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How does one de-lid a CPU?

Very carefully. wink.gif
post #12 of 119
With a razor and a lot of patience.
post #13 of 119
Does this work with older EK Blocks like the Supreme HF?
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Very carefully. wink.gif

and with emergency 300$ biggrin.gif
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post #15 of 119
This is EPIC! Wonder if you can overclock more with this since it will definitely keep it cooler wheee.gif
post #16 of 119
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Very carefully. wink.gif

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With a razor and a lot of patience.


Indeed. biggrin.gif
post #17 of 119
I haven't delidded before, personally, but this is a pretty sweet move. Would be curious to see some members here use one of these...
post #18 of 119
The only thing that would be sweeter is if Intel just did it right the first time, or at least from now on.
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How does one de-lid a CPU?

Politely ask to remove their hat before entering the motherboard cafe.
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Politely ask to remove their hat before entering the motherboard cafe.

LOL
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