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I've reseated the cooler and put more tim on cooler surface and tested at the same settings. on second core i achieved 25 C difference no delid to delid. I believe i can drop temps by 1-2 C more but i'm tired to do it now smile.gif
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man i hope i can get mine going to get temps like that.

so i got mine to boot again. out of 4 sticks I've tested in slot 1, only 1 of them will work.

is it possible for a botched delid to kill a stick of ram, or did i just damage the imc which makes it more sensitive to instable ram?

i haven't bolted the block back on yet... i'm trying to take it extra slow to get it right this time. i guess i'll try lightly bolting it down and booting before i tighten further? would love some more ideas if anyone has any...
 
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You probably damaged the IMC...only way to damage the board is by booting with bent pins.
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Sorry if this branches too far off but does anyone know if this is the new permanent low price for Corsair sleeved cables?

Corsair Sleeved Cables

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Originally Posted by She loved E View Post

man i hope i can get mine going to get temps like that.
so i got mine to boot again. out of 4 sticks I've tested in slot 1, only 1 of them will work.
is it possible for a botched delid to kill a stick of ram, or did i just damage the imc which makes it more sensitive to instable ram?
i haven't bolted the block back on yet... i'm trying to take it extra slow to get it right this time. i guess i'll try lightly bolting it down and booting before i tighten further? would love some more ideas if anyone has any...

The nick in the PCB is, more than likely, just in a trace that is part of the second memory channel. I doubt you have damaged the IMC or the RAM. Rather you just damaged one of the connections used to transmit data between the CPU and that RAM channel.

I don't have any ideas though, other than checking very carefully for bent pins.
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I am fairly sure both the cpu and gpu readings from software is accurate, it isn't rocket science to include an internal heat sensing probe. How can you even measure it externally, you cant just put a probe on the gpu cores or cpu die that makes no sense.

please, you obviously don't know what you are talking about doh.gif
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I vote for the person with the crappiest gpu to try and take the block off with pro on after 3 months, and its not gonna be me LOL.

Anyways, I applied pro to both the 2 cores and chip as well as the copper water block, so when I remove it the 2 layers of pro should seperate instead of a layer and a block.
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please, you obviously don't know what you are talking about doh.gif

I corrected myself by explaining what I meant, this is the 2nd time you've failed to read my posts before replying.
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I am fairly sure both the cpu and gpu readings from software is accurate, it isn't rocket science to include an internal heat sensing probe.

Software voltage and temperature readings have never been particularly accurate, even if it isn't "rocket science".
Intel for example use a method of inferring temperatures from a chips throttling point, which will have the usual range of manufacturing variation.
http://www.overclock.net/t/476469/the-truth-about-temperatures-and-voltages
Unclewebb, creator of RealTemp has written at length about it.

I've sent Unclewebb a PM asking if he can give me some links on how Nvidia and ATI do it. I hope he can help because I'm interested in what method they use.
I didn't find anything useful in a Google search. Just got tons of How Good are my Temps posts....
Edited by alancsalt - 12/23/12 at 3:19pm
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post #6020 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Arm3nian View Post

I vote for the person with the crappiest gpu to try and take the block off with pro on after 3 months, and its not gonna be me LOL.
Anyways, I applied pro to both the 2 cores and chip as well as the copper water block, so when I remove it the 2 layers of pro should seperate instead of a layer and a block.

And this is why ultra is nice. You don't need to worry about breaking anything when removing parts. I have pro between my IHS and die, but ultra everywhere else. I did test ultra on the die too (it came in a day before my pro did), and there was very little difference in temp reduction between ultra and pro.
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