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Waiting on my coollaboratory liquid ultra to arrive, which hopefully will be here tomorrow.




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At the moment I have it with crappy arctic ceramique 2, will give a proper submission once the Liquid Ultra is on
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I would like to join the club
Highest core: 57c
OCN name: Nyghtryder_9
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: CL Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: CL Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: 100mhz so far
OC after delid: 4.7
Temp drops: 21
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2620560
Cpu Lapped: 400, 800, 1000, 2000, 3000 grit

Nice, same thing i did. Congrats
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Meh just bought 6 feet of led light strips 4 PCi-e UV reative extension cables Cpu/MB UV cables to.
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Circled the cut. I think some were looking too far up.

If still looks like is green on the scratch, you should be good to go.
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OCN name:I_shot
CPU:i5 3570k
on die-TIM:Zalman ZM-STG2
ihs-TIM:Zalman ZM-STG2
Mhz gained: 200 mhz
OC after delid: 4.7 ghz
Temp drops:10
CPU-Z validation of max OC: not yet smile.gif

I_shot, I keep looking for your pic of your delidded chip and have not found it. The rest of your info looks good though. Pleas post a delided chip pic so that you can be accepted!
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Originally Posted by Newfireorange View Post

Hello. First time posting here. Been following you all. Decided to delid my 3570k today for the first time. I nicked a small spot next to the gold arrow on top of the PCB.

I would like your advice/opinion/flame.

Waiting on rest of PC to ship to me so I can't test it.

I warrantied it though at micro center for $20.

I'd just give that chip a try as I think it will still work. Best of luck to you that it does Newfireorange!


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Originally Posted by Nyghtryder_9 View Post

I would like to join the club




Highest core: 57c

OCN name: Nyghtryder_9
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: CL Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: CL Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: 100mhz so far
OC after delid: 4.7
Temp drops: 21
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2620560

Cpu Lapped: 400, 800, 1000, 2000, 3000 grit

Looking good Nyghtryder_9! I think Valgaur would say you are accepted! thumb.gif

Congrats and enjoy your nice new temps!
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Mercury was never safe. Hatters used to use it during the process of turning fur into felt, absorb it, and get mercury poisoning which sends you "mad as a hatter" ( trembling (known as "hatters' shakes"), loss of coordination, slurred speech, loosening of teeth, memory loss, depression, irritability and anxiety). Some say you only have to handle it too frequently for this to happen, others say it is the "fumes", so either way mercury is not "safe" to handle AFAIK .....

The elemental mercury in thermometers is just liquid metal though. It won't be absorbed by the skin. The mercury compounds that the hatters used and that are in fluorescent lights etc. are another story all together, however. I am not saying that mercury is SAFE, just that the mercury in thermometers is relatively safe to handle provided you do not eat it since the metal will not be absorbed through the skin.

That said, it's still best to leave them well alone.
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The elemental mercury in thermometers is just liquid metal though. It won't be absorbed by the skin. The mercury compounds that the hatters used and that are in fluorescent lights etc. are another story all together, however. I am not saying that mercury is SAFE, just that the mercury in thermometers is relatively safe to handle provided you do not eat it since the metal will not be absorbed through the skin.
That said, it's still best to leave them well alone.

It's not bad. My father is a chemist and I am a chemist. I used to play with mercury when I was a kid. It was pretty fascinating how dense it is and fun to push globs of it around a table. Alot of people will say "that explains alot" haha. But I didn't suffer any ill efects and I can remember it being one of my favorite things to play with in his lab when I was a little kid.
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I'm not convinced. I was always taught to keep away from it and not play with it.

Did a Google search just to see if science had changed its mind. They seem to be saying the vapor is the risk, and it evaporates at room temperature...quite a remarkable element.
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Elemental mercury

Quicksilver (liquid metallic mercury) is poorly absorbed by ingestion and skin contact. It is hazardous due to its potential to release mercury vapor. Animal data indicate less than 0.01% of ingested mercury is absorbed through the intact gastrointestinal tract, though it may not be true for individuals suffering from ileus. Cases of systemic toxicity from accidental swallowing are rare, and attempted suicide via intravenous injection does not appear to result in systemic toxicity.[18] Though not studied quantitatively, the physical properties of liquid elemental mercury limit its absorption through intact skin and in light of its very low absorption rate from the gastrointestinal tract, skin absorption would not be high.[19] Some mercury vapor is absorbed dermally, but uptake by this route is only about 1% of that by inhalation.[20]

In humans, approximately 80% of inhaled mercury vapor is absorbed via the respiratory tract, where it enters the circulatory system and is distributed throughout the body.[21] Chronic exposure by inhalation, even at low concentrations in the range 0.7–42 μg/m3, has been shown in case control studies to cause effects such as tremors, impaired cognitive skills, and sleep disturbance in workers.[22][23]

Acute inhalation of high concentrations causes a wide variety of cognitive, personality, sensory, and motor disturbances. The most prominent symptoms include tremors (initially affecting the hands and sometimes spreading to other parts of the body), emotional lability (characterized by irritability, excessive shyness, confidence loss, and nervousness), insomnia, memory loss, neuromuscular changes (weakness, muscle atrophy, muscle twitching), headaches, polyneuropathy (paresthesia, stocking-glove sensory loss, hyperactive tendon reflexes, slowed sensory and motor nerve conduction velocities), and performance deficits in tests of cognitive function.[19]
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Elemental mercury evaporates at room temperature and reacts with many elements to form salts, amalgams, and organo-mercury compounds. A number of these compounds are considered “highly hazardous” by the US EPA (P list) All mercury containing waste is considered hazardous and requires special disposal considerations.
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Mercury is a liquid metal that is environmentally persistent and bioaccumulates in the food chain.
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Quite the amazing element indeed
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Mercury was never safe. Hatters used to use it during the process of turning fur into felt, absorb it, and get mercury poisoning which sends you "mad as a hatter" ( trembling (known as "hatters' shakes"), loss of coordination, slurred speech, loosening of teeth, memory loss, depression, irritability and anxiety). Some say you only have to handle it too frequently for this to happen, others say it is the "fumes", so either way mercury is not "safe" to handle AFAIK .....


i always wondered about the grey stuff my mother mixed in my dessert's, when i was a child ...LOL

guess now i know wink.gif


i really like Gallium, melts in the hand..

Gallium is a silvery metal with atomic number 31. It's used in semiconductors and LEDs, but the cool thing about it is its melting point, which is only about 85 degrees Fahrenheit. If you hold a solid gallium crystal in your hand, your body heat will cause it to slowly melt into a silvery metallic puddle. Pour it into a dish, and it freezes back into a solid.

While you probably shouldn't lick your fingers after playing with it, gallium isn't toxic and won't make you crazy like mercury does. And if you get tired of it, you can melt it onto glass and make yourself a mirror.
Edited by VonDutch - 12/19/12 at 1:49am
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