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post #34541 of 34703 (permalink) Old 12-22-2018, 12:35 PM
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Well, obviously the intention is for the liquid metal to stay only on the die, but things sometimes don't go as planned, that's why I was wondering if I should insulate anything should things go south one way or another.

I've read about nail polish, but I'm not sure if I can get the right type here (cellulose?). That's why I was going to use electrical type, "kapton-like" or such.
Nail polish is all over the place, everywhere.
Just go to your local beauty shop and look at the ingredients. It's not a rare ingredient. It's everywhere.
And it costs like...$3 dollars (USD) to buy.

I mean you could also buy this stuff:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...KIKX0DER&psc=1

But a lot more expensive. But it works.

And yes, you want to insulate everything exposed but if it's not under the IHS, there's no point in insulating it. I mean, think for a moment.
If liquid metal ever managed to get onto those areas outside the IHS, you have far more important issues to worry about --like your motherboard getting destroyed by conductive balls of doom.

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Fair enough. Sometimes I overthink things. I was just worried that the IHS might move during installation to the socket and the LM could spread, but I got some silicone sealant now to put a bit on each corner to hold it together.

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Fair enough. Sometimes I overthink things. I was just worried that the IHS might move during installation to the socket and the LM could spread, but I got some silicone sealant now to put a bit on each corner to hold it together.
Overthinking things is a good quality. Better than not doing enough and letting mistakes happen.

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Well I managed to take like 20C off. I got it OC'd to 4.5GHz @ 1.34v (not the best chip). I've noticed the temp on one of the cores is up to 6C higher than the others but only when benchmarking, in games most cores stay consistent at around 55-65C.

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Delidded my i9 9900k last night with the der8auer tool(Which der8auer claims is 100% impossible to kill the cpu). Cleaned it up and put it in with the der8auer oc frame so I could do direct die. I was getting error code 23 on my aorus master pro and the computer would just boot cycle it wouldnt stay on. I'm thinking a short somewhere? I tried putting back on the original socket tensioner and ihs just to see if it was the mounting pressure that was not enough from the direct die but I get the same error code too. The error code is not listed in the gigabyte manual or anywhere online. I tried only one stick of ram in the 1st and 2nd ram slot but I haven't tried the 3rd or 4th yet because I ran out of time but I will try that later today. Has anyone else had this happen before? The cpu doesn't seem like its dead because otherwise the motherboard would show the error code for the cpu and it would just stay on and not boot cycle. Also I couldn't figure out how to get all of the black silicone off of the die? I used a plastic credit card to scrape most of it off, could that be an issue too?
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Quote: Originally Posted by suprc4 View Post
Delidded my i9 9900k last night with the der8auer tool(Which der8auer claims is 100% impossible to kill the cpu). Cleaned it up and put it in with the der8auer oc frame so I could do direct die. I was getting error code 23 on my aorus master pro and the computer would just boot cycle it wouldnt stay on. I'm thinking a short somewhere? I tried putting back on the original socket tensioner and ihs just to see if it was the mounting pressure that was not enough from the direct die but I get the same error code too. The error code is not listed in the gigabyte manual or anywhere online. I tried only one stick of ram in the 1st and 2nd ram slot but I haven't tried the 3rd or 4th yet because I ran out of time but I will try that later today. Has anyone else had this happen before? The cpu doesn't seem like its dead because otherwise the motherboard would show the error code for the cpu and it would just stay on and not boot cycle. Also I couldn't figure out how to get all of the black silicone off of the die? I used a plastic credit card to scrape most of it off, could that be an issue too?
Did a little research and error code 23 corresponds to CPU and RAM. Hopefully that helps.

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any tips for delid on maximus vi hero board?
Remember to protect the FIVR. That's all.

Does enyone know, what's thats four pads on series SL and CL?
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"Direct-die again"? What happened last time?
Did they ask you to glue the IHS back on?

Also are you sure this hasn't anything to do with the overclocker's insurance plan?


Nope the delid was covered by normal warranty! no insurance plan needed. I glued my IHS back on to make it easier for them.
Is this still accurate? Intel is covering RMAs with delidded CPUs?
Thought they hit you over the head for delidding and then tell you to kick rocks with that warranty claim ??
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