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post #32831 of 33114
Just a heads up if you guys missed it. I have a thread in the freebies section for free use of my delid tool. I'm going to ship it out to the first person today.

http://www.overclock.net/forum/newestpost/1627022
post #32832 of 33114
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Originally Posted by Sedril View Post

Finally pulled the trigger and de-lidded both my 7700k CPU's...

I can't believe how easy it was with the Rockit 88 tool... Dropped around 13 - 15 C so I'm happy..

On one I used the Cool Laboratory Liquid metal, and on the other I used the Kryonaut Thermal Grizzly stuff... I have only tested the liquid metal one so far... I'll test the other when I have time and compare the temp difference if any...

On another note, I have a friend that's a high level manager at Intel here in Portland, OR and I showed him the pics of what I had done and explained that Intel should really have another chip offering that has this already done from the manufacturer... He said he would bring it up and see what they say...


Did you reattach the IHS, and if so, with what?
post #32833 of 33114
Yes I did reattach it. I didn't want any movement. And with the re-lid tool it's easy to make sure it's compressed the entire cure time so there isn't any gap...

I used this RTV material: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JH0KGV2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Works great. I didn't use as much as Intel does at stock but I covered the four corners with some space in between... I would never use superglue, and I wouldn't leave it un-attached, I think the RTV in small amounts is perfect... I leave it in the clamp for the full 24 hour cure time...

The first one I de-lidded I actually popped it off the next day just to be sure my method was good... Once I knew it was good to go I redid it, then I did my second one as well...
post #32834 of 33114
Hi,

Anyone know if the "EK-Supremacy PreciseMount Add-on Naked Ivy" works with a i7 7700K?

Thanks,

Nick
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Hi,

Anyone know if the "EK-Supremacy PreciseMount Add-on Naked Ivy" works with a i7 7700K?

Thanks,

Nick

ohhh I would have to dig deep for that one

I remember people having a discussion here on these boards about naked DIE cooling for Skylake
and having a rep from EK saying it fits

but a user or 2 actually tried it and it didn't work

seeing as ivy bridge, skylake and kaby lake have all different thicknesses for the IHS and substrate I'd say no

also give this a read

https://m.hardocp.com/article/2017/02/07/7600k_naked_die_cooling_temperature_followup/

or watch the vid

but he got a reduction of 3 degrees out of it
and the DIE is rather small, making mistakes when mounting a cooler easy to do
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post #32836 of 33114
Alright boyos! My results.


My Rockit Cool delid/relid kit showed up today. Took me about 45 minutes to do everything. Was super nervous! And very happy with the results.



Just for an Apples to Apples comparison to start. I used my Asus Maximus IX motherboard "5.0Ghz Preset Overclock" for a benchmark with temperatures & Prime95 for about 30 minutes with those settings for about 20 minutes. (They are crapping preset setting Voltage way to high) Anyway's the deault Asus settings was like 1.46V @ 5.0Ghz.

Prior to Delid, at this setting I hit a scary 92C

After Delid max 65C!!!!

So a 25C improvement. insane.

Under more real, custom settings. Unfortunately I don't think I got a 5.0 chip. I could only get Prime95 not to report errors at 5.0ghz if I was at 1.42v (No crashes tho). But as soon as I dropped the chip to 4.9ghz @ 1.28v I was stable with no errors + max temp of 52c.

Previous to all this my chip was hitting 65C at stock 4.5v..


This was all done with a Corsair H100i v2 with 4 Corsair SP120's fans in (Push/Pull)
Also I ended up using rubber sealant, no glu. So it never looks like its even been opened in case of re-sale.

Thank you everybody here for the guidance!

~BPP~
post #32837 of 33114
After a painful 2 nights of swapping my motherboard out and figuring out why my system doesn't POST it comes down to my oldass Radeon 7850 not having a UEFI BIOS and having major incompatibilities with these new motherboards. I suppose I will retire a former Bitcoin mining champion and pulled the trigger on a new GTX 1060. While it's a huge upgrade over the 7850, the old card was good enough for Dota 2.

So now finally I'm ready to delid. Has anyone tried re-delidding after the 4 drops of super glue? Is it hard?
post #32838 of 33114
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After a painful 2 nights of swapping my motherboard out and figuring out why my system doesn't POST it comes down to my oldass Radeon 7850 not having a UEFI BIOS and having major incompatibilities with these new motherboards. I suppose I will retire a former Bitcoin mining champion and pulled the trigger on a new GTX 1060. While it's a huge upgrade over the 7850, the old card was good enough for Dota 2.

So now finally I'm ready to delid. Has anyone tried re-delidding after the 4 drops of super glue? Is it hard?

Do not use super glue. Way too strong. You want adhesive or gasket sealant.
    
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What's best delid tool for 6850k?
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post #32840 of 33114
Done with my delid! I used the following:

- Rockit Cool

- Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra (for the die)

- Thermo Grizzly Kryonaut (on top of IHS)

- Red Silicone RTV for re-sealing

Images below. A few things I did learn though as well as a few thoughts:

- Probably used too much RTV to reseal it back. I would use less in the future. I used a syringe and needle for the thin application.

- Rockit Cool tells you to use your fingers to rub the silicone off the CPU. I tried that but it was slow even with nails. Credit card worked beautifully. Be gentle though because if your card isn't all worn out it may have relatively sharp edges that can remove the silicone fast. I wouldn't recommend using metal credit cards (ahem Chase Sapphire owners). As a tribute to United (RIP), I decided to pull out my old MileagePlus Explorer card.

- Kryonaut was applied horribly as you can see, but I suppose it should still work out in the end once you smash it down and let it spread naturally.

- Not sure if I put enough CLU. I put very little on and was able to spread it and saw little bumps suggesting there's still too much so I tried to get it down to a film. But every video I watched seemed to put way too much and some applied to the IHS too.

As for temperatures? I ran the exact same settings at 4.7 GHz, 1.25V, and while previously I got a max of 84C, my max temp is now down to 71C in Prime 95. A 13C drop in temperature. I'll take it.



















Edited by dmo580 - 4/11/17 at 11:57pm
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