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and peace to that man! biggrin.gif
Just to clarify what I failed to say about googling on fan bearings and makes/models. in fact there's not much input on xinrulian fans, but mostly those are used by XSPC kit users AFAIK, not that many people buy them separately while Scythe brand is VERY popular among long time water coolers (same as Yate Loon is). I merely had in mind opinions of users (me included) on Scythe Slipstream vs Scythe GT or S-Flex series, those are most common to come across when googling.
As you said, probably I was unlucky, but then it does take a person aback to see over half a dozen sleeve fans die in same manner in just 3-9 months ... could be that Scythe Slipstreams are just so cheap and actually much worse than Yate Loon's ... maybe that's the case wink.gif
That relay you mentioned to shutdown when else fails. I have actually similar idea of a built-in fail safe, however I had planned to this using BIOS sensor reporting. My water pump is plugged into motherboard's CPU_OPT fan header, so I can see the pump RPM in BIOS or Windows (reported as CPU FAN) ... have yet to find a way to force a (software commanded) system shutdown when this reading goes to zero for more than 10 seconds or so. initially thought that BIOS would have such feature, but it seems a thing of past where air coolers were popular and CPu fan RPM at zero would event prevent system from POST, not so much on ROG BIOS unless I just can't find something like that in this BIOS. would need a software solution running in Windows to take care of that.
Happy New Year too! biggrin.gif

That could be it, I only ever had a problem with one Yate fan, and it was a defective cap that popped as soon as it was powered up. I strongly suspect it was made by one of the subcontracted companies they license manufacturing out to, and those subcontracted YL's are definitely much lower in quality. From the motor itself being physically smaller, to the components on the pcb's being substandard. Petra's is the only one that I know of off hand that deals direct w/ YL, and always has the high quality manufactured directly by YL versions. I haven't really much used Scythe, aside from their 128 in 1 card reader that's in my old system (Now my son's computer. I have a Akasa Baymaster S reader/2.5" dock for an external monitor stand/surround sound amp/dock project I've got going on).

Before I went custom water a few years back, I was all into high cfm/pressure Delta's, Pabst, & Mechatronics with my Megahalem's. Wind noise > bearing noise! biggrin.gif A few years of that got pretty old though. There's nothing like hearing your Delta MegaFast's running through a closed door, on the other end of the house while you're out in the garage! Lol! wink.gif I ran the MegaFast's both on the outside in p/p on a Silver Arrow later, with a gutted 140mm shrouding the middle. 4.4 Ghz stable on a 965 BE on air, but good god they were loud though!

I've been thinking along the same lines for years about fail safe's. That's the thing with the Aquaero 5's, it's not just simply a fan/pump controller. It's an onboard cooling system stand alone micro computer that interfaces real time with the OS, and with the built in mobo/cpu/gpu/rpm/pwm sensors. Not to mention having it's own wide array of available sensors itself. From flow rate, to water temp, to direct contact thermistor sensors, and even water level sensors. The auto shutdown failsafe is just the cherry on top. Imo, it's the pinnacle when it comes to fan control, no question. Plus, if you're running a pwm controlled pump like I am, there is no need for any PowerAdust add-on's. Simply plug the PWM in, and the power from the pump comes direct from the psu while the Aquaero controls it. The optional heatsink at bare minimum is the only accessory absolutely necessary to purchase additional to the the Aquaero 5 LT or Pro models when running PWM pumps. With the XT, it already comes equipped. Long story short: Highly recommended. thumb.gif


@ VonDutch: I won't say for certain, because my experience is quite limited w/ Ivy, but that's exactly what happened to my 3750k before it started ctd'ing and later, bsod'ing. It jumped from 1.35 to 1.40 to boot at 4.4, then 1.43 Vcore all in the course of 48 hours. 0X50e error codes. Even at stock, it's doing the same. A dying IMC I'm pretty certain, being that my memtest runs (2x) and Prime 95 came out fine on my sons comp w/ the Sammie ELV "miracle" mem installed.

Oh well, the new chip will be here tomorrow biggrin.gif
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Scratched up my chip pretty bad but it still powers on and nothing catches on fire biggrin.gif. Of course with my luck I bent the pins on my mobo so I need to order a new one because I can't be bothered to fix it. Worse comes to worse I'll use this as an excuse to upgrade from a 3570k to a 3770k thumb.gif

Little update on this, chip ended up giving me post code 00 so I had to order a new chip and mobo. Went with the 3570k again and glad I did. As soon as took it out of the box I put my blade to it and the IHS popped right off. Still waiting on the mobo so I'm trying to get a friend to let me test it in his rig mainly because I'm so excited to see the temp differences. Huge thanks to everyone on this thread for all the motivation that drove me to do it. biggrin.gif
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Did a little prime testing at 4.7 last night. I think I've got a good starting point to compare my temps now after I delid. Certainly no golden chip here that's for sure but I think I'll be able to do 4.8 which is all I was hoping for with this chip so for that I'm happy biggrin.gif.
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Still looks great to me PuffinMyLye! Can you use a voltmeter on your system to verify your vcore is correct? I have heard that some ASRocks MBs do read vcore too low. Would be nice to know if your vcore readings are correct or not.

