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Direct die is risky and not worth it just LP the IHS....
    
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Merry Christmas Delidded Crew!! I'm having a few brews with the fam, just had a couple items sell on ebay so I think I'm gonna pick up some of that Crucial CL8 1.35v RAM, what do you guys think??

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148656
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Direct die is risky and not worth it just LP the IHS....


I'll date myself pretty badly by saying so, but when I first started building, everything in AMD's performance lineup was direct to die (in the K7/Athlon XP days). It's not as big a deal as many make it out to be, you just have to pay more attention to what your doing. wink.gif
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Merry Christmas Delidded Crew!! I'm having a few brews with the fam, just had a couple items sell on ebay so I think I'm gonna pick up some of that Crucial CL8 1.35v RAM, what do you guys think??
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148656

They are good if you want a cheap 16gb kit...if you want really fast ram nope, only good for AMD systems or 775 maybe. xD
They eat vdimm and do tight timings but at lowish clocks, not bad for 8gb sticks.
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What do you recommend?
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Alrighty! Finished my delid and the good news is it boots.. Pics and app to join will follow.. I used CLP on the die and between the IHS and my H100 block.. the problem is It didn't help lower temps much.. Using prime95 I saw the following

Core 1 - 10C drop
Core 2 - 7C drop
Core 3 4C drop
and Core 4 the same... frustrating.. I have reapplied once aready with no improvement.. what do you suggest?

Very happy I didn't nick the PCB or die.. went pretty well actually.. oh I also lapped the CPU IHS as it was definately concave

Merry Christmas to all!!! smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

Bigdale7, seems your temp gains are smaller than expected. Sounds like you did everything right, but you might need to reapply TIM and remount again just to verify it is right or not as temp gain is normally much better than that.

First though, what are your temps for 4.5GHz @ your vcore now that you are delided. Let us have some data to see if they look good or not. Also, any before and after temp comparison at same clock and voltage. Real data - not just delta.

Maybe your chip was already running cool as the major issue with IB is not the Intel TIM, but the gap. If your chip had better glue application, maybe the IHS was not so high off of the die, and thus not as bad at temps than most IB chips are. If so, that would explain why you would see little gain through delidding.

But I would also strongly consider redoing all the TIM and mounting if it were my rig. I'd want some better temp drops for getting up the guts to delid!!! thumb.gif
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What do you recommend?

I reccomend those for 16gb kits, but you normally don't need more than 8gb unless you are a graphics designer or do tons of editing.
I'd say one of the 2x4gb 2400mhz cl9 Ripjaws kit or cl10 for cheaper stuff, by G.Skill, Avexir or Team Xtreem.
this one's great and cheap!
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Merry Christmas to all!!! smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
Bigdale7, seems your temp gains are smaller than expected. Sounds like you did everything right, but you might need to reapply TIM and remount again just to verify it is right or not as temp gain is normally much better than that.
First though, what are your temps for 4.5GHz @ your vcore now that you are delided. Let us have some data to see if they look good or not. Also, any before and after temp comparison at same clock and voltage. Real data - not just delta.
Maybe your chip was already running cool as the major issue with IB is not the Intel TIM, but the gap. If your chip had better glue application, maybe the IHS was not so high off of the die, and thus not as bad at temps than most IB chips are. If so, that would explain why you would see little gain through delidding.
But I would also strongly consider redoing all the TIM and mounting if it were my rig. I'd want some better temp drops for getting up the guts to delid!!! thumb.gif

Same to you! thumb.gif
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I'll date myself pretty badly by saying so, but when I first started building, everything in AMD's performance lineup was direct to die (in the K7/Athlon XP days). It's not as big a deal as many make it out to be, you just have to pay more attention to what your doing. wink.gif
Really no temp drops from it why I see no point in it.

Also I think I have the older version with the mcp 350 pump bought it used 90$ shipped with 2 1/2 3/4 compression fittings and 2 1/2 3/4 45s which are worth about 30$

So I got 60$ in the block/pump which I think is a killer deal.

Picture below showing how tall it is.

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Mine just had the 4 screws in the back of it, they had tiny springs sitting inbetween the PCB and the screws on the back to apply more pressure obviously. After taking them out and sitting them aside that was it the cooler came off. The rest of the screws on my card itself are to do with the cooler itself, the PCI bracket and the VRM cooling/support bar that is unique to my card. I can't really help you guys much apart from that. I can take photos if it really helps that much or just paint a photo of the same card. smile.gif

I guess it was different from my 7970 ... there's about 10 little screws (no springs) and then the 4 backplate ones. With all the screws removed (Except backplate), the heatsink still wont come off ...
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Really no temp drops from it why I see no point in it.
Also I think I have the older version with the mcp 350 pump bought it used 90$ shipped with 2 1/2 3/4 compression fittings and 2 1/2 3/4 45s which are worth about 30$
So I got 60$ in the block/pump which I think is a killer deal.
Picture below showing how tall it is. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Nice score, especially at that price! Congrats biggrin.gif I paid full price for mine from Gary @ Sidewinders, but I'm covered if it fails & hoses my system. I guess I'm paying extra for peace of mind. Lol! smile.gif


Btw, I've been leak testing for the last 2 hours, it's looking good so far. I don't want to get happy just yet. Because after an extended test the last time, when the pump was shut down, THEN it started dripping from the double rotary 90°.
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