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2013 Ivy Bridge i7-3770k overclocking results

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by LagunaX, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. Anggoro

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    i'm still afraid to do this. but thanks for the post. it gives me more courage to do it. :D
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    Delid yet?



    My delidded 3770k. Not the greatest conductor electrically but its a decent chip. Will do 5GHZ.

    This is a sweet spot for gaming. Memory is at 1.5v. (Gskill 2400mhz CL9 1.65v under volted and under clocked)


    [​IMG]
  3. LagunaX

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    Nice. 4.8ghz is a nice volts/temps sweet spot.
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    SonDa5 does yours pass 3dmarks? Mine passed the same 4.8Ghz 1.32v IBT but wouldn't pass any 3dmark XD needs 1.4 even with the liquid pro keeps it under 80c on max IBT
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    Standard aint nothin. Put Intelburn on very high
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    I wish my 3770Ks ran as cool as your pre-delidded chip. The one in my main desktop at 4.3GHz/1.18v LLC averages 80-85c and hits 90c in IntelBurnTest with either a Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer or a Cooler Master TPC-812 I just picked up yesterday. My work 3770K at the same settings maxes out at 80c with a Xigmatek Loki, although I haven't tried it with IBT.

    I'm considering delidding the worst one, but I need lots of courage and some Liquid Pro before I can proceed. It's a shame that I delidded a P4 541 (perfectly, still works) and it had a nice, metallic paste that pretty much had to be lapped off, while these processors have essentially generic paste. :(
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    Passes 3dmark bench marks no problem and runs very cool and stable for gaming. The 3770k is first in a series water cooled loop with an over clocked VaporX HD7950 right now.

    [​IMG]

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6693771
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    I think it is stable.

    [​IMG]
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    I delidded one of my 3770Ks today and got it to 4.6Ghz. It can do 4.7 but it needs high 1.3v range to do that and my Arctic MX-4 under the IHS cannot keep up. 4.6GHz seems to be a lot more feasible for me and I can probably get away with 1.3v or so. We'll see. :)
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    My deliided 3770k is delidded and direct die(no IHS) water cooled with CoolLaboratory Liquid Pro TIM.
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    Idk why it took me so long to get the liquid pro but does it get better over time ?

    Ran it again at 1.4v 4.8GHz and never broke 70c with the fans on low and added a 2nd 7970 ek full wb :)

    Before was under 80c
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    Yeah, I'm considering getting a tube soon. The MX-4 is holding me over pretty well at least, and still a lot better than stock. I'm currently using a CM 812-TPC instead of the AIO water cooling I have listed in my specs as I feel it runs a bit cooler.
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    pro is a lot better ;)
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    Yeah, the 9x better thermal transfer would definitely be a lot better, but the fact that it is liquid metal (for about 2 days) and dissolves aluminum is pretty scary (though of course the IHS is zinc-plated copper which is okay with it). How do you go about applying it to the die? Do you have to spread it with a brush or something? Sadly, after what happened to my 4770K today, I don't want any more $349 casualties for a while. :(
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    With a latex glove just needs a very small drop

    What happened to the 47K?

    I get mine tomorrow
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    I was halfway through delidding it the dumb way and pop went the die. I warped the PCB too much because I didn't want to nick any of the traces and the die fractured about a quarter of the way from the edge. Be super careful with the side that has the surface traces, because there are a row of tiny SMD capacitors running alongside the die on that side. I didn't hit any of them, but obviously one should never attempt to pry the remaining part of the glued IHS off.
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    razor blade or the vise ?

    Seen those by the die I don't think ill try maybe after MC has them for $230
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    Yo Dom - no, usually the best is in the first couple months. Then it might shrink/dry/harden a bit and get a little worse, but still better than anything else.
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    Razor blade. I unfortunately didn't have a vise, but I had a hammer and a block of wood though. As much as delidding improves things, I don't think I'll do it again until the chips become $200 or less. With the money I have to spend now to get a replacement that I don't even have money for right now, I could have easily just bought an X79 and a 3930K that I wouldn't have to delid, but I don't really like buying stuff based on older process nodes. I really wish Intel would at least have the balls to go back to what they used on the Prescotts, which was a thick, metallic paste that had to be lapped off. Now they are just being evil bastards. :wtf:
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    Thanks did not know that lol

    So how often do you have to change up the Tim? First time using it haha

    Think I used to much gelid oc extreme but I was even getting 90-100c before the liquid pro at just 4.5 1.245v XD

    Also no ones seems to have answered this are ppl getting 4770K @ MC getting the game a shirt or just the shirt ?


    Yeah that blows silicone it back on and rma it with newegg haha

    Did you get a mb combo from the egg?
  21. LagunaX

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    Nah u don't change it it turns into a weak hard "solder" that you might lose 2-5c from your best temps, but still a lot better than other stuff.
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    Okay any clue on this ??

    Also no ones seems to have answered this are ppl getting 4770K @ MC getting the game a shirt or just the shirt ?
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    About 11 hours into my fallback OC. After this I'll really dig in. This is NOT delidded.

    [​IMG]
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    Im getting a 3770K in the morning. It's a 2 hr drive for me and I would like some feed back on what batch numbers to look out for... I want a good clocker.

    Any ideas?
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