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Sorry if you have already posted it, but do you have a before and after for your GPU? So far the only place I have been very impressed with the liquid metal compounds is for in between the IHS and die.
When I replaced my AS5 with ultra between the IHS and the CPU cooler there was MAYBE a 1c difference. When I did the same for my 7950 there was a 2c difference. So even though they are good, I call BS on "double digit" drops on anything other than between the IHS and die.
I didn't take any before screenshots with either GPU. All I can tell you though is that before when playing Far Cry 3 with my 7970 @ 1125/1600 @ 1.25v I would easily push into the 72C-77C area, and that was with a high fan setting. Now I use a very modest fan setting because its reference cooler with a hoover vacuum attached, and at the same clocks and volts playing the same game I reside in the 59-63C region. With my GTX560ti I only use it for 24/7 Folding and before was 72C and now its at 60C. You don't have to believe me, I don't really have any reason to lie.

I will say I think you didn't do a very good job on your Ultra application to your 7950. Did you apply to both the chip and the heatsink?
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ruh roh guys i think i may have bricked my chip. madsmiley.png just delidded, reassembled & she won't boot.
there was one miniscule nick in the pcb right at one of the corners, which i touched up with paint pen to reduce the risk of shorting.
checked for bent pins, they all look good. cleared cmos, still nothing. it powers on for 2 seconds, then shuts off. its weird tho, the fan profile seemed to change when clearing cmos, does that mean somethings working (BIOS)? I hope I'm not the next guy to mess this up.
gonna go thru the thread to see if I can track down the problem... in the meantime can anyone help???
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thanks swag. think i figured it out. i removed a stick of ram and she boots. good news: i didn't kill it. bad news: looks like i'm rollin single channel oneeyedsmiley02.pngdoh.gif

I was going to say the 2 seconds and reboot has always been a tell-tale sign that there is a grounding error typically where two LGA pins are touching each other. But now it looks like that knick on your PCB damaged the IMC.
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With your card are you using liqud ultra on just the core or just the heatsync of both? smile.gif

with the vid cards i only used CLP on the core,
not sure what im gonna do with my 7970 tho,
the 6850, 4770 and 5770 where easy to take apart ..lol
but my mind is set to do it, so i prolly will biggrin.gif

the 5770 looked really bad when i took it apart ..djeez,



6850 almost ready to spread the liquid pro smile.gif


i must say, after playing games this weekend with my kiddos,
the new 7970 didnt exceed 55C, bf3 , farcry 3 etc, everything maxed out, np,
curious what liquid pro can shave of,
i mean 45C tops playing any game?? ...LOL ..wauw,
fps in FC3 where good, lower then bf3, 80to 100+, only twice during the game it dipped for a sec to 55-57fps...i can live with that..
only found one problem till now, tearing in the game sometimes,
anyone know what i can do about that?
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thanks swag. think i figured it out. i removed a stick of ram and she boots. good news: i didn't kill it. bad news: looks like i'm rollin single channel oneeyedsmiley02.pngdoh.gif

sorry to hear, yep, we seen more nicked pcb's,
that after it booted had one memory channel ..
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Wait so when ppl delid and they can only use 1 ram stick, it means they fried the board? If there's a short somewhere shouldn't I stop using the cpu? I guess I don't understand what I effed up by nicking the pcb.

i think it means you damaged a circuit on the pcb, thats related to the memory controller from the cpu, so your board should be fine..
i think theres someone here that had the same, and still using the cpu, with 1 controller tho smile.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 12/23/12 at 6:55am
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Yeah this reference cooler isnt enough for me, I debating on selling it. I have offers for $300 I was hoping for $325 though. I guess I should just wait on my dwoods bracket to come.
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No delid results from as of yet guys, I haven't been able to remove the IHS! I think the pressure placed on it from being mounted in my system now for 4-5 Months has narrowed the gap a bit. One corner in particular has pretty much no gap to get a razor blade in there.

Put her all back together and she's working great, so thinking sell this 3570K and buy another and this time delid before I've mounted it.
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No delid results from as of yet guys, I haven't been able to remove the IHS! I think the pressure placed on it from being mounted in my system now for 4-5 Months has narrowed the gap a bit. One corner in particular has pretty much no gap to get a razor blade in there.
Put her all back together and she's working great, so thinking sell this 3570K and buy another and this time delid before I've mounted it.

