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    3770k IHS Removals - CPU temp dropped from 79C to 71C

    I wiped off the original TIM and then replaced it with Artic Silver to see how much of a difference a change of TIM would make.
    Before removing the IHS the temperature was 79 degrees and now the temperature is down to 71
    but it should be much better cz theoretically the performance of the Arctic Silver should improve after the 48 hours are up!
    and the benchmarking was done under different ambient air temperature
    today was 3 degrees Celsius hotter than my first test with the original TIM

    here is the v├:banana:deo ,its about how to remove and tests with better grease than original TIM
    (its portuguese ,if you guys only want to watch the end of the test jump to 9:00)



    before removing the IHS
    3770k at 4500MHz @ 1.15v with original TIM - room temp at 25c
    max temp -> 79c

    and after removing the IHS and replaced the original TIM for Artic Silver
    3770k at 4500MHz @ 1.15v with Artic Silver - room temp at 28c
    max temp -> 71c
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    Thanks for sharing bro and well i'll try with my self about this too soon
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    Hi Bro,
    i cant wait for your test !
    and i will do it again ,but next time i will remove the IHS from a retail chip
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    Thanks for sharing!
    It's nice to see more conclusive results.
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    Thanks for sharing! Definitely have more trust in yourself to not screw it up than I do in myself

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    Awesome video! Thanks. Very inspirational.
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    Nice video! Much better than the butchered IveBridge IHS removal video posted a couple weeks ago.

    This makes me want to try it. Could I use something like crazy glue to refasten the IHS?
    Last edited by OC Nub; 05-12-2012 at 12:01 PM.

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    thanks Mojo Family!


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    Removed IHS, hope the chip is still alive lol.
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    Seriously thinking about doing this to my 3770k, but with SS cooling will condensation inside the IHS be a problem?
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    Awesome video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalRacer View Post
    Seriously thinking about doing this to my 3770k, but with SS cooling will condensation inside the IHS be a problem?
    Hope not, Im trying it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Nub View Post
    Removed IHS, hope the chip is still alive lol.
    Looks like it will be. For anyone attempting this: you have to be EXTREMELY careful about the substrate (green board) - there are function critical traces just below the surface and it's very easy to scratch them, especially if your razor blade is flexible. If you're careful this is almost a no risk operation though
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Nub View Post
    Hope not, Im trying it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.Foyle View Post
    Looks like it will be. For anyone attempting this: you have to be EXTREMELY careful about the substrate (green board) - there are function critical traces just below the surface and it's very easy to scratch them, especially if your razor blade is flexible. If you're careful this is almost a no risk operation though
    Thanks!
    Booted ok, was a little worried. Saw the traces as soon as I removed it, was thinking "OH SH*t". I was also concerned about condensation getting under the IHS, I resealed the IHS with a thermal adhesive around the edges to try and prevent any problems.
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    interesting you put the heatspreader back on.. thought you meant without it when i first saw thread
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    WHAT kinda of black glue could be put back on so the warranty isn't gone??
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    Quote Originally Posted by iboomalot View Post
    WHAT kinda of black glue could be put back on so the warranty isn't gone??
    LOL! You're going to remove the IHS and then are still wanting a warranty on the processor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post
    LOL! You're going to remove the IHS and then are still wanting a warranty on the processor?
    that's what I was thinking lol

    warranty can be considered non existent after removal of the IHS.
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    Anyone tried direct die cooling ? The die is kinda big enough and with a WC i thinks it may work good ?
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    Video fantástico, não deixa dúvida que a Intel realmente deu mancada. Awesome video thanks for sharing Mojo Family.

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    thx for watching guys!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Boulard83 View Post
    Anyone tried direct die cooling ? The die is kinda big enough and with a WC i thinks it may work good ?
    i think we will have a little problem,because we need to remove the whole retention bracket
    but will work better with direct contact with the base of the heatsink
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Nub View Post
    Removed IHS, hope the chip is still alive lol.
    lap the inside of the ihs
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    a new run ,and now the ambient temperature is the same as the fisrt test






    now its 10c lower than before
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