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...and now you can try that on several more CPUs, just cozy up to your favourite Intel dealer... 3770K $60, 3930K $155 drool.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1389378/intel-retail-edge-the-summer-deal-i7-3770k-starting-60-shipping-i7-3930k-starting-155-shipping-starting-may-15th

....how... gimme that 155$ 3930K right MEOW!!!
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Right, VonDutch! He must out there harassing his kids, making them work for him while he sits there and smokes cuban cigars all day long.

Where oh where has my Vooon dutch gone oh where oh where can he beeeeee.
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....how... gimme that 155$ 3930K right MEOW!!!
Where oh where has my Vooon dutch gone oh where oh where can he beeeeee.

...ahem, Holland ? smile.gif
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...and now you can try that on several more CPUs, just cozy up to your favourite Intel dealer... 3770K $60, 3930K $155 drool.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1389378/intel-retail-edge-the-summer-deal-i7-3770k-starting-60-shipping-i7-3930k-starting-155-shipping-starting-may-15th

HA, I just saw this. This is the biggest thing I will miss about working at Radio Shack... Correction, the ONLY thing I miss about working at Radio Shack. Cheap toys. I would use my employees' deals if they wouldn't so I could get 3-4 chips for the price of one. now i have to pay full retail sad-smiley-002.gif:
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HA, I just saw this. This is the biggest thing I will miss about working at Radio Shack... Correction, the ONLY thing I miss about working at Radio Shack. Cheap toys. I would use my employees' deals if they wouldn't so I could get 3-4 chips for the price of one. now i have to pay full retail sad-smiley-002.gif:

I must find a friend for the super cheap 3930K
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So would any Best Buy employee be eligible for that deal? I might be able to talk the two guys over there that I know into getting one for me.
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So would any Best Buy employee be eligible for that deal? I might be able to talk the two guys over there that I know into getting one for me.

Yes, Best Buy employees are eligible.
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Looking to de-lid a 4770K when it comes in. Some questions for those that have done this on IB:

If you do a direct-die CPU cooler mount, is the die too recessed down for a heat sink to contact it without a heat spreader on? Is there any way to leave the clamp/latch of the CPU off so that the CPU cooler can do the double duty of pressing down on the CPU die which presses down on the pins for contact?

If enough pressure is needed, is cracking the die easy to do? I will be using a Koolance 380i CPU cooler.

Trying to go with direct die to cooling block, would Coolabs liquid ultra be quite a bit better than PK4? I've used coolabds Ultra before but didn't see much better results than PK4, but that was on a normal heat spreader mounting.
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Looking to de-lid a 4770K when it comes in. Some questions for those that have done this on IB:

If you do a direct-die CPU cooler mount, is the die too recessed down for a heat sink to contact it without a heat spreader on? Is there any way to leave the clamp/latch of the CPU off so that the CPU cooler can do the double duty of pressing down on the CPU die which presses down on the pins for contact?

If enough pressure is needed, is cracking the die easy to do? I will be using a Koolance 380i CPU cooler.

Trying to go with direct die to cooling block, would Coolabs liquid ultra be quite a bit better than PK4? I've used coolabds Ultra before but didn't see much better results than PK4, but that was on a normal heat spreader mounting.

We still don't know if the 4770k will be soldered or not so it might not be able to be delidded. In my experience with direct die cooling on the 3770k, it is not worth it. I only saw a 2c improvement in temps and it requires a lot of modification. I don't know how much force it would take to crack the die but it can happen and in my opinion, not worth the risk for a couple degrees.
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Well if the 4770K is anything like the 3770K then there's a few things worth mentioning.

1) The clamp has to be removed because the waterblock wont be able to make contact with the die without a thick shim

2) The clamp would be useless anyway because it uses the lips on the IHS to lock the chip in and generate the perfect amount of pressure.

3) EK makes a direct die mounting kit now, but IDK if it's compatible with your block.

What I would do is tighten the block down until it gets tough to turn by hand. Test it, if it doesn't post or you get a CPU error code then you likely need more pressure. So keep turning it half a turn until you get the desired amount of pressure.
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Looking to de-lid a 4770K when it comes in. Some questions for those that have done this on IB:

If you do a direct-die CPU cooler mount, is the die too recessed down for a heat sink to contact it without a heat spreader on? Is there any way to leave the clamp/latch of the CPU off so that the CPU cooler can do the double duty of pressing down on the CPU die which presses down on the pins for contact?

If enough pressure is needed, is cracking the die easy to do? I will be using a Koolance 380i CPU cooler.

Trying to go with direct die to cooling block, would Coolabs liquid ultra be quite a bit better than PK4? I've used coolabds Ultra before but didn't see much better results than PK4, but that was on a normal heat spreader mounting.

A couple guys have done direct die, sonda5 would be the guy to ask.
If you consider changing blocks, EK has a direct die kit for their supremacy blocks. http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-precisemount-add-on-naked-ivy.html
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We still don't know if the 4770k will be soldered or not so it might not be able to be delidded. In my experience with direct die cooling on the 3770k, it is not worth it. I only saw a 2c improvement in temps and it requires a lot of modification. I don't know how much force it would take to crack the die but it can happen and in my opinion, not worth the risk for a couple degrees.

It should be TIM, the 4770k still uses the 3d transistors & that was the reason solder could not be used on ivy bridge.
    
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