Delid your CPU with the Delid Die Mate

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Wanna replace that thermal insulation material inside your processor the easy way, and not with razor blades ? Well der8auer has designed THE easy solution for you. You place your CPU into a speciall...

    Delid your CPU with the Delid Die Mate
     
  2. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Hehe nice, no guarantee to not damage your CPU anyway :D
    But at least people have another option now, believe it or not, not everybody got a vice at home.
     
  3. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    Will def try and get one of these! I've delid two chips, chipped both DIEs one survived the other didn't, 3770K died :(

    No doubt I'll be delidding 6700Ks at some point so I'll def need this!
     
  4. rl66

    rl66 Ancient Guru

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    nice news for square fingers...
     

  5. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    If intel still soldered, this all wouldn't be an issue :p
     
  6. rpjkw11

    rpjkw11 Member

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    Great idea! Such a simple idea, too! I've successfully (thankfully) delidded three CPUs thus far and, though it gets "easier" each time, it's still (for me) a nerve wracking job. I'm defintely going to grab one or two of these as soon as possible.
     
  7. Blackfyre

    Blackfyre Maha Guru

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    Simple. Elegant. Clever.

    It's amazing really, I can't believe none of us thought of making this :p I hope he copyrighted the idea before publicizing it. Brilliant work. Love it.
     
  8. kosh_neranek

    kosh_neranek Master Guru

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    Thumbs up!!! Deadly solution, still I would be a bit nervous but waaaay less.
     
  9. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Still too much risk for a couple of degrees.
     
  10. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    A couple lol

    My 3570K dropped around 25C!!
     

  11. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Maybe for Ivy, that generation was very hot and bad overclocker. Newest CPU's dont benefit that much.
     
  12. Toss3

    Toss3 Member Guru

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    My haswell 4770k would disagree. :wanker:
     
  13. NAMEk

    NAMEk Master Guru

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    That's cool!
     
  14. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Running my 4770K at 4,5 GHz (1.175 volt) with just Air... okey it gets to 60-65C during Gaming but that's perfectly fine.

    Also keep in mind i run my Noctua NH-U14S in Silent Mode which doesn't go above 750 RPM.

    So those temps are perfectly acceptable.
     
  15. Cybermarc

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    Let me guess, there will be no more warranty if you remove the metal cover...
     

  16. rflair

    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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    Of course not.

    I use a vise, works well but like others have said it is very nerve racking.
     
  17. Berke53

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    Everyone keep your pants on lol. This device will apparently cost more than 80 euro's. That's quite a lot for somebody to use it just once as we don't know if this will also work on future architecture CPU's.
     
  18. Cybermarc

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    Lol, in this case @rflair figured out the cheapest way to remove the cover.

    I've never tried to remove the cover, I will start with a cheap CPU.

    Question:

    Does the standard coolers still fit on the processor, when we remove the cover?
     
  19. NoobCase

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    Where di you find that info?

    You put the IHS back on after removing the rubbery glue and reapplying a thermal compound. Some clue it back on some just have the cpu locking mechanish hold it in place. Either way works fine.
     
  20. Cybermarc

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    Can I use any Thermal Compound, or do I have to use a specific one in this case???

    Does Intel use a good thermal compound??

    Can the Intel Thermal compound get dry with the time???
     

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