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Hey Hokies, will 5.1 @ 1.414vcore suffice for the e-peen? biggrin.gif

Yah it will do fastest 24/7 2700k ive seen was 5.1ghz / 5.2ghz that beats them both so it is pure win.
    
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Yah it will do fastest 24/7 2700k ive seen was 5.1ghz / 5.2ghz that beats them both so it is pure win.

I'll stroke your e-peen (metaphorically of course) and let you have your 5.2.
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hey, talking about daily clocks. are you guys able to make 5.0ghz+ stable on offsets? the highest I can go on offset (stable for days) is 4.9GHz... 5GHz gives me random BSOD 124 crashes at light load no matter what I try ... NOT memory related, it's strictly vcore too low at some point.
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hey, talking about daily clocks. are you guys able to make 5.0ghz+ stable on offsets? the highest I can go on offset (stable for days) is 4.9GHz... 5GHz gives me random BSOD 124 crashes at light load no matter what I try ... NOT memory related, it's strictly vcore too low at some point.

Try using a lower LLC with a higher offset. This should give you higher voltages with low load but the same load voltages if you tune it right! wink.gif
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hey, talking about daily clocks. are you guys able to make 5.0ghz+ stable on offsets? the highest I can go on offset (stable for days) is 4.9GHz... 5GHz gives me random BSOD 124 crashes at light load no matter what I try ... NOT memory related, it's strictly vcore too low at some point.

That last screen I posted is with a .280 offset and tight RAM timings.

Btw I'm using Level 2 LLC as Direkt was alluding to.
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That last screen I posted is with a .280 offset and tight RAM timings.
Btw I'm using Level 2 LLC as Direkt was alluding to.

ya, I understand, but does it last 2 days straight of idling and daily use (browsing, gaming, stress testing, etc.)?
mine was crashing with BSOD at light load (e.g. pressing a Check Mail button in Yahoo Mail) anywhere from 5 minutes from bootup up to 23 hours from bootup (next day after long idle for 18hrs).
I don't have that problem with 4.9GHz or anything below ... thinking that maybe it's a BIOS issue related to offsets programming at or above 50x multiplier in ROG boards.

saying only, because I don't run fixed vcore clocks daily, those I leave for benching only.
Edited by feniks - 12/17/12 at 9:31pm
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ya, I understand, but does it last 2 days straight of idling and daily use (browsing, gaming, stress testing, etc.)?

I'll have to get back to you on that. It lasted 12+ hrs prime and now I'm testing it again with tighter RAM timings and it's been running 4 hours so far. Once I'm done with this test I'll be using it throughout the week just as you described so I'll report back.
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Wait, you gotta put the IHS back on after delidding? I just thought you put the heatsink on top of the die...

    
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Wait, you gotta put the IHS back on after delidding? I just thought you put the heatsink on top of the die...

You could but if you use the right thermal material on the die the temperature differences are negligible and not really worth the risk of crushing the die from direct contact pressure.
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I Delided my 3570k this past Saturday. I do have a few suggestions for those nervous, not sure what to do, etc.... This is the first time I have ever done a delid, but I do have a lot of experience with "similar" processes.

The number 1 thing I would suggest, a Heat Gun. You can pick one up from Walmart for cheap. Keep it on the low setting and don't ever hold the gun in one place, just move it left to fit about 8-10" away from the chip. Once warm enough the chip will be hot to the touch. Not burn your self hot, but I would suggest a glove (I used one of my mechanic gloves, as they are thin enough for good feel, but good for heat).

I have a slew of different style razor blades/exacto's and what I found best by far was just a standard plain ol razor. Problem with exacto's, or break away blades, is that are made to be held at the handle, away from the blade. When using a regular razor, you can actually lay the razor flat on th chip, and if you just bend it a tiny bit (like a U), you can almost ensure you will not nick the chip. And if you slip at all, the you should just hit th IHS. Oh and use a new blade, don't pull the blade out of your box cutter that has been sitting around for a year or two.

Of course, always cut away from yourself. I actually put the chip up on its side, and cut down.

The whole idea of the heat gun, is to get the glue soft. The softer the glue, the easier the cut. And the less force you use to cut, the less chance of something going wrong.

I personally did not see a large decrease in temps. But that may be due to the fact that I used AS5 on the die. I have ordered the liquid ultra. Once I get that I will take pics to verify.

My buddy is building a Ivy system here in a couple weeks, so I will make a proper tutorial video.

Good advice LukeJoseph for others who will want to do this. +Rep

Two things that can effect your temps not going down yet are the TIM, which you already know should be CL Pro or CL Ultra, and if that does not do it fully, check your IHS to see if it is concave or flat. If concave, then you will need to lap it to make it flat, upon which you will most likely see major temp improvements.

Good job delidding and congrats! thumb.gif
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