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I bought in on the delid sale. My 5820k is doing 4.5G and relitevaley cool for 1.32v. It's hitting a load of 68-70 but flashes spontaniously up to 80-85 sometimes for a tenth of a second. Also the temps are pretty uneven.

Do you think my overclock will go up any in your experience using the same voltage? I'm willing to go up to 1.4v but no higher. Also typically how much temps might go down or even out.

Sending it off as soon as my temp replacement from amazon gets here.
post #2 of 7
As stated on the product description, our delidding service is not compatible with -E series CPUs. All Haswell-E processors are soldered, and solder is as good as it gets for heat transfer. Delidding would not offer any temperature improvement in this case.

Let me know your order number so I can send you a refund.
post #3 of 7
By deliding you would get your cpu killed.
That's why SL says, "its not compatible".
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By deliding you would get your cpu killed.
That's why SL says, "its not compatible".
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Well you could delid a soldered CPU by melting the solder first, but that's a whole lot of effort for no gain. tongue.gif
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Intel 750 1.2TB SSD Corsair AX1200i Corsair Obsidian Series 900D 
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post #5 of 7
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Well you could delid a soldered CPU by melting the solder first, but that's a whole lot of effort for no gain. tongue.gif

but i like bareback rolleyes.gif
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but i like bareback rolleyes.gif

Well, try to delid a soldered chip, and you'll be playing the part of the spreader.
post #7 of 7
u missed the joke -_-
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