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Main system needs biggest badest case it can go in to have options for max performance..
My htpc is in a sugo 02 tho nice little case.. would never put my main system in something that small however...

If space was no concern at all I'd subscribe to that line of thinking as well. But living in an apartment in Brooklyn...space matters.
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If space was no concern at all I'd subscribe to that line of thinking as well. But living in an apartment in Brooklyn...space matters.

make big case a shelf then XD

I have 2 computers rooms LOL and 4000 SQ Feet wink.gif
    
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You're on 310.70, right Feniks? I'm having similar issues now...but it technically performs marginally better so the 6mhz loss is not too terrible lol

And Hokies, that's some heavy work right there.

Swag, I think the 60usd cable bundle is neat, and saves you tons of hours of individually sleeving each cable. Time is money as Adam Smith put it (was it him? lol)

@Valgaur: Swag was #1 lol but you got a nice club going hehe

Yea, it was Adam Smith. Also known as 'Father of Capitalism'. tongue.gif Yea, I'm going to order the cables when I receive my NH-D14. tongue.gif I think it'll make my build a whole lot more solid since I can't afford a better GPU! I'll save up afterwards and invest in a great GPU after that. Considering I've had this 5770 since 2009...Still rocks though. I can play all the games I frequently play on high. It OCs great too with the 990/1445!
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@Valgaur: Swag was #1 lol but you got a nice club going hehe

i was #1 biggrin.gif
when i joined ocn, and started talking about my delidded chip,
you guys wanted me to start this club, "vondutch, make a delid club/thread"..remember...lol
only reason i didnt, was because i felt a noob compared to you guys,
lack of experience with ocing etc..some things dont change ey ...lol

but..its not only about who started it, any club is only as good as its members, thumb.gif
if it wasnt for us, the members, this thread would be dead already haha...

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Did something happen to it?
Also, the mark it leaves, does it affect the HSF at all?

it "upgrades" other tim's if theres some left overs,
thought this was a interesting read,
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?162440-Coollabs-Liquid-Pro-Investigated!-Easiest-possible-way-to-remove-included.-56k-warnin
Edited by VonDutch - 12/27/12 at 11:47pm
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Been reading this thread for about an hour, and it has me wanting to delid before i even get my computer together for the first time... Only thing stopping me is i figure ill appreciate the results more if i wait and go through the poor temps... Decisions!
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Been reading this thread for about an hour, and it has me wanting to delid before i even get my computer together for the first time... Only thing stopping me is i figure ill appreciate the results more if i wait and go through the poor temps... Decisions!

i would first wait and see how your new chip performs,
temp and vcore wise, decide then if its needed to delid or not smile.gif
try run 4.5ghz to start with, if possible, to determine if its a good one to oc..
if you can run 4.5ghz stable with less then 1.2V, it prolly will do good with the higher oc's
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i would first wait and see how your new chip performs,
temp and vcore wise, decide then if its needed to delid or not smile.gif
try run 4.5ghz to start with, if possible, to determine if its a good one to oc..
if you can run 4.5ghz stable with less then 1.2V, it prolly will do good with the higher oc's

Is 4.5 possible on the stock cooler? I am messing with cleaning my WC setup currently so that wont be installed for a week or so... Curious to see if this chip is a good one or not LOL

Edit: Also I've been looking around for the answer but this thread is large, A lot of people suggest Collab Pro for under the lid. Isn't that nearly impossible to get off after you apply it to a die?
Edited by blkdoutgsxr - 12/28/12 at 12:03am
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to all new members of the club - congrats! biggrin.gifdevil-smiley-019.gif
to all who have fallen - condolences ... worriedsmiley.gif
to everybody, late Merry Christmas and Happy New Year biggrin.gifparty.gif
don't be smile.gif
I used a dremel with soft buffing pad/wheel for glue removal on the PCB of 4x 3770K, it works very well. it helps to soak the glue with 70-90% alcohol prior to "buffing" it out though.
I used a dremel with buffing pad to clean off PCB from glue on 4 chips, never any trouble biggrin.gif
yes, CL Ultra stains, it did that to the copper base of my Raystorm. most of it came off after I used the scratch pad (scotch brite or something) they include with CLU, but some silver discoloration left, doesn't bother me much personally wink.gif
what kind of metal polish? that's interesting.
same here, I used the scratch pad included in CLU package to clean it off the first 3770K I used it with (IHS) ... and stopped just after I noticed I almost removed the top writing on IHS ... phew that chip was going to RMA ... so ... don't use that scratch pad if you need warranty LOL!

thanks feniks, same to you smile.gif

yea, seems the dremel works well for peeps,
maybe we should make a section on page 1,
about how to apply liquid pro/ultra, and best ways to clean it later..
so many ask about it..

im not to sure about using metal polish really,
if i remember right, we talked about it somewhere,
it also fills up the gaps, and is a poor conductive material..
not sure tho..

still have to take mine apart again, liquid pro is under there for a couple of months now,
gonna wait a bit longer, see what i can come up with to clean it the best way...

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Is 4.5 possible on the stock cooler? I am messing with cleaning my WC setup currently so that wont be installed for a week or so... Curious to see if this chip is a good one or not LOL
Edit: Also I've been looking around for the answer but this thread is large, A lot of people suggest Collab Pro for under the lid. Isn't that nearly impossible to get off after you apply it to a die?

prolly not, on stock cooler maybe 4.1-4.2 max,
depends on the chip of course, and how the ihs is making contact with die etc..

edit,
its not, "making contact with die", i mean , the "distance between die and ihs"..
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It's pretty easy to get off your die, I removed ultra using a cotton swab with 96% alcohol...
But you wouldn't need to remove Pro from the die, it's the best tim there is lol
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It's pretty easy to get off your die, I removed ultra using a cotton swab with 96% alcohol...
But you wouldn't need to remove Pro from the die, it's the best tim there is lol

the die is made of" "glass", so its easier to remove there then from the ihs,
i dont even think about removing, only for the experiment, or if my temps
are getting worse again, till now, after a few months...no problem at all,
"never change a winning team" right...lol

would it be easier to remove, when you use a hairdryer to warm it up ?
not only for removing the cooler, but also to remove it easier from the ihs ..
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