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Delid tomorrow morning? Too soon?
Going to get these blades today! Should be a grand time!
http://www.overclock.net/t/1575875/skylake-delid-with-a-razor-blade-slices-through-like-butter-safe-like-a-car-seat

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I'll start with CLU and PK-1 but I might switch over to all CLU depending on temps. thumb.gif

Just start the corner then use a thin piece of plastic like a thin credit cart etc to do the rest. I hope you don't cut a trace on the pcb...
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

Delid tomorrow morning? Too soon?
Going to get these blades today! Should be a grand time!
http://www.overclock.net/t/1575875/skylake-delid-with-a-razor-blade-slices-through-like-butter-safe-like-a-car-seat

thumb.gif

I'll start with CLU and PK-1 but I might switch over to all CLU depending on temps. thumb.gif

Just start the corner then use a thin piece of plastic like a thin credit cart etc to do the rest. I hope you don't cut a trace on the pcb...


Haha I won't! I delided my GTX560 on accident..lol started that modify your IHS club in the Nvidia cooling section...

It looks like all Sky Lake chips have an open spot where there's no adhesive. Perfect place to start with the blade!
Just near the 6 copper leads:
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Haha I won't! I delided my GTX560 on accident..lol started that modify your IHS club in the Nvidia cooling section...

It looks like all Sky Lake chips have an open spot where there's no adhesive. Perfect place to start with the blade!
Just near the 6 copper leads:
Why risk it?

http://www.harborfreight.com/hand-tools/vises-anvils.html

We are talking 20 bucks at most for a Vise.... Save you hours of effort and prevents damage. I don't get why anyone would use a razor blade. It is chip suicide.
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Why risk it?

http://www.harborfreight.com/hand-tools/vises-anvils.html

We are talking 20 bucks at most for a Vise.... Save you hours of effort and prevents damage. I don't get why anyone would use a razor blade. It is chip suicide.

Skylake PCB don't like the vice method man.
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Wow... these Van Der Hagen double sided blades are SUPER thin... and I thought carpet blades were thin... This should be easy! biggrin.gif
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Wow... these Van Der Hagen double sided blades are SUPER thin... and I thought carpet blades were thin... This should be easy! biggrin.gif

The silicone gap is only .05-.06mm so its RIDICULOUSLY thin. Me personally on skylake i would never use a razor blade, there are plenty of affordable delid tools out there that are completely safe. And yes people will say why spend 30-40$ on something you use one. How much do you pay for car insurance a year and pretty much not use it AT ALL haha.

Better safe then sorry, i got mine from entersetup and i would not go any other way. If Skylake is thin, kabylake and wtv else will probably be as well.
    
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Ah, he wants to use a razor blade, so be it.

A man must do what he will do.

Years ago, I successfully delidded two gtx 480 gpus with a razor blade, installed two Acceleros on the naked dies, and got a huge temp. reduction on air.

Now I'm older and more cautious, that's why I invested in the entersetup delidding tool that bluej 511 recommended, and damn glad that I did.
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I have done two ivys a devils canyon and my skylake with razor blade method. All were successful and I would use a razorblade again in a heartbeat. The fancy tools are nice but the feeling of accomplishment is very satisfying after a razor delid. Go for it, Val will be extra proud, should have a second sig for razor delidded members. Or maybe one for people that buy the plastic delid tools with a pacifier at the end smile.gif
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I have done two ivys a devils canyon and my skylake with razor blade method. All were successful and I would use a razorblade again in a heartbeat. The fancy tools are nice but the feeling of accomplishment is very satisfying after a razor delid. Go for it, Val will be extra proud, should have a second sig for razor delidded members. Or maybe one for people that buy the plastic delid tools with a pacifier at the end smile.gif
Yeah, but it's a nice pacifier, lol.tongue.gif
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Yeah, but it's a nice pacifier, lol.tongue.gif

Touche
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