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That is all kinds of awesome!
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Originally Posted by WheelZ0713 View Post

That is all kinds of awesome!

Yeah, if they're going to accept a busted delidded processor then they will probably accept anything. Well, that particular Intel service rep would, anyway.

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Undelwalt (2017)
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Celapaleis (2013)
(16 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
7600k @ 5.197/1.392 1.392v z170 Asus Hero EVGA 1080ti SC Black (2100/6250) x2 8gb GSkill Trident Z 3600 @ 3804 15-15-15-32-2T 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 950 Pro 512gb (Undelwalt) WD Red 2tb (Pack Yak II) Seagate Expansion Drive 5tb (Phoenix Down II) 3x560mm HardwareLabs Nemesis GTX 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XPSC Raystorm Pro Watercool Heatkiller 1080ti Full Cover Waterblock EK XTOP Revo Dual D5 (Serial, PWM, v4) EK ZMT (1/2 - 3/4 ID OD) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
14xEK ACF (Compression Fittings) EK x4 250 (v2) Distilled Water + PT Nuke (Copper Sulphate) 24x140mm Silent Wings 3 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro 64bit Catleap 27 Inch 2560x1440 IPS 60hz Display Coolermaster Storm Trigger (Brown Switches) EVGA P2 1000w 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Air 540 Logitech G Pro Tek Syndicate "Raze the World" Desk Mat O2 + Odac by Mayflower Electronics (Rev A) 
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

Some guy said he delidded his CPU and managed to get a free replacement.
Pretty lols.
Has this been repeated anywhere? I'm so damn close to delidding and only thing holding me back is the fact I got the insurance and I do recall reading somewhere that delidding voids it... It would be a no brainer if you COULD!
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It's only $25 for Intel's Performance Protection Plan - No questions asked replacement. It goes on top of your regular CPU warranty....thumb.gif
would this work for newegg's warrenty plan? There is extended replacement and accidental replacement .
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Originally Posted by tomxlr8 View Post

Has this been repeated anywhere? I'm so damn close to delidding and only thing holding me back is the fact I got the insurance and I do recall reading somewhere that delidding voids it... It would be a no brainer if you COULD!

It seems that you would just need to get some black RTV silicone gasket maker (used for cars), then use that to reseal the IHS....I've seen that same convo where the guy was chatting with an Intel rep who said that they would take a de-lidded CPU, as long as it wasn't apparent that it was in fact de-lidded....

EDIT: Click on the first spoiler in this forum for the convo we've been mentioning: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club


Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan
Edited by blaze2210 - 10/22/13 at 9:21pm
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

It seems that you would just need to get some black RTV silicone gasket maker (used for cars), then use that to reseal the IHS....I've seen that same convo where the guy was chatting with an Intel rep who said that they would take a de-lidded CPU, as long as it wasn't apparent that it was in fact de-lidded....

EDIT: Click on the first spoiler in this forum for the convo we've been mentioning: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club


Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan
I might risk it then.... Depending on my temps and how much voltage I actually need to move forward. I'm very happy with 4.6 @ 1.275 Vcore and 1.85 VRIN with 40x uncore at 1.15v. However, I'd love to hit 5.0ghz. biggrin.gif If not, at least 4.75. Dang my OCD. Being at 4.6 kills me inside.
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so.. you can just buy it if you damage it delidding? if so thats sweet thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by fizzif View Post

so.. you can just buy it if you damage it delidding? if so thats sweet thumb.gif

I think you might have pulled the wrong conclusion from that. If you damage the CPU through the process of delidding, then you're likely to be screwed - depending on where the damage is. For example, if you use the razor method and scrape the PCB, then I think it would be obvious to Intel what happened, and you'll probably end up with a declined RMA.

Consider this: the Perfomance Plan is meant to cover the CPU in case of damage that may occur through running the CPU outside of its normal specs - A.K.A. overclocking.
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Thanks for the reply. Yes, taking a hammer and vice to my processor seems like the logical thing to do. In fact, it appears Intel wants me to do it. I WILL DO IT.
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Originally Posted by tomxlr8 View Post

Thanks for the reply. Yes, taking a hammer and vice to my processor seems like the logical thing to do. In fact, it appears Intel wants me to do it. I WILL DO IT.

I tried the razor method - it was a completely terrifying experience that leaves wayyy too much room for error. If you twitch, you run the risk of bricking your CPU. After about an hour of trying to jam this razor into the nearly non-existent space between the PCB and the IHS, I decided to just re-install my CPU and move on. If I do decide to delid it, I will go with the "hammer and vice method".

Basically, it's like removing a Band-Aid: It's better to just get it over with, instead of making it some big, drawn-out process. 2cents.gif
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