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post #31751 of 33978
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

The thinner the application the better. Nothing compares to copper in terms of thermal transfer. In a perfect world youd want to fuse the IHS to the die with nothing in between lol. Other then that we're forced to use TIM/LMs. Your applications look fantastic, if you notice your temps are still too high with a delid you could always try repasting again with either more or less CLU. For me i apply, then test then reapply if necessary. I run bare die though.

That is what I thought! But then my friend made me doubt with things like "huuumm...you've left a bit of thermal adhesive, you have applied to little CLU...." NON SENSE! biggrin.gif

I believe I am sticking to 4,8...currently lowering the voltages as much as possible, I would be willing to push it a little bit more...but for daily usage 82º average @ full feels like a little on the hot side for me...providing it is winter and the house is cooler...just if only having a better heatsink...rolleyes.gif (or not sharing my case with 2 R290 "oven style")
post #31752 of 33978
I'm using Aida64 now with my 6700K.

1.264V at 4600. Max temp is 51'C. This is without delid. I don't think It's worth delidding this?

Temp is 45-45-47-47 between the cores.
post #31753 of 33978
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

I'm using Aida64 now with my 6700K.

1.264V at 4600. Max temp is 51'C. This is without delid. I don't think It's worth delidding this?

Temp is 45-45-47-47 between the cores.

Nah, in your case I wouldn't do it, those are brilliant temps
post #31754 of 33978
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

I'm using Aida64 now with my 6700K.

1.264V at 4600. Max temp is 51'C. This is without delid. I don't think It's worth delidding this?

Temp is 45-45-47-47 between the cores.

Hard to say for sure, but I would guess your gains would be very minimal - that's very good core spread. Even after a delid it's rare to have less than 2C difference between them fully loaded.

Seems that's a great chip, though I don't have much experience with the new gen so maybe not so surprising.
post #31755 of 33978
Will check more if there is not more than only 2'C between the cores. It seems too good to be true. ^^

Testing 4800 at 1.352V with cache at 4500. Is that an OK chip?
post #31756 of 33978
I'd say so... Silicon Lottery believes 4.8GHz at less than 1.424V to be worth nearly $50 premium over retail... biggrin.gif

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post #31757 of 33978
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

I'd say so... Silicon Lottery believes 4.8GHz at less than 1.424V to be worth nearly $50 premium over retail... biggrin.gif

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Thank you!

I'm happy if it's stable! :-D
post #31758 of 33978
Cinebench R15

998

Cache at 4400, core at 4500. Voltage is 1.216V. Max temps is 52-53-51-52'C. So the spread is the best I've ever seen. biggrin.gif

I'll drop the idea of deliding, keep this at 4500 for the low 50s in temps and game happily!

Thank you all for your help! smile.gif
post #31759 of 33978
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Originally Posted by GreedyMuffin View Post

Cinebench R15

998

Cache at 4400, core at 4500. Voltage is 1.216V. Max temps is 52-53-51-52'C. So the spread is the best I've ever seen. biggrin.gif

I'll drop the idea of deliding, keep this at 4500 for the low 50s in temps and game happily!

Thank you all for your help! smile.gif

Very consistent.

I never thought much about how consistent the core temperatures were until I read your post, so I decided to try it myself.

4864MHz, 1.39 VCore (fixed) I got 57°, 57°, 54°, 53° running Cinebench R15 CPU test (1075).

Not as consistent as yours, but not too bad I guess...
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post #31760 of 33978
Sign me up! :-D

Pictures of the delid process:












An average temp drop of approximately 17,5 celcius at 4,5 GHz

I'm currently testing 4,6 GHz which went over 93 celcius before delid and the max temp is now 71 celcius under prime95 stress test!

I hope to hit 4,7 GHz, 4,8 GHz would be even better, but I think i will hit a voltage wall before i can reach that (1,4 as max)

The CPU is cooled by an corsair H80i GT cooler with noctua nf-p12 fans
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