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Question on the Broadwell and Hazwell Delidding Tool

post #1 of 4
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Hello to anyone, the reason of this thread is to ask some info on how to buy or order the Hazwell and Broadwell Delidding tool that I seen on a video that a while ago came across. I went to the web page of the person that made the video and send him a e-mail on how to order or purchase this tool and I haven't got an answer. So my question here is again, Does anyone here from EKWB how or send me some info on how can I get this Tool, Thanks for any information share in regard.

Ironically. the person just drop me the e-mail how about that thanks anyways if some want to share some info for other to know.
Edited by The Veterant - 7/12/16 at 12:10pm
post #2 of 4
I assume you mean the one de8auer have made called Delid-Die-Mate? You can get it from CaseKing in Germany as well as some UK place I think.

I just went with a binned CPU and using the delid service of Silicon Lottery myself.
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

I assume you mean the one de8auer have made called Delid-Die-Mate? You can get it from CaseKing in Germany as well as some UK place I think.

I just went with a binned CPU and using the delid service of Silicon Lottery myself.

Thanks for that info guy that's a nice to have for future reference. Yes the same guy that you mention that is, He told me that he is confidence delling the Broadwell cause it doesn't have as many capacitors around the dye as the Hazwell does, he said this last one mention is harder to dellited cause is a lot riskier than the Broadwell do to the capacitor around the Dye, so long story short I don't want to risk of of my CPUs 5960Xs.
post #4 of 4
That's an x99 processor as well. The dye is soldered on IIRC.

Delidding a Haswell (6600k or 6700k) is a very different animal than a Haswell-E (your 5960x).
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