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What happened swag?
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What happened swag?

A nasty muffin hurt his whole rig (PSU blew)
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What happened swag?

A nasty muffin hurt his whole rig (PSU blew)

Yup, it was awful but Corsair will be replacing the PSU. I hope they throw in some extra stuff for this inconvenience!

Although this time without a PC gives me time to play my guitar. tongue.gif
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Alright so I have another question. I know a lot of people are doubtful of delidding and don't do it for the sake of ruining their brand new chip. Me and my coworker are considering on opening our own little shop of delidded chips. So you would just buy a chip from us that comes delidded and lapped if requested. We could even throw in the CLP or CLU for a little extra. I think this would take the worry out of ruining CPUs, what do you guys think? Do you think there would be enough people who would be interested in that sort of option? The chips would obviously be tested and backed by us since we have experience in delidding. I just don't want to buy a bunch of chips and have no one buy them frown.gif

Only issue I can see with the idea is that most buy the ivy bridge cpu, see how the temps are, & then look at delidding (when they have already bought a cpu).
There are some of the guys who research more & read up on delidding before they actually get a cpu, they would be the target consumers, but not sure how many that may be.
If you do come across golden chips in the binning procedure, benchers would snap those up, chips that can get to desktop & manage some light load (such as superpi32m, just loading single core) at like 5ghz under 1.3V on air, I want one (keep the lid on those ones thumb.gif)
    
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Yup, it was awful but Corsair will be replacing the PSU. I hope they throw in some extra stuff for this inconvenience!

Although this time without a PC gives me time to play my guitar. tongue.gif

Hahaha! Same here, I sing a lot more and play guitar and use my psp more nowadays.
I got really good at singing over Jeff Scott Soto, I was more of a Ronnie James Dio clone before. thumb.gif
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Yup, it was awful but Corsair will be replacing the PSU. I hope they throw in some extra stuff for this inconvenience!

Although this time without a PC gives me time to play my guitar. tongue.gif

Hahaha! Same here, I sing a lot more and play guitar and use my psp more nowadays.
I got really good at singing over Jeff Scott Soto, I was more of a Ronnie James Dio clone before. thumb.gif

I can't sing. frown.gif I suck at it even at karaoke! Although, I love my guitars, they sound so much better after aging. The warm melody! My favorite song to play would probably be Johnny B. Goode. Love that song and the opening is amazing.
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To FtW 420 , Von Dutch and others per earlier posts

...just did a still 'un-delidded' run at 5210.13 MHz at ""only"" 1.464v biggrin.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2657034 (actually had an earlier run with lower 'v', but then I got so excited I spilled my coffee on the keyboard by accident mad.gif - which is why I keep several 'el cheapo' Certified Data keyboards handy, and also my machines well away from 'spill radius').

In any case, I am now at my 'personal max limit' of vCore for record runs (1.45v to 1.475v)...temps are not so much a concern as too much 'juice v' damaging / degrading the chip (per yesterday's posts, it's a Costa Rica 3229C series)

Question 1

Will delidding or IHS-free unlidding also lower my v-requirements at any given speed ?

Question 2

a.) The general consensus seems to be that as a TIM for the 'inside', I should use Coll.Liquid Pro or Ultra. Which one of those two, especially with an eye on longer-term coherence of the inside TIM ?

b.)
Does Coll.Liquid TIM affect the (Edit) surface on the die itself ? How about when also using it on the outside re a pure copper water block of my Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme ? As we all know, copper tends to easily be affected by variosu acids and also when in contact with other metals

c.) To FtW 420: As we live in the same metro area, where can I buy Coll. Liquid Pro / Ultra in town ? ...or just Mail-order ? (I checked their website, and there was nothing for Canada)

Question 3

While the Thermaltake close-loop system has exceeded my expectations, I am also interested to water-cool my SLI GPUs (after giving them so Coll.Liquid paste as well), and thus working on playing out the custom-loop approach. As a pump, I will use Swiftech's MPC655, but what is the best, most reliable water bloc for I7 3770k in your experience ?

Thanks in advance for the tips and feedback smile.gif
Edited by Joa3d43 - 1/17/13 at 5:43pm
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To FtW 420 , Von Dutch and others per earlier posts

...just did a still 'un-delidded' run at 5210.13 MHz at ""only"" 1.464v biggrin.gif http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2657034 (actually had an earlier run with lower 'v', but then I got so excited I spilled my coffee on the keyboard by accident mad.gif - which is why I keep several 'el cheapo' Certified Data keyboards handy, and also my machines well away from 'spill radius').

In any case, I am now at my 'personal max limit' of vCore for record runs (1.45v to 1.475v)...temps are not so much a concern as too much 'juice v' damaging / degrading the chip (per yesterday's posts, it's a Costa Rica 3229C series)

Question 1

Will delidding or IHS-free unlidding also lower my v-requirements at any given speed ?

Question 2

a.) The general consensus seems to be that as a TIM for the 'inside', I should use Coll.Liquid Pro or Ultra. Which one of those two, especially with an eye on longer-term coherence of the inside TIM ?

b.)
Does Coll.Liquid TIM affect the metal on the die itself ? How about when also using it on the outside re a pure copper water block of my Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme ? As we all know, copper tends to easily be affected by variosu acids and also when in contact with other metals

c.) To FtW 420: As we live in the same metro area, where can I buy Coll. Liquid Pro / Ultra in town ? ...or just Mail-order ? (I checked their website, and there was nothing for Canada)

Question 3

While the Thermaltake close-loop system has exceeded my expectations, I am also interested to water-cool my SLI GPUs (after giving them so Coll.Liquid paste as well), and thus working on playing out the custom-loop approach. As a pump, I will use Swiftech's MPC655, but what is the best, most reliable water bloc for I7 3770k in your experience ?

Thanks in advance for the tips and feedback smile.gif

Delidding shouldn't make a difference to the required vcore, it is more of a temp fix. For lower voltage at a given clock it pretty much takes subzero cooling.
Waiting for tweek to test both ultra & pro to compare, pro does look like the better choice for on the die. The die itself is basically glass, looks silvery but it isn't metal. I had to order the ultra from a US etailer (frozencpu), the customs guys had their way with it though & squeezed out at least half the tube... I emailed coollabs about a Canadian distributor & they are working on it, but isn't there yet. If they at least sealed up the blister pack it would get through customs without the rape, the gelid tubes I got at the same time had all the corners pried open a bit but they didn't open them right up.
Personally I haven't even used an actual 1155 waterblock yet, had an h50 & h100 on ivy, for custom loop I briefly used a 1366 koolance block. I haven't pushed a cpu on water though, not much point for me when I have better coolers to play with.
    
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FtW 420 wrote....Delidding shouldn't make a difference to the required vcore...

Thanks for the info thumb.gif I keep on hearing horror stories about the custom guys also mad.gif . I will wait to see what 'Tweek's' Coll.Liquids comparison will bring thumb.gif
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OK guys I need a new over clocking board for my new 3770k. For some reason my Asus 08p67 pro sucks at overclocking and needs a shed load more volts than what I know the chip needs.
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