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post #11721 of 34604 (permalink) Old 02-14-2013, 12:48 AM
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Sorry for the crappy iPhone photos, I tried my best even with my lighting... The setback from my PC build pushed my new camera budget a bit farther but whatever. tongue.gif
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that looks nice and clean Swag thumb.gif

Thanks. tongue.gif I didn't realize it was you VonDutch because it wasn't the spinning IHS anymore. tongue.gif Until I read the damn suitcase!


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VonDutch wrote...i prefer to set manual over disable, with manual if windows needs it, it can still access the service if needed,
but think twice before just go ahead and disable, i dont have a printer, so i can disable/manual that one smile.gif
oops, i quoted myself ..LOL ...srry biggrin.gif

Thanks for the list - BOTH times smile.gif - I had already modded win7 with some of it before, but there are some other ones here worth checking, i.e. whether they're needed by SQL / IIS
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Thanks for the list - BOTH times smile.gif - I had already modded win7 with some of it before, but there are some other ones here worth checking, i.e. whether they're needed by SQL / IIS

i been using black viper's config's for years now,
used to be a list, now the guy has a whole website i just noticed..
http://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-7-service-pack-1-service-configurations/
hes got several, win 8 , win 7 sp1 etc etc..he did/does a great job..check the guide tab to look for your config,
the link is for win 7, sp1..
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Thanks. tongue.gif I didn't realize it was you VonDutch because it wasn't the spinning IHS anymore. tongue.gif Until I read the damn suitcase!

hmm, maybe i should change it back? ...lol biggrin.gif
i just like the name on that suitcase,
but the spinning ihs on the die is great too,
a heck ...w8 ...

there ...all VonDutch again ..lol
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Thanks for the list - BOTH times smile.gif - I had already modded win7 with some of it before, but there are some other ones here worth checking, i.e. whether they're needed by SQL / IIS

i been using black viper's config's for years now,
used to be a list, now the guy has a whole website i just noticed..
http://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-7-service-pack-1-service-configurations/
hes got several, win 8 , win 7 sp1 etc etc..he did/does a great job..check the guide tab to look for your config,
the link is for win 7, sp1..
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Thanks. tongue.gif I didn't realize it was you VonDutch because it wasn't the spinning IHS anymore. tongue.gif Until I read the damn suitcase!

hmm, maybe i should change it back? ...lol biggrin.gif
i just like the name on that suitcase,
but the spinning ihs on the die is great too,
a heck ...w8 ...

there ...all VonDutch again ..lol

The original is always best. tongue.gif


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Well in that case, leave it tongue.gif
The colder the better - just not sub "-160c" biggrin.gif
I will, dont have time to mess with its now. biggrin.gif Thx

My GPU history: 8800GT, HD 5970, GTX 480, GTX 570 SLI, HD 6950, HD 7870 CFX, GTX 670, HD 7950 CFX, GTX 780 SLI, R9 290X CFX, GTX 980 SLI, GTX 1080 SLI

My CPU history: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500, Intel i7 920, Intel i7 970, Intel i5 3570K, Intel i7 3770K, Intel i7 4930K, Intel i7 5960X, Intel i7 6950X
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The original is always best. tongue.gif

Swag - beautiful pictures and rig....question though:
Is that mini ITX? If so - why did you go for a small board in that case?
And LOL where is your RAM tongue.gif
Eaten by that gigantic cooler on that tiny board?

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I will, dont have time to mess with its now. biggrin.gif Thx

haha no probs


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Application for the club.

More info on my de-lidding can be found here:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1357638/my-i7-3770k-de-lidding-adventure

At first I thought I screwed up the IMC - but that turned out to be my Asus Sabertooth and NOT the CPU causing the RAM problems.
Thus I successfully de-lidded my chip.

OCN name: Totally Dubbed
CPU: I7 3770K
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Arctic MX-2
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: 4.5Ghz
Temp drops: 12c with Folding comparison. 20c with IBT comparison
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2650772

Temperature pictures:
Folding 60hrs Before de-lid - 92c max temp


Folding 9hrs AFTER de-lid - 80c max temp



IBT Pictures: (I used to have MX-2 on the die with a max temp of 82c, then I put CLU on it and got a max temp of 72c -> thus MX-2 was 10c worse than CLU)
CLU (Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra) de-lid max temp: 72c (Click to show)

ARCTIC MX-2 de-lid max temp: 82c (Click to show)
No de-lid max temp: 91c (Click to show)

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De-lidded picture




Clean CPU & PCB:



CLU applied:






My picture with my OCN name:



Cheers for all the help from Swag and Valguar!


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I don't have 'official' temps from before, and I also changed my MB..

but before, using a sabertooth z77 and a 'lidded' 3770k I counldn't run 4.8 without reaching 90+ degrees, on water.

I de-lidded and lapped to 1500, used CLP on die and on IHS.

running a MSI MPOWER now, 4.9ghz at 1.425v, temps will not go above 63-64 running IBT/OCCT+AVX/Prime95 blend.

My chip won't do 5ghz though, not at 1.54v and I don't want to go higher.

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Application for the club.

More info on my de-lidding can be found here:
https://www.overclock.net/t/1357638/my-i7-3770k-de-lidding-adventure

At first I thought I screwed up the IMC - but that turned out to be my Asus Sabertooth and NOT the CPU causing the RAM problems.
Thus I successfully de-lidded my chip.

OCN name: Totally Dubbed
CPU: I7 3770K
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Arctic MX-2
Mhz gained: N/A
OC after delid: 4.5Ghz
Temp drops: 12c with Folding comparison. 20c with IBT comparison
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2650772

Temperature pictures:
Folding 60hrs Before de-lid - 92c max temp


Folding 9hrs AFTER de-lid - 80c max temp



IBT Pictures: (I used to have MX-2 on the die with a max temp of 82c, then I put CLU on it and got a max temp of 72c -> thus MX-2 was 10c worse than CLU)
CLU (Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra) de-lid max temp: 72c (Click to show)

ARCTIC MX-2 de-lid max temp: 82c (Click to show)
No de-lid max temp: 91c (Click to show)

Pictures:
De-lidded picture




Clean CPU & PCB:



CLU applied:






My picture with my OCN name:



Cheers for all the help from Swag and Valguar!

I like your amounts of thermal compound. That is exactly picture perfect to how much and how I would recommend it done. If I may have an opinion on it. smile.gif Good job on the TIM spreading! thumb.gif

Valguar should use that picture on the front page for application tips and a picture for pro and ultra
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Success!

I don't have 'official' temps from before, and I also changed my MB..

but before, using a sabertooth z77 and a 'lidded' 3770k I counldn't run 4.8 without reaching 90+ degrees, on water.

I de-lidded and lapped to 1500, used CLP on die and on IHS.

running a MSI MPOWER now, 4.9ghz at 1.425v, temps will not go above 63-64 running IBT/OCCT+AVX/Prime95 blend.

My chip won't do 5ghz though, not at 1.54v and I don't want to go higher.

Really? All the way from 1.425 to 1.54 you can't get one multi? Do you have pll overvoltage enabled in your bios? I bet we can get u 5 if we work on it as a group tongue.gif
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