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Man, I've never delidded before. I want to (Haswell runs hot as hell) but I'm scared to death of scratching the PCB while removing the old glue on the PCB/die or accidentally bridging those little capacitors with CLU and shorting it.

Vise+hammer+wood block, Fujipoly thermal pad, and CLU is all you need. You can even return the vise afterwards! I say that all together, it takes $40-60 upfront--if you return the vise afterwards, around $5-15 depending on how much Fujipoly you purchase.
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post #42 of 104
This new delid method has got me debating doing this myself...I've never liked my 3770k temps and one core has a good 10C higher temps then the others so maybe this would help a ton. My problem is not knowing how to glue it back together.
 
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Specific delidding questions are best asked here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club
or here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade
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Man, I've never delidded before. I want to (Haswell runs hot as hell) but I'm scared to death of scratching the PCB while removing the old glue on the PCB/die or accidentally bridging those little capacitors with CLU and shorting it.
You will not scratch the pcb if you use an old credit card to carfully scrape it off. You should be worried about getting Ultra or Pro on the contact though, which is why people are testing different ways to cover them before applying Ultra/Pro. Some MX-4 TIM covering them should do the trick.
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This new delid method has got me debating doing this myself...I've never liked my 3770k temps and one core has a good 10C higher temps then the others so maybe this would help a ton. My problem is not knowing how to glue it back together.
Most everyone does not glue the IHS back on the chip, personally I see no reason to do so. You just place the chip in the mobo then place the IHS on top and clamp it down. You can usually hold the IHS in place with a finger while you clamp it to the mobo. The clamping mechanism is very strong and will hold everything in place.
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I'm totally new here.... I keep seeing this term "CLU" what does it mean?
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I'm totally new here.... I keep seeing this term "CLU" what does it mean?
Prepare for inbound plethora of links.

Welcome to OCN, people will bug you a lot to get your rig in your posts, so here is how to do that:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig

Here is good info about the site and what the flames are and such:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1164692/overclock-net-site-features-and-explanations

CLU stands for Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra, there is also CLP for their Pro product. Both are liquid metal TIMs that we use on the die of delidded chips. More info here:
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/
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Prepare for inbound plethora of links.

Welcome to OCN, people will bug you a lot to get your rig in your posts, so here is how to do that:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig

Here is good info about the site and what the flames are and such:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1164692/overclock-net-site-features-and-explanations

CLU stands for Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra, there is also CLP for their Pro product. Both are liquid metal TIMs that we use on the die of delidded chips. More info here:
http://www.coollaboratory.com/en/products/liquid-ultra/

Thanks a bunch for the CLU answer. I'm a regular on some other OC forums so I know the drill regarding the sigs and whatnot, just joined from the office so I haven't had time to pimp my ride yet. So the CLU, you mount it between the DIE and the LID? or between the Die and the Heatsink for direct contact? If it is direct contact... do you need to get a custom mount from the heatsink maker? (I have a Noctua NH-D14)

I just picked up a 4670K and am considering lidding it before my install.....
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Thanks a bunch for the CLU answer. I'm a regular on some other OC forums so I know the drill regarding the sigs and whatnot, just joined from the office so I haven't had time to pimp my ride yet. So the CLU, you mount it between the DIE and the LID? or between the Die and the Heatsink for direct contact? If it is direct contact... do you need to get a custom mount from the heatsink maker? (I have a Noctua NH-D14)

I just picked up a 4670K and am considering lidding it before my install.....

Most everyone uses Ultra or Pro on the die of their delidded chip, but only a few of us use it in between the IHS and the cooler. It does give a few c better temps than standard TIM when used on top of the IHS, but it can be a real pain to clean off later. I don’t recommend that people use it there unless they know what they will be dealing with later, but in between the die and IHS it is essential.

Some people go direct die but you will need a certain kind of cold plate and mounting hardware to allow that, and you usually need to remove the retention bracket from the mobo. You can get a few c better by doing direct die but it can be tricky to get the mounting pressure just right. Therefore the large majority of delidders just put the IHS back on since it is easier.

For Haswell, I would do the vice/hammer/block of wood method, just make sure you get a vice that will not move in any way at all. Then you have to cover the exposed contacts on top of the pcb with MX-4 or something completely nonconductive since you can’t get any Ultra or Pro on them.
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Awesome. I really appreciate it!
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Finally the tracking works for my CLU; looks like I'll get it tomorrow. I should be able to post results by tomorrow night. I regret not paying ordering from frozencpu and paying priority shipping...

Now to get my OC optimized as much as possible.
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Can you use Goo Gone to remove glue from PCB?
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