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Overnight full BOINC load @ 4.8Ghz 1.376v, ambient about 17C





Hottest core only hit 62C... God bless delidding biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by DirektEffekt View Post

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Originally Posted by rainbowhash View Post

Would there be some similar temperature reductions in the i5 2500k? Well, not as extreme of course, but like 3-5C would be an extreme change in my climate; Plus i could probably push it to 5Ghz on air since there seems to be a lot of headroom already with the max stock i've gotten to stable was like 4.7 or something without seeing to go further.

The 2500K is soldered to the IHS. I have never seen anyone successfully delid one. I have seen a couple of attempts but the chip failed to work in all attempts. I believe the fact that this is not applicable to Sandy is mentioned in the op.


Valgaur - we might need to make a much bigger note in the first page that this will not work for sandy's as we seem to get one of these questions every week or so!!! LOL
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scroll all the way down to "Your Rigs", click "Create a new rig" smile.gifwink.gif[/SIZE]
really?, 102C..
i wouldnt do that if i where you, at 102C one of my cores shut down to protect the chip,
at 105C the other cores started to throttle down to about 80% load..
i know it prolly only touched the 102C with peaks, but still, 102C is very close to trouble biggrin.gif
at least the oc looks stable ...lol

Ive already hit 105c twice or more b4 delid. As i already void the warranty, might as well just go with it.biggrin.gif And most of my usage is not really that intensive, temperature when gaming only goes around 60 and CS:GO around low 70s. So i think im okay with it.smile.gif

Anway, anyone already done direct die with air-cooling?
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Originally Posted by ketapang View Post

Anway, anyone already done direct die with air-cooling?

If you try this, make sure you don't have a cooler with exposed heatpipes on the base! Will not work well and could damage your core!
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I used to use Norton ghost back then...never bothered with that again since building my new rig. But it's definitely the best way to go about it.

Also, for Seagate users, there is also a free edition (out dated however) of Acronis Seagate edition (called Disc Wizard), which requires a Seagate drive in system instead:
http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/discwizard/

IMHO, if you can use the WD edition then stick to it, it's newer and more intelligent (often resizing partition being restored on the fly so it fits right even if originally it was bigger/smaller, DiscWizard can't do that).

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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

The UP7 is on a whole nother Level then the g1 Sniper 3 MVF MVE Maximus is not Asus Cream of the crop the Rampage is wink.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1312630/the-gigabyte-z77x-up7-preview-the-oc-board-and-the-ud9-meet/0_20 Stare at God of z77 MB 32 phases of whoop arse....
And just a quick and dirty LN2 run takes the top spot... http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2540994

Yeah, X79 is the cream ... only problem with it that it's been made from a fouled sour cream LOL! ... I was considering this platform as an upgrade from 790 Ultra, but passed on it ... too many BIOS issues and some unlucky hardware solutions ... still 40 native lanes for GPUs is something admirable that 1155 can't achieve natively (possible only via a lagging switching chips like PLX). So far however there is no Ivy Bridge-E chip with native PCIe 3.0 support and the one currently available for 2011 socket (Sandy Bridge-E) is supporting only some "beta PCI-e 3.0" which doesn't work correctly with latest nvidia drivers (for older drivers it's working only with a special patch) ... besides 2011 chips are darn expensive ... great if anyone really needs 6 cores though biggrin.gif

anywho, I like Z77 platform so far and staying with it, lots of fun! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

Also, for Seagate users, there is also a free edition (out dated however) of Acronis Seagate edition (called Disc Wizard), which requires a Seagate drive in system instead:
http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/discwizard/
IMHO, if you can use the WD edition then stick to it, it's newer and more intelligent (often resizing partition being restored on the fly so it fits right even if originally it was bigger/smaller, DiscWizard can't do that).
Yeah, X79 is the cream ... only problem with it that it's been made from a fouled sour cream LOL! ... I was considering this platform as an upgrade from 790 Ultra, but passed on it ... too many BIOS issues and some unlucky hardware solutions ... still 40 native lanes for GPUs is something admirable that 1155 can't achieve natively (possible only via a lagging switching chips like PLX). So far however there is no Ivy Bridge-E chip with native PCIe 3.0 support and the one currently available for 2011 socket (Sandy Bridge-E) is supporting only some "beta PCI-e 3.0" which doesn't work correctly with latest nvidia drivers (for older drivers it's working only with a special patch) ... besides 2011 chips are darn expensive ... great if anyone really needs 6 cores though biggrin.gif
anywho, I like Z77 platform so far and staying with it, lots of fun! smile.gif

