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We all used to run around naked, it was fun. Remember the venerable AMD Barton 2500+. Given the poor IHS implementation with IB and Haswell many have chosen to live like its 90s, with glorious naked cores. AMD used to place small rubber / plastic pads on the four corners of the CPU to protect from uneven or excessive pressure. I would like to replicate this method for my up coming Haswell build. Any thoughts?

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This brought me back, I've got an old Duron in the drawer with the same rubber pads.
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If I get time I will try and get the Intel package white paper and get the exact core depth above substrate. Then we can get cracking on a shim.
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The mechanical drawings tell me everything I want to know, other that what I want to know....

Anyone out there is a nice caliper?
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