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here's my minidump files for my bsod's 4.6ghz and up. anyone notice any patterns?
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here's my minidump files for my bsod's 4.6ghz and up. anyone notice any patterns?

It looks to me like your vcore is too low. Try raising it
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System Service Exception BSOD. 0x3B
driver related, prolly graphic card..you have a few of them too,
System Service Exception in general,
It appears that each occasion of System Service Exception is caused by something different, depending on the codes relayed.
this was a answer in the microsoft forum,
This is usually a Video Driver issue though it could also be bad memory or even antivirus/antispyware/security
programs. Have you updated your video driver or other major driver about the time this started. Be sure to
look in Windows Updates to see if any drivers were updated there. Have you installed, changed, or uninstalled
any antivirus/antispyware/security programs?"

whea is almost always vcore..

windows,
it shows very good you have problems,
but you have to find the solutions yourselfs ..lol

i like this new toy i found few days ago in windows,
its very easy to see what changed, or what happened on your computer day by day

reliability monitor, check it, just type reliability in start and search box..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/9/13 at 12:50pm
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OCN name: Mystiksinner
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Pro
ihs-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Pro
Mhz gained: 0
OC after delid: 4.8 GHz
Temp drops: -14c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2646702



I don't have screenies from before I delidded but this is delidded with pk3 on die and lid



And this is the Coollaboratory Liquid Pro on die and lid



Thats an average drop of 7.5c from the pk3 to the liquid pro. and I dropped 7c when I delidded and went from stock paste to pk3. Thats almost a 14c drop. Looks like intel got really lazy (or cheap) with ivy bridge.

I had a thought. I don't have the stones to do this myself but someone out there might. What if you were to solder the lid to the die. You could try the reverse of the frying pan method that has been used to delid soldered cpu's. Put the lid upside down in a very hot frying pan with some solder on the inside of the lid. Once it starts to melt, place the cpu in the lid. Give it some time for the die to get hot enough to accept the solder, then let it cool. I would be curious to see what the results are.
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dont you hate that,
new members coming here to ask about their new ivy,
they just spend alot of money to buy a K version,
in their mind thinking, i have a K version, so i can overclock it,
i thought the same back then, then they oc it, and get stuck on 4.4-4.5ghz because of temps...grmbl..

its just strange, picture you buy a car, a sportscar,. you know its fast ,
so you take it out for a spin, and the thing runs hot after a few miles driving 150mls/ph,
what would you do?..right , you go back to the garage, and tell them something is wrong..

man, if i wouldnt have delidded mine, i still would be stuck at 4.4..4.5ghz at most because of the to high temps,
105C within seconds at 4.5ghz running prime .. if i take the above example, we should have just send it back to intel,
asking for a better, cooler running sportscar...or let them do something about it, like the garage would have, they must help you with the problem,
its a new car after all...

grmbl, just a bit pizzed i guess ..sorry......

really, i hope intel learned from this mistake, thats what it is, and do something about it when they drop
Haswell on to the market, if not ...well.. im gonna warn people NOT to buy Haswell..

ok, im done ..lol ..

is it me, or do the lately ivy's even run worse then the first batches, vcore and tempwise


Well, if Haswell is the same, then I'll still get one and delid it! thumb.gif I actually like delidding and that IB needed to be delidded. smile.gif

And I happen to think Haswell will be the same and have the same temp issues....
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I wouldn't get a lesser performing chip after a 3770k...even if it has a glued ihs again.
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Can you still use pushpin coolers after you delid the cpu and remove the retention bracket?
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Can you still use pushpin coolers after you delid the cpu and remove the retention bracket?

Yes, you should still be able to align the holes on those pins. I would recommend washers a lot though. Push pin HSFs put a constant pressure no matter because you can't loosen the screws or anything so this will increase your chance of breaking the die. I also recommend fan grommets for the washers, they are soft and won't damage the mobo and they work equally as good. Just make sure you get a slightly "taller" one to account for the squishyness!
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How would we go about running direct die?
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