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thanks a lot, i searched their website and google and couldn't find it, the link is super useful!
i'm thinking maybe that's $25 well spent though i'm by no means extreme.... too bad it doesn't cover delidding haha, since i'm sure my temps would drop by a good 20C if i did it smile.gif



**RMA TRANSCRIPT FOR DELIDDERS TO READ**
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club
 
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The 1st one started rebooting after a couple weeks. No clue on whether or not it was the board or the chip. I RMA'd both.

Replacement "Costa Rica" overclocked like crap and easily hit 100C. I simply told them the temp problem and they were fine w/ RMA. They didn't ask whether or not I had it clocked/volted, so I demonstrated controlled truthfulness. biggrin.gif

Replacement, replacement was also a "Costa Rica" that clocks for poop. mad.gif

The worst part about these chips has been the pathetic heat transfer between the spreader and the die. My heatsink's pipes are cool during P95 runs when temps approach 88C. It's obvious where the problem lies. But after having my 1st chip potentially be defective, I'm now leary to rip the spreader off.
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hmm that's interesting, I've posted before that my chip can't be cooled no matter what and even in practise, if they put on stock intel cooler and try run XTU bench (their own program) they'll get throttled, no matter if this isn't "real life usage". I wonder if they'd exchange it.

On another note, I see cache being discussed. Seems Giga has a turbo so you do see it going up/down, correct? Are there any ASUS owners here who see this behaviour? All I see is Cache Multi @ x39 and that's it. Manually setting to x35 means it stays there. Auto = x39.
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I'm fairly certain I should delid. I even bought the clu ultra and have had it sitting here for a while. Still too nervous to do it... I mean at the moment I'm pleased, got a solid 4.7 ghz. When I run around 1.43 on vcore is when my temp spike to 90 C.

I think if I corrected the heat spreader I could run 5 ghz fine.
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I'm fairly certain I should delid. I even bought the clu ultra and have had it sitting here for a while. Still too nervous to do it... I mean at the moment I'm pleased, got a solid 4.7 ghz. When I run around 1.43 on vcore is when my temp spike to 90 C.

I think if I corrected the heat spreader I could run 5 ghz fine.

After reading that I can use ITP on a delidded proc... I'm considering it also. And since I went with a Ek Supremacy block I can get that bare die cooling kit. thinking.gifI can run 1.6v muawhahahahah
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I'm fairly certain I should delid. I even bought the clu ultra and have had it sitting here for a while. Still too nervous to do it... I mean at the moment I'm pleased, got a solid 4.7 ghz. When I run around 1.43 on vcore is when my temp spike to 90 C.

I think if I corrected the heat spreader I could run 5 ghz fine.
sorry what VID do you run to attain stable 4.7ghz? (and what is stable for you?)
what uncore mult and uncore voltage?
how about ram? thx
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After reading that I can use ITP on a delidded proc... I'm considering it also. And since I went with a Ek Supremacy block I can get that bare die cooling kit. thinking.gifI can run 1.6v muawhahahahah

i think the idea with delidding is that it's only really worth it if you have a good overclocker to begin with. They seemed to suggest you can get to 4.6 with about 1.2V which i think few people can.... dunno i might be totally wrong though
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i think the idea with delidding is that it's only really worth it if you have a good overclocker to begin with. They seemed to suggest you can get to 4.6 with about 1.2V which i think few people can.... dunno i might be totally wrong though

I can get 4.6 stress stable with 1.28 and I can boot with 1.2. Heck, IIRC I was able to boot 4.7 with like 1.23v. Granted, this was before CPU break in. I'm mainly looking to lower my temps so more since I have a custom loop and CPU temps can affect GPU temps. Plus, with delidding I will be able to run the fans slower and maintain the same temps while being quieter. Worthwhile investment when you sit 2 feet from your case. biggrin.gif
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sorry what VID do you run to attain stable 4.7ghz? (and what is stable for you?)
what uncore mult and uncore voltage?
how about ram? thx

VID is 2.0, although I believe 1.9 will work too. Uncore is 40x, multi of 47x, left baseclock, uncore voltage is 1.15 although I believe auto would work.

Ram is 2600, 11-13-13 1.71 volts
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VID is 2.0, although I believe 1.9 will work too. Uncore is 40x, multi of 47x, left baseclock, uncore voltage is 1.15 although I believe auto would work.

Ram is 2600, 11-13-13 1.71 volts

VID is the vcore you keyed in the bios not the vrrin/vccin/input voltage
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