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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.
And I heartily recommend the entersetup delid tool, forget Amazon, lol.smile.gif
https://www.entersetup.com/

Edit:
bluej511 steered me over to this great delidding tool a while ago, shipping is very fast from entersetup.thumb.gif
Edited by DerComissar - 8/4/16 at 12:18pm
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I just want to bring up how awesome this forum is. You guys amaze me. I bought my 3570k a few years ago, found out it hit 4.5 at really low volts, but would get uncomfortably warm. Then I found this thread when it was like 10 pages deep, and people were just starting to dellid with a blade...It scared the crap out of me, but I nutted up and did it anyway.

Fast forward a couple years and over 1000 pages, and now we have almost fool proof devices you can order off of Amazom or have custom printed!

My 3570k has been a 5.0Ghz 24/7 magnificent chip for going on 3 years now, and it would have never broke 4.5 without the help found in this thread...

Hats off to OCN and the pioneers in this thread. Thanks guys!
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And I heartily recommend the entersetup delid tool, forget Amazon, lol.smile.gif
https://www.entersetup.com/

Edit:
bluej511 steered me over to this great delidding tool a while ago, shipping is very fast from entersetup.thumb.gif

Alternatively; http://rockitcool.myshopify.com/
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I just want to bring up how awesome this forum is. You guys amaze me. I bought my 3570k a few years ago, found out it hit 4.5 at really low volts, but would get uncomfortably warm. Then I found this thread when it was like 10 pages deep, and people were just starting to dellid with a blade...It scared the crap out of me, but I nutted up and did it anyway.

Fast forward a couple years and over 1000 pages, and now we have almost fool proof devices you can order off of Amazom or have custom printed!

My 3570k has been a 5.0Ghz 24/7 magnificent chip for going on 3 years now, and it would have never broke 4.5 without the help found in this thread...

Hats off to OCN and the pioneers in this thread. Thanks guys!
its great to see an i5 hitting 5ghz. i am hopeful that mine will after i delid and run bare because it hits 4.8ghz on water at 1.3 volts. seeing as many people put 1.4/.5 volts through their haswell and dc chips on this thread i reckon i have a decent shot smile.gif ( I own a 4690k)
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^ that is how i run mine, naked, under an older EK block with some liquid metal. Its been demoted from my main rig to the BMO build in my sig, but i didnt see any reason to drop the overclock or take out the watercooling. Great little chip. Probably will outlive my Haswell-E (crap overclocker)
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This video got me thinking...
Why can't I go through the exact same process but with 2 of these: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanley-MaxSteel-6-in-Adjustable-Wrench-90-947/203710898?keyword=adjustable+wrench+stanley

So basically instead of 4 sided pressure points on the CPU I'll have 3. Looks like the inside groove of the adjustable wrench is quite straight which will add another pressure point when I'm trying to twist off the IHS... So basically I'd have pressure on 3 sides of the chip... The IHS will be no problem getting gripped by the wrench...but just wondering if 3 sides in the wrench will be enough to prevent any damage...thinking.gif
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This video got me thinking... Spoiler! (Click to show)

Why can't I go through the exact same process but with 2 of these: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanley-MaxSteel-6-in-Adjustable-Wrench-90-947/203710898?keyword=adjustable+wrench+stanley

So basically instead of 4 sided pressure points on the CPU I'll have 3. Looks like the inside groove of the adjustable wrench is quite straight which will add another pressure point when I'm trying to twist off the IHS... So basically I'd have pressure on 3 sides of the chip... The IHS will be no problem getting gripped by the wrench...but just wondering if 3 sides in the wrench will be enough to prevent any damage...thinking.gif
That's up to you, but I wouldn't do it, lol.
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The Rockit 88 delid tool worked great!

Makes you a little nervous when it finally breaks free & there's a pretty loud "SNAP" thumb.gif







Interesting that core #2 was the hottest before the delid..

But after, Core #2 is the same temp as the others, And Core #1 is hotter.
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The Rockit 88 delid tool worked great!

Makes you a little nervous when it finally breaks free & there's a pretty loud "SNAP" thumb.gif







Interesting that core #2 was the hottest before the delid..

But after, Core #2 is the same temp as the others, And Core #1 is hotter.

Thats just the way it spread. For me with CLU all my cores are within a couple ° of each other. Fantastic.
    
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The Rockit 88 delid tool worked great!

Makes you a little nervous when it finally breaks free & there's a pretty loud "SNAP" thumb.gif


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Interesting that core #2 was the hottest before the delid..

But after, Core #2 is the same temp as the others, And Core #1 is hotter.

Could be anything, uneven spread, not enough or too much paste or the IHS moved when clamping messing up your application.
I have a naked mount and my first mount gives the best results where temps are even across the cores but then loosening and tightening my block seems to make them uneven again.
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