Mine was tough too, just keep working it slowly. Get it good and hot first to soften the glue.
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No delid results from as of yet guys, I haven't been able to remove the IHS! I think the pressure placed on it from being mounted in my system now for 4-5 Months has narrowed the gap a bit. One corner in particular has pretty much no gap to get a razor blade in there.
Put her all back together and she's working great, so thinking sell this 3570K and buy another and this time delid before I've mounted it.

yep, only had mine in there for about a month,
but best is to do it right away, but after testing if delid is worth it,
what vcore do/did you need for 4.5ghz? or does it run to hot for that..
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with the vid cards i only used CLP on the core,
not sure what im gonna do with my 7970 tho,
the 6850, 4770 and 5770 where easy to take apart ..lol
but my mind is set to do it, so i prolly will biggrin.gif
the 5770 looked really bad when i took it apart ..djeez,

My 7950 was easy as pie to take apart! My first card was a single slot 9800GT which was fairly easy, my second was a friends 5850 which was terrible (oh so many screws) and my 7950 was so easy to do! Just four screws and a slight twist and it came off! smile.gif
 
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Just delidded it... only had it for a few days and I didn't like the temps.


OCN name: PyroYuy
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Cool Labs Liquid Metal Pro
ihs-TIM: Same
Mhz gained: no idea, didn't really run it that hard before
OC after delid: 4.9
Temp drops: used to run 65 on average before at 4.5, now I'm doing 55 at 4.9
CPU-Z validation of max OC: 4889.97

My biggest qualm with it right now is that it runs at 1.4 volts stable at this range, the only time I run 1.3ish is when I'm at 4.6. Should I reduce the load or does it not matter that much, and yes this rig is a 24/7.
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yep, only had mine in there for about a month,
but best is to do it right away, but after testing if delid is worth it,
what vcore do/did you need for 4.5ghz? or does it run to hot for that..

I was running 1.31v for 4.5GHz, it wasn't exactly roasting, was 80C on the hottest core, however I wanted to go higher, around 4.8GHz 24/7 and perhaps even 5GHz for Benching.

But considering I'm running an RX360 and RX240 its not that great, it feels like all this rad space is well... wasted.

I've even got an RX120 to go in, just because I want it really, I know it'll do next to nothing for temps
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Just delidded it... only had it for a few days and I didn't like the temps.
OCN name: PyroYuy
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Cool Labs Liquid Metal Pro
ihs-TIM: Same
Mhz gained: no idea, didn't really run it that hard before
OC after delid: 4.9
Temp drops: used to run 65 on average before at 4.5, now I'm doing 55 at 4.9
CPU-Z validation of max OC: 4889.97
My biggest qualm with it right now is that it runs at 1.4 volts stable at this range, the only time I run 1.3ish is when I'm at 4.6. Should I reduce the load or does it not matter that much, and yes this rig is a 24/7.

4.9ghz at 1.4V ?
gratz, should be no problem to run 24/7,
of course, if vcore is lower is always better,
but what ive learned so far, ivy should be able to run upto 1.45V vcore 24/7,
without a chance of degradation over time,
i think the others here would agree..of course if temps are good also ..lol
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I was running 1.31v for 4.5GHz, it wasn't exactly roasting, was 80C on the hottest core, however I wanted to go higher, around 4.8GHz 24/7 and perhaps even 5GHz for Benching.
But considering I'm running an RX360 and RX240 its not that great, it feels like all this rad space is well... wasted.
I've even got an RX120 to go in, just because I want it really, I know it'll do next to nothing for temps

yea, i needed 1.235V vcore for 4.5ghz stable,
i need 1.420V vcore for 4.8ghz, 24H prime stable,
thats about my highest oc for this chip, 4.9 ghz needed 1.510V vcore,
i think thats to risky to run 24/7..

im not saying yours will do worse, because you need more vcore then me at 4.5ghz,
im trying to gather info about 4.5ghz oc's, and vcore needed, prime stable that is,
compare that to the higher oc's those chips can run,
almost all ivy's can run 4.5ghz before delid, if the vcore needed for that oc can be a indication for higher oc's,
would be a great help to decide if its worth it, except the lower temps..
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Yeah this reference cooler isnt enough for me, I debating on selling it. I have offers for $300 I was hoping for $325 though. I guess I should just wait on my dwoods bracket to come.

arent there aircoolers you can buy for it?
Arctic Accelero Xtreme 7970

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