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So, i just delided my 3570k, but there is a problem. On idle, it is 5c hotter, and the cores are a more scattered, but in load its 12c colder.is this normal? I use an h100i with arctic silver 5
post #2 of 16
When i delided my 3770k the idle temps were the same as before but the load temps were like 25c less then before so yea its normal.
post #3 of 16
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Would it make a difference how much thermal paste I used? I saw one video put a lot, so i did. But on OCN delided official he said put a thin layer
post #4 of 16
Yeah lowest core on idle is 25 and hottest is 30. Same after deliding. Load temps went down by 18. Load temps are what mainly matters you're fine.

I would put on a very thin layer. I put too much on and need to redo it. What did you use.
post #5 of 16
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So, i just delided my 3570k, but there is a problem. On idle, it is 5c hotter, and the cores are a more scattered, but in load its 12c colder.is this normal? I use an h100i with arctic silver 5

Less is more! I learned the hard way after reseating my IHS and cooler close to 10 times trying to get all the cores to read the same. From what I understand about the way the thermal sensors work on the chips...Anything under 50C is unreliable and should just be read as some number under 50C because the sensors are designed to be most accurate at 105 when it is important to be accurate.

Less is more, any overage will clump up around the sides and end up retaining heat instead of transferring it.

Core0 still reads 10C less than Core1 at load rolleyes.gif
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post #6 of 16
Are you using ac5 on the die because it will just disintegrate after about a week or two i suggest you get some CLU. I learned this after using NT-H1 on the die.
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Are you using ac5 on the die because it will just disintegrate after about a week or two i suggest you get some CLU. I learned this after using NT-H1 on the die.

Hmmmm, gotta call you out on that one. Either you had a bad batch of noctua, or poor application. With that being said, you won't see anywhere near the temp drop if you don't use CLP/CLU.
post #8 of 16
Luke are you ignorant or just talking out of your ass?
post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by bartledoo View Post

So, i just delided my 3570k, but there is a problem. On idle, it is 5c hotter, and the cores are a more scattered, but in load its 12c colder.is this normal? I use an h100i with arctic silver 5

I wouldn't really worry about your idle temps. As long as the load temps are cooler you should be fine thumb.gif
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Would it make a difference how much thermal paste I used? I saw one video put a lot, so i did. But on OCN delided official he said put a thin layer

If you are using a thermal paste (not clue) like AS5 then you should put a really thin "half of a grain of rice". It may look like too little, but don't psyche yourself out and put more. Remember, less is always better. I had AS5 on my die for about 3 weeks (or something like that) and it worked great. I think I got about a 15c drop in temps, but nothing compares to CLU. 30c is no joke!!

Also, did you remember to take all of that black glue off the pcb? If you didn't I would just take a knife and sharpen a credit card and scrape it all off. The mark from the glue won't go away, but the whole pcb should be perfectly flat.
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Yeah, k i'll get some, thanks for the replies guys!
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