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Is my cpu "good"?

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i just delid my cpu it is an i5-3570k and put AS5 on the die and then put the ihs on after hours of trying to balence the pressure without it. Anyways i set the v core to 1.45 i think but my bios and cpuid both say its running at 1.240-1.248 range for some reason. It runs stable for the 10 run intel burn test on very high preset and the glops started at 115 then went to 118 range. Max temp was 80c and the core0 was 72C for some reason. The 4th core ran at 83c.

So i would like to know is where can i get a new retention bracket for my lga 1155 cpu that will fasten my cpu evenly to the board without IHS so i can run a waterblock on top of it. I don't care what price.

Thanks
post #2 of 7
A heatsink with a naked die wont work.maybe a wcing.
post #3 of 7
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how do people direct die then? im switching to custom waterloop with a 420 mm 36mm thick rad in push pull. would like to know what i need for a direct die cooling system
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Originally Posted by dosel1 View Post

how do people direct die then? im switching to custom waterloop with a 420 mm 36mm thick rad in push pull. would like to know what i need for a direct die cooling system
with water cooling with a water block.obviously a heatsink would damage the die due to its weight
post #6 of 7
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oh lol well i put the cpu in the socket and put the cooler on it which is air, and then i messed around with washers putting more pressure on it, it ended up bowing the center of it so that it wouldnt contact evely and start. I then put the lid on it while it slid all over the place with the retention clip sliding it into place. It fires up nice at 4.7ghz now at 1.264 volts with no whea errors or blue screens.
One time while removing the cooler the cpu stuck to it and dropped right on the socket and got TIM all over the socket pins. I cleaned most of it out with a q tip and isoporpyl alchohol. Amazing how it still works.

Amateur overclocker training in progress smile.gif

anyways So all i need for DD cooling is an EK waterblock, and the precision naked ivy adapter (or washers)?
post #7 of 7
Yeah, the mounting kit is perfect for the job (thats what its made for after all)
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