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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-23-2019, 09:38 AM
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I'd say buying new tires and burning them up and going no where
Much better analogy!

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You need to delid, remove the solder, lm to get better temps. That solder job might as well be slightly better bird poop.
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You need to delid, remove the solder, lm to get better temps. That solder job might as well be slightly better bird poop.
That's a big job on these and it voids warranty.
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It has always been said but people still don't get it, for me Prime belongs to the past.

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Yeah I believe we already have one fellow who's delid attempt didn't go well with solder.

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Yeah I believe we already have one fellow who's delid attempt didn't go well with solder.
I used the rockit kit on mine and it came off fine. There's a better way to remove the solder than scraping at it like I did. Rockit cool now sells a solution to wipe the solder off.
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I used the rockit kit on mine and it came off fine. There's a better way to remove the solder than scraping at it like I did. Rockit cool now sells a solution to wipe the solder off.
Thank you so much, I had no idea this existed. I wasn't going to delid my 9900k because I didn't want to risk killing it while removing the solder but I lookup up the product (Rockit Quicksilver) and it looks amazing. In the pictures they showed, the kit got the die completely clean. Sadly it's not listed on Rockit Cool's Australian website but I emailed them about it to see if they could get it. I've got some leftover conductonaut from my 8700k and a Delid Die Mate 2 so if I can get this stuff I will probably delid my 9900k and apply liquid metal. I'm so glad it can be done safely now.

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If I remember, the green stuff has been there years and it hasn't got any worse over time.

Next time I clean the loop I'll inspect more closely and go from there.

As for P95, it was the only application strong enough to tell me my system wasn't completely stable. The random crashing was driving me nuts and P95 pointed me in the right direct. I could run any other application test all day long.

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