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It's the number not the performance, yes I'm that guy. =p

The number is for validations, it should be about the performance most of the time. There are chips that hit 5ghz much easier, but then when you hit the magic number you'll be thinking 'why does it feel slower?'...
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Delidding doesn't increase the OC abilities of a CPU, it decreases temperatures. This is only useful if you're temp limited, or simply want lower temperatures.

Quite a few people do get a good enough temperature drop to be able to increase the voltage a bit & up the clock before running into the temperature limit again, but it isn't guaranteed or anything so your post is accurate, I'm just expanding on that a bit.
    
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The number is for validations, it should be about the performance most of the time. There are chips that hit 5ghz much easier, but then when you hit the magic number you'll be thinking 'why does it feel slower?'...
Quite a few people do get a good enough temperature drop to be able to increase the voltage a bit & up the clock before running into the temperature limit again, but it isn't guaranteed or anything so your post is accurate, I'm just expanding on that a bit.

I'm also speaking from personal experience - delidding my 4670k didn't change my OC abilities, but it did lower my temps quite a bit.... cheers.gif
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All such young pups around here lol 41 here and still having fun doing pc stuff thumb.gif

Still fun fo sho. I got 20 years on you. biggrin.gif



Vring shows "Auto" but it's set manually to 1.05v, else it will zoom up to 1.3v after booting into Windows.
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Just FYI for peps considering coolers. I went from a high end Noctua air push/pull to a Corsair h110 pull and dropped 20C. Didn't help my OC any except that I can push voltage higher but because I've read so much about nothing helps temps much but a delid I thought I'd comment on my experience. Before anyone asks, the Noctua was re-seated dozens of times while I binned 5 chips and tried 4 different pastes.
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Define 'high-end Noctua air cooler' smile.gif
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Define 'high-end Noctua air cooler' smile.gif

Really ..... certainly not a DH-14 ....unless installed in case with next to nil air flow. Guru3D's test showed a tie




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http://valid.canardpc.com/m5wv36

This is my first CPU overclock ever should I keep going? I'm currently reaching 77-78 on Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility. Do I need a better cooler for high clocks?
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I have a 2013 27 inch iMac with a Intel i7-4771 processor. I know there are not much possibilities to raise the clock from 3.5 GhZ, but I want to know if there is any headroom? Like going from 3.5 stock speed to 4 GhZ. Any ideas?
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I have a 2013 27 inch iMac with a Intel i7-4771 processor. I know there are not much possibilities to raise the clock from 3.5 GhZ, but I want to know if there is any headroom? Like going from 3.5 stock speed to 4 GhZ. Any ideas?

The 4770 can turbo to 3.9GHz, so if the Mac does not allow any overclocking, you will still be near 4.0GHz anyway!
 
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The 4770 can turbo to 3.9GHz, so if the Mac does not allow any overclocking, you will still be near 4.0GHz anyway!

You're right. But is there any way to run the 4771 stock on 3.9 Ghz? (so without the turbo boost) or run all the 4 cores on 3.9 in turbo boost?
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