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Going to delid my 3770K tomorrow and was hoping you guys could give me some advice on how to safely remove all the left over black silicone and how to best reattach the IHS. I got this tool: http://rockitcool.myshopify.com/

That should pop the IHS off pretty safely. Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra for the replacement IHS TIM, Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme for the waterblock. I have some gel control super glue and was wondering if that would be enough to secure the IHS and where you guys would put it. I would ideally just use a couple dots to keep the IHS firm enough to stay put when I lock the cpu back down to the socket.

I literally JUST delided my CPU lastnight. I took off the adhesive this morning. You can see my pictures from the previous page. I used a couple of credit cards. I just used the rounded corners and angled it like at 45 degrees and pushed a fair amount. I could see it taking off the adhesive. It'll dull pretty quick so I kept using all 4 edges then switched to a different card.
After that I used some windex to clean it all up then it was good to go! Best of luck! I was super nervous deliding mine last night but total success! thumb.gifthumb.giftongue.gif
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Going to delid my 3770K tomorrow and was hoping you guys could give me some advice on how to safely remove all the left over black silicone and how to best reattach the IHS. I got this tool: http://rockitcool.myshopify.com/

That should pop the IHS off pretty safely. Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra for the replacement IHS TIM, Gelid Solutions GC-Extreme for the waterblock. I have some gel control super glue and was wondering if that would be enough to secure the IHS and where you guys would put it. I would ideally just use a couple dots to keep the IHS firm enough to stay put when I lock the cpu back down to the socket.

I have that.

Works like a charm man.

I just used a little bit of alcohol to soak the black silicone and used the tip end of a spudger and got it off the IHS and the PCB.
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So I really don't want to kill the face of the 6700k. At least not right now... and so I'm going to use a normal thermal paste. There's been a few great reviews about the Cooler Master MasterGel Nano thermal paste. Figured I'd give that a go. Supposedly this Silverstone stuff I used has pretty bad thermal properties! So I'm hoping I can get a few C better with this new stuff! Thankfully I've got a Newegg Premier account so I should have the stuff maybe by the weekend or Monday? thumb.gif
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Here it is!!!

Successful razor delid!
It was SUPER nerve racking at first getting the blade into the glue but once it was in, walla, cut it like butter. Anytime it stopped cutting though it felt like I was cutting into the PCB.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Before:


After:

OCN name: Cakewalk_S
CPU: Intel i7-6700k
on die-TIM: CLU
ihs-TIM: Silverstone Thermal Grease (came with the NT06-Pro cooler)
Mhz gained: 0
OC after delid: 0
Temp drops: 9-10C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: N/A

Just testing for now! Will increase overclock once I figure out how these Asus bios work...thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

Very happy camper! I bet I'd drop another 3-5C if I use CLU between the IHS and cooler.

You're In! biggrin.gif Slappa Dat Sig On! thumb.gif
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So far a successful delid! Cleanly popped the IHS off with the Rockitcool tool although I think this was a one off. The threads to the pressing screw kinda stripped themselves in the process. The old TIM was totally rock hard and just crumbled away.






Reapplied the Liquidmetal to the die, reattached the IHS with 4 tiny dots of superglue, reattached the water block with GC-Extreme. Forgot to take a shot of the Liquidmetal applied but i had it exactly like others have. Super thin coat applied by putting a drop on the brush and painting it on keeping it on the die only.


CPU-Z validated Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4422.6 MHz (http://valid.x86.fr/jpy6yd)


Before:




After (a near 20C drop!):




Right now at idle its 30C with coolant at 23.7C.
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So far a successful delid! Cleanly popped the IHS off with the Rockitcool tool although I think this was a one off. The threads to the pressing screw kinda stripped themselves in the process. The old TIM was totally rock hard and just crumbled away.






Reapplied the Liquidmetal to the die, reattached the IHS with 4 tiny dots of superglue, reattached the water block with GC-Extreme. Forgot to take a shot of the Liquidmetal applied but i had it exactly like others have. Super thin coat applied by putting a drop on the brush and painting it on keeping it on the die only.


CPU-Z validated Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4422.6 MHz (http://valid.x86.fr/jpy6yd)


Before:




After (a near 20C drop!):




Right now at idle its 30C with coolant at 23.7C.

This is exactly what the owner of entersetup told me about the rockit tool and why i stayed away from it. Plastic threads. My tool has a metal insert thank god. Glad it worked out and nice temp drops.
    
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This is exactly what the owner of entersetup told me about the rockit tool and why i stayed away from it. Plastic threads. My tool has a metal insert thank god. Glad it worked out and nice temp drops.

If you mention it to the Rockit owner, he will change the design. Feedback is invaluable. Also not sure how the threads stripped on the rockit, maybe the slide was too tight or loose for that to happen. The reason I say this is because on the de8auer over priced tool, if the slide is in the wrong way it will cause the threads to strip, but there is no indication on the slide as to which the correct orientation is.
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If you mention it to the Rockit owner, he will change the design. Feedback is invaluable. Also not sure how the threads stripped on the rockit, maybe the slide was too tight or loose for that to happen. The reason I say this is because on the de8auer over priced tool, if the slide is in the wrong way it will cause the threads to strip, but there is no indication on the slide as to which the correct orientation is.

I did email the owner. Thanked him for making the tool and just told him that as contructive feedback. I did notice as I applied pressure the halves did start to flex and separate. But i absolutely thumb tightened the lock down screws hard as the instructions said to do. I just think plain acetal is not string enough to deal with that kind of pressure on thin threads. The slide was freely moving and does not fall out. It was also in the right position as theres no damage to the IHS and it popped off clean so it seems to have cupped the IHS as intended as it pushed.
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I did email the owner. Thanked him for making the tool and just told him that as contructive feedback. I did notice as I applied pressure the halves did start to flex and separate. But i absolutely thumb tightened the lock down screws hard as the instructions said to do. I just think plain acetal is not string enough to deal with that kind of pressure on thin threads.

The delid mate tool is the same, the threads are fine honestly, but as I stated before, if the slide hits the bottom half of the IHS then you'll have a lot of extra pressure and it will obviously strip the threads etc.
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The delid mate tool is the same, the threads are fine honestly, but as I stated before, if the slide hits the bottom half of the IHS then you'll have a lot of extra pressure and it will obviously strip the threads etc.

Ah gotcha. Its possible that happened. I heard a click before the pop. Opened it, saw nothing then tried again. Heard a click and it advanced further until finally the pop i wanted. So its possible the slide hit and popped over the lower lip but never properly seated over the top ridge of the IHS.
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