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@ VonDutch: I won't say for certain, because my experience is quite limited w/ Ivy, but that's exactly what happened to my 3750k before it started ctd'ing and later, bsod'ing. It jumped from 1.35 to 1.40 to boot at 4.4, then 1.43 Vcore all in the course of 48 hours. 0X50e error codes. Even at stock, it's doing the same. A dying IMC I'm pretty certain, being that my memtest runs (2x) and Prime 95 came out fine on my sons comp w/ the Sammie ELV "miracle" mem installed.

Oh well, the new chip will be here tomorrow biggrin.gif

Man, that must make VonDutch feel great! I sure hope it is not ture of your chip VonDutch!

And good luck on your new chip Raven!
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Scratched up my chip pretty bad but it still powers on and nothing catches on fire biggrin.gif. Of course with my luck I bent the pins on my mobo so I need to order a new one because I can't be bothered to fix it. Worse comes to worse I'll use this as an excuse to upgrade from a 3570k to a 3770k thumb.gif

Little update on this, chip ended up giving me post code 00 so I had to order a new chip and mobo. Went with the 3570k again and glad I did. As soon as took it out of the box I put my blade to it and the IHS popped right off. Still waiting on the mobo so I'm trying to get a friend to let me test it in his rig mainly because I'm so excited to see the temp differences. Huge thanks to everyone on this thread for all the motivation that drove me to do it. biggrin.gif

That is great to hear Bigm! I guess that means you won't have any before temps to compare with to know how much of an improvment you made, but as long as it works and has good low temps it is a success! Let us know how it goes.
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@ VonDutch: I won't say for certain, because my experience is quite limited w/ Ivy, but that's exactly what happened to my 3750k before it started ctd'ing and later, bsod'ing. It jumped from 1.35 to 1.40 to boot at 4.4, then 1.43 Vcore all in the course of 48 hours. 0X50e error codes. Even at stock, it's doing the same. A dying IMC I'm pretty certain, being that my memtest runs (2x) and Prime 95 came out fine on my sons comp w/ the Sammie ELV "miracle" mem installed.
Oh well, the new chip will be here tomorrow biggrin.gif
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Man, that must make VonDutch feel great! I sure hope it is not ture of your chip VonDutch!

whaha biggrin.gif

it was just something i noticed with the 5.2ghz oc's today,
prolly could have booted with lower vcore,
who knows why it didnt boot at 1.610V vcore,
and it did boot weeks ago with 1.575V

i will keep a eye on it, but im still running the same vcore, and offset then before,
with 4.6-4.7ghz, shouldnt all oc's need more vcore if theres degradation?
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Still looks great to me PuffinMyLye! Can you use a voltmeter on your system to verify your vcore is correct? I have heard that some ASRocks MBs do read vcore too low. Would be nice to know if your vcore readings are correct or not.

Can one be gotten for cheap?
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@ VonDutch: I won't say for certain, because my experience is quite limited w/ Ivy, but that's exactly what happened to my 3750k before it started ctd'ing and later, bsod'ing. It jumped from 1.35 to 1.40 to boot at 4.4, then 1.43 Vcore all in the course of 48 hours. 0X50e error codes. Even at stock, it's doing the same. A dying IMC I'm pretty certain, being that my memtest runs (2x) and Prime 95 came out fine on my sons comp w/ the Sammie ELV "miracle" mem installed.
Oh well, the new chip will be here tomorrow biggrin.gif
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Man, that must make VonDutch feel great! I sure hope it is not ture of your chip VonDutch!

whaha biggrin.gif

it was just something i noticed with the 5.2ghz oc's today,
prolly could have booted with lower vcore,
who knows why it didnt boot at 1.610V vcore,
and it did boot weeks ago with 1.575V

i will keep a eye on it, but im still running the same vcore, and offset then before,
with 4.6-4.7ghz, shouldnt all oc's need more vcore if theres degradation?

I'd think it would effect more than just one OC. But if it were to start at just one OC, I'd think it would be the top one. biggrin.gif But I really think your chip is OK and its just a settings or ambient temp issue. smile.gif



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Still looks great to me PuffinMyLye! Can you use a voltmeter on your system to verify your vcore is correct? I have heard that some ASRocks MBs do read vcore too low. Would be nice to know if your vcore readings are correct or not.

Can one be gotten for cheap?

Yep. ~$30 or so. See quick google search link below:

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&gs_rn=1&gs_ri=hp&pq=voltmeter&cp=12&gs_id=12&xhr=t&q=voltmeter+price&pf=p&tbo=d&sclient=psy-ab&oq=voltmeter+pr&gs_l=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.1355534169,d.b2I&fp=c341db92e3d4d65d&bpcl=40096503&biw=1536&bih=760
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What's the cheapest IB CPU I could buy to try and practice delidding on? i.e. the lowest-end model that has the same IHS/die layout as a 3770k. Sorry if that's a stupid question, but I would be very embarrassed if I killed an i7 knowing I could've practiced first whistle.gif

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What's the cheapest IB CPU I could buy to try and practice delidding on? i.e. the lowest-end model that has the same IHS/die layout as a 3770k. Sorry if that's a stupid question, but I would be very embarrassed if I killed an i7 knowing I could've practiced first whistle.gif

practice on some old pentiums, they are very cheap, i bought 10 pentiums for 10 euro
we have a list somewhere ..wait....

