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@Sharl:
I don't have any experience about delidding (yet) but I've heard that with normal TIMs you get the pump out effect and temps get worse in a few weeks and keep getting worse. With CLU or CLP you won't have this effect and they also transfer the heat more efficiently. So if you don't want to replace it every few weeks you should use CLU/P.
     
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Normal TIMs aren't good for the longevity.
So yes, you might have to replace it every 3-4months.
However if you have CLP/U on it, you should be fine forever smile.gif
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Thanks to you two for your quick and helpful answers! I'll patiently wait for the CLP then. Sadly, it's hard to get around here and waiting for new PC stuff to arrive is one of the few things making me VERY nervous biggrin.gif
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No problem man. Patience is a key trait for overclocking, so see it as good practice smile.gif
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Guys:

1.314MHz
Timings: CL5-9-7-18 1T (bbse ram on haswell)

yikes...
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The plate ASUS designed for a naked Haswell is very interesting. The Maximus VI Extreme should be a great board! Is the plate designed for use with all aftermarket coolers allowing even pressure distribution? Still trying to understand why fabricating a plate like that would help other than even pressure distribution....

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Originally Posted by Spin Cykle View Post

The plate ASUS designed for a naked Haswell is very interesting. The Maximus VI Extreme should be a great board! Is the plate designed for use with all aftermarket coolers allowing even pressure distribution? Still trying to understand why fabricating a plate like that would help other than even pressure distribution....


You figure a normal socket retainer is designed to put pressure on the edges of the IHS, by removing it you lose 1/2mm of thickness. So this must be intended to make up for that loss of thickness, to ensure proper contact with the socket pins.
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Originally Posted by Spin Cykle View Post

The plate ASUS designed for a naked Haswell is very interesting. The Maximus VI Extreme should be a great board! Is the plate designed for use with all aftermarket coolers allowing even pressure distribution? Still trying to understand why fabricating a plate like that would help other than even pressure distribution....


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Originally Posted by Skullwipe View Post

You figure a normal socket retainer is designed to put pressure on the edges of the IHS, by removing it you lose 1/2mm of thickness. So this must be intended to make up for that loss of thickness, to ensure proper contact with the socket pins.

exactly it's meant to better hold the CPU down while you try to do you naked mounts this way you can avoid pin misshaps
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yeah sorry bout that but totally worth seeing that they have holders for naked cpus!

...yeah I finally saw it...GREAT solution... as I am in phase 2 out of 3 of my 'deskputer' build (working on a build-log this week) I am debating what the 3rd board in there - Haswell / ROG Max VI or IVY-E / Rampage V / X89/99...Ivy-E will definitely run in the current X79 Rampage board I have as part of the build, but Haswell, while very nice, isn't quite far enough from a 5.2+ Ivy IMO...hopefully, the first few Haswell delidders will start to post their results...
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So do Haswell delidders have to cover the pcb with something to protect the exposed contacts? I don’t see any way of getting the conductive and capacitive Ultra/Pro on the die without accidentally getting some on those.
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