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Woohooo Finally got my chip stable after delidding the raskle.. Yes a nerve racking time of marking the pcb in several places due to too much flex in a shaving razor (old style square ones). rubbed some MX-4 in to make the showing copper non conductive.. and it works .. counting my stars at the mo..
The odd thing though was the temps droped but i had to up my voltage from 1.31 - to 1.33 v odd but i have it running stable now.
Here are my results, My previous results before de-lidding, raystorm water cooling, using XSPC K-2
once delidded i used MX-4 on the die and on the block applied very thinly via the razor blade.
73c,79c,73,70c.. Prime95 40 mins.. running at 4.7Mhz.. (before de-lidding) This is @1.31 V
After de-lidding with Auto temps 30 mins prime

After de- lidding with 1.33v

going to try and get the volts down even further..
Also awaiting Liquid Ultra to arrive .. will post temps once applied and tested.

If your doing a custom loop then these temps are way to high. I barely broke 80C when I ran 1.4vcore at 4.8 Ghz. Try dropping your PLL and messing with your load line calibration %s
post #852 of 33675
Ok speaking of the devil the Liquid ultra just arrived ..
just added liquid ultra under IHS and on top of IHS.. like before it seems to require more voltage for a "stable" still hasn't completed 30 mins of prime.. but @ 1.33v it was giving BSOD.. hoping this new setting will help..
Had a scare though.. after applying the new LU it would not start.. lol today is testing my nerves.. resetted the cpu and ihs and all seems ok.. well would not boot up at all and reset its self to stock.. then i find its because it is drawing more voltage..

Is it normal for more voltage to required the cooler it runs?

not hat much of a techy ..

temps are looking good.. not complete yet but looking in the upper 50's

will post again in 30 mins once complete.

looks to be 20+ C gain soo far

back soon
post #853 of 33675
AArrggh prime cpuz keep crashing.. not BSOD but applications crashing..

Any inkling why peeps?

already added .02 to the voltage..

why is it eating the voltage with Liquid Ultra..

just reloaded optimal settings in Bios to see if prime will work correctly..
post #854 of 33675
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AArrggh prime cpuz keep crashing.. not BSOD but applications crashing..
Any inkling why peeps?
already added .02 to the voltage..
why is it eating the voltage with Liquid Ultra..
just reloaded optimal settings in Bios to see if prime will work correctly..

Its not the Liquid Ultra causing it,
you had it also before using it,
makes me wonder if it has something to do with you scratching the pcb,
and you used something to fill the scratch(es)?
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try running it at all stock clocks with only memory running rated speed and voltage (and timings). your overclock might have rendered unstable over time, but stock speeds should be perfectly stable ... and if they aren't then the CPU is damaged.

20C improvement in under load temps looks about right though.
also lower operating temperature should actually call for slightly lower voltage (than high temperature potentially causing electron migration stuff and so). either CPU slightly degraded or it's damaged from the scratches...
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ok think i am getting to the bottom of it..

some how Bios changed..

reset to stock then booted prime all good temp below 45c..

just applied all overclock setting again and running prime to see if its stable again.. currently running @ 1.32v.. been 20 min's so far(first test completed) and peaking at 58C..

hopefully all is good.

I think the chip is fine.. as it wouldn't with stand prime on stock for 30 mins..

Time will tell.

up date shortly
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to compare with smile.gif

4.7ghz, 30 min prime blend

core temps: 57-63-61-60C

dont have any that many test with 4.7ghz yet ..lol
most are 4.8 and more..
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Hell yeah all good on the western front.. little buggers come back into line..

Right after doing complete reset on all settings in BIOS i have managed to re-set all setting and successfully run Prime for 30 mins @1.32v All good.. no error and stable.

*few* .. Think i gained a good 10yrs.. heart is now reduced to a normal human pace and life is starting to seem like 5ghz is on the horizon..*few*

thank god this is back to normal..



Thanks for all the help peoples. Much appreciated through this roller-coaster of a ride!!

Only do this if you have the nerves.. Plus if using a razor that flex's be super careful!!!!!!! be warned!!!!
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TIme to clock higher..

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to compare with smile.gif
4.7ghz, 30 min prime blend

core temps: 57-63-61-60C
dont have any that many test with 4.7ghz yet ..lol
most are 4.8 and more..


Is this with Liquid Ultimate or Pro on IHS Die and block
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