Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed
Yes you can re-glue it - however it is utterly pointless de-lidding then re-gluying.
The point of delidding is to get rid of the SPACE created between the die and the IHS
So effectively, you'll not want to re-glue it on brother!
As for "the next buyer" - if you were thinking of selling it in the future -> i presume the warranty would have been over by then.
As the warranty is not valid after you delid - with that said, people have failed delidding have successfully RMA'ed with intel, by NOT lying to intel and saying: Yes I delidded, will you replace? And Intel have done.
If you were to sell your CPU in the future, you would definitely want to mention it was delidded. Or else that would be a false description.
With that said, if you got a chip, like yours, deliided with an excellent OC - that's in other words a GOLDEN chip - probably more valuable AFTER you delid + have that STABLE OC @ 5ghz.
People will be interested in buying your chip, for more money rather than LESS, after you delid - as you took the risk doing it - and once the risk is done, all you do is profit from lower temps.
Hopefully, that makes sense.