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post #8421 of 33408
On the die liquid pro or ultra is better by 10 to 15 degrees because it's the closest thing to actual solder. On the IHS it's only a few degrees better.

The razor slipped and went it too far and chipped the die. There was a lot of resistance and then all the sudden there was none, then oops!
post #8422 of 33408
And also, from what I have been hearing my h100i Is already underperforming prior to delid.

Would this be the best solution?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbH1mhZWRn8

What kind of difference would I see?

Is there a better way?
post #8423 of 33408
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Yea I just watched it von. Thank You.

it seems easy to an extent but I have a question.

From that video it looks like the blade is a really tight fit. Is it actually relatively hard to cut into the side? by just focusing on keeping the blade perfectly verticle a person going slowly and with attention to detail would it be easy to not cut anything but the glue?

And how much harder is it to do with just a box cutter blade. The actual box cutter I have doesnt potrude enough of the blade to really be confident in this application and is bulky and awkward and made of steel.

dont forget, were delidding old pentiums, that where in computers for like 10 years ..lol
its harder to get the blade into the corners that way,
thats why its best to delid your ivy as soon as possible, the longer its in there, the "harder"it is to get a blade into a corner..
the choice of blade is upto you, but most peeps here say, a razorblade works very well,
something like this,


this one works well too,

bit safer to work with, but you can also tape one side of the razor blade above

after doing all those pentiums with my kids,
we now say, "its not what you use to delid, its how you use it"

with any blade you use, you can mess the delid up,
i delidded mine before i joined here, theres so much more info now thanks to this thread

yea, keep the blade right angled all the time, and youll be fine ..

dont let it go to either side..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/15/13 at 5:28am
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And also, from what I have been hearing my h100i Is already underperforming prior to delid.

Would this be the best solution?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbH1mhZWRn8

What kind of difference would I see?

Is there a better way?

yeah , i know the ultimate way to get the most out your H100
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbpb23yTK8
skip to 6-7 min...LOL

( i can do funny too sometimes Kolt21 ..LOL )
jk with ya wink.gif
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yeah , i know the ultimate way to get the most out your H100
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbpb23yTK8
skip to 6-7 min...LOL

HAHAHAHA, i saw that before, just insane.
post #8426 of 33408
Understood guys - I will get liquid pro or ultra if I actually de-lid.
Come to think of it, I couldn't find much difference between pro vs ultra:
Price wise identical:
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=TH-013-CL
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=TH-005-CL

Although ULTRA seems easier to wipe off.

Then for THAT application, I saw on their site, it is a spread technique.
Thus for liquid pro/ultra, how do you guys apply it both on the die and above it.

Do you also apply liquid pro and/or suggest it for everything in that respect?
Or MX4 for the top, liquid pro at the "bottom"?

EDIT:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/274824-11-thermal-compound-roundup-2011

Read that.
Seems like liquid pro is a bit dangerous when coming to removal?
As for MX4 on the top of the IHS - seems like there's no difference there.
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 1/15/13 at 5:23am
post #8427 of 33408
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Understood guys - I will get liquid pro or ultra if I actually de-lid.
Come to think of it, I couldn't find much difference between pro vs ultra

Then for THAT application, I saw on their site, it is a spread technique.
Thus for liquid pro/ultra, how do you guys apply it both on the die and above it.

Do you also apply liquid pro and/or suggest it for everything in that respect?
Or MX4 for the top, liquid pro at the "bottom"?

EDIT:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/274824-11-thermal-compound-roundup-2011

Read that.
Seems like liquid pro is a bit dangerous when coming to removal?
As for MX4 on the top of the IHS - seems like there's no difference there.

On the die, use pro.. On the ihs you can use mx-4 no problem..
post #8428 of 33408
Totally Dubbed mx-4 is pretty bad for the die even ceramique is better about 6/7ºc difference compared to mx-4. Try to order some CLP its really worth it for the IHS you can use MX-4 for the die stay away from it.
post #8429 of 33408
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

yeah , i know the ultimate way to get the most out your H100
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbpb23yTK8
skip to 6-7 min...LOL

( i can do funny too sometimes Kolt21 ..LOL )
jk with ya wink.gif

Im gonna need a bigger case... alot of sleeving and.....alright you got me. That was actually hilarious. Especially when the guy says in a over excited european accent "Its Actually Quite Tidy" "And Its So Quiet" As you look at a rats nest of cords and hear what sounds like a twin turbo jet engine in the background taking off.

hahahaha

but on a serious note, do cougars provide the highest cfm?

is 2 on top 2 on bottom the optimal way to run h100i? (WITH IT STILL FITTIN IN THE CASE VON DUTCH) lol

And the BIG question I have is. What benefit am I going to see? I forget who said it but earlier someone said that my H100i is NOT performing optimally if its getting 86c pre-delid on 1.3v and that my problem is using stock fan setup.

And I would really like to light the **** up if possible without compromising on cooling. After all, Its more exciting to buy fans when they will bring more cool lighting effects to the table as well.
post #8430 of 33408
[quote name=

with any blade you use, you can mess the delid up,
i delidded mine before i joined here, theres so much more info now thanks to this thread

yea, keep the blade right angled all the time, and youll be fine ..

dont let it go to either side..[/quote]

I am feeling alot more confident about it but I hear nightmare stories of, "well yea it looked easy when I watched a vid so I just did it the same and for some reason when the glue finally gave my blade didnt stop like the videos, it just slammed right into the die."

And that is quite terrifying considering the pressure you obviously have to use. Your sons hand was clearly holding the cpu extremely tight, was he applying equal pressure with the blade or just moderate. I want my blade to just slide to a stop like that one did. And like I said I feel I may just be over thinking this way to much because of whats at stake..... but people keep saying the pressure required to cut the glue will send the blade soaring into the die like a bullet. Q_Q

EDIT: Wanted to clarify to all who are interested. My CLP and arctic silver is on its way, will be arriving in a day or two, I am delidding not one but TWO i7 3770k's. I will be delidding as soon as the package arrives. I cannot afford to **** up either CPU, I have 2 identical comps, whatever I do to one, I do to the other. So if I get new fans, they both get new fans, if I delid, they both get delidded.

I absolutely cannot afford to **** up either delid, and That is not going to stop be from delidding. I cant be talked out of it. What I am trying to do right now is get as much information as I can to not be crying on here later. lol

I plan to join the club so real soon ill need to do a test on my current Overclock that can be posted here for before and after. Prime95 didnt save my 26 hour small ftt test so I need to use something else. What is the fastest test for club joining purposes?

I will be posting Both computers in my sig as my 2 chips are wildly different in terms of overclockability. one seems above average, the other isnt such a lottery winner.

Ill get a cool avatar of my delid as well.

I am EVEN considerring making a vid of the delid. But no guarantees there. It would be helpful for noobs coming later in my boat wanting to see a first timer do it with everything at stake and no way to replace the cpu's. Its alot harder to work up the courage in my circumstances.
Edited by Kolt21 - 1/15/13 at 5:47am
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