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I don't want to sound like a dreamer, an will attach a pic of pc to prove i have a base to go about deliding, but how would one go about running a cpu without the ihs? I have a 4690k that is overclocked to 4.8 @ 1.3 volts, so i feel its a decent base for a delid (and also my overclock is limited by tempratures, not speed) I have seen people on older forums talking about using a shim to run without ihs. Were can i buy one?

Thats EXACTLY what my first 4690k overclocked too and i miss it haha. I did extensive research and testing and found out that the waterblock will more then likely sit on the cpu socket. You can absolutely use the EKWB naked ivy screws for any other waterblock and should work just fine. Or you can mod your mounting hardware to do as such. Not sure how the xspc works but ive had no issues running bare die for a couple months and will be running my new crapp 4690k at 1.21 4.3x bare die as well.
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have seen the precise mount kit. unfortunately it doesn't work with xspc waterblocks..would i be able to cut a piece of metal to make the contact with the die even?

Read above lol
    
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Or if you cant wait, like I could not wait, delid and apply standard TIM as practice. Then you will be ready for liquid ultra when it shows. This also is more work however.
These are not shims but work for running without the IHS https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-precisemount-add-on-naked-ivy
I have seen the ek presise mount kit. the problem is i have an xspc water block. would it be feasible to custom cut a shim to make it fit evenly?
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Thats EXACTLY what my first 4690k overclocked too and i miss it haha. I did extensive research and testing and found out that the waterblock will more then likely sit on the cpu socket. You can absolutely use the EKWB naked ivy screws for any other waterblock and should work just fine. Or you can mod your mounting hardware to do as such. Not sure how the xspc works but ive had no issues running bare die for a couple months and will be running my new crapp 4690k at 1.21 4.3x bare die as well.
Read above lol
haha missed that smile.gif
i will buy the ek kit and try deliding, probably using CLU.
Thanks smile.gif
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I have seen the ek presise mount kit. the problem is i have an xspc water block. would it be feasible to custom cut a shim to make it fit evenly?
haha missed that smile.gif
i will buy the ek kit and try deliding, probably using CLU.
Thanks smile.gif

Its a crapshoot i believe u need to buy the mounting hardware too if the screws dont screw into your backplate bracket thing. Personally a custom plastic shim or something would work best. It just needs to rest on the cpu socket thats all

Ill check how it mounts and get back to u.

Edit: Ok i took a quick look, looks like its 4 standoffs that mount into the backplate, if the threads are the same the ekwb kit should work. Unfortunately i have no way of checking if the xspc thumb nuts would screw into the ekwb standoffs.

Heres the thread.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1435574/xspc-raystorm-with-ek-naked-ivy-mount-result/0_20
Edited by bluej511 - 8/4/16 at 12:25am
    
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Its a crapshoot i believe u need to buy the mounting hardware too if the screws dont screw into your backplate bracket thing. Personally a custom plastic shim or something would work best. It just needs to rest on the cpu socket thats all

Ill check how it mounts and get back to u.
thanks for your reply
I think it would be a minor miracle if the ek kit used the same thread as the xspc block backplate. if i understand correctly the shims purpose is to keep the pressure on the cpu even, andg stop it been crushed? Right now leaning towards the shim
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thanks for your reply
I think it would be a minor miracle if the ek kit used the same thread as the xspc block backplate. if i understand correctly the shims purpose is to keep the pressure on the cpu even, andg stop it been crushed? Right now leaning towards the shim

Plenty run bare die with no shim, the waterblock puts more pressure on teh cpu socket then on the die. I have pressure paper that proves this as i tested it myself. It might bow your cpu an extremely tiny amount but its nothing to worry about. Its a real problem with skylake. Heres another thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1468701/xspc-raystorm-naked-ivy-haswell-mounting-no-additional-hardware/0_20
    
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Plenty run bare die with no shim, the waterblock puts more pressure on teh cpu socket then on the die. I have pressure paper that proves this as i tested it myself. It might bow your cpu an extremely tiny amount but its nothing to worry about. Its a real problem with skylake. Heres another thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1468701/xspc-raystorm-naked-ivy-haswell-mounting-no-additional-hardware/0_20
thanks heaps smile.gif Favorited that thread
would you recommend spreading out the clu with the brush included, or do the quarter grain of rice method?
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thanks heaps smile.gif Favorited that thread
would you recommend spreading out the clu with the brush included, or do the quarter grain of rice method?

Any and all liquid metals have to be spread in a very thin layer. Use the brush but cut like 1/4 to 1/2 of the bristles off so that the whole brush doesnt absorb the clu.
    
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6700K.

I bought the Rockit 88 tool. Quick and easy.

Replaced the dried out OEM TIM with Conductonaut, tacked the IHS corners back down with black PermaTex.

Before: 4.7 @ 1.355VCore, IBT Maximum - 85°C.

After: 4.83 @ 1.390VCore, IBT Maximum- 71°C.
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How do you find the delid tools on Amazon? I looked and can't seen to find one. I tried "Delid" and "Delid Tool" of various spellings. thinking.gif

Found my Hyper 212 plus and cleaned it up. It's going in Tha Dell soon as I finish the move. biggrin.gif

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How do you find the delid tools on Amazon? I looked and can't seen to find one. I tried "Delid" and "Delid Tool" of various spellings. thinking.gif

Found my Hyper 212 plus and cleaned it up. It's going in Tha Dell soon as I finish the move. biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

That one is on gofund or something i think, one i use is entersetup.com. Made from the same material.
    
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