally Posted by Jugurnot 
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Originally Posted by josephimports 
are the first two I see mentioning the vice only method. They deserve the credit for the idea at least. I don't know who gets it first, but the vide is proof as to how CRAZY easy it is.

Adding temps pictures.






Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 4/11/14 at 7:20am
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Originally Posted by Scarlet-Tech View Post

Guess who is Back? Oh Yeah, the 3770k is done and running right meow. I have only run a 5 minute Prime 95 test so far, and I am downloading Intel Burn Test as I type. I did use the Vice only method mentioned a few days ago. You can see the vice that I used for the 4770k, and how deep the teeth are on it. I took video, and have uploaded it to YouTube, but I have no idea how good it turned out, since I uploaded it without watching it.

More information later, but for now, enjoy my Rudimentary setup (Deep teeth and NO Smooth surface on the vice.. watch my improvising mind go to work.)

P.S. If you can't tell, I had my phone. The microphone is not all that great. Sorry about that. I should have grabbed a picture of the teeth on the vic.. I would say they are about 1/16 of an inch deep.. That was what scarred the 4770k that I use the mallet and wood method to Delid.
Great method alot safer than both hammer and vice / razor, without any damage to PCB or ihs as long as both sides of the vice are perfectly flat. Will try this if I ever get a new i7
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Originally Posted by xelectroxwolfx View Post

Great method alot safer than both hammer and vice / razor, without any damage to PCB or ihs as long as both sides of the vice are perfectly flat. Will try this if I ever get a new i7

I forget which user was the one that mentioned doing this first, but I will go back and tag him in this and in my other post so that he can see the appreciation.. I only provide the video. :-)

*Edit* Video post edited. :-)
Edited by Scarlet-Tech - 4/11/14 at 7:21am
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new !!


I was just about to ask if anyone knew if they sold these sort of guards somewhere, but since many people seem to be surprised at it, I guess not. Sad thing is, MSI chose a ugly brown/light black color with their gaming motherboards and I'm not much of a yellow guy either, so maybe others too will implement something like this
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The 3770k is at 4.5 Ghz, for the first time ever, and just ran IntelBurnTest two revolutions of 10 tests on high settings, and is stable at 1.27! Temps touched 72 on the highest core, but I didn't push any harder for now.. 120mmAIO is all I can fit in the case, so I have the Enermax ELC120 as listed in the Little Brother Build


A Clue.. From ASUS: Go into advanced settings, AI Tweaker, then CPU Configuration, then configure Enhanced intel Speedstep and CPU C1E to Disabled.. I did that and BOOM, Straight to 4.5 with relatively lower voltage than even my 4770k.

Hope that helps someone else. I am going to see if I can do the same for the 4770k and get the voltage down or make it more stable overall and hope to pull another 100-200mhz out of it.
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The 3770k is at 4.5 Ghz, for the first time ever, and just ran IntelBurnTest two revolutions of 10 tests on high settings, and is stable at 1.27! Temps touched 72 on the highest core, but I didn't push any harder for now.. 120mmAIO is all I can fit in the case, so I have the Enermax ELC120 as listed in the Little Brother Build


A Clue.. From ASUS: Go into advanced settings, AI Tweaker, then CPU Configuration, then configure Enhanced intel Speedstep and CPU C1E to Disabled.. I did that and BOOM, Straight to 4.5 with relatively lower voltage than even my 4770k.

Hope that helps someone else. I am going to see if I can do the same for the 4770k and get the voltage down or make it more stable overall and hope to pull another 100-200mhz out of it.

Thats great that you got it stable at reasonable voltages, but doesnt disabling speed step and C1E mean that the computer is running 4.5 at full voltage 24/7?
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Tat that is what I am guessing. It seems that it only downloads one or two cores, and not much or for long. At least I can edit for benchmarking now.
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Thats great that you got it stable at reasonable voltages, but doesnt disabling speed step and C1E mean that the computer is running 4.5 at full voltage 24/7?

Keep in mind running the full voltage without power saving features means it pulls about 20 - 50 watts more power at idle, & will idle a few degrees higher. Under load everything is the same with power savings enabled or disabled. Power savings disabled doesn't mean the cpu is under full load 24/7 at idle.

So the extra few watts can mean a few dollars on the power bill & that is about it When I tested a 3770k at 4.8Ghz 1.34V 24/7 vs. idling at 1.6Ghz 0.9V, the difference was close to 40 watts in the idle state, I calculated it would cost me about $3 a month with the cost of hydro where I am.

Saving is saving so I never recommend people not to use the power saving features, I just don't bother with it myself since I prefer to see the clockspeed & voltage I'm using in screens taken in the idle state.
    
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I leave all the stepping enabled. If I switch from balanced to performance mode in windows it locks at max clocks/volts.
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