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Socket is Haswell and MSI's new motherboard will be featuring that.
would it be possible to just get the bracket?
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Socket is Haswell and MSI's new motherboard will be featuring that.
Of course nothing like this coming in the near future for 1155, or...?
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AFAIK, the product hasn't been released yet and therefore we have no way to tell whether or not we can take it out of the motherboard and put it on other motherboards. To be honest, with diligence , you can easily make your own bracket. When I find the washers I used when I did a naked Ivy run, I'll post here the sizes and everything or tell Valgaur to post the information. smile.gif

I honestly doubt anything like that will come out for 1155 as delidding only became mainstream (in the enthusiast market) after Haswell came out because of its horrible stock temps.
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AFAIK, the product hasn't been released yet and therefore we have no way to tell whether or not we can take it out of the motherboard and put it on other motherboards. To be honest, with diligence , you can easily make your own bracket. When I find the washers I used when I did a naked Ivy run, I'll post here the sizes and everything or tell Valgaur to post the information. smile.gif

I honestly doubt anything like that will come out for 1155 as delidding only became mainstream (in the enthusiast market) after Haswell came out because of its horrible stock temps.

But Haswell is only like 5-10c worse than ivy when running the same load, the jump from sandy to ivy was much more dramatic
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AFAIK, the product hasn't been released yet and therefore we have no way to tell whether or not we can take it out of the motherboard and put it on other motherboards. To be honest, with diligence , you can easily make your own bracket. When I find the washers I used when I did a naked Ivy run, I'll post here the sizes and everything or tell Valgaur to post the information. smile.gif

I honestly doubt anything like that will come out for 1155 as delidding only became mainstream (in the enthusiast market) after Haswell came out because of its horrible stock temps.

But Haswell is only like 5-10c worse than ivy when running the same load, the jump from sandy to ivy was much more dramatic

But 80C temps from Ivy weren't pushing the limit, some Haswells have been seen to hit 100C on stock clocks. That's when people start finding ways to lower temps.

Although I think Ivy should get a product similar to this, I don't think it will happen. That's my personal opinion on the matter. Just remember that in a couple of years, people will probably start upgrading and hopefully that type of bracket will be sold on all brands.
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But 80C temps from Ivy weren't pushing the limit, some Haswells have been seen to hit 100C on stock clocks. That's when people start finding ways to lower temps.

Although I think Ivy should get a product similar to this, I don't think it will happen. That's my personal opinion on the matter. Just remember that in a couple of years, people will probably start upgrading and hopefully that type of bracket will be sold on all brands.
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Of course nothing like this coming in the near future for 1155, or...?

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would it be possible to just get the bracket?

If it's working on an 1150 socket, it will work for 1155, and 1156 also, THEY USE THE SAME CPU retention brackets!!!!!!

The only question is, will MSI sell it separately?

Edit: Just going by the photos of the bracket, it just replaces the hold down clamp assembly just as the CPU/board blocks do for the Impact/P8Z77-I blocks from EK and Bitspower do.

So it should work on any LGA 115X boards.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 4/10/14 at 1:40pm
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But 80C temps from Ivy weren't pushing the limit, some Haswells have been seen to hit 100C on stock clocks. That's when people start finding ways to lower temps.

Although I think Ivy should get a product similar to this, I don't think it will happen. That's my personal opinion on the matter. Just remember that in a couple of years, people will probably start upgrading and hopefully that type of bracket will be sold on all brands.

@1.265vcore, i'm peaking ~77 encoding with HT on, not hitting 70 with it off, on air, no delid

it's hardly 20c hotter than ivy bridge - a bit, but not that much.

Most of the added heat is from running stuff faster. They draw a completely ridiculous amount of power pushing 200-250gflops in Linpack
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im getting an LGA 1155 ivy bridge Celeron G1610, i wont be overclocking. however, it will be running 24/7 at about 20-40% load with a passive cooler and a 200 mm fan above it, is De-lidding worth it on this processor
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im getting an LGA 1155 ivy bridge Celeron G1610, i wont be overclocking. however, it will be running 24/7 at about 20-40% load with a passive cooler and a 200 mm fan above it, is De-lidding worth it on this processor

Probably not, unless you want to do it. There won't be much heat going out - with a 3770k/4770k @1.4v, you can be approaching 200 watts that needs to get out of the die - but with this, it's probably much less. It says 55w tdp, but it won't use that much power, so the heat should get out of the die and into the heatsink at a more than acceptable rate, your only worry is cooling the heatsink (delid would not help you to do that, as it just moves heat from cpu to heatsink more easily, does not change the amount of it)
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Probably not, unless you want to do it. There won't be much heat going out - with a 3770k/4770k @1.4v, you can be approaching 200 watts that needs to get out of the die - but with this, it's probably much less. It says 55w tdp, but it won't use that much power, so the heat should get out of the die and into the heatsink at a more than acceptable rate, your only worry is cooling the heatsink (delid would not help you to do that, as it just moves heat from cpu to heatsink more easily, does not change the amount of it)

ok, thanks for the insight.
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