i7700k Overclock afte delid (rate my overclock)

Marcus Gabriel

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Hey guys,

I've delidded my 7700k and it brought an enormous temperature drop for about 20-25 degree.

Befor the delid I ran my CPU with 4,7Ghz and 1,35 Voltage and the temperature went up to almost 91 degrees.

So here are my delidded results:
https://i.gyazo.com/46c73c6d35994964c6827c1336a8b104.png (almost 1 hour and 40minutes into prime 1344k settings)

https://i.gyazo.com/066e5181836b416697defadfc8f61697.png (and after it cooled down)

Do you think its a good overclock? Should I change something?

thanks in advance for your answers guys!
(sorry for my english, im not a native speaker!)
 
have you tried 1.35v@5.0 yet? you can go ahead and see what vcore is needed for 5, just for farts and hahas. your temps might only be 3-5c higher, or they could be 10c, who knows lol. give it a try.

i have a pretty good cooler, but my 8700k(delid) needs a relatively high 1.370v for 5.0ghz, but i have a decent cooler too and my temps are right at 80c@68f ambient. this summer i believe room temps were as high as 85f but just for gaming non stress testing i didnt go any higher than 82c, but that was when i was thinking about it and leaving HWMonitor running in the background.
 

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I didn't try 5.0 yet, but I have to say that delid changed everything! It went so good for me and I'm so happy I did it!

I'll try and see what vcore is needed for 5ghz and let you know!
 

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My i7-7700K delid experience w/ NH-D15S:

Successful delid and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut reduced temps by ~20C.
Achieved 5.0GHz 1.400V w/ max of 73C Prime95 (20 mins).
Screenshot: https://imgur.com/TUGAQ2Q

My original thread: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3558641/7700k-9ghz-d15s.html

What liquid metal did you use?

*Full disclaimer: It no longer runs at those temps. I cleaned the liquid metal off and reapplied (because I was switching motherboards and thought I had too much LM and didn't want it to run, also thought there was lent from the q-tip in it) and it only made things worse. Now it won't even do 5.0GHz at all.
 

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used the same one as u did. that doesnt sound good at all man :/ sorry to hear that.
 

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tried 5ghz with 1.35vcore but got a bluescreen after like 10mins of prime95. temps weren too high, around 70-80
update: 1.36 & 1.37v also not working, got bluescreened again.
I dont think I will change anything now, I got my stable 4,9ghz/1.3v with good temperatures.
 


You have done well and 1.3v flat at 4.9GHz. Not sure whether playing around with the LLC would have helped on the 5GHz...did you try a high/Turbo LLC with the 1.35v overclock at 5GHz?.

Also on temps, if you were getting 70 to 80 degrees C on the 5GHz overclock at load under Prime95, then that is actually quiet good as under normal use like gaming, it will never go near 70 degrees C...
 

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thanks, I guess I'm kinda lucky with my actual OC. I'm new to the whole 'OC Scene' and don't even know what I'm doing to a 100% :D. I saw a couple of things on youtube and set them up like that, but overall I didn't change 'a lot' in my bios.
LLC is the Load-Line Calibration right? I set that up to Level 6.

Here are the things I changed/overclocked and maybe they aren't even good:

CPU Core/Cache Current Limit Max. - 255.50
Min CPU Cache Ratio - 45
Max CPU Cache Ratio - 45
CPU Load-Line Calibration - Level 6
CPU Current Capability - 140%
CPU Core Voltage - Manual Mode (don't even know if thats the right thing to choose)
also took the XMP Profile of my Ram

but overall thats the things I changed for my overclock on 4.9GHz/1.3v

when I tried 5GHz with 1.35v my temps got up to 82 degrees on one core but overall it was between 70-80 C and after 10-15minutes I got a bluescreen.
 

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