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post #11 of 63
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Don't delid your chip, it will obviously void your warranty and, if done wrong will kill it. I would suggest to completely remove the heatstrink and chip, clean the chip, reapply decent thermal paste and try again. If that still doesn't work, contact intel or just settle for a lower OC.

Truth, doing that you will say bye bye to warranty. I did it, don't regret doing it and i'm happy with the results.. if you wanna do it, check that link i gave you and read all to make sure you really do it the right way....That thread is one of the most helpful thread in here right now.
post #12 of 63
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Dude, you have a sandy chip, they are welded the ivy chips have tim.
This isn't a generic IB problem though, it's obviously something wrong with this specific chip.
post #13 of 63
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This isn't a generic IB problem though, it's obviously something wrong with this specific chip.

yes it is....All IVY's have Tim on the die instead weld. So all run hotter than sandy.
post #14 of 63
Just having IB doesn't mean that ridiculous temperatures are ALWAYS the internal TIMS fault, reseat and retest.
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yes it is....All IVY's have Tim on the die instead weld. So all run hotter than sandy.
You misunderstood my point. If this was a problem with the way IB is made then ALL IB chips would have the 17 degree difference found in OP. Do they? No, they may run hotter, but not to this extent. Therefore, it is something wrong with this exact chip.
post #16 of 63
If the cooler is not hot on the pipes it is simply a bad mount.
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Dude, you have a sandy chip, they are welded the ivy chips have tim.
This isn't a generic IB problem though, it's obviously something wrong with this specific chip.

This ^ yes in runs hotter, but it's obvious your chip is the issue, not ib as a whole . With 1.28v I fold on 4.6ghz 24/7 never exceeding 62*c. Yes they chose crappy Tim, but in this case Rma and move on
     
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This ^ yes in runs hotter, but it's obvious your chip is the issue, not ib as a whole . With 1.28v I fold on 4.6ghz 24/7 never exceeding 62*c. Yes they chose crappy Tim, but in this case Rma and move on
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If the cooler is not hot on the pipes it is simply a bad mount.

You 2 have really nice chips. biggrin.gif
post #19 of 63
Anything over 1.2-1.25 volts with Ivy and the temps make a HUGE jump.
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Anything over 1.2-1.25 volts with Ivy and the temps make a HUGE jump.

even up to 1.36-1.38 for 4.8 for me and temps stay under 75-80*C, but the performance increase is not worth it for me. If i wanted 4.8+ i would delid. maybe one day thumb.gif
     
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