1366 The 4 core / 8 thread i7s got to use the Rampage...... Asus was not so nice this time..
    
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Also, for Seagate users, there is also a free edition (out dated however) of Acronis Seagate edition (called Disc Wizard), which requires a Seagate drive in system instead:
http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/discwizard/
IMHO, if you can use the WD edition then stick to it, it's newer and more intelligent (often resizing partition being restored on the fly so it fits right even if originally it was bigger/smaller, DiscWizard can't do that).
Yeah, X79 is the cream ... only problem with it that it's been made from a fouled sour cream LOL! ... I was considering this platform as an upgrade from 790 Ultra, but passed on it ... too many BIOS issues and some unlucky hardware solutions ... still 40 native lanes for GPUs is something admirable that 1155 can't achieve natively (possible only via a lagging switching chips like PLX). So far however there is no Ivy Bridge-E chip with native PCIe 3.0 support and the one currently available for 2011 socket (Sandy Bridge-E) is supporting only some "beta PCI-e 3.0" which doesn't work correctly with latest nvidia drivers (for older drivers it's working only with a special patch) ... besides 2011 chips are darn expensive ... great if anyone really needs 6 cores though biggrin.gif
anywho, I like Z77 platform so far and staying with it, lots of fun! smile.gif

If anyone wants to backup a drive just use a linux live-usb and learn how to use the command DD. it can do full HD backups/single partition backups. It is free and much better than any acronis junk.
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I used to use Norton ghost back then...never bothered with that again since building my new rig. But it's definitely the best way to go about it.

always used ghost, loved that little backup proggie back then,
never went wrong with it thumb.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by ketapang View Post

Ive already hit 105c twice or more b4 delid. As i already void the warranty, might as well just go with it.biggrin.gif And most of my usage is not really that intensive, temperature when gaming only goes around 60 and CS:GO around low 70s. So i think im okay with it.smile.gif
Anway, anyone already done direct die with air-cooling?

yea same here, few times, didnt know what prime and ibt etc. did
to oced chips temp wise ..lol,
and i didnt know the proggies yet, so i clicked wrong too to stop,
thats how i know about the 102C core shutdown, and 105C throttle ..lol
happened within a few seconds, you should have seen the look on my face,
i really thought i killed it ..lol

with normal use, you never gonna see those temps,
still thought i should say watch it tho ..lol
Edited by VonDutch - 11/13/12 at 9:12am
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1366 The 4 core / 8 thread i7s got to use the Rampage...... Asus was not so nice this time..
yeah, I hear ya man. I personally skipped the whole x58 fun (was enjoying my 790 setup for a few years), but I heard and read a lot about it on evga forums back in the day. lots of folks were complaining on asus back then ...
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If anyone wants to backup a drive just use a linux live-usb and learn how to use the command DD. it can do full HD backups/single partition backups. It is free and much better than any acronis junk.
Acronis IT is actually a very sophisticated software and even the limited free edition from WD does work very well. you can make a USB bootable tool with it too, to backup/restore outside of Windows (that USB bootable Acronis is linux based).

other than that one could use tools like Clonezilla or some other linux bootable solutions. GParted is great for copying partitions (I use i for resizing mostly), but that's not a real backup, more like a direct copy of it. there is plenty others too, haven't played around much with them personally.
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yeah, I hear ya man. I personally skipped the whole x58 fun (was enjoying my 790 setup for a few years), but I heard and read a lot about it on evga forums back in the day. lots of folks were complaining on asus back then ...
Acronis IT is actually a very sophisticated software and even the limited free edition from WD does work very well. you can make a USB bootable tool with it too, to backup/restore outside of Windows (that USB bootable Acronis is linux based).
other than that one could use tools like Clonezilla or some other linux bootable solutions. GParted is great for copying partitions (I use i for resizing mostly), but that's not a real backup, more like a direct copy of it. there is plenty others too, haven't played around much with them personally.

Im am Also on Evga forums...

I do not post there to much not a real fan of there All ref Approach to Gpus.. kinda robs the consumer imo..
    
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