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IB De-Lidding Temps before and after

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SonDa5, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. james888

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    How did you remove the cpu retention bracket on the motherboard?
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    LOL I was going to say what's the lowest volt it can run super pi 32m @ 5Ghz before popping off the ihs but nvm XD



    Just remove the screws that hold it down there's 3
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    Ah excellent. I remember old lag775 were much more difficult to remove. Thanks!
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    Xigmatek Dragoon HDT N422 heat sinks on the ram.


    I will post some photos of it all when it is done. A few things left to put together to complete it.
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    After delidding.
    Ambient Temps 22C


    Hyperthreading On

    [​IMG]


    Hyperthreading Off

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    5ghz ?
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    Working on stable 5.2GHZ for 3dMark11 right now.
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    OH GOD :twitch: Give me a second to whipe the drool from my mouth...

    I am never going to get even close to your 3dmark 11 score. I may be able to beat your gpu score but I won't come close to your cpu score. You probably overclocked your ram also with those cooler. You sir have a dream system.
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    Before I delidded my final test of worthiness was clearing 32m at 5GHZ and it did it with 1.42v with the following settings.

    http://valid.canardpc.com/2595380

    Not super golden but this cpu delidded is good enough for stable 24/7 5GHZ operation with decent temps.
    With some liquid Nitrogen it could probably open up quite a bit more. :D
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    Gosh... My 2500k can only do 4.5ghz with those volts. Is there any liquid nitrogen overclocking results we will see from you...?
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    No plans on it. For now just water cooling with the delidding experiments.

    At 5GHZ with 2666mhz RAM I have to increase CPU voltage to 1.48v for stability.


    http://valid.canardpc.com/2598297


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    You still using the TIM IC Diamond?
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    CL Liquid Pro.
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    So where you able to get 5.2 to bench ?

    I wanna try that stuff.... But to lazy to order some lol

    How much does it to for ?
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    I want to comment, but I can't. Something to do with sb-e.
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    Then GTFO :roll:
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    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3784/thr-26/Coollaboratory_Liquid_PRO_Thermal_Interface_Material.html
    13.99 and a little goes a long ways. Got distracted on 5.2 bench marks. Going to disable ht to ee if easier to overclock.
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    Spit it out.
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    Bravo thread! You got to produce some parts we can use (spacers, paddiing, etc) and open a factory : )
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    I doubt it would be profitable. Plenty of shops sell stuff that can be used.

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