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You forgot to say you lost at least 100$ in value as well.

For 15C, I am astonished how you guys can take so much risk.

Well this is my first (and last) attempt at de-lidding. I was surprised how easy it seemed while doing it.

And now I'm my testings, I've gained no overclock. I was at the thermal and voltage wall before hand, now im still at the voltage wall don't want to go any higher than 1.45v which is what people claim is the highest safe voltage.
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You forgot to say you lost at least 100$ in value as well.

For 15C, I am astonished how you guys can take so much risk.


This is an enthusiast forum - 15 degrees is a massive difference when your already sitting at the top of your Overclock / Temperature limits and well worth the risk.
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This is an enthusiast forum - 15 degrees is a massive difference when your already sitting at the top of your Overclock / Temperature limits and well worth the risk.

I don't agree. Losing One channel of RAM for shaving off a couple of degrees? I'd rather let my CPU run hot than run without a side of RAM. But then, thats me biggrin.gif

Been running my 3570K at 4.4ghz for years now with temps touching 70-80C because I don't like my fans to be audible. NOTHING has happened to it and I don't think anything will.
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This is an enthusiast forum - 15 degrees is a massive difference when your already sitting at the top of your Overclock / Temperature limits and well worth the risk.

Lol, man look at my profile. I don't think -15C is worth losing warranty and risking to brick your CPU. People are too prone here to suggest delidding to user that have little to no experience with it. Unless you have a golden cpu that is limited by temperature (can boot but temperature will be too high to bench), delidding is useless like any cooling improvement.
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Seems if I want to stick to somewhat "safe" voltages I gained no overclock frown.gif I was already loading at 1.456v for 4.6Ghz, 4.7Ghz requires nearly 1.5v on load
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Bought the delid/relid tool, 6700k can boot 4.8 @ 1.4 but instantly crash on prime. Not that I used all this speed but my gf sometime edits videos smile.gif.
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Bought the delid/relid tool, 6700k can boot 4.8 @ 1.4 but instantly crash on prime. Not that I used all this speed but my gf sometime edits videos smile.gif.

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