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CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($304.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: MSI Z77MA-G45 Micro ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($107.99 @ Amazon)
Memory: G.Skill Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($53.30 @ NCIX US)
Total: $466.28
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
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Has anyone dremel-ed their IHS so only the edges of it are left? If I were going to delid, I wouldn't chicken out, I'd want to direct cool the die while still having enough of the IHS to use the stock bracket. Or just use a 2.5mm thick shim...that would work too per package specs from Intel.
post #14513 of 34072
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dude your luck with hardware is kinda bad every piece you got had to be exchanged for some reason , cpu , mobo , gpu , psu , case lol

might as well build a new rig biggrin.gif

Haha tell me about it and all of the things I have are quality except the motherboard and the case. I'm just going to get this new motherboard and case and re-install windows and hopefully everything will work out.

How uch voltage did your cpu need for 4.5ghz?
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Has anyone dremel-ed their IHS so only the edges of it are left? If I were going to delid, I wouldn't chicken out, I'd want to direct cool the die while still having enough of the IHS to use the stock bracket. Or just use a 2.5mm thick shim...that would work too per package specs from Intel.

I started with Direct Die.

I put the IHS back on and only have between a 2-3C raise in temps with it on.

The temps are also a little more even. Maybe a better block will keep temps more even.
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Has anyone dremel-ed their IHS so only the edges of it are left? If I were going to delid, I wouldn't chicken out, I'd want to direct cool the die while still having enough of the IHS to use the stock bracket. Or just use a 2.5mm thick shim...that would work too per package specs from Intel.
I thought that same exact thing, but there were not enough direct die champions out there, so I just used cool lab like most of the guys on the list. why don't you dremel yours first then I will.
   
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Has anyone dremel-ed their IHS so only the edges of it are left? If I were going to delid, I wouldn't chicken out, I'd want to direct cool the die while still having enough of the IHS to use the stock bracket. Or just use a 2.5mm thick shim...that would work too per package specs from Intel.
I thought that same exact thing, but there were not enough direct die champions out there, so I just used cool lab like most of the guys on the list. why don't you dremel yours first then I will.

I'm still on the fence. On the one hand a 3770k only costs me $186 so a mistake wouldn't be a huge deal, but on the other it's a fair amount of work to potentially crack the die. Going to ye-olde-toolbox now to see if I have a dremel bit that could just can-opener the IHS, leaving the glue that holds the IHS alone and attacking the edge instead.
post #14517 of 34072
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I'm still on the fence. On the one hand a 3770k only costs me $186 so a mistake wouldn't be a huge deal, but on the other it's a fair amount of work to potentially crack the die. Going to ye-olde-toolbox now to see if I have a dremel bit that could just can-opener the IHS, leaving the glue that holds the IHS alone and attacking the edge instead.
study the shape and size of the die, notice it runs parallel to the wings. don't get close to the nugget center. Good Luck!

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Checking the specs again, it wouldn't work. The die is lower than the height of the wings (nice term), so heatsink would be making contact with them instead of the die.
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Checking the specs again, it wouldn't work. The die is lower than the height of the wings (nice term), so heatsink would be making contact with them instead of the die.
the direct die thing works at all because the green plastic part of the socket support the bottom of the chip evenly, although too much heatsink pressure cause the die part of the chip to bend in; and not enough pressure will fail contact on all the pins. good to see your thinking it through but still experimental. if you do delid cutting the glue is easest with a thinner razor blade, push it in a corner and rock it into a side x 4. Cool Lab Ultra thermal paste is what I recommend from my experience. Godspeed.
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You can modify your waterblock to fit the die 'inside' it...I think Joa3d43 did that already. thumb.gif
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