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Thanks! Update: I am at stable 4.6GHz @ 1.25 volts as a DD. Will shoot for 5 in the near future and report back.

You need to use cpu-z 1.64.0 or the hwinfo "Vcore" sensor (not VID) to see your correct vcore. With 1.25 in bios, it will almost certainly say ~1.264 or ~1.272 (as the sensor is approximate , updates in those steps and IVR overshoots by 20mv)
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Hi guys,

I'm extremely upset right now. I successfully delidded my 3570k without a hitch. I put new (gelid ultra) tim on, and went to reinstall the processor. It was a little tricky clipping it back down with the lid being loose but I got it done...apparently something went wrong. I proceeded to reinstall my hyper 212 and boot up. One of my cores was running much hotter than the other 3. It was basically 74c vs 36,34,36c. I powered down, gave the heatsink a little wiggle and went to restart. Then it kept cycling..power on, no display for 5 seconds, power off, power on, no display, power off....over and over. I removed everything and saw a few pins on the socket were bent. I then saw a few small black marks on the edge of the lid and the heatsink...obviously some wonderful electrical arcing occurred between the lid and heatsink when the pins got screwed. Now here's my dilemma. Obviously the motherboard is a total loss, I just don't know what to do regarding the processor. Do I dare try it in a new motherboard??? Or just by a new cpu AND motherboard which would suck because I'll be without a computer for two months if that's the case. I've put so much time and money in this rig. I saved up and got a pump and radiator last month and this month I was going to buy an ek waterblock for my gtx 780 classy. I'm just so angry right now...I started hitting the whiskey as soon as I pulled my mobo.mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
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Originally Posted by gatesmarch View Post

Hi guys,

I'm extremely upset right now. I successfully delidded my 3570k without a hitch. I put new (gelid ultra) tim on, and went to reinstall the processor. It was a little tricky clipping it back down with the lid being loose but I got it done...apparently something went wrong. I proceeded to reinstall my hyper 212 and boot up. One of my cores was running much hotter than the other 3. It was basically 74c vs 36,34,36c. I powered down, gave the heatsink a little wiggle and went to restart. Then it kept cycling..power on, no display for 5 seconds, power off, power on, no display, power off....over and over. I removed everything and saw a few pins on the socket were bent. I then saw a few small black marks on the edge of the lid and the heatsink...obviously some wonderful electrical arcing occurred between the lid and heatsink when the pins got screwed. Now here's my dilemma. Obviously the motherboard is a total loss, I just don't know what to do regarding the processor. Do I dare try it in a new motherboard??? Or just by a new cpu AND motherboard which would suck because I'll be without a computer for two months if that's the case. I've put so much time and money in this rig. I saved up and got a pump and radiator last month and this month I was going to buy an ek waterblock for my gtx 780 classy. I'm just so angry right now...I started hitting the whiskey as soon as I pulled my mobo.mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

Don't risk another motherboard. If you can clearly see where it had an arc, then it may cause a problem.. Not worth it.
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just delidded my 4770k (using AS5 for both, but will change in a week).
i was limited to 4.4 @1.3 (not stabilized) due to temps going above 90c using
im now trying to stabilize 4.5 @ 1.31 and have ran cinebench several times with temps not going above 80C.

very happy with my results! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by gatesmarch View Post

Hi guys,

I'm extremely upset right now. I successfully delidded my 3570k without a hitch. I put new (gelid ultra) tim on, and went to reinstall the processor. It was a little tricky clipping it back down with the lid being loose but I got it done...apparently something went wrong. I proceeded to reinstall my hyper 212 and boot up. One of my cores was running much hotter than the other 3. It was basically 74c vs 36,34,36c. I powered down, gave the heatsink a little wiggle and went to restart. Then it kept cycling..power on, no display for 5 seconds, power off, power on, no display, power off....over and over. I removed everything and saw a few pins on the socket were bent. I then saw a few small black marks on the edge of the lid and the heatsink...obviously some wonderful electrical arcing occurred between the lid and heatsink when the pins got screwed. Now here's my dilemma. Obviously the motherboard is a total loss, I just don't know what to do regarding the processor. Do I dare try it in a new motherboard??? Or just by a new cpu AND motherboard which would suck because I'll be without a computer for two months if that's the case. I've put so much time and money in this rig. I saved up and got a pump and radiator last month and this month I was going to buy an ek waterblock for my gtx 780 classy. I'm just so angry right now...I started hitting the whiskey as soon as I pulled my mobo.mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

Ooo no ohno-smiley.gif

Not enough whisky in the world to take that pain away.

I think even though the chip may not damage a new motherboard, it probably has got some damage done to it and you will never know for sure.
Buy a new bundle.
post #24816 of 33988
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just delidded my 4770k (using AS5 for both, but will change in a week).
i was limited to 4.4 @1.3 (not stabilized) due to temps going above 90c using
im now trying to stabilize 4.5 @ 1.31 and have ran cinebench several times with temps not going above 80C.

very happy with my results! thumb.gif

That's hot

i can run with basically those temps on air no delid, but we're talking case temps of 20 or a touch below
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i am running on air, and right now its hot in my apartment.
ambients are around 32
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i am running on air, and right now its hot in my apartment.
ambients are around 32

Aha, no wonder then if you're playing from mordor biggrin.gif

better paste on-die would still make it better probably
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yeah sorry i forgot to mention where i was from and the ambients.
im very happy with the results.
temps can definitely go down if I use CLU on the die, probably later on in the future.
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OCN name: GD350TURBO
CPU: 3570K
On-die TIM: Collaboratory Liquid Pro
IHS TIM: MX4
Mhz gained: +~200 MHZ STABLE +~400MHz BENCH
OC after delid: 4.8GHz for daily use, 5.0GHz for bench

Temp drops: On average dropped ~25
 

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