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post #1181 of 4653
Yea, if you've got the IHS off and voided the warranty you might as well go ahead and lap it.
    
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post #1182 of 4653
Yeah

I'm really glad i did this. Upped the vcore to 1.37V (loaded with IBT, idle 1.38V) and attached a second fan (scythe slipstream 1200 + stock xigmatek fan).

Running IBT again, max 66°c.

I can't seem to find my MX2, i'm certain a good mount will remove another 5-10°c ! (it did on my E8400 at +- same clocks/vcore).

I guess i have a good E5200 if it does 3.8ghz 1.37v. FPO 3816B303, VID 1.2125


ps: what a small core, my X2 toledo was gigantic against this one !
post #1183 of 4653
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Originally Posted by FragZero View Post
Has anyone removed the IHS from an E5200 ? Using a E5200 + Xigmatek 1283 with bolts/spring and steel backplate.

333X10 1.201V --> 47°c prime / 58°c intelburntest. My E8400 with the same setup (371X9) primes at 42°c and intelburntest 47~48°c. When running higer Vcore the temperature difference between my E8400 and E5200 gets even higher (both lapped)

Removing the IHS shouldn't be that difficult, it's about the same as remove a A64 IHS ? The only thing that worries me is the fact that my 1283 is a DHT heatsink, i could use my scythe mugen but it's heavy, too heavy for a lidless CPU ?


Edit : It seems that i loaded a profile with the fanspeed @ 70% when i installed my e5200 . Temps down to 45°C prime 55°c intelburntest.

Tried some more overclocking

333X11 1.32V 1 hour primestable / 10 runs intelburntest ( 1.3V not intelburntest stable) 57°C prime 65 ° intelburntest. I still think that my temperatures are too high !
I've removed the ihs, I've noticed temps drop as much as 15c when at 1.4 volt. i'ts really not hard, pm me for tips or pics.

EDIT: here are some pics of the chip with the IHS removed, as you see it doesn't have any resisters inside it like AMD chips, they're all on the bottom. I used the blades from a disposable shaving razor, whatever you use it helps for them to be very thin. normal cutting razors are difficult to get in the crack between the IHS and PCB

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Attachment 94762


Edited by Grandlo - 1/20/09 at 6:13pm
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Yea, the trick is making sure your heatsink puts enough pressure on the die.
    
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post #1185 of 4653
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Yea, the trick is making sure your heatsink puts enough pressure on the die.
yup, I forgot to mention you need to remove the metal clamp on the socket. it comes off pretty easy. put the chip in teh socket and hold it in place with electric tape to aid in the install, can take the tape off when done, or leave it doesn't matter.
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need help on the multiplier/fsb/voltage to make it stable at 3.2 or 3.3.. anyone?
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need help on the multiplier/fsb/voltage to make it stable at 3.2 or 3.3.. anyone?
12.5 multiplier - 266 FSB - 1.3 Vcore

Try those settings that's what I used.

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or 333*10 at the same volts(1.3ish). the extra FSB will perform better.
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post #1189 of 4653
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or 333*10 at the same volts(1.3ish). the extra FSB will perform better.
He should try getting a stable overclock, and then, later worry about getting the maximum performance at whatever clock speed he manages to get working properly.
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He should try getting a stable overclock, and then, later worry about getting the maximum performance at whatever clock speed he manages to get working properly.
Especially with the nature for a low FSB wall. You should go about it one of two ways. Either low multi to 8 or 9 and raise FSB until you hit a wall, then raise multi until you reach an OC you like, or stick with 12.5 multi and find max Ghz OC and push FSB later.

It might also be time for you to start giving NB some extra volts. A lot of boards have a 1066 strap that ends just before 1333.
    
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