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I've been thinking about delidding but I get nervous about the static electricity messing my chip. Will it be safe to use medical latex gloves while delidding?

I think Hokies and Valgaur did that...I'd get one of those anti static wrist bands or try that method...Static can really wreck your chip.
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yes, WHEA is strictly related to vcore being too low for the stress at given moment. however there is one more variable to that - BIOS. I see that all newer ASUS MVE BIOSes are slightly less stable or "variable" between warm restarts. it may be (and probably is) that BIOS adjusts some automatic settings in a slightly different way during warm restart then it does during cold start, namely I am talking about "Skews" related to BCLK and CPU vcore. I believe adjusting those manually makes the floating stable vcore more stable ... or one could just up it a bit (2 notches is usually enough) to compensate for fluctuations and leave those settings on auto.

One thing to know if degradation occurred in real, is to shutdown the comp, cu the power let it discharge or even let components cool down a bit, then boot it up to lowest recorded OC config from past (I hope you all have notes with your OC configs and settings written down that made it stable under e.g. Cinebench) and compare at exactly same manner as recorded (that also implies using the same BIOS revision). degradation usually occurs at base voltage, which means across all OC speeds always calling for more vcore than in past.

yea, i was afraid of degradation too, a few weeks ago, thought i needed more vcore for high oc's,
but was just because of some other changes, all other lower oc's still run the same,
even the 4.8ghz i run now, needs ecaxtly the same vcore as a few months ago,
when i was looking for the stable vcore back then 1.420V ..np..

i only make notes of the vcoes i need, or offset's i use, but lazy i know,
but most settings are the same anyways, i know them in my mind,
thats what you get if you have to repeat them all the time,
can do a oc in 1 or 2 min from scratch biggrin.gif
good tips tho, thanks feniks, rep you smile.gif
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I've been thinking about delidding but I get nervous about the static electricity messing my chip. Will it be safe to use medical latex gloves while delidding?

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'd get one of those anti static wrist bands or try that method...Static can really wreck your chip.

this thumb.gif thats the official way ive learned smile.gif
but the gloves work too, and a rubber matt under your work area helps too

were here to help, so if you have any other questions about your delid, pls ask,
better be safe then sorry right smile.gif
start with our page 1, clcik all the spoilers there, theres alot of good info..
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Sorry.. frown.gif

Yes, I had no intentions of returning a dead chip to Intel. I meant just contacting Corsair about it with the $150 cashback or whatever.

Gotcha just wanted to be clear is all lol.
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Valgar: thanks.. will keep you posted..


What board is the new chip (Haswell) going to be running on? will it fit the 1155 socket?

Yeah its not not55 but the 1150 socket. Keeping original I guess huh Intel?
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I've been thinking about delidding but I get nervous about the static electricity messing my chip. Will it be safe to use medical latex gloves while delidding?

Yup I used latex gloves. Much better protection than anti static stuff because it can still disscharge back into your body. But with rubber there it goes no where. I grounded myself about every 5 minutes as well.
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wrong post.....blieb tongue.gif
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You're naming a few ideas that people regularly have...yet they don't work. It's simple, a mini freezer is mostly based around a peltier, and is designed to cool stuff that doesn't actively emit heat, like a steak. thumb.gif

...thanks thumb.gif ...that's exactly the process I am following right now...trying not to reinvent the wheel by asking others who may already have been there smile.gif By the time I build my first-ever custom water loop (which is also when I will de-lid / unlid), I really want to have focused down on a practical if perhaps unusual solution...I have seen some unusual solutions work before with others...however, I realize that when it gets to heat exchange(r)s, there is no free lunch / 'perpetuum mobile'.

I am just wondering what is around my immediate electro-mechanical environment that cools stuff for a living I could piggy-back a bit on...may be drill into the wall of the high-rise and wrap around the cold-water pipes that always flow a lot in a 35 story-building biggrin.gif (ahh, may be not).

But seriously, the Thermaltake 2 extreme has been quite effective...looking at my temps during stress testing in a related post above...I'm more interested in a system-wide solution that also cools the SLI GPUs. Once I got this system the way I want it, there will be another build late this year with two 8-core Xeons which by then may be 22 nm...by that time and on those e units, I want to be done with experimenting.

One final quick question re heat: Re some of the other systems that are also running here but don't get as much of a work-out, is it better to boot down completely (i.e. for a day), or put it in ''sleep mode', or leave the system idling (SpeedStep enabled)...what do you guys do with your secondary systems?...I'm wondering about durability re repeated cold-to-hot cycles. Thanks smile.gif
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just read this in a post somewhere,

"Yes I saw the 2500K sale they had a month or so ago for $99.99 (IN STORE ONLY) and hated that the closest MicroCenter is like 4 hours from me."

talk about a cheap, and very good chip to build my second pc with ...wow
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Hokies83 that case is simply Brutal, post some pics of the progress if possible biggrin.gif
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Hokies83 that case is simply Brutal, post some pics of the progress if possible biggrin.gif

Yeah, his build will be E P I C . lol
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...thanks thumb.gif ...that's exactly the process I am following right now...trying not to reinvent the wheel by asking others who may already have been there smile.gif By the time I build my first-ever custom water loop (which is also when I will de-lid / unlid), I really want to have focused down on a practical if perhaps unusual solution...I have seen some unusual solutions work before with others...however, I realize that when it gets to heat exchange(r)s, there is no free lunch / 'perpetuum mobile'.

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One final quick question re heat: Re some of the other systems that are also running here but don't get as much of a work-out, is it better to boot down completely (i.e. for a day), or put it in ''sleep mode', or leave the system idling (SpeedStep enabled)...what do you guys do with your secondary systems?...I'm wondering about durability re repeated cold-to-hot cycles. Thanks smile.gif

I do turn off my system when i not gonna used for like 5 or 8 hours.. but is like 2 or 3 hours, i tend to log off for the trim work on my ssd. wink.gif But most of the time, i put the pc to sleep..... here in Brazil the electric bill is not cheap like in the US.
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wow feels so good to have a real case again cosmos 2 was an over priced piece of garbage,,,





    
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