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http://www.mediafire.com/download/s915yj3phg21h16/m6e0520.rar

I promise you..... anyone who loves delidding... look at what asus has done....

Do want! Some cool features in there...
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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.

If using liquid metal it probably wouldn't hurt to cover those, dab of LET or nail polish or something should be enough to keep from possible bridging contacts.
    
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If using liquid metal it probably wouldn't hurt to cover those, dab of LET or nail polish or something should be enough to keep from possible bridging contacts.

It's amazing how versatile clear nail polish is, another option is liquid electrical tape.
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Do want! Some cool features in there...
If using liquid metal it probably wouldn't hurt to cover those, dab of LET or nail polish or something should be enough to keep from possible bridging contacts.

...or you could glue on some of that plentiful armour you love to take off every Sabertooth biggrin.gif ...seriously though, I think you do want to cover the exposed contacts - I ended up getting two 20g MX4 tubes, and the lady of the house refuses to wear that on her nails, so I'm set smile.gif
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And if you don’t have a wife/girlfriend with some nail polish for you to use on your newly delidded Haswell chip, then you should maybe spend less time on your rig and fix that other situation.wink.gif
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And if you don’t have a wife/girlfriend with some nail polish for you to use on your newly delidded Haswell chip, then you should maybe spend less time on your rig and fix that other situation.wink.gif

that's a win-win
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Hey guys, I decided to take the plunge and go for it with my 3570k, but I have a question. In the guide's I've found on youtube, they take the IHS off and then reapply it with different thermal paste and put it all back together. I had thought delidding was actually removing the IHS and putting the HSF on the bare die, was I wrong? Is there a significant difference between the two methods when it comes to temperatures/OC potential? Finally, how dangerous is putting it on the bare die? I have this cooler for reference:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103065
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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....


Can't tell from that picture - are those just surface contacts, or do they stick up a little bit?  I'd hate to use the vice method and accidentally knock something off there.

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Hey guys, I decided to take the plunge and go for it with my 3570k, but I have a question. In the guide's I've found on youtube, they take the IHS off and then reapply it with different thermal paste and put it all back together. I had thought delidding was actually removing the IHS and putting the HSF on the bare die, was I wrong? Is there a significant difference between the two methods when it comes to temperatures/OC potential? Finally, how dangerous is putting it on the bare die? I have this cooler for reference:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103065

Well bare die mounting is a bit different. You will have to remove the CPU retention bracket and then probably mod your Hyper 212 mounting system to get the right amount of pressure on the die to make contact with the pins correctly. This is what the IHS and retention bracket does essentially. Unless you have a water-block, or a lot of free time for tweaking and adjusting, I would just put the IHS back on with some liquid metal TIM.
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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....


Thinking about mounting direct to die, is something like this offered for ivy?
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EK makes a direct die mounting kit for ivy bridge, made specifically to work with their supremacy water blocks though.
    
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