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Oh, it's thinner all right. smile.gif I didn't see any bending with the previous generation cpu's either, but this one seemed to warrant a little more care. Either way, a few cuts with the razor helped to ease off the IHS with less force. But I understand why someone would not want to take a chance.
I've used the vise method (shop term is a "drift") on cpus back to Ivy. Main things to do are: do a sharp tap, don;t "swing thru" the strike, 2) align the long dimension of the die in the vise, this way the IHS has less change of striking the die.. if you swing thru (which you should not wink.gif ) use a soft wood such as cedar or white pine, and last.. use a machine vise, not a toothy garage vise (a machine vise also has a natrural strike plane (for pin drifts etc) along its flat top.

Razor works fine, most times, but fumbling with a CPU for several minutes vs 10 seconds at a vise - well that's obvious.
Jpmboy, did you read all my posts? smile.gif
I do use a vice, and I have since 3770K as well (although I did delid one with only razor blade). But when I started to delid the 6700K in my vice it looked as though the pcb wanted to flex. So I removed the cpu and made a few strategic cuts under the corners of the IHS, returned the cpu to the vice and it separated smoothly. Anyway this was months ago, and I was only commenting because it's possible someone else might encounter the pcb "flexing" in a vice and might be concerned. Whether or not it would have been damaged without the cuts is anyone's guess but I decided to do it the way I did because I knew I could.
Like I said, this is five i7's I've delidded now with no fatalities.
Thanks...I know you got skillz. thumb.gif
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That was a fat-finger mistake by me, lol. I paid 50$ plus shipping costs. I bought my i5-6600K at launch. I paid 269.99 from newegg essentially (was in a combo but at an incredibly inflated price).

I was looking at the Silicon Lottery website.

I understand some people may not want to mess around with de-lidding, and $50 for their de-lidding service is not bad, but $420 for a 4800MHz 6700K, or $620 for a 4900MHz 6700K seems a little pricey. Especially when the disclaimer states it may run 100MHz slower than what it was advertised at.

I suppose I am fortunate that my 6700K does 4830MHz @ 1.39VCore.

I paid $347 on Amazon. The Rockit 88 kit was $30 plus $12 shipping. I forget how much the Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut was, but I would estimate $20 with shipping. So, I figure $409, and I believe it would do 4900MHZ, but I am not comfortable with going over 1.4VCore and the temperatures it would generate.
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You won the lottery tho Arctucas lol. If its $420 delidded and remounted and 4800mhz thats pretty good for an extra $70. Even if that doesn't count delidding its not bad. I think they say 100mhz less because it depends on the motherboard. I've seen a few reviews with motherboards that for whatever reason a 5ghz chip on most board will only do 4.9ghz on tue board being reviewed. Specifically the review of my msi z170a gaming pro carbon. I didn't really care tho. Not like i was getting a 5ghz chip lol. I miss my 4820k that did 4.8ghz 24/7 and 5ghz benching.
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Not to mention if u don't do it that way your taking the chance of getting one of those rare chips that won't even do 4.4ghz. I suppose if u bought from a store tho like microcenter u could just return it and eat the restocking fee and make dam sure u don't get the same batch lol. My first taste of haswell was a 4770k that i returned cuz i couldnt even get 4.2ghz stable. Then my 2nd 4770k i had for a while only did 4.2ghz so i delidded and it did 4.4ghz at like 1.39v or something terrible. I won the lottery once and that was my 4820k lol. Was nice in thr sandybridge days when even a crap chip would do 4.7ghz.
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Jpmboy, did you read all my posts? smile.gif
I do use a vice, and I have since 3770K as well (although I did delid one with only razor blade). But when I started to delid the 6700K in my vice it looked as though the pcb wanted to flex. So I removed the cpu and made a few strategic cuts under the corners of the IHS, returned the cpu to the vice and it separated smoothly. Anyway this was months ago, and I was only commenting because it's possible someone else might encounter the pcb "flexing" in a vice and might be concerned. Whether or not it would have been damaged without the cuts is anyone's guess but I decided to do it the way I did because I knew I could.
Like I said, this is five i7's I've delidded now with no fatalities.
Thanks...I know you got skillz. thumb.gif
Never a doubt... and making a few cuts is a very smart way to go! thumb.gif
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Not to mention if u don't do it that way your taking the chance of getting one of those rare chips that won't even do 4.4ghz. I suppose if u bought from a store tho like microcenter u could just return it and eat the restocking fee and make dam sure u don't get the same batch lol. My first taste of haswell was a 4770k that i returned cuz i couldnt even get 4.2ghz stable. Then my 2nd 4770k i had for a while only did 4.2ghz so i delidded and it did 4.4ghz at like 1.39v or something terrible. I won the lottery once and that was my 4820k lol. Was nice in thr sandybridge days when even a crap chip would do 4.7ghz.


But but but, sometimes the lottery is in your favor. Check the sig redface.gif
 
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But but but, sometimes the lottery is in your favor. Check the sig redface.gif
Nice. N I automatically like you because you know the piwer of the gentle typhoon. 2x2150rpm pwm on the way for my heatsink. Can't wait till they get here. May order 6x1850rpm for my h440 case too. Trying to resist the temptation to spend $120 + shipping on fans.
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Nice. N I automatically like you because you know the piwer of the gentle typhoon. 2x2150rpm pwm on the way for my heatsink. Can't wait till they get here. May order 6x1850rpm for my h440 case too. Trying to resist the temptation to spend $120 + shipping on fans.

Yeah it was a tough pill to swallow to spend $100 on fans lol.
 
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Yeah it was a tough pill to swallow to spend $100 on fans lol.
Totally worth it tho. Better to spend $100 on ball bearing then to spend $50 on sleeve bearing n listen to ticking for the rest of your life lol.
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Yeah it was a tough pill to swallow to spend $100 on fans lol.
Totally worth it tho. Better to spend $100 on ball bearing then to spend $50 on sleeve bearing n listen to ticking for the rest of your life lol.


What???? - Sorry can't hear you!


Just got my 6700k going with some CLU! Finally set to go on overclocking! Any tips on the Asus Z170i Pro Gaming ITX board?
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