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Originally Posted by Arm3nian View Post

You have a RIVBE if you want to tinker go mess with the 10000000000 settings lol.

I wouldn't bother lapping it, because it voids the warranty. When delidding you're already voiding the warranty so might as well lap. Ivy and Haswell were limited by temps, IVY-E runs quite cool. As for the hole I'm not sure if that would interfere, but if you remove too much of the material I'm sure that won't be too good.

Valgaur has spoken to Intel on several occasions and they assured him that delidding does not void the warranty. As long as you still have the IHS with the lettering everything is good.
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Well, 4 months of delidded operation, and it's still going strong. I'm at 4500MHz @ 1.284V reported in Windows. I'm idling at 28C and maxing out during the BOINCathon at 69C with the H100i set to Balanced. That's rather excellent considering the fact that before delidding I was topping out at 4400MHz with the same voltage, and I was getting throttling under load even with the H100i cranked to Performance. It really is amazing just how bad that factory paste was.

Mass produced chips have to be designed not to fail. 100 mhz isn't much to complain about.
post #753 of 1134
I've just cancelled my order of CLU. I applied CLP today in my delidding attempt and I've dropped 25C even with a 0.05v bump in voltage. CLP gets the job done for sure.
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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post

This is OCN of course we recommend it! Run and delid my child! thumb.gif

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I used the two blocks of wood method, which is basically the vise method but safer. I followed the instructions in this thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1415190/guide-i7-3770k-4770k-gets-lapped-delidded

Only way to go in my opinion.

Alrighty gentlemen, I'll look into it.
Hitting a wall currently past 4.5ghz without it, maxing out at 89c.

I might wait a month and do my research.
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Sounds like a good plan! I don't even know how many posts and guides I read, or videos I watched before attempting to delid myself....I also found it helps to seek out the cases where it went badly - teaches you what NOT to do....thumb.gif
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Any one done Ivy Brige E Yet ? rolleyes.gif
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Sounds like a good plan! I don't even know how many posts and guides I read, or videos I watched before attempting to delid myself....I also found it helps to seek out the cases where it went badly - teaches you what NOT to do....thumb.gif
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Any one done Ivy Brige E Yet ? rolleyes.gif

It's soldered but I just came across a video where someone actually removed the heatsink within a minute and 15 seconds using the lighter method. But since IVY-E runs cool as people have mentioned I'm not sure if deliding would yield any great results. Or it may in fact hurt the temperatures not sure about this.
post #759 of 1134
First off great video! Got my 4770k no too long ago and still in the process of putting everything together so I figured what the hey, ill delid it while I have it pieces. I used the vice/hammer method only I used a heat gun on it for a few seconds to heat up the glue, came off with two, light hits. Ill post my temps once I have everything up and running.
post #760 of 1134
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Any one done Ivy Brige E Yet ? rolleyes.gif

There's really no good reason to delid a soldered IHS.....
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