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Thank you for the feedback thumb.gif ...if there is no appreciable difference between 'de-lid and un-lid' re temps, but the extra benefit of keeping the IHS as a protective shield, then de-lid sounds like the better option

1-3C, besides exceptions , is what i see..but not even that sometimes, the ihs is copper made, the w/mk is about 380-400w/mk,
so the heatransfer is very big anyways, same goes for the blocks of course smile.gif you have to use a tim also, most tim's are somewhere between 2 and 10w/mk,
like this,

LM Pro = 82w/mK (according to a HWBOT 2008 TIM roundup)
LM Ultra = 38w/mK (coollaboratory info/helpdesk)
IX = 20w/mK (IX literature)
PK-1 = 10.2w/m (frozencpu)
everything else is less



the bigger the heat transfer area, the less important it gets what the w/mk is for a tim,
thats why a high w/mk tim works that good on a smaller area, like the die smile.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 1/16/13 at 12:39am
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Don't you hate paying a premium for something better but it ends up being worse? frown.gif
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Don't you hate paying a premium for something better but it ends up being worse? frown.gif

just unlucky swag, could have happened with any psu/mobo/cpu etc...
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That's my only concern to delid. If something else goes wrong, they'll think that that was me, and not the item going wrong...can't believe it was psu!
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...here is an updated pic (before all but the 4.8 CPUz were hyper-threaded); below on the left is hyper-threaded, on the right is not...I know I can voltages down just a bit more at that speed

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Don't you hate paying a premium for something better but it ends up being worse? frown.gif

just unlucky swag, could have happened with any psu/mobo/cpu etc...

Except it had to be mine. frown.gif I'll be trying to contact Asus, Intel, and Corsair!
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cant sleep yet ....

this,

Traditionally if you overclocked your Intel CPU you voided its warranty. But with Intel increasingly selling CPUs and chipsets with unlocked clock speed and memory bus speed settings, the company has followed in the line of some high end graphics card makers (and a handful of gaming systems builders), who have guaranteed warranties on overclocked devices.

Intel will offer warranties on the Core i5 2500K for a one-time purchase of $20 USD, on the Core i7 2600K or 2700K for $25 USD, and on the Core i7 3930K or 3960X for $35 USD. In exchange if customers damage their CPU by overclocking it, they will get a one time replacement.

also, found a very nice read about ocing with gigabyte mobo's,
maybe helpfull for some smile.gif
http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/upload/files/Gigabyte%20Sandy%20Bridge%20Overclocking%20Guide.pdf
i know, its with a sandy bridge, but still , the even mention the internal cpu pll overvoltage...lol with higher oc's,
but with fixed vcore, guess it works the same with offset..

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That's my only concern to delid. If something else goes wrong, they'll think that that was me, and not the item going wrong...can't believe it was psu!


yea, but we/you already did that when you started ocing ...lol
guess for some company"s you could have a hard time to "proof" it was their faulty hardware that did it..
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Except it had to be mine. frown.gif I'll be trying to contact Asus, Intel, and Corsair!

good idea, hope it works out for you swag ..really..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/16/13 at 1:12am
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...here is an updated pic (before all but the 4.8 CPUz were hyper-threaded); below on the left is hyper-threaded, on the right is not...I know I can voltages down just a bit more at that speed


i didnt notice a big difference between HT on or off , tempwise, i tried it yesterday, about 2-3C max,
you show all cpu-z validations all the time,
did you try run programs for longer time, and stability too?
prime/ibt and such

for benching it wasnt hard for me to get validations see, my 5.4ghz was one of them, "easy" to get, takes 1-2 min to validate..
my 4.8ghz i run now needs about 1.410V vcore to make it run 24H prime stable,
but i bet i can run it alot lower if it was for validation only smile.gif
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...LM Pro = 82w/mK (according to a HWBOT 2008 TIM roundup)
LM Ultra = 38w/mK (coollaboratory info/helpdesk)
IX = 20w/mK (IX literature)
PK-1 = 10.2w/m (frozencpu)
everything else is less...

Thanks ! smile.gif On a slightly different trajectory, I like to ask another question:

When I am building up the custom-loop later in the spring, I have been thinking to incorporate a SMALL Peltier / Seebeck effect cooler INSIDE the reservoir (or along the radiator) which in turn is mounted outside the case, along with the radiator, and running it with automotive anti-freeze. I don't actually want to freeze the system, but adjust the Peltier unit so that it drops the cooling medium to may be 5 C + or so ("Peltier 'light' ?!)

Assuming that is even possible / feasible, the resulting setup would still be below ambient and thus could generate some condensation along the pipes / hoses / metal fittings / elbows...are there some special insulation sleeves that can deal with that ?
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Thanks ! smile.gif On a slightly different trajectory, I like to ask another question:

When I am building up the custom-loop later in the spring, I have been thinking to incorporate a SMALL Peltier / Seebeck effect cooler INSIDE the reservoir (or along the radiator) which in turn is mounted outside the case, along with the radiator, and running it with automotive anti-freeze. I don't actually want to freeze the system, but adjust the Peltier unit so that it drops the cooling medium to may be 5 C + or so ("Peltier 'light' ?!)

Assuming that is even possible / feasible, the resulting setup would still be below ambient and thus could generate some condensation along the pipes / hoses / metal fittings / elbows...are there some special insulation sleeves that can deal with that ?

lol, thats a crazy plan you have ..me likes ..lol
but cant help you there, i have no experience with those things(yet)
FtW420 is the specialist around here for those things.. smile.gif
but maybe one of the others know too..
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