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Ouch, that much voltage for 4.5? Have you tried fine tuning it any?
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Ouch, that much voltage for 4.5? Have you tried fine tuning it any?



yeah i have fine tuned it alright lol i need 1.35v for it to be stable

hopefully my 5820k that i also got today is not this bad overclocking wise. i just need to decide on a x99 motherboard rolleyes.gif

Edited by lilchronic - 9/10/14 at 7:14pm
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yeah i have fine tuned it alright lol i need 1.35v for it to be stable

hopefully my 5820k that i also got today is not this bad overclocking wise. i just need to decide on a x99 motherboard rolleyes.gif

Have you delidded your chip? I've got my CLU, I'm just deciding if I want to use a razor, or a vice.
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If you got a vice i'd definitely use that as its faster and safer, otherwise razor method takes longer, you gotta really use force to push that razor in it'll bend the pcb a bit but mines still alive, recommend you draw some lines before hand so you know the limits of how how far the razor can go in, it took me like 1 hr but if i do it again i think it'll only take 10mins, i didn't know u were suppose to use so much force pushing it in, wiggling doesn't actually do anything as seen in some videos.
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If you got a vice i'd definitely use that as its faster and safer, otherwise razor method takes longer, you gotta really use force to push that razor in it'll bend the pcb a bit but mines still alive, recommend you draw some lines before hand so you know the limits of how how far the razor can go in, it took me like 1 hr but if i do it again i think it'll only take 10mins, i didn't know u were suppose to use so much force pushing it in, wiggling doesn't actually do anything as seen in some videos.

I practiced on two Pentium 4's I had laying around earlier; One has solder, one doesn't. I can't check to see if I cut the PCB on the soldered one, but the one with TIM was done flawlessly. Although, I'll be much more nervous if I were to do it on the G3258, as the P4 didn't cost any $.
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Have you delidded your chip? I've got my CLU, I'm just deciding if I want to use a razor, or a vice.
I definitely recommend using a vise about 8min. to Delid including setting up vice and catch blanket, in case you smack the wood too hard and it flies off. Check the chip between smacks, it's best to pull it off as soon as it becomes loose a bit. Use a wooden toothpick to help remove factory Tim cleanly, follow by a credit card to get rid of black sealant. Finally a little 90%+ rubbing aclcohol before covering transistors with nail clear coat. I've found Gelid or better yet, CLU to work the best. If you haven't worked with a delidded chip before, remember to hold the lid in place or about .06-.125" back against the force of the socket locking mechanism, so after installed its in the appropriate location.
    
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I definitely recommend using a vise about 8min. to Delid including setting up vice and catch blanket, in case you smack the wood too hard and it flies off. Check the chip between smacks, it's best to pull it off as soon as it becomes loose a bit. Use a wooden toothpick to help remove factory Tim cleanly, follow by a credit card to get rid of black sealant. Finally a little 90%+ rubbing aclcohol before covering transistors with nail clear coat. I've found Gelid or better yet, CLU to work the best. If you haven't worked with a delidded chip before, remember to hold the lid in place or about .06-.125" back against the force of the socket locking mechanism, so after installed its in the appropriate location.

Ahhh, you've dissuaded me from using a razor. I'll go pick a vice up from Home Depot tomorrow and post some results.


Thanks for all of the advice everyone.
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Any non Z MBs which overclock this?
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B85 boards should work for OC. Atleast ive seen on youtube, but i suggest to get board with vrm heatsinks.
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