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Yea i mean its really bowed i put the ihs back on and theres a bit of a gap between the wafer and the IHS so its definitely bowed. Im not sure whats causing the RAM issue but if the contact between the cpu and pins is poor then i could possibly see it happening.

I think its bowing because of the pressure its putting on the die, then since theres nothing under it in the socket under the die its resting on the socket and bending. Im kinda pissed it happened but even more pissed that i tried to bend it back and destroyed it. If its not the cpu and the board needs to be RMAed ill be really pissed haha.

Had a quick power outage yesterday but my PC is on a surge protector, plus it worked fine for hours yesterday. I got one overnighted will try it tomorrow and see what happens. If the ram still doesnt work in 3-4 or will all the sticks in then RMA time.

For me it dropped from 53°C to 46°C going to bare die. If its not the cpu causing the RAM slot issue though not sure if ill go bare die again. Ill definitely delid and CLU it but not sure about bare die. I think the IHS def adds some good rigidity to the wafer so who knows.
    
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Yea i mean its really bowed i put the ihs back on and theres a bit of a gap between the wafer and the IHS so its definitely bowed. Im not sure whats causing the RAM issue but if the contact between the cpu and pins is poor then i could possibly see it happening.

I think its bowing because of the pressure its putting on the die, then since theres nothing under it in the socket under the die its resting on the socket and bending. Im kinda pissed it happened but even more pissed that i tried to bend it back and destroyed it. If its not the cpu and the board needs to be RMAed ill be really pissed haha.

Had a quick power outage yesterday but my PC is on a surge protector, plus it worked fine for hours yesterday. I got one overnighted will try it tomorrow and see what happens. If the ram still doesnt work in 3-4 or will all the sticks in then RMA time.

For me it dropped from 53°C to 46°C going to bare die. If its not the cpu causing the RAM slot issue though not sure if ill go bare die again. Ill definitely delid and CLU it but not sure about bare die. I think the IHS def adds some good rigidity to the wafer so who knows.

Got a pic of the pcb we can see? Maybe next time you go bare don't tighten down so much? If I remember correctly didn't you say you had issues with the socket hitting the block that could of caused you to overtighten on that board maybe? Also you did tell me you put washers onto the posts so you might of added more pressure than originally designed for.
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Got a pic of the pcb we can see? Maybe next time you go bare don't tighten down so much? If I remember correctly didn't you say you had issues with the socket hitting the block that could of caused you to overtighten on that board maybe? Also you did tell me you put washers onto the posts so you might of added more pressure than originally designed for.

Will take one tomorrow i left it in place with the IHS so i dont get dust and wtv else in there. I have washers under the mounting springs so that the spring dont get stuck in hte mounting slots so i dont think that made much difference. Not sure why it happened but it is what it is.

If the new cpu still has ram issues and boot loops then ill know the bent pcb wasnt an issue and it was still making contact and i could eventually go back to bare die again, a 7°C difference is pretty significant. I def need to order more CLU but no sure yet.

Was definitely unexpected just not sure if it was the quick power surge that did it or the cpu or the mobo itself. Find out tomorrow morning. Thank god the place i order from isnt far so i could get it in one day; especially on a friday; thumb.gif
    
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Will take one tomorrow i left it in place with the IHS so i dont get dust and wtv else in there. I have washers under the mounting springs so that the spring dont get stuck in hte mounting slots so i dont think that made much difference. Not sure why it happened but it is what it is.

If the new cpu still has ram issues and boot loops then ill know the bent pcb wasnt an issue and it was still making contact and i could eventually go back to bare die again, a 7°C difference is pretty significant. I def need to order more CLU but no sure yet.

Was definitely unexpected just not sure if it was the quick power surge that did it or the cpu or the mobo itself. Find out tomorrow morning. Thank god the place i order from isnt far so i could get it in one day; especially on a friday; thumb.gif

It would make a difference if you tightening the posts screws all the way down because the springs are a certain height, so are the posts etc so if you're adding 4mm washers that's a lot of extra pressure.
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Is it normal for a delidded 6700k temps to be all around the place 50 and 60 the next second, mine keeps jumping around alot and not making any sense, perhaps I should remount.
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It would make a difference if you tightening the posts screws all the way down because the springs are a certain height, so are the posts etc so if you're adding 4mm washers that's a lot of extra pressure.

No no there def not that thick, there 'mm in diameter maybe 1mm if that. Ill have to take pics of how i have it setup tomorrow with the new cpu.
    
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Pump died one week ago, new pump in today allowed me to rearrange the black box for future cramming whatever I can in there.
Maybe some gpu(s), another 240 top rad, hmm, time.
Also found out another reason why I wont use Phobya LM near my motherboard or processor again, pumped off the IHS and sat on the PCB.
Probably only safe with the isolation of gpu die(s).
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Is it normal for a delidded 6700k temps to be all around the place 50 and 60 the next second, mine keeps jumping around alot and not making any sense, perhaps I should remount.

Plenty of possible reasons for this ranging from die mount, to ihs mount, to block mount, to cooling type, to activity. I do not know about 6700K specifically, only common sense, try again, maybe re apply thermal paste.
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Pump died one week ago, new pump in today allowed me to rearrange the black box for future cramming whatever I can in there.
Maybe some gpu(s), another 240 top rad, hmm, time.
Also found out another reason why I wont use Phobya LM near my motherboard or processor again, pumped off the IHS and sat on the PCB.
Probably only safe with the isolation of gpu die(s).
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That looks like far too much LM to me, I don't use anywhere near that amount on my die and block.
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For those that use nail polish for covering the transistors on the CPU... how many layers do you guys use? Any specific brand? Now that I'm getting my GTX970 back I think I'll use some CLU again on it, but this time ditch the tape for something more protective...
I'm sure my SO wouldn't mind a trip to Ulta...with ulterior motives involved...
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