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Interesting write-up from TPU about delidding the 7700K: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Delidding_the_Intel_Core_i7_7700K/.

I'm intrigued by the temperature difference between using silicone and super glue to re-lid.
post #52 of 119
I wonder how no glue would compare? I've not used Super Glue Gel before but have used RTV when working on my car and it is very thick. I'm not surprised it doesn't spread really thin, if it did it wouldn't make as good a seal.
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Originally Posted by Dimensive View Post

Interesting write-up from TPU about delidding the 7700K: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Delidding_the_Intel_Core_i7_7700K/.

I'm intrigued by the temperature difference between using silicone and super glue to re-lid.

That's my article, and the difference is more to do with the super glue getting the IHS closer to the die than anything else. Lower the distance heat has to travel through to the heat sink, higher the heat transfer.
post #54 of 119
I decided not to re-lid my 6700K. When I de-lidded my 3770k I used an EK block with the direct mount kit. It dropped -31C from Max load.


http://cdn.overclock.net/4/43/500x1000px-LL-43bf34c5_Untitled.png

Waiting on my CLU to arrive so I can apply it
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That's my article, and the difference is more to do with the super glue getting the IHS closer to the die than anything else. Lower the distance heat has to travel through to the heat sink, higher the heat transfer.

Yea, I understood that. So let me ask, if you use super glue to re-lid and later decided to remove the IHS again to put a different paste or CLU on, could that cause damage to the substrate? I'm curious how strong the hold is between silicone and super glue.
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That's my article, and the difference is more to do with the super glue getting the IHS closer to the die than anything else. Lower the distance heat has to travel through to the heat sink, higher the heat transfer.

If 0.04 mm made such a huge difference, can you test without any regluing?
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Yea, I understood that. So let me ask, if you use super glue to re-lid and later decided to remove the IHS again to put a different paste or CLU on, could that cause damage to the substrate? I'm curious how strong the hold is between silicone and super glue.

Rockit88 sells and recommends Loctite super glue gel control. I've read people had no problems delidding again when using it.

I think I'm going to not use anything, just the pressure of the socket clamp to hold the IHS in place. I'm not sure how easy it is the delid again without the tool when using super glue or rtv.
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Yea, I understood that. So let me ask, if you use super glue to re-lid and later decided to remove the IHS again to put a different paste or CLU on, could that cause damage to the substrate? I'm curious how strong the hold is between silicone and super glue.

I used a mild solution of acetone and brushed it over the super glue, which immediately helped dislodge it without harming the PCB.
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If 0.04 mm made such a huge difference, can you test without any regluing?

The CPU in question is long gone, it was a friend's who wanted it de-lidded but did not want to do it by themselves. I was approached by Aqua Computer to see if I would be interested in their new tool, and decided to make an article out of it by involving Rockit as well.
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Great article geggeg! This confirmed what I had thought was going to be the approach I was going to take.
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This is such an awesome idea
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