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I really need to get my Kraken x60 shipped so I can freaking put the h100 on my 3770k. After that, I'm gonna overclock my cpu a bit more and see what kinda damage she does. I REALLY wanna get to 5.0 ... That'd make me smile something fierce
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To be honest, with the wonder of de-lidding I cranked the Vcore up to 1.55 and started to find a stable multiplier - When I found that I simply started lowering the Vcore to where everything is stable.
Like a few others, my problem at the moment is not the heat, but the Vcore limit, what-ever it may be. Having a good 30C headroom is nice - But makes me shred a tear of the loss possibilites.
On other news: CLP is like crack - I just ordered two more tubes - So far I used it on all the laptops in the house and the folding rig. Amazing stuff!
And in completely other news: Just had a friend call me, asked if a 1200W PSU with an AC Input of 6Amps would draw those 6Amps all the time - Or if it simply only did that on 1200W - Personally I have no idea, so if any of you fellas know this, feel free to add smile.gif

Yeah, I need to order some more myself! tongue.gif

Yes, the same goes for me. I'm not too keen on running much past 1.45v for 24/7 personally even after de-lidding, it did increase my overclock too and will increase longevity in the processor (and lower voltage needed)

I'm going to re-do my GPU when I get some more in the coming months I suppose. As for the PSU question I'm pretty sure it wouldn't as the components don't need the amperage all the time. I.E A GTX 670 needs 30 AMPS so the power supply would only technically be drawing the power it needs. That's the way I see it anyway
 
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The main reason I ask is not because I would want to change it but if you ever had to remove the chip from the board the IHS is 'loose' on the PCB, Didn't know if you took the chip out if you would have problems resulting. Thanks for the responses all, sorry to beat a dead horse with that, just the posts I was reading didn't talk about it headscratch.gif

I did, and I was using ultra. Just grab the chip by the edge of the pcb and ground yourself properly...
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OCN name: Matt-Matt
CPU: i5 3570k
on Die-IHS: Coolabatory Liquid Pro
Ihs-Cooler: Coolabatory Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 200MHz
OC after delid: 4.6GHz
Temp drops: ~25c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: Link
Additional Notes:
  • Quite possibly used too much Pro on the Die but at least it'll stick I suppose.
  • Liquid Ultra was flawless on the 3570k IHS.
  • Temperature has greater variances then before, I.E my temps were getting close to 85c with an IBT load when ambients were warmer and the fans on slow.
  • CPU Cooler actually works, it heats up the top of the case and the back of it. Still not hot to the touch though. (The cooler)
  • Pentium 4 IHS failed, Don't even bother trying. Unless you want to spend a while sanding the sides of it to make it fit (I have a feeling that the Pentium 4's IHS' were taller and therefore didn't make proper contact with my 3570k
  • 4.7GHz was fine for Windows + Games and IBT but the second I loaded P95 for more then 10 minutes it failed.
  • My chip is terribad, needing 1.45v for 4.6GHz and more then 1.51v for 4.7GHz. Considering selling in the new year (Feb-March) ~$200 on eBay and getting a 3770k.

There she is, all shiny after a cotton but attacked it with metho. Came up rather nice I think. smile.gif

Very nice man! Now, if only your chip wouldn't be such a dud frown.gif
Hopefully your new 3770k will rock!
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i hate intel, they just so vague with some answers peeps need..
any signs of degradation yet, with members running 1.45+V vcore 24/7?
tempted to go run my 4.8ghz at 1.420V, see how it goes in a year orso ..lol
just dont see the need for that oc, my 4646mhz at 1.305V vcore is fast enough..

There is an Intel rep that has a Reddit AMA you guys should check out. I don't have a reddit account but I'm tempted to ask a few things, you may as well beat me to it. biggrin.gif
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Yeah, I need to order some more myself! tongue.gif
Yes, the same goes for me. I'm not too keen on running much past 1.45v for 24/7 personally even after de-lidding, it did increase my overclock too and will increase longevity in the processor (and lower voltage needed)
I'm going to re-do my GPU when I get some more in the coming months I suppose. As for the PSU question I'm pretty sure it wouldn't as the components don't need the amperage all the time. I.E A GTX 670 needs 30 AMPS so the power supply would only technically be drawing the power it needs. That's the way I see it anyway

Your psu won't be taking 1200w from the wall constantly, the components you plug to it will draw juice depending on load/usage.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

There is an Intel rep that has a Reddit AMA you guys should check out. I don't have a reddit account but I'm tempted to ask a few things, you may as well beat me to it. biggrin.gif

link?
whats a raddit, some rabbit/addict mix? ..lol

o, and can we have a tip added on page 1,
"practice on some old pentiums, before the real attempt to delid a ivy"?

i bought 10 old pentiums over here, for 10 euro,
i think if you can do 2 at least, you have a good feel of how it is gonna go on
the real thing smile.gif

think we should have a section with delidding tips from all members,
could be helpful for others thumb.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 12/28/12 at 7:36am
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link?
whats a raddit, some rabbit/addict mix? ..lol

Here's a nice sample of what I'm talking about.
He's an architect at Intel and knows plenty of interesting stuff those chat reps don't logically. You can ask the guy whatever and he will post an answer.
He delids his own k chips!
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Here's a nice sample of what I'm talking about.
He's an architect at Intel and knows plenty of interesting stuff those chat reps don't logically. You can ask the guy whatever and he will post an answer.
He delids his own k chips!


cool, did anyone ask him about max vcore yet for ivy? ..lol
guess i need to get over there, you coming over to ivan? biggrin.gif

edit,
if he delids his chips, we should get him over here, and show him our clubhouse..
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I did, and I was using ultra. Just grab the chip by the edge of the pcb and ground yourself properly...
Very nice man! Now, if only your chip wouldn't be such a dud frown.gif
Hopefully your new 3770k will rock!

One can hope.. That's if I ever do. I'll be doing my first year uni so the budget may be tight, it's not financially viable to get a new CPU just for an extra few hundred mhz increase in performance and HT which I don't need. So I may not, it depends how it goes I guess.

And I knew my chip wasn't that good, I was hoping for 4.7GHz at ~1.45v and like 70-80c temps. But alas nothing is as good as expected tongue.gif

Also I got my 3570k out without the IHS on just fine. Just lift the latch up and lift it up by the side that is now touchable/visible. It's safe to touch the bottom of the CPU as long as you wipe it with a bit of metho to get rid of any oils etc from your skin. The same goes for the CPU's core, just make sure you clean it and don't bend the pins in the motherboard.

Also the previous thermal paste install had a bit too much and it squeezed out the side and got on the side of the CPU a bit fell on the bottom of the CPU as I was getting it out and some fell in the socket! Thank goodness it was only MX-2 and it works fine still without trying to remove it.
 
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Phew! If it was LP I'd be worried...

Hey, you don't really need more than stock really, 4.5 is a whole lotta cpu xD
I like to bench and I need the best cpu as possible to get good gpu scores and ram efficiency, but well, not for everyone out there.
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Nice to see that intel stock tim deniers are growing day by day smile.gif

Today i opened the right side of the case and saw that one of the cpu mounting screw wasnt alligned . i had realized that something was wrong about it cause the cooler surface wasn't pressuring enough some areas. after that i fixed it and tested to see any improvements on temps. Well my no delid to delid performance was 23 C but now it is 26 C even with one fan thumb.gif This improvement made my day folks biggrin.gif It keeps better and better . BTW i'm still not added to the list redface.gif
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Hey I think you must have missed my submission to join this esteemed club.. Post #6110 as I don' t yet see my name on the list.. If there is something else I need to do please let me know... thanks
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