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post #1401 of 4581
Delidded my chip today after picking up a vice. Honestly, I wasn't nervous at all with the vice, compared to when I attempted with a razor. Cooling via Corsair H55 with the stock fan in a push/exhaust configuration. CLU on the die alone, and Antec Nano Diamond 6 TIM between the H55 cold plate and IHS.

Prime95 small fft:

Max temps before: 54c w/ 70f ambient.

Max temps after: 44c w/ 70f ambient.



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before:

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after:

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In the end, I'd say it was worth it. Load temps that rival my previous idle temperature are nothing to balk at. Plus, I have plenty of CLU left over for when I upgrade in the future.
Edited by Waan - 9/15/14 at 9:40pm
post #1402 of 4581
so cool lol, how many times does 1 tube last?
post #1403 of 4581
max temp was 54c and you delided ?
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max temp was 54c and you delided ?

Yup. It served as practice, and I'd like to see if I opened any overclocking headroom from delidding. biggrin.gif
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so cool lol, how many times does 1 tube last?


For delidding purposes? Easily 7-10 processors.
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i recently picked one of these up to mess around with and use in a htpc for kids. i put it in a h81 ms h81m-p33 motherboard. it will not let me overclock it at all. do i need a z97 mobo to overclock this chip?

edit: my bios is up to date.
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i recently picked one of these up to mess around with and use in a htpc for kids. i put it in a h81 ms h81m-p33 motherboard. it will not let me overclock it at all. do i need a z97 mobo to overclock this chip?

edit: my bios is up to date.


http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pentium-g3258-b81-cheap-overclocking,3888.html


They used the same board and successfully overclocked the G3258 on it. Are you sure you're on BIOS v 1.07 or higher?
post #1407 of 4581
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i recently picked one of these up to mess around with and use in a htpc for kids. i put it in a h81 ms h81m-p33 motherboard. it will not let me overclock it at all. do i need a z97 mobo to overclock this chip?

edit: my bios is up to date.

it depends on the brand and model, only some h81 boards will have oc enabled in the bios, search around there is info for this:

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2389948
http://www.overclock.net/t/1500423/non-z97-z87-boards-than-can-overclock-the-pentium-k-g3258
Edited by abctoz - 9/15/14 at 10:02pm
post #1408 of 4581
yes i am sure bios is up to date. in intel xtu it shows cores unlocked as default but currently locked and when i try to select unlock it shows proposed as unlocked but a restart does nothing. and bios i cannot change a thing. very strangee. thanks for all the links though. they do show people using same exact board and gettin g good results.
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yes i am sure bios is up to date. in intel xtu it shows cores unlocked as default but currently locked and when i try to select unlock it shows proposed as unlocked but a restart does nothing. and bios i cannot change a thing. very strangee. thanks for all the links though. they do show people using same exact board and gettin g good results.

My understanding of the H81 boards is that they're not "overclock-ready" on officially supported bios revisions. Most of the bios versions that would allow an OC on a non-Z series chipset are created by the motherboard manufacturers and hosted through the likes of torrents and unofficial downloads and such. To keep themselves out of trouble with Intel, of course.

Edit: Forgot the point. Basically, if you got the bios update straight of the manufacturer website, it *probably* won't support overclocking.

Edit 2: Found a TPU post that supposedly has the bios that support OC for MSI's lower-end boards here.
Edited by timerwin63 - 9/16/14 at 1:26am
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My understanding of the H81 boards is that they're not "overclock-ready" on officially supported bios revisions. Most of the bios versions that would allow an OC on a non-Z series chipset are created by the motherboard manufacturers and hosted through the likes of torrents and unofficial downloads and such. To keep themselves out of trouble with Intel, of course.

Edit: Forgot the point. Basically, if you got the bios update straight of the manufacturer website, it *probably* won't support overclocking.

Edit 2: Found a TPU post that supposedly has the bios that support OC for MSI's lower-end boards here.
I have a asrock h87 pro4 mobo that allows overclocking on every official bios. I downloaded them straight from asrock page.

Also the msi h81 p33 also allows it on the latest bios revisions.

The only setting missing on my h87 pro4 is bclk adjustment.

Asus opened it up on all thier mobos on official bios too. You download them straight from thier website. http://techreport.com/news/26650/asus-enables-haswell-overclocking-on-non-z-series-motherboards
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