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update, if you bendlake than you can fix with heatgun.http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=146361&page=4
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Question for those who have delidded. Did you notice any change in possible speeds at the same voltage?

Say your had 4.7 @ 1.36v pre-delid, could you drop you voltage lower post delid? Just weighing whether its worth while on my chip or not. Currently Stable for me at that voltage, and 4.8 takes 1.425v for stable (max temp 84 in realbench 1 hour), so I don't want to delid if it doesn't make a marked difference in volts/clocks. Rather sell and keep trying my luck.
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For me personally I was battling to stay stable at 4.6ghz.

Delidded and same voltage and now besides being much cooler I'm also 100% stable when I wasn't before.
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It's not going to work - no matter what EK reps say. Tested myself with 3 CPUs.

Did you take out the little white plastic washers?
This will lower the whole mounting and should make it work just find.
You could replace the thicker plastic washers with thinner paper ones or thinner plastic ones.
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Did you take out the little white plastic washers?
This will lower the whole mounting and should make it work just find.
You could replace the thicker plastic washers with thinner paper ones or thinner plastic ones.

Like I said before it's not the mounting height or the mounting pressure which is the problem. The PCB is so thin that the corners won't have contact to the pins in the socket. No matter how much pressure you apply to the middle of the chip.
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Like I said before it's not the mounting height or the mounting pressure which is the problem. The PCB is so thin that the corners won't have contact to the pins in the socket. No matter how much pressure you apply to the middle of the chip.

Ah I see frown.gif

Well that royally blows.
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Is it ok once the IHS has been removed from the pcb that the chip is cleaned with an Alcohol swipe (also referred to as Alcohol prep or Isopropyl swab) ?

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Yea. Anything like Acetone or Isopropyl-Alcohol is fine.
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Like I said before it's not the mounting height or the mounting pressure which is the problem. The PCB is so thin that the corners won't have contact to the pins in the socket. No matter how much pressure you apply to the middle of the chip.

You are 100% correct.

No matter how much or how little pressure I apply the CPU never boots without the IHS.
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It's not going to work - no matter what EK reps say. Tested myself with 3 CPUs.



What happened? In any case, I was finally able to obtain an i7-6700K. I am not sure if I have the manual dexterity to play with razor blades. However, I am going to give it a try. If you have a solid reason for suggesting why the naked mount will not work, I am interested in learning why. If it has to do with even seating force, I think I can overcome that with a rubber gasket, or just using the IHS with its top removed: this will probably allow even seating pressure. I am going to grizzly, and not the metallic stuff. The reason is that the metal has Indium, which is used in doping silicon wafers to change their conductivity. I think at high temperatures it will diffuse into the silicon substrate and change its electrical characteristics; I have to concede that it might take a long time for this to happen. However, I am not going to try any D-block materials as they are most definitely going to react with the substrate.

I also bought and i5, in case, I destroy the IHS, I can delid the i5 and use its IHS.

I have never spoken to anyone at EK: I see naked mount as a challenge, and I want to try it out.

Sincerely,

Nasir
Edited by mnasir - 9/30/15 at 5:20pm
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