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I got a question... Would anyone have any tips on running a naked chIP (in Sig) under a Noctua d14? I can get a backup mounting bracket for little to no cost a and was wondering if it would be feasable to run her naked..
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Knocked the lid off my 4770 last weekend and redid it with Liquid Ultra. Was surprisingly easy. I also switched from a Koolance 350 to the new EK block and bumped core from 4.3ghz to 4.6ghz. Temps went down from 70c to 50c. Can't seem to go much faster as I'm already at 1.4v and don't want to push more voltage. Plus it's not like I really need to go faster.
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I got a question... Would anyone have any tips on running a naked chIP (in Sig) under a Noctua d14? I can get a backup mounting bracket for little to no cost a and was wondering if it would be feasable to run her naked..

Really not recommended to run a naked chip under a tower cooler since you can't crank the tower tight, it usually ends up being a bad seat to the chip, doing damage to the chip, or damaging the socket itself.
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I got a question... Would anyone have any tips on running a naked chIP (in Sig) under a Noctua d14? I can get a backup mounting bracket for little to no cost a and was wondering if it would be feasable to run her naked..

Really not recommended to run a naked chip under a tower cooler since you can't crank the tower tight, it usually ends up being a bad seat to the chip, doing damage to the chip, or damaging the socket itself.

I second this. I would just run with the IHS while you are on air. You are already seeing the benefits of running a dellided chip. Get water before going naked.
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I second this. I would just run with the IHS while you are on air. You are already seeing the benefits of running a dellided chip. Get water before going naked.

What about using a AIO water cooler without the IHS?
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What's the max "safe" voltage for a 4770k anyway?
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I can try amd explain as im on my phone and cant find a link.

You use the clamping force of the vice alone to split the ihs from the chip. Place the chip upside down in the vice, but with one side of the vice jaw against the PCB, and the other jaw will be against the top edge of the ihs. As you tighten the vice, the glue will shear and you pull the ihs off by hand. Same principle as the block and hammer method. But instead of a quick blow to shear the glue, the vice provides a very steady and very controlled force that will seperate the pieces. There is a video on youtube of it being done with a blow dryer to heat the glue right before the final tightening of the vice, but I skipped this.

Any fails yet using this method?
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Found the video of delidding by squeezing in a vice. Looks like the way to go. Hopefully the glue is never strong enough to bend the pcb. I am debating to hold off a month for devils canyon though. Seems like it could be a smart move.
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Any fails yet using this method?
Not that I know of. I dont see many ways to screw it up. As long as the vice edge is clean and flat to apply even force on the pcb and ihs, there should be no problems. At work today I actually replaced my vice jaws with plastic that is used for cutting boards, I bet that would be 100% fail proof... but im sure we all know that is never possible haha.

I wish I took a pic of it... I will tomorrow
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Honestly, the amount of force it takes to remove the lid using a hammer is very very light. I clamped the lid and just kind of tapped the wood block 3 times and off it came.
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