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When we spoke about the CPU PCB being bent you said your chip was badly bent where as mine was minor. You are changing the pressure on you're very convex cpu block meaning you're bending the pcb more, it will force the pins to break contact eventually.

Yea i thought it was badly bent, then i checked it side by side with the new one and i guess even new ones arent completely flat thumb.gif so im ok with that. I dont think its changing the pressure because i tried the pressure paper with the washers and it was totally fine. I posted the pic before and the center of the die had very minimal pressure was the 2 small edges of the die had good pressure.
    
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Yea i thought it was badly bent, then i checked it side by side with the new one and i guess even new ones arent completely flat thumb.gif so im ok with that. I dont think its changing the pressure because i tried the pressure paper with the washers and it was totally fine. I posted the pic before and the center of the die had very minimal pressure was the 2 small edges of the die had good pressure.

Fair enough.
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My cpu is alive after all. I've reseated the waterblock and tighten the screws all the way down. The computer boots up and business as usual. I shaved off about 16C, now at ~73C on my hottest core with 1.3716Vcore - 4.6ghz.
But I had to resort to thermal paste this time as I've ran out of CLU (I had to reseat the waterblock twice).
Thanks guys.
Also big ups to rockit88 for their delidding tool.

Edited by Castaile - 8/7/16 at 10:16pm
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My cpu is alive after all. I've reseated the waterblock and tighten the screws all the way down. The computer boots up and business as usual. I shaved off about 16C, now at ~73C on my hottest core with 1.3716Vcore - 4.6ghz.
But I had to resort to thermal paste this time as I've ran out of CLU (I had to reseat the waterblock twice).
Thanks guys.
Also big ups to rockit88 for their delidding tool.

Those temps will change FAST lol. Glad it works, your temps will start creeping up with TIM, depending on which you use so just watch the temps. Thats the only reason people use CLU is because it lasts, thermal efficiency is about the same as the best TIMs.

For me using Noctua and Hydronaut, my temps were IDENTICAL bare die with both TIMs and CLU. Issue was, the temps with the TIMs changed quite rapidly, within a day or two. I switched to CLU, the temps are the same but they dont creep.
    
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This video got me thinking... Warning: 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

If you were going down that road then I would use a vice to hold the PCB and the adjustable wrench on the IHS
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@bluej511 thanks for the headups! I'll monitor the temps closely. I'll be resisting my tweaking itch for now

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

I would like to see how this tool performs on a broadwell-c.

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I would like to see how this tool performs on a broadwell-c.

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He hasn't made one for Broadwell C yet but i do believe he has plans on doing so.
    
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My cpu is alive after all. I've reseated the waterblock and tighten the screws all the way down. The computer boots up and business as usual. I shaved off about 16C, now at ~73C on my hottest core with 1.3716Vcore - 4.6ghz.
But I had to resort to thermal paste this time as I've ran out of CLU (I had to reseat the waterblock twice).
Thanks guys.
Also big ups to rockit88 for their delidding tool.

Like Blue said, watch your temps due to pump out, would highly recommend CLU as your temps at 1.3v ish are just as high as mine at 1.45vish.
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Too bad the Dell board is proprietary. Love to see if this CPU is over lockable at all without having to purchase a new board right away. Found a MVIIGene for $178 but since I'm putting a 140 loop together first we know where that money is going. :blushsmile

Gonna put hydronaut on the chip to get a better idea if delidding is gonna be worth it. If it was a K chip then I wouldn't question it at all. Since it's not I'd rather not drop too much on this Dell if I don't have to. Have an EVO and a xTop coming as well as a Res. Have a D5 vario as well as some Monsoon fittings laying around. So fan, radiator, tubing and radiator stands is all I need to cool the 4790. thumb.gif

Maybe once I get a Maximus VII Gene, we'll get the delid party started. thinking.gif

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