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post #221 of 236 (permalink) Old 06-04-2013, 06:56 AM
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You could use a closed loop system (H100/H100i I assume?) to cool it without the IHS, you will have to remove the clip that normally holds the CPU In place and be really careful placing it down, because you can crack the die if you do it how one normally would.

I.E Sit the cooler on there very gently, alligning it before placing it on the CPU. Then turn one corner a bit slowly, then do the same with the opposite and just work your way evenly across all four until they're tight.

The advantage of no IHS is probably 5c tops, depending on how uneven the IHS is. That and just saying that you have a IHSless CPU tongue.gif

It's a big risk though, honestly I'd run with it on just to play on the safe side. If you feel like risking it or can afford another CPU like that then go for it, but if you can't de-lidding it alone is a big enough risk tongue.gif

Oh man, honestly cannot risk breaking the die, my bank account is on lockdown! Will be using one of those Corsairs or the 220. But if I were to put in a fan heatsink, say a Phantek or a Noctua Nh-D14, would those crush the poor thing? Delidding some to panic me enough though...
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Oh man, honestly cannot risk breaking the die, my bank account is on lockdown! Will be using one of those Corsairs or the 220. But if I were to put in a fan heatsink, say a Phantek or a Noctua Nh-D14, would those crush the poor thing? Delidding some to panic me enough though...

Honestly if you leave the IHS on it should be fine, just take your time with it. Maybe wait until you can afford a new one incase you break it? or at the least practice on some older CPU's. Celerons come to mind, some Pentium 4's are good too. I was really lucky in the fact that I had 2 sitting in my drawer.

I ran a Silver Arrow SB-E for a while de-lidded, I'm now running a waterblock as part of a custom loop de-lidded and it's been fine honestly, I even drove with it in the boot of my car with the SB-E on it without doing anything and it still runs fine. (It was like a one and a half hour drive too) 100+k's.

Once you've de-lidded it you can't really mess it up if you put the IHS back on. It's a really cool thing to do, but only ever do it if you feel the need, have good cooling and a steady hand.

Watching videos is great too, but I can't adhere more to obtaining some old celerons to practice on, it helped me so much.

Oh and also getting a photo of a naked Ivy Bridge will help you figure out how far you are able to cut underneath, one of the sides is rather hard as the core runs lengthways. I've circled the section below as it's closer to the edge unlike the rest of the CPU. Again take care and take your time. Lock the house up, take the phone off the hook and lock the cat out if you need to for the 15 minutes that you need to do this risky procedure.



EDIT: If I didn't answer your question, only go bare-die if you're using a waterblock, NEVER put a big cooler on it bare die. But it is safe if you use the IHS. I'd suggest a Swiftech H220 if you can afford it over the Corsair units thumb.gif
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Too bad there is no update in page one for new-ish processor.
afaik AMD FX use soldered thermal interface but they use that kind of crappy TIM for their modular architecture APUs (e.g. Llano, Trinity, Richland, Kaveri), just like Ivy-B and Haswell. (CMIIW)
But how about AMD's Jaguar arc like Kabini Athlon and Sempron? smile.gif
Is the TIM used in Pentium G3220 cause clock throttling because of high temperature?
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maybe this is a better solution??

http://easycomputertutorial.com/easily-remove-cpu-heat-spreader/






and if it is solder, then simply heat up the solder, then open it up.

wheee.gif no sharp blades to use thumb.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
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any advice on what would be the best CPU to train on? (thinking on deliding a 4790K)
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maybe this is a better solution??

http://easycomputertutorial.com/easily-remove-cpu-heat-spreader/






and if it is solder, then simply heat up the solder, then open it up.

wheee.gif no sharp blades to use thumb.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

Referring to photos, no this is not a good method, you can easily snap the PCB due to the angle.

Hammer with block of wood and CPU lid in the vice is the best way. A few small knocks will let you just lift the IHS off.

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can i delid also a xeon w3680? i have an i7 920 also and a dead i7 960(to practice)

is the xeon w3680 soldered? it's not on the list.

thanks for any help biggrin.gif
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I believe they are soldered. From what I've seen on this forum, most enthusiast class chips are soldered, even something ike a 4960X where thier IB mainstream counter parts are not.

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can i delid also a xeon w3680? i have an i7 920 also and a dead i7 960(to practice)

is the xeon w3680 soldered? it's not on the list.

thanks for any help biggrin.gif

All soldered.

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