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post #33931 of 34072
I got myself another 4770K super cheap secondhand locally and i am trying if this one clocks better than my horrible other one which is delidded.
That one struggles to do 4.3Ghz on 1.320v and can''t go ANY higher. Even with 1.40v.

This new one is still horrible, but it's a LOT better. It's not delidded yet but runs 4.5Ghz on 1.336v seemingly stable but can't test with nay high stress test like Prime95 28.7 AVX since temps run in the mid to high 90's. Don't wanna stress that for any length of time (ran it for ~5 minutes and didn't BSOD).

I'm running like, 50 loops of x264 stresstest now and temps are in the low-mid 70's and it's been running for 15 minutes now. Seems like with low enough temps I can get 4.5Ghz stable (running stock 3.5Ghz uncore for now). It does need a lot of VCCIN to run stable. About 1.95-2.0v otherwise it will throw a WHEA BSOD within seconds with 1.80v...

Tomorrow i'll wack the lid off in the vice like i did with my other one and i will CLU it and see if i can get the same 20c drop as my other one had. That would give me mid-high 70's in Prime and low-mid 50's in x264. (Using a NH-D15S with 3 fans)
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post #33932 of 34072
just re-delid because 1st time I put to much conductonaut.
(I did put clear polish but for better sleep .. might as well)

same temp on 3 core, only 1 core 2 C lower.
I guess to much liquid metal doesn't matter much to temperature ?
post #33933 of 34072
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Originally Posted by cyan View Post

just re-delid because 1st time I put to much conductonaut.
(I did put clear polish but for better sleep .. might as well)

same temp on 3 core, only 1 core 2 C lower.
I guess to much liquid metal doesn't matter much to temperature ?

Doesnt matter too much on temp, but does matter in regards to spillage and damaging the cpu or other components.
Hence why it is heavily advised to do the thin coat.
post #33934 of 34072
i would like to pick up a dr. delid or the Delid Die Mate 2 but cant get the dr delid unless i spend over 75 on aquatunning and DDM2 from caseking.de doesn't ship to USA not a fan of the rockit 88 one. this is the only place i know to ask that might get a response. how did everyone go about getting theirs?
post #33935 of 34072
Just performed my delid last night. Unbelievable improvements!
Used rockitcool88, Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut, permatex black gasket maker to reseal, and some blue painters tape to mask off while applying LM.
Using Thermaltake Water 3.0 360 AIO cooler.
I overclocked to 5.0Ghz pre-delid on 1.33v, ran games and prime95 blend fine low to mid 50c but I couldnt run small fft's without prime95 giving me an error or immediately being in the low 90c's and stopping less than 30s in.

After delid, system seemed faster and stabilized.
Ran small fft's and reached 80C package max. All cores now within 1-2c of each other regardless of load level, previously was within 6-8c of each other sporadically.
Ran cinebench and score was improved 20-30 with no changes other than delid.

I believe I could probably run less voltage now at the same clock.
Feel this will give me the headroom for 5.2Ghz thumb.gif

Process: popped lid with rockitcool, wiped intel pigeon poop away with paper towels and 97% isopropyl, used bamboo tool to rub away all previous gasket from both IHS and board, wiped down all with paper towel and isopropyl again, leaving the die in tool i taped off the silicone, applied pin head drop to die, spread over about 5-10 minutes working it in, used excess to tin the bottom of the IHS, removed tape, used flat side of bamboo tool to scrape small amounts of permatex and apply to edges of IHS leaving the air gap in same location top right, clamped and let sit 16 hours. Used regular thermal paste on the AIO cooler to cpu.
post #33936 of 34072
if living in the States do we have to settle for Rockit 88?
post #33937 of 34072
Delidded an i7 8700k and it went from 73°c @ 4.8ghz (on air) to 65°c @ 5.1ghz. Used a generic 115x delidder and CL liquid ultra.

Getting ready to pop the top


Everything clean and LM applied, it's ready to go into the motherboard.


I only used tape during application to make it easier for an even coat without getting the LM everywhere and I didn't use anything to glue the ihs back on.
post #33938 of 34072
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Originally Posted by l1CappYl1 View Post

Delidded an i7 8700k and it went from 73°c @ 4.8ghz (on air) to 65°c @ 5.1ghz. Used a generic 115x delidder and CL liquid ultra.

Getting ready to pop the top


Everything clean and LM applied, it's ready to go into the motherboard.


I only used tape during application to make it easier for an even coat without getting the LM everywhere and I didn't use anything to glue the ihs back on.

looks good man congrats!

and nice overclock too wow!

I am looking forward to monday when i get my 7700k 5ghz silicone lottery chip
post #33939 of 34072
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Originally Posted by enigma7820 View Post

looks good man congrats!

and nice overclock too wow!

I am looking forward to monday when i get my 7700k 5ghz silicone lottery chip
Cheers man, it certainly feels nice to break 5Ghz.
post #33940 of 34072
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Originally Posted by Craigk19 View Post

if living in the States do we have to settle for Rockit 88?

Is there a specific reason why you don't like the Rockit88?

I've got the Rockit88. I've used it to delid several CPUs. Everything from the i7 4790k up to the current 8700k. It works exactly like advertised. Nice and easy, and the relid tool works perfectly to relid the CPU once done. It may not be the most elegant looking tool, but it works perfectly. Why do you not like it?
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