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H110, though I've always wondered what the difference is on a stock cooler.. Hmmm wink.gif

Maybe I should try that too, must be like the world first overclock on stock HSF for a haswell K-model tongue.gif.

Lets be honest tho, upping vcore 0,1v would probably:

Melt the side of my chassi.
If using PWM, the maelstrom would probably shoot my chassi through the room.
Global warming would increase by 200% in sweden due to heat buildup.
It would be possible to grow cactae in our appartment due to the climat change indoors.
Our food, still in the freezer, would be instantly cooked.
I would experience heatstroke if I didnt consume enough water.
Birds would change their migration pattern to fly past our appartment due to tropical climat.


etc.



No, that might be a bad idea.
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Might be a good idea to try the cpu before I start delidding to make sure it isnt DOA, since this will most likely void a bit of warranty. But will that make the whole delidding business harder?

Yeah definately try it out first just in case, I ran mine for a couple of days just to be sure everything was 100% and get an idea of before temps.
Mine was delided with two little fairy taps and came off easy as, CPU barely even moved. thumb.gif
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Yeah definately try it out first just in case, I ran mine for a couple of days just to be sure everything was 100% and get an idea of before temps.
Mine was delided with two little fairy taps and came off easy as, CPU barely even moved. thumb.gif

Im too much of a coward to put my cpu in a vice. There are these really high-quality floss that I want to give a go. And I have some really thin kevlar fishing wire that should work wonders too, and then Ill finish it off with a razorblade Im thinking.


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Im too much of a coward to put my cpu in a vice. There are these really high-quality floss that I want to give a go. And I have some really thin kevlar fishing wire that should work wonders too, and then Ill finish it off with a razorblade Im thinking.

remember it's just the heat spreader that's going in the vice, it's not like you're holding it in there by the die.
with all the surface mount stuff next to the die on haswell i wouldn't be too keen on that string. or even a razor really.
vice method is so quick n easy theres no way to stuff it up unless you swing at it like your trying to bash a nail in or something and launch your cpu flying.
Just gotta use some common sense.

but whatever you're comfortable with so long as it gets the job done smile.gif
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remember it's just the heat spreader that's going in the vice, it's not like you're holding it in there by the die.
with all the surface mount stuff next to the die on haswell i wouldn't be too keen on that string. or even a razor really.
vice method is so quick n easy theres no way to stuff it up unless you swing at it like your trying to bash a nail in or something and launch your cpu flying.
Just gotta use some common sense.

but whatever you're comfortable with so long as it gets the job done smile.gif

Yes, I say blade for Ivy/anything older and hammer for Haswell, hey Hammer and Haswell both start with H wink.gif
 
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Yes, I say blade for Ivy/anything older and hammer for Haswell, hey Hammer and Haswell both start with H wink.gif

Why? Recommending the razor method at all seems archaic now considering vice is so much safer.
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Why? Recommending the razor method at all seems archaic now considering vice is so much safer.

The razor method is not A bad way of de-lidding at all.. If you use the right tools.....

1. Ultra thin Razor... (but a new one not one that's blunt and chipped) *** NOT A BOX CUTTER OR ANY SUCH THING***

2. some masking tape to rap around the back side of the blade... ( For more control and to stop you cutting your self)

3. The most important... CONTROL!!! ( If you use controlled pressure... the ultra thin blade goes through silicon like hot butter)

took me like 3-4 mins to cut off the IHS if that!!! it took a lot more time to get the Silicon off the PCB and IHS rolleyes.gif

I just could not hit my CPU with a Hammer and a bit of wood...worriedsmiley.gif

But I would go with the way you feel good about using..

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Edited by Robbieboy - 6/11/13 at 10:52am
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remember it's just the heat spreader that's going in the vice, it's not like you're holding it in there by the die.
with all the surface mount stuff next to the die on haswell i wouldn't be too keen on that string. or even a razor really.
vice method is so quick n easy theres no way to stuff it up unless you swing at it like your trying to bash a nail in or something and launch your cpu flying.
Just gotta use some common sense.

but whatever you're comfortable with so long as it gets the job done smile.gif

I know from pics where the transistors are on the pcb smile.gif But it will be preeeeetty close:

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The razor method is not A bad way of de-lidding at all.. If you use the right tools.....

1. Ultra thin Razor... (but a new one not one that's blunt and chipped) *** NOT A BOX CUTTER OR ANY SUCH THING***

2. some masking tape to rap around the back side of the blade... ( For more control and to stop you cutting your self)

3. The most important... CONTROL!!! ( If you use controlled pressure... the ultra thin blade goes through silicon like hot butter)

took me like 3-4 mins to cut off the IHS if that!!! it took a lot more time to get the Silicon off the PCB and IHS rolleyes.gif

I just could not hit my CPU with a Hammer and a bit of wood...worriedsmiley.gif

But I would go with the way you feel good bout using..

thumb.gif

I did both methods and found the vice much, much, much more safer, and easier. the fail rate is also much lower. Seems every week there is a thread on here saying, "did I just kill my cpu" using razor method.



Anyways, I ordered CLP will it perform the same as CLU? Excited to see the drop.
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I did my 4770k with the hammer and vice, seemed a lot safer, taking the transistors on top of the PCB into account.
Don't underestimate the risk, they're a lot closer to the edge and stick up quite a bit more than you'd think!

Just a word of warning smile.gif
Good luck thumb.gif
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