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post #5721 of 9561
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Originally Posted by slick40hk View Post

What is delid?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade/0_30

You remove the IHS (metal top of the CPU) and then replace the crap paste it comes with and put it back on.
It can drop your temps by up to 20C, sometimes more.

Only Ivy bridge requires this, since Sandy's IHS is soldered to the green PCB.

Intel went the cheapo way for Ivy and used crap paste instead of soldering it, and it hurt the temps a lot.

This is why I have no interest in Ivy.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 4/12/13 at 10:11am
post #5722 of 9561
I have small balz, not even gonna try tongue.gif
post #5723 of 9561
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I have small balz, not even gonna try tongue.gif

Right on.

Even with the irrefutable massive gains, I would not do it either unless I had a good job with $300 disposable income.

Which is why I didn't and never will upgrade to Ivy.

I just hope Haswell is soldered. worriedsmiley.gif
post #5724 of 9561
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by slick40hk View Post

I have small balz, not even gonna try tongue.gif

Right on.

Even with the irrefutable massive gains, I would not do it either unless I had a good job with $300 disposable income.

Which is why I didn't and never will upgrade to Ivy.

I just hope Haswell is soldered. worriedsmiley.gif

better hope so, cause broadwell wont even get a socket!

edit to add: haven't heard of anyone killing VIA the hammer method yet.
Edited by inedenimadam - 4/12/13 at 10:56am
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Right on.

Even with the irrefutable massive gains, I would not do it either unless I had a good job with $300 disposable income.

Which is why I didn't and never will upgrade to Ivy.

I just hope Haswell is soldered. worriedsmiley.gif

Send it to me! I'll do it for you. biggrin.gif
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Right on.

Even with the irrefutable massive gains, I would not do it either unless I had a good job with $300 disposable income.

Which is why I didn't and never will upgrade to Ivy.

I just hope Haswell is soldered. worriedsmiley.gif

Send it to me! I'll do it for you. biggrin.gif

Cost?

Performance gain?
post #5727 of 9561
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Quote:
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Right on.

Even with the irrefutable massive gains, I would not do it either unless I had a good job with $300 disposable income.

Which is why I didn't and never will upgrade to Ivy.

I just hope Haswell is soldered. worriedsmiley.gif

Send it to me! I'll do it for you. biggrin.gif

I don't own an Ivy and never will, but just curious would you be willing to held liable for any damages?

Because if not, no way I'm sending a $300 chip to someone without "insurance".
post #5728 of 9561
Would this delid process benefit my E8500 at all? Or is it just for the Ivy's?
post #5729 of 9561
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Would this delid process benefit my E8500 at all? Or is it just for the Ivy's?

AFAIK only the Ivy chips can benefit from deliding.

Almost all other chips, like Sandy, have the IHS soldered right to the PCB.
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Would this delid process benefit my E8500 at all? Or is it just for the Ivy's?

AFAIK only the Ivy chips can benefit from deliding.

Almost all other chips, like Sandy, have the IHS soldered right to the PCB.

I had a Pentium 4 dinosaur that I practiced on, but the list of non soldered is very short indeed.
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