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post #34691 of 34735 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 02:59 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
... with the iGPU disabled (reiteration)
Yep, I hope I can not only reduce the temperatures with the delid but also reduce the vcore needed for the same 5.0Ghz, exactly what happened with my 8700k when I delidded, before delid it used to need 1.35v for 5.0Ghz, and after the 20ºC temp drop I could reach the same 5.0Ghz but at 1.28v

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I tried to Direct Die mount my 9900K this weekend, it seems that either there is a spacing issue with my GB Aorus Master z390 + Corsair XC7 Waterblock, or I need some kind of different posts. It seems to not make great contact with the block. It "seems" like it is hitting the caps by the socket, but its hard to tell looking straight down at it. cleaned everything off, tried a bit of Kryonaut to see what kind of pressure I was getting, and despite having the Rockitcool mounting plate, it just "barely" pushed and spread the thermal pastedown.

Anyone here with a similar setup might be able to chime in, I hope, anything board-specific I am missing? or am I just SOL with the XC7 block and a Z390 master?

I know EK sold an adapter type kit with different sized screws for Ivy (Naked IVY I think?) but I didnt think it would be compatible.

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I delidded my 7700k a year ago. the temps look ok. Should I do anything (clean up and reapply?)?
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I delidded my 7700k a year ago. the temps look ok. Should I do anything (clean up and reapply?)?
I checked my delidded/resealed 6700k after about 1.5 years, no issues with it temps were still the same, only the ihs needed a good scrub and was slightly stained. I think some people have mentioned oxidisation (probably when unsealed) with liquid metal but I'm not sure. If it wasn't resealed then maybe worth a look, someone else here can chime in on that. Haven't bothered re-popping the seal on the 7700k and 8700k yet

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What material do you guys recommend to really clean the solder off of the 9900K ? Can't get my die to shine


Also, I applied liquid metal but cleaned it off the next morning after realizing that overnight the liquid started to slightly sludge down with gravity into the D8bauer OC frame. My board is vertical on a PC case. I applied the absolute minimum liquid metal.

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Quote: Originally Posted by spyshagg View Post
What material do you guys recommend to really clean the solder off of the 9900K ? Can't get my die to shine





Also, I applied liquid metal but cleaned it off the next morning after realizing that overnight the liquid started to slightly sludge down with gravity into the D8bauer OC frame. My board is vertical on a PC case. I applied the absolute minimum liquid metal.


Quicksilver, followed by flitz. I suppose if you can’t get quicksilver from RockItCool, you could potentially just use flitz and elbow grease but I wouldn’t recommend it.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Deathtech00 View Post
I tried to Direct Die mount my 9900K this weekend, it seems that either there is a spacing issue with my GB Aorus Master z390 + Corsair XC7 Waterblock, or I need some kind of different posts. It seems to not make great contact with the block. It "seems" like it is hitting the caps by the socket, but its hard to tell looking straight down at it. cleaned everything off, tried a bit of Kryonaut to see what kind of pressure I was getting, and despite having the Rockitcool mounting plate, it just "barely" pushed and spread the thermal pastedown.



Anyone here with a similar setup might be able to chime in, I hope, anything board-specific I am missing? or am I just SOL with the XC7 block and a Z390 master?



I know EK sold an adapter type kit with different sized screws for Ivy (Naked IVY I think?) but I didnt think it would be compatible.


Naked Ivy is too short. I spoke with the owner of RockItCool and he said to take the white plastic washers off and it’ll make good contact
I’m using the direct die frame and had the same issue.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Pinnacle Fit View Post
Naked Ivy is too short. I spoke with the owner of RockItCool and he said to take the white plastic washers off and it’ll make good contact
I’m using the direct die frame and had the same issue.


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How much you have an improvement in temps delidding and using direct die? Also what is your cooler? Your voltage seems almost the same as mine before delid (1.30v for 5.0Ghz/4.7Ghz cache and 0 AVX offset)

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Quote: Originally Posted by ViTosS View Post
How much you have an improvement in temps delidding and using direct die? Also what is your cooler? Your voltage seems almost the same as mine before delid (1.30v for 5.0Ghz/4.7Ghz cache and 0 AVX offset)


My temps are about 5C or so lower. I really can’t remember but it wasn’t huge. The 9900k doesnt have as much of an issue with temps at low voltage...it’s got problems with temp spikes above 1.4v and there’s no cooling solution other than exotic that can help with that.

I have a EK supremacy EVO on a custom loop with a single D5, 240+360 rads, and a gpu


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Quicksilver, followed by flitz. I suppose if you can’t get quicksilver from RockItCool, you could potentially just use flitz and elbow grease but I wouldn’t recommend it.


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You can even use liquid metal if you wanted to. If you don't mind wasting expensive liquid metal.
Or you can buy your own gallium and indium and tin and just make liquid metal yourself.

The Quicksilver that rockitcool sells is basically gallium based liquid metal but without the thermal transfer properties and it's a lot more runny (Quicksilver does not contain indium).

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