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I did it to a P4. The process isn't hard. It's a matter of taking your time and not forcing it. I had a Q6600 but I couldn't bring myself to do it to it. I don't think I could handle risking $200 for better temps. If I got one for absolutely free with a guarantee of a replacement if I messed up I'd do it.
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Redone loop for easier draining.



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oooh ! that set of qdcs works for me with the black bitspower , noice ! Nice tite build all round, luv the tj08
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ay. question. anyone running the phobya 1080? There's one that is tempting me at fcpu, someone tell me why I shouldn't get it before my wife kills me lol.
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post #33895 of 106453
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Don't poke a bear without knowing how to poke it yet , Loooots of mess up deliddings and destroyed chips out there.

The bear has already been poked..

I went that route with my first 3770k ( which was a MUCH better chip than my current one). It died.

I removed the lid being as careful as I can be, took my time, with an extra sharp and thin blade, went mm by mm.. the lid eventually came off the chip, everything seemed to be going well...

cleaned up the chip using my TIM remover, put some new TIM on, and.. nothing. CPU was dead. gone. there were no cracks, pops, no signs of forced action anywhere near the chip/PCB.. and still the thing died.

So I got a new one that doesn't perform as well as the old one (takes more volts to reach a lower ceiling) and i'm not doing it again.
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Super clean and I like how you mounted the res. Never would have thought to mount it like that. Seeing you're rig makes me miss my old 360 set up.
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thanks.. iv had the build for about a yr but i recently rebuilt it.

that's a nice build. I originally wanted a 480 rad at the bottom but it was too much effort.

I might try run the tubing behind the rad like yours next time. at the moment im running it behind the case.

my mcp655 pump seems to be running louder after the rebuild. it's got a whining noise.

i'm certain all the air bubbles are out.. iv tipped it in every direction, blown in the tubes etc. should i just let it run for a while and see if it quietens down?
    
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Of course there are.... Some ppl were using hammer to do that.... Crazy people.. Others were using normal knifes.. lol

While we're on the subject.. any tips for my high CPU temps.. ? (removing the lid again is really a last resort.. i'm now officially scared of these chips)

I have to agree, ~70 on water seems very high.
My ivy needs 1.37V to run on 4.7Ghz, at 70c under load.. any higher than that the voltages are absurd and the temps are obnoxious.

I don't think my loop has issues since I have a gtx 670 with an unlocked bios, running 1.2v with quite a substantial OC and it doesn't go over 40c under continous stress. with the pump on ~30%...

I re-mounted my cpu block (Raystorm) twice, the temps don't change at all. I'm using Prolimatech pk-3 as TIM.

Thanks for the help
    
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While we're on the subject.. any tips for my high CPU temps.. ? (removing the lid again is really a last resort.. i'm now officially scared of these chips)
I have to agree, ~70 on water seems very high.
My ivy needs 1.37V to run on 4.7Ghz, at 70c under load.. any higher than that the voltages are absurd and the temps are obnoxious.
I don't think my loop has issues since I have a gtx 670 with an unlocked bios, running 1.2v with quite a substantial OC and it doesn't go over 40c under continous stress. with the pump on ~30%...
I re-mounted my cpu block (Raystorm) twice, the temps don't change at all. I'm using Prolimatech pk-3 as TIM.
Thanks for the help

you could try lapping the cpu.

and im intrigued as to your experience with pk-3. i have used the same tim but on my 7970. ended up switching to mx2 when i decided to use tim on the vrms and it ended up running much cooler than the pk-3. the reason i got the pk-3 was because it was the best performer at the time, and mx2 is quite old nowadays. but it seems to do better.

your guys' temps on 3770ks is scaring me lol 70c at 4.7? my 8350 is at 5.2 with 1.52 volts and it peaks temps at ~60c

and im also snagging a 3770k as well so im very confused as to the oc'd temp ranges.

edit: 800th post woo lol
Edited by lifeisshort117 - 12/17/12 at 7:38pm
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MX-2 is excellent stuff. I've been swearing by that for years. thumb.gif Still good to this day.
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MX-2 is excellent stuff. I've been swearing by that for years. thumb.gif Still good to this day.

mx 4 is just as good. thumb.gif
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