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those are just random pictures from google images, nothing mine
i will keep you posted when i get my haswell tongue.gif

Sure thing.
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I totally understand your frustration, in reallity mine was trial and error it took 3 tries to get things where they got low enough plus I'm running bare die which is a whole difference there. My ambients are lower too. But I do remember first time I put too much CLU between the die and under the IHS which didn't yield satisfactory results. Once I get all of my parts back in, I'll post pictures of my settings. It's become my default for testing any haswell, if they can't boot under those I just re-sell the CPU and go for another.

reseated and doing stress now.

And hi guys I have started my own build log post
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I will put my question there instead of hijacking this post smile.gif
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post #92 of 93
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So the 66 degree you got there @4.8 with 1.35 was dare die instead of just delid and put the IHS back?

Please let me know the real setup and etc, I almost bald now....pulling too much my hair because of this HOTWELL frown.gif

I just reseat my CPU and refilling the loop, hope this time can get bit better temp, or I need go out and grab another 5L bottle of water for this loop (2.5L per reseat....it is cheap if only try couple of times...)I have tried, let me count....
about 8 times for GPU and maybe 15 times + on CPU

I want get the @4.6G around 60 degree with ambient temp at 26ish, sub 70 @4.7...
Is that possible?

I will try 4.8, but is that fine for daily use? or just for benching?

I have squeezed my gpu and giving it a break since I am busying with this new realm of delid....1st time and I was just hammering it...

I posted my settings back in the thread earlier but not all of them, I will update once I get my rig back together. Yes my 4.8 temps are direct die. I only have done benching on 4.8 without the lid. With the lid I dont think I pushed it beyond 4.6 or 4.7. Once I get my new CPU in and everything back together I will take another set of temps for you and include tests in all 3 settings (regular, delided with lid, direct die). There are variations between chips, personally between all of the chips I have tested there have been 5-9C temp difference in batch number variations. Also in your case ambient temps impact so I would say best case scenario with a good chip you would be somewhere in the 70's taking in to account the difference in ambient temps. Did you put a temp sensor in your loop to see your fluid temps? You also want to check on that also.

Also, you don't need to dump your distilled water when you reset your loop, capture the fluid when you remove components and then run the fluid through a coffee filter to catch any particles. I mention this because I know distilled is not as cheap and as easy available as it is in the us.
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post #93 of 93
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Sure thing.
reseated and doing stress now.

And hi guys I have started my own build log post
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1. M(ultimedia)-ITX http://www.overclock.net/t/1458488/multimedia-itx-build
2. Monster on FIRE http://www.overclock.net/t/1458503/monster-on-fire

I will put my question there instead of hijacking this post smile.gif

I made some comments on your thread hope those help!
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