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post #71 of 80
Hey Ferret. mind if I ask you something. Did you screw the block all the way when using the naked mount? I'm looking at delidding and am using ek supremacy. Thanks! Note: I'm curious on how your build turn out to be.
post #72 of 80
Hey Ferret, I'm enjoying the detailed posts/pictures. I try to do the same for my build logs as a lot of logs don't go into much detail.

If I may throw in my 2 cents..

I literally have just done the exact same cpu waterblock on bare die setup as you did, just with the 3770k instead of your 4770k lol. Here is how I applied Phobya LM..

Used EK's "TRUE 1155 Back Plate"


Changed the jet plate to the 1mm to create a more flat plane on the actual block and to get rid of any bow.


Also used EK's "Naked Ivy Precise Mount", used electrical tape to hold the cpu in place, slowly squeezed the Phobya LM out of it's tiny syringe and moved down the length of the bare die. Then I used .7mm thermal pad, made a cutout for the die, and placed it down. this spreads out the mounting pressure more evenly even just a tad, but every bit helps.


And viola


Did a 5ghz run, Cinebench and Prime95 a bit and temps never went above 75c, and voltage was way up; 1.54v.
The motherboard i'm using is not good for heavy overclocks however. Hence why I'm snagging a new one and some different memory to replace the AMD equipment in my 800D rig.

Anyway, this is your log not mine, I'm just sharing my experiences with bare die mounting, and hope that helps a bit!
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post #73 of 80
where are ya ferret??
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where are ya ferret??

Very sorry dude. I'm in the Army and my work to home life balance can mean I'm away from weeks at a time when required. Overclocking is currently still at 4.8GHz, but as soon as I'm back to my barracks on Friday its BF4 followed by hitting 5GHz with this chip. Got the thermal headroom to do it, so going to make sure it happens. Be careful with going over 1.5v on intel CPU's. I've fried a 2500k by doing so a few years back! ;-)

Promise to be back checking out this thread more often soon.

For your info, yes I tightened the block all the way down on the naked ivy mount. Also, that is one hell of a lot of TIM on that CPU! But if it is working, then must be doing it right!
post #75 of 80
Hey Ferret ! Must have a game and squad up with you my Nic is LeVarren on BF3&4
In Australia we don't receive bf4 until tomorrow.
Hey I would like to see your setting for 4.8 I have the temp headroom but I can not keep 4.8 stable for any longer than a few hours.
post #76 of 80
Hey ferret, thanks for confirming. Unfortunately i killed my chip from delidding. Not what happened but i used the vice method. Good luck with your build and overclocking!! thumb.gif
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looks good
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Hey ferret, thanks for confirming. Unfortunately i killed my chip from delidding. Not what happened but i used the vice method. Good luck with your build and overclocking!! thumb.gif
condolances Mozzi
post #79 of 80
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Sorry to hear that dude. There are clearly some inherent risks in de-lidding a chip. Suggest that if you try it again, test the chip first just in case it is a dodgy chip prior to the removal of the IHS.
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Hey Ferret ! Must have a game and squad up with you my Nic is LeVarren on BF3&4
In Australia we don't receive bf4 until tomorrow.
Hey I would like to see your setting for 4.8 I have the temp headroom but I can not keep 4.8 stable for any longer than a few hours.

I will get some settings for you soon(ish). I've added you on battlelog. My username is OpenFerret on most things.

BF4 doesn't unlock until Friday for us here. But should be a good weekend!
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