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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

When we seal the lid back on, we use a lot of pressure so there's no gap between the CPU die and IHS. This is in contrast to the thick layer Intel applies.

And to those wondering what to use, silicone gasket maker works great: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0002UEN1U/ref=sxl1?qid=1465183647&sr=1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65


Hi Mr Sillicon,

I live in south america, could you share wich kind of product use for this part of the process for Skylake?

"VRMs and contact pads are coated with liquid electric tape, if applicable".

THank you!
Edited by BUDAFILMS - 9/3/16 at 11:31pm
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Hi Guys, I recently delidded my i7-6700K with really good results. After reading about skylake delidding on the forum and having a glass of wine (maybe two...) I went for the blade method. I first practiced on an old Core2 processor I had laying around.

I was very happy with the result, a massive 15 celsius drop with Gelid Extreme Thermal Paste.

I have a custom loop from EK, and I was more inclined to a temperature drop rather than taking my OC any higher since its my main rig and I need it for everyday usage.

CPU: i7-6700K
On Die-TIM: Gelid Extreme
IHS-TIM: Gelid Extreme
Core Voltage 1.35v
Temps Before Delid: 84 Average (84-85-87-80)
Temps After Delid: 69 Average (71-69-71-65)
Temp drop: 15 Celsius
Room Temperature: 23 Celsius


Before delidding. Real Temp was missreading the CPU Speed so I addeed a screenshot of CPUID.
The core voltage on the Bios is set to 1.35, CPUID read 1.376.


After delidding


Original TIM


Nice temperature drop, but you do not mention what application(s) you are using to stress the CPU. Is it the RealTemp?
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Nice temperature drop, but you do not mention what application(s) you are using to stress the CPU. Is it the RealTemp?

Realtemp is a monitoring tool as far as i know, doesnt stress test. Doesnt matter what he used as long as he used the same one for before and after. I only stress test to find stability. After that i check my temps with a long gaming session. My pc doesnt mine or compute 24/7 doing a 24hr stress test is idiotic. Hell ive never stress tested more then an hr and all my OCs have been stable.

I pretty much use the pc, if i notice it restarting or crashing ill add .01mv.
    
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Realtemp is a monitoring tool as far as i know, doesnt stress test. Doesnt matter what he used as long as he used the same one for before and after. I only stress test to find stability. After that i check my temps with a long gaming session. My pc doesnt mine or compute 24/7 doing a 24hr stress test is idiotic. Hell ive never stress tested more then an hr and all my OCs have been stable.

I pretty much use the pc, if i notice it restarting or crashing ill add .01mv.

Actually, the Sensor Test uses P95.

To get an idea of cooling efficiency, although not necessarily the improvement achieved by de-lidding, I believe it does matter which test, because some generate more heat than others.
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Hey All, I'm planning on delidding my 6700k and would like to know how important it is to use liquid CLU. I've got a new tube of PK3 I'd like to use but I'm hesitant to use it if it won't be good enough to lower my temps. I'm currently hitting 85c with 1.43v on an H115i AIO using 264x . I'd like to drop my temps down to the low to mid 70's. Room temp is 23c and idle is 31c but my voltage is staying constant at 1.43v, what setting do I change in bios so that it drops down when not needed?
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Hey All, I'm planning on delidding my 6700k and would like to know how important it is to use liquid CLU. I've got a new tube of PK3 I'd like to use but I'm hesitant to use it if it won't be good enough to lower my temps. I'm currently hitting 85c with 1.43v on an H115i AIO using 264x . I'd like to drop my temps down to the low to mid 70's. Room temp is 23c and idle is 31c but my voltage is staying constant at 1.43v, what setting do I change in bios so that it drops down when not needed?

You need to use adaptive voltage not override. And About 99% of TIMs dont last long on the die, they pump out and make temps rise within a week. Liquid metal is a must on bare die.

Also an h115i is not going to give you amazing temps, its about the same as the best air coolers. You could try remounting and making sure its mounted right. Thats a lot of voltage to cool, id go as far to say as probably even 200w of TDP.
    
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Ok got it. Yeah, I haven't spent much oc'ing since SB so I've got some catching up to do. rolleyes.gif

So CLU on the die to IHS interface and then is PK3 ok for the interface between the IHS and AIO block or should it be CLU on both interfaces?

I'm going with an EK water block for my 1080 so I might as well run both under water. Can I run both the CPU and GPU under the same system and what size rad would I need? (actually that question is best posed in the water cooling forum...)
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Hi Mr Sillicon,

I live in south america, could you share wich kind of product use for this part of the process for Skylake?

"VRMs and contact pads are coated with liquid electric tape, if applicable".

THank you!

Amazon Link

This isn't really necessary for Skylake, as there are only a few contact pads located underneath the IHS. We cover them just in case something happens during shipping that really knocks the CPU around, but in practice haven't seen CLU move anywhere near that far from the die.
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I lost about 15*c on Intel Burn Test by de-lidding. I used GC Extreme on the die and the IHS. Running 1.44v to get 4.6ghz on my 6700k so this really helped. Max load now is 65*c.

Seems I killed 2 memory slots though, which sucks since Im using a 4 stick ram kit.
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I lost about 15*c on Intel Burn Test by de-lidding. I used GC Extreme on the die and the IHS. Running 1.44v to get 4.6ghz on my 6700k so this really helped. Max load now is 65*c.

Seems I killed 2 memory slots though, which sucks since Im using a 4 stick ram kit.

Hope that paste lasts more then a week kfor you on the die haha.

As far as the two ram sticks, try to reseat the CPU see if it works. I had the same issue last week and now it works fine after a reseat.
    
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