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i have removed ihs of 6640 mhz superpi 1m 3770k

gelid gc2 6420 mhz superpi 1m

Noctua 6350 mhz super pi 1m

Silicon greease 6300 mhz superpi 1m

Finally i found thermal paste cpu is dead 00 post code best is intel's tim:confused:

 

Karandiru also tried 6740 mhz 1m cpu ihs removal

Gelid gc 6600 mhZ

mx3 6650 mhz

artic silver 6580 mhz

his cpu i still running

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i would say dont do this, i also lost my 6.5 4c cpu :(

 

doesnt like much over 6ghz now

 

Does someone know where we can purchase this marvellous Intel's dry TIM? :D

 

I found an idea: remove it from another chip and put it back on the first... no?

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Does someone know where we can purchase this marvellous Intel's dry TIM? :D

 

I found an idea: remove it from another chip and put it back on the first... no?

 

i only got one chip :mad: and re did the tim notice there was some small scuff on the die :banana:

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Sorry Dom. I was joking.

 

But I have 2 CPUs to my side: the best (atmo) is untouched and the other was so hot I had to test that.

 

It's a high bclk one, so I'll see what happen next friday...

 

@K404: frustrating conclusions for good chips!

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Guys who glued back the ihs, did you left a small part not glued or you placed glue on the whole outer surface of the ihs? I can't explain it right, but look at the photos with removed ihs.

The stock glue don't go all the way, but have one small "hole" for pressure equalization and gas escape.

And like other said - did you apply correct pressure before the glue went stiff?

Someone tried Arctic Ceramique? I don't think MX-2/3/4 are good for subzero, they use to freeze easily, while Ceramique is rated for -150.

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We removed the HS of your 6700 1M CPU yesterday and with Gelid so far I wasn't able to manage the same clocks as before :-/

 

Now 6400 is max. I have Nvidia's stock TIM here, maybe this will help.

 

But at all I can't recommend the IHS removal!

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From reading results in this thread:

 

Success

Der8auer 6293 --> 6385 MHz wp1024 chip dead on air, connection?

 

Fail

Rosty/Zozolio 6400 --> 6200 MHz Spi 32M

tosunermc 6640 --> 6420 MHz Spi 1M

Karandiru 6740 --> 6600 MHz Spi 1M

BenchBRos 6700 --> 6400 MHz Spi 1M

Splave 6527 --> 6325 MHz Spi 1M

DOM. no increase, possibly damaged chip when removing IHS

 

I think I'll pass :D

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We also did not glue the HS back... just want to test the contact of the thermal compound.

 

We will make some further tests soon.... but at moment it looks like a safe way to degrade the golden CPUs :(

 

Any other suggestions for this problem?

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