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Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

thinking.gif  It's worth a shot...can't hurt anything with line/floss.

Gonna have to call you on infringement if it is successful haha... This was a drawing from a few years back.. Damn may even be buried in this thread somewhere.. probably is.




If you wanna be fancy maybe you could even use a vice in reverse as the bar for more control smile.gif
Edited by chronicfx - 2/10/16 at 8:41pm
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

4.8ghz stable? May I ask what your used to test? I also have a 4670k and would love to hit 4.8ghz stable if not higher, what voltage are you using too?

Also for other users, can people give me more info on the 4670k, how far can I likely (at a guess) push it? I was thinking 1.4v would be the absolute max for the chip or I'd end up frying it, am I correct? My chip is naked and is watercooled with 2x 360 rads on is a xflow and the other is a monsta 80mm thick also I have a 120mm which is 45mm thick (black Ice SR1 I think) so heat won't really be an issue I'd at least assume with all that rad space. My VRM on my Asus ranger are also watercooled.

I'll PM you happily with more in depth details.
post #29873 of 33962
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Originally Posted by 0ldChicken View Post

What exactly did you do? I'm always curious

So here's a really lame and hacky storyboard of me delidding my CPU:
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

Gonna have to call you on infringement if it is successful haha... This was a drawing from a few years back.. Damn may even be buried in this thread somewhere.. probably is.




If you wanna be fancy maybe you could even use a vice in reverse as the bar for more control smile.gif

I think this may require a ton of pull force to actually work. You will never have enough force in the area of the chip for it to really work well. Can just as well use a similar method to mine. Where force is applied directly on the IHS as appose to on the bars you pull on.

Just doesn't make sciency sense.
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Originally Posted by 0ldChicken View Post

What exactly did you do? I'm always curious

Here you go:





Edit: Image Reuploaded.

Aaaand explanation. Instead of a piece of wood I used the CPU backplate to evenly disribute the force applied to the chip. A clean wooden floor, gravity and my leg substituted the vice.
Edited by NotATroll - 2/11/16 at 1:46am
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Originally Posted by NotATroll View Post

I'll PM you happily with more in depth details.

I'm curious in this as well. You must have a really good chip to run 1.35v at 4.8GHz.
post #29877 of 33962
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I'll PM you happily with more in depth details.

No harm in typing it out here so a few of us can learn.
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I copied @NotATroll style

OCN Name: G0TSL33P14
CPU: i5 4690K
On die-TIM: Gelid Extreme (EKWB)
IHS-TIM: Gelid Extreme (EKWB)
Mhz gained: Flat
Max OC: 4400 Mhz
Temp Gains: -5+ degrees (more consistently even temperatures over the cores, much higher fluctuation, same overall max temperature)
CPU-Z Validation:



delid completed using the following tool:

http://rockitcool.myshopify.com/products/rocket-88?variant=11782045953



After delidding the i5 4690k I do not think I would try this again with the specific processor or possibly specific aftermarket TIM. Thermals can be improved now, however the stock setup was more stable if asking me.

My idle temps do not get cold anymore. At start up I am at twenty two Celsius, five below benchmark, however thirty minutes later idle is thirty one to three, five above benchmark.

The next step is to find out how to go naked mount and what TIM to use for that, plus maybe I should try CLU plus the lid if it doesn't become a mess, what do you think?

Experience is gained, so the conclusion is good.
Edited by g0tsl33p14 - 2/12/16 at 9:23am
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Originally Posted by g0tsl33p14 View Post Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I copied @NotATroll style

OCN Name: G0TSL33P14
CPU: i5 4690K
On die-TIM: Gelid Extreme (EKWB)
IHS-TIM: Gelid Extreme (EKWB)
Mhz gained: Flat
Max OC: 4400 Mhz
Temp Gains: -5+ degrees (more consistently even temperatures over the cores, much higher fluctuation, same overall max temperature)
CPU-Z Validation:



delid completed using the following tool:

http://rockitcool.myshopify.com/products/rocket-88?variant=11782045953



After delidding the i5 4690k I do not think I would try this again with the specific processor or possibly specific aftermarket TIM. Thermals can be improved now, however the stock setup was more stable if asking me.


My idle temps do not get cold anymore. At start up I am at twenty two Celsius, five below benchmark, however thirty minutes later idle is thirty one to three, five above benchmark.

The next step is to find out how to go naked mount and what TIM to use for that, plus maybe I should try CLU plus the lid if it doesn't become a mess, what do you think?

Experience is gained, so the conclusion is good.

 

You can use this directly from EK for naked mount: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-precisemount-add-on-naked-ivy

 

If you don't go with naked, I would highly suggest using the CLU on the die.  Putting any kind of normal paste causes the paste to pump off the die giving worse results than stock.

 

If you have the nickel plated block there is no worry with CLU.  If you have the copper block, CLU will stain and could get burned into the copper.  Just be sure to do something to protect the VRMs if you will be moving to CLU.

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Originally Posted by Roboyto View Post

You can use this directly from EK for naked mount: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-precisemount-add-on-naked-ivy

If you don't go with naked, I would highly suggest using the CLU on the die.  Putting any kind of normal paste causes the paste to pump off the die giving worse results than stock.

If you have the nickel plated block there is no worry with CLU.  If you have the copper block, CLU will stain and could get burned into the copper.  Just be sure to do something to protect the VRMs if you will be moving to CLU.

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