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Both true.

But if lower lifespan means 10 instead of 12 years for example, then it's probably not relevant for most users. I rather have less noise a couple of years rather than an extended theoretical (because I will stop using that CPU before it quits anyway) lifetime.

And yes, if u come close to the maximum frequency of what the CPU can achieve, then every bits like lower temperature helps to keep it stable. That's why for benchmarking at maximum frequency even I might turn the fans to 100% smile.gif . But if u lower the frequency one notch (100 Mhz) then u are usually already out of the area where the temperature impacts stability a lot.

If u want to run your CPU very close to it's maximum speed for most of the time, then yes, you should keep temperatures as low as possible and you will want to delid it smile.gif
I already delidded
Vise only method using Kryonaut I'm testing for temps as of now.. Temps are really close to each other.. 62-67 as the last time I checked for x47.settings.

Update:
Max temps 75℃... Delid didn't work? Maybe because of the Kryonaut?
Edited by v1ral - 9/22/15 at 3:50pm
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What are you running to get those temps? Not all tests generate the same levels of heat. So 75*C in one test could be good, while 75*C in another could be totally horrible.
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What are you running to get those temps? Not all tests generate the same levels of heat. So 75*C in one test could be good, while 75*C in another could be totally horrible.
Sorry, this was with x264 v2.06 20 runs aircon was off most of the day...outside was 85℉....
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Alright, so i'm purchasing a EK predator 360 and have decided it's about time i sack up and Delid my 4770K.

Overall the process seems pretty straight forward, although i have some questions:

- Once delidded what's the best surface to sit the chip on while cleaning of the glue and old TIM? It looks like a fair bit of pressure is needed and i wouldnt want to damage the undersside for obvisous reasons.

- In terms of cleaning up the PCB and TIM will i need anything other than the arcticlean pair?

- What is the best stuff to use to cover the pins next to the die and to reattach the IHS?

Please and Thank you!
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Alright, so i'm purchasing a EK predator 360 and have decided it's about time i sack up and Delid my 4770K.

Overall the process seems pretty straight forward, although i have some questions:

- Once delidded what's the best surface to sit the chip on while cleaning of the glue and old TIM? It looks like a fair bit of pressure is needed and i wouldnt want to damage the undersside for obvisous reasons.

- In terms of cleaning up the PCB and TIM will i need anything other than the arcticlean pair?

- What is the best stuff to use to cover the pins next to the die and to reattach the IHS?

Please and Thank you!

- I just held my 4670k in my hand when removing the glue, it doesn't require all that much pressure, and you can use the edge of a credit card for this. Or you could always use the little plastic CPU holder that new CPUs come in to hold it while you scrape the glue off. The old TIM will come off perfectly fine with 91% Isopropyl Alcohol.

- Arcticlean should work fine, though I've never used it myself - 91% Alcohol is cheaper. I use 91% for anything I need to clean on a PCB.

- The most popular ones seem to be clear nail polish, or liquid electrical tape for protecting the components next to the die. There is no need to re-attach the IHS to the PCB, just follow the tips in the first post for re-installing the CPU in the socket and you'll be good-to-go. thumb.gif
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- I just held my 4670k in my hand when removing the glue, it doesn't require all that much pressure, and you can use the edge of a credit card for this. Or you could always use the little plastic CPU holder that new CPUs come in to hold it while you scrape the glue off. The old TIM will come off perfectly fine with 91% Isopropyl Alcohol.

- Arcticlean should work fine, though I've never used it myself - 91% Alcohol is cheaper. I use 91% for anything I need to clean on a PCB.

- The most popular ones seem to be clear nail polish, or liquid electrical tape for protecting the components next to the die. There is no need to re-attach the IHS to the PCB, just follow the tips in the first post for re-installing the CPU in the socket and you'll be good-to-go. thumb.gif

Awesome. Thanks for that.

Given that i will be putting an EK block on it and it's the first time i have used one, i was thinking that reattaching the IHS might not be a terrible idea.
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Awesome. Thanks for that.

Given that i will be putting an EK block on it and it's the first time i have used one, i was thinking that reattaching the IHS might not be a terrible idea.

Yep, no worries! Once you lock that lid down in the socket, the IHS will not move. There's no need to re-glue the IHS. thumb.gif
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Just delided with the hammer. Was pretty easy 3-4 hit


Now im waiting 2 hour for the electric tape to dry and i plug my psu and press power.... Will see how it go. biggrin.gif
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4.0 ghz 1volt drop of 10celsius under cinebench r15 thumbsupsmiley.png

Gonna try my clock next days of 4.7 and report back
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25c drop

4.7 1.3v 1.312v Load H75 cooling as intake on top in a 750D case.


Case was prewarmed with both gpu at full load and cpu at 50-70%



Normally Cinebench would hit 95-100c While before it would have being 80-85c when the cpu was new.


Now with clu on die 73-75c average. 929 score


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