IHS Not Soldered To Die

Hyperthreading/Single Cores

-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Northwood "A" and "B" Core)*
-(S-478) Celeron
-(S-775) Celeron
-Celeron 420
-Celeron 430
-Celeron 440
-AMD Athlon 64 3200+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3700+*
-AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Venice core)

Dual Cores

-AMD X2 5000+ BE (Brisbane core)
-Celeron Dual Core E1200
-Celeron Dual Core E1400
-Pentium Dual Core E2140
-Pentium Dual Core E2160
-Pentium Dual Core E2180
-Pentium Dual Core E2200
-Pentium Dual Core E2210
-Pentium Dual Core E2220
-Pentium Dual Core E6300
-Core 2 Duo E4300
-Core 2 Duo E4400
-Core 2 Duo E4500
-Core 2 Duo E4600
-Core 2 Duo E6300 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E6400 (L2 stepping)*
-Core 2 Duo E7200
-Core 2 Duo E7300
-Core 2 Duo E7400
-Core 2 Duo E7500
-Core 2 Duo E7600


IHS Soldered To Die

Hyperthreading/Single Cores

-(S-775) Pentium 4 HT
-(S-775) Celeron D*
-(S-478) Celeron D*
-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Prescott Core)
-(S-478) Pentium 4 HT (Northwood "C" Core)*

Dual Cores

-(S-775) Pentium 4 Extreme Edition
-(S-775) Pentium D
-Pentium Dual Core E5200*
-Pentium Dual Core E5300*
-Pentium Dual Core E5400*
-Core 2 Duo E4700*
-Core 2 Duo E6300 (B2 stepping)
-Core 2 Duo E6320
-Core 2 Duo E6400 (B2 stepping)
-Core 2 Duo E6420
-Core 2 Duo E6540
-Core 2 Duo E6550
-Core 2 Duo E6600
-Core 2 Duo E6700
-Core 2 Duo E6750
-Core 2 Duo E6850
-Core 2 Duo Extreme X6800
-Core 2 Duo E8190
-Core 2 Duo E8200
-Core 2 Duo E8300
-Core 2 Duo E8400
-Core 2 Duo E8500
-Core 2 Duo E8600
-Xeon 3040 (L2 stepping)*
-Xeon 3040 (B2 stepping)
-Xeon 3050 (L2 stepping)*
-Xeon 3040 (B2 stepping)
-Xeon 3060
-Xeon 3070
-Xeon L3110
-Xeon E3110
-Xeon E3120
-Xeon E5502
-AMD Athlon X2 6000+

Tri Cores

-AMD Phenom X3*


Quad Cores

-Core 2 Quad Q6600
-Core 2 Quad Q6700
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX6700
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX6800
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX6850
-Core 2 Quad Q8200
-Core 2 Quad Q8300
-Core 2 Quad Q8400
-Core 2 Quad Q8400S
-Core 2 Quad Q9300
-Core 2 Quad Q9400
-Core 2 Quad Q9400S
-Core 2 Quad Q9450
-Core 2 Quad Q9550
-Core 2 Quad Q9550S
-Core 2 Quad Q9650
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9650
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770
-Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9775
-Xeon X3210
-Xeon X3220
-Xeon X3230
-Xeon X3320
-Xeon X3350
-Xeon X3360
-Xeon L3360
-Xeon X3370
-Core i5 750
-Core i7 860
-Core i7 870
-Core i7 920
-Core i7 940
-Core i7 950
-Core i7 Extreme Edition 965
-Core i7 Extreme Edition 975
-AMD Phenom X4*


i think its not important if they are soldered or not,
its about getting the feel on how to delid,
and what happens if you start cutting the adhesive, force to use etc smile.gif

proud dad,
heres my 15year old son doing a corner of a old pentium we bought to practice on,this one was hard to delid he said, harder then the other one..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/2/13 at 12:47pm
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Practice on a pentium 4 478 socket...then go with your IB cpu of choice.
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That's what I though, how can I make the edges better? Like sanding or what? Preferably something that is used on a dremel. tongue.gif
Use a torch, and lightly feather the edges with heat. If you don't have a torch, you may might try a heat gun or hair dryer on high too. Test on scrap first, get your technique/ timing..
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Razer BlackWidow Cougar powerx 700 Custom Test Bench (in progress) Gigabyte Gaming Mouse 
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
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OSMonitorPowerCase
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Dynex 24" 1920x1080p TV XFX PRO 550w Fractal Design Arc Midi 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Athlon ii x3 440 msi 785gm-p45 EVGA GTX 260 G-skill ripjaws 2x4gb ddr1600 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
corsair f120 Western Digital 2tb green Seagate 2tb green lg drd rw 
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