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Ok, and it won't hurt the PCB at all. Like file it or take off anything?

It would be much worse for the PCB if you did it with the dry buffing wheel.
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Ok, and it won't hurt the PCB at all. Like file it or take off anything?

It would be much worse for the PCB if you did it with the dry buffing wheel.

So I can assume it is 100% safe and it won't kill my CPU?
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if you use the small buffing wheel without any alcohol, the dry buffing wheel will melt the PCB, even at the lowest speeds (well at least for my dremmel). Depending on what model dremmel you have, the lowest speeds is not sufficient enough for me to polish off the pcb. I'd rather not melt the board and be stuck with a paper weight or not be able to have dual channel memory. Personally, I feel that polishing the motherboard to get rid of the residue is as risky as delidding the IHS.

I reset the heat sink on my IHS and also the hyper 212 evo cooler and I still have very different temperature differences between core 1 and core 3. I must have a lopsided board IHS or something.

I still am confused at how to overclock as i've been letting the cpu handle the voltages.

tested at 4.5
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Welp pc shut down and error code 51 again..

Seems the Apongee drive 2 is to heavy and is pushing the pins on my mb to touch.

After talking to Sin0822..

I am going to try and get the smaller version of the Apongee drive 2.. see if it helps..
If not looks like ima have to pay gigabyte 50$ to replace the socket meh owell.
    
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Welp pc shut down and error code 51 again..
Seems the Apongee drive 2 is to heavy and is pushing the pins on my mb to touch.
After talking to Sin0822..
I am going to try and get the smaller version of the Apongee drive 2.. see if it helps..
If not looks like ima have to pay gigabyte 50$ to replace the socket meh owell.

Put the pc on its side and see if stops
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Did it work properly and should I buy a larger diameter one?

The larger diameter version is certainly easier to work with imo. Denatured alcohol is best, but off the shelf isopropyl alcohol will work fine to.


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Welp pc shut down and error code 51 again..
Seems the Apongee drive 2 is to heavy and is pushing the pins on my mb to touch.
After talking to Sin0822..
I am going to try and get the smaller version of the Apongee drive 2.. see if it helps..
If not looks like ima have to pay gigabyte 50$ to replace the socket meh owell.

Oh that seriously sucks. :*(
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i'm still a novice overclocker, and i'm having very large temperature discrepancies between core 1 and the other 3 cores.

and now.... a wave of pictures.


My first application was with arctic MX-2 but i also purchased mx-4 and noticed a 2-3 degrees drop in difference.

applying arctic MX-4 note: i did not use alcohol to remove the previous grease. I just cleaned it as best as i could with a tissue.

some strange patterns underneath the IHS. maybe this is why my cpu chip has one core that is 10 degrees difference than another one while under load.

redoing the arctic MX-4 in hopes of getting better, even temperatures.... nope. I did get a cooler core 2, but the other 3 cores are still higher.


re-cleaned and reapplied arctic mx-4

amount of TIM i used on the cpu die


amount used on the IHS and the hyper 212 evo.

4.6 1.272 68 76 80 77
4.7 1.368 78 90 93 89
4.7 1.368 78 90 93 90 run #2

I'm pretty much just putting 45,46,47 in the cpu bios and then running intel burn tests rather than doing a fixed voltage to overclock. Will the cpu achieve an overclock if you use a fixed voltage say 1.19 @ 47 or will it crash? still very confused about the terminology about the asrock bios.

i am tempted though to get some collaboratory liquid ultra, but it's an added cost and i'm not getting even temperatures across the board like others have been getting.
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Just completed my new build. Updating my system profile soon. Hated the high temps. So did the delid with no problems. Looks like I have a better than average 3770K. Before delid, hit 4.8Ghz Intel burn stable. Highest core at 1.37V (CPUz reading) was hitting 91C. After delid highest temp at 1.37V (CPUz reading) was 73C. Now at 5.1Ghz @ 1.472V (CPUz reading) my highest core temp is 84C. Another great bonus here is i'm running 16GB memory @ 2666 with timings 10-12-12-31. thumb.gif


http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633042






OCN name: Cool Mike

CPU: i7 3770K

on die-TIM: Coolabratory Liquid Ultra

ihs-TIM: GELID GC Extreme

Mhz gained: 300 Mhz over the OEM HS

OC after delid: 5.1 Ghz

Temp drops: No comparable data. Did not record electronic data before delid. OEM @ 4.8 Ghz at 1.37(CPUz reading) core temp was 91C, after delid temps dropped to 73C @ 4.8 Ghz at 1.37 (CPUz reading) Highest core = 18­° drop. Running all four cores with hyper threading at 5.1 Ghz at 1.472V core (CPUz reading) highest core temp 84C.

CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633042
Edited by Cool Mike - 12/29/12 at 6:57pm
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That last picture looks like a massive amount of TIM, I use about a 3rd of that. Pretty much I use the same amount you put on your die on my IHS.
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Well it seems like with a lot of trial and error i got a 5.0ghz overclock. Seems pretty stable too.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633115

   
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