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Is there a sale we are not aware of? Its $139.99 at newegg. To the OP, if you really are a noob, please don't try delidding.
yerterday it was 120usd.and every people that delid the cpu for first time is a noob in the matter
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Glacer =h220,and the glacer is at 120 at newegg

Is there a sale we are not aware of? Its $139.99 at newegg. To the OP, if you really are a noob, please don't try delidding.
Indeed. thumb.gif
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yerterday it was 120usd.and every people that delid the cpu for first time is a noob in the matter
Well it's $139.99 now.

As for delidding, have you delidded any yourself? Not everyone has succeeded. Some have destroyed their CPUs and ended up with an very expensive piece of junk.
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Well it's $139.99 now.

As for delidding, have you delidded any yourself? Not everyone has succeeded. Some have destroyed their CPUs and ended up with an very expensive piece of junk.

Simple fix, just buy it yesterday. biggrin.gif
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Well it's $139.99 now.

As for delidding, have you delidded any yourself? Not everyone has succeeded. Some have destroyed their CPUs and ended up with an very expensive piece of junk.
Have you? Do you know that there is another way to delid and the razor blade method isnt any dangerous if people tries before with another cheap cpu like intel e2xxx series
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Have you? Do you know that there is another way to delid and the razor blade method isnt any dangerous if people tries before with another cheap cpu like intel e2xxx series

I disagree, all delidding has risk or danger. Even with practice you can still slip. We are human, so things happen.
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Well it's $139.99 now.

As for delidding, have you delidded any yourself? Not everyone has succeeded. Some have destroyed their CPUs and ended up with an very expensive piece of junk.
Have you? Do you know that there is another way to delid and the razor blade method isnt any dangerous if people tries before with another cheap cpu like intel e2xxx series
poke.gif Instead of answering the question you get defensive saying it's not dangerous. rolleyes.gif
Delidding a years old chip is not the same as a new one.

And no, I have not delidded... but than I'm also not the one telling others to delid.
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Some of old intel cpu arent soldered,and delidding them is the same...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide/22610#post_21085835

Plus razorless delidding http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade
Edited by PontiacGTX - 1/9/14 at 4:03pm
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Some of old intel cpu arent soldered,and delidding them is the same...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide/22610#post_21085835

Plus razorless delidding http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade

We know about the vice method, the OP might also, who knows. There is still risk involved. My personal opinion is delidding is a waste, yes you get lower temps, but you don't NEED those lower temps in most cases. Safe temps will keep a CPU just fine for the time you own it and also be easy to resell. Delidding on the other hand, might scare quite a few people away, could still sell of course. Voltage kills CPU's so keeping good safe voltage and a decent overclock to me is the way to go over the best you can have, of course to each his own.
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What Watagump said.
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