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No, it would increase costs due to the additional SKU and logistics.

The cost of mass produced products is not just the manufacturing or material costs.

Not really, it would specifically depend on the actual production process that Intel uses. My best guess would be that the IHS is added at or towards the end of the process. Under those circumstances, I highly doubt that additional overhead generated from transferring the CPUs from Work in Process to Finished Goods at that stage of production would exceed the material and any labor costs associated with installing copper heatspreaders.

This is of course assuming that these "naked" CPUs would be a mass produced product line, and not made to order. Under the latter, the production costs could potentially go up. However, Intel already mass produces Ivy Bridge CPUs with no IHS -- the mobile line of CPUs. Those of course use a different socket, but with any well planned production process I highly doubt the costs would go up.
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post #32 of 119
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i seriously think if they did offer delidded chips they wouldn't come with any kind of warranty other than a 30 day manufacturing defect warranty, the die is just too fragile to really back up with anything else

I could accept a 30 day warranty. That would be enough time to cover a DOA chip. And and the trade off would be that would wouldn't have to play the "De-lidding Lottery" and wonder if you are going to screw up and destroy a $200-300 chip.

I for one have never had a CPU "go bad" after 30 days away. The vast majority of them just work until I dispose of them or they are DOA's that didn't work out of the box. I've never had one work for 31 to 365 days.
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Mmmmmm SEXY! I love EKWB..drool.gif
    
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Beat them to it a long time ago, here's my triple-plated 99.99 % pure silver block that sits on the die. >>>

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I could accept a 30 day warranty. That would be enough time to cover a DOA chip. And and the trade off would be that would wouldn't have to play the "De-lidding Lottery" and wonder if you are going to screw up and destroy a $200-300 chip.

I for one have never had a CPU "go bad" after 30 days away. The vast majority of them just work until I dispose of them or they are DOA's that didn't work out of the box. I've never had one work for 31 to 365 days.

Another way that costs could be reduced on a naked line of desktop CPUs -- don't offer any type of extended warranty, which would eliminate or significantly reduce the warranty liability, and associated expenses.
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With a razor and a lot of patience.

Not anymore. Easier ways have surfaced.

Very nice move EKWB. Very nice move.
 
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How does one de-lid a CPU?

Very carefully. wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Rucka315 View Post

With a razor and a lot of patience.

or with a hammer and not much patience

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post #38 of 119
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Not anymore. Easier ways have surfaced.

Very nice move EKWB. Very nice move.

Link? biggrin.gif I don't remember seeing anything other than the razor guides

Nm I just saw this.. yes.. a hammer and a 2x4 seems SO MUCH safer than a razor.. lol. I think I'll avoid delidding for now..
Edited by Mals - 3/28/13 at 1:34pm
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post #39 of 119
couple of c's delided on a ivy?

LOL..... show me your temps...
This are mine


4.8GHz @ 1.48V


Before deliding 4.44GHz with a mere 1.23v

Edited by zGunBLADEz - 3/28/13 at 1:36pm
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This sounds very cool for those of us who have the cash to replace the CPU should the surgery go wrong.
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