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post #1 of 123 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 10:25 PM - Thread Starter
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Well, while browsing through bitspower's website I found out about this IHS

I have an i7 7700k delidded, I happen to have made a dent on my IHS so I had to lap it.
It won't hurt to try this but I want to know what advantages this bitspower IHS has over the stock intel IHS.
Maybe someone here already tried this? I'll probably order it anyway and try it. Just gotta make sure it fits Kaby Lake as well.
As listed in the website it is for Skylake, anyone know if Skylake and Kaby have the same die size? Just want to make sure.

This is really interesting. Look at the 2nd photo, really interesting, this would eliminate the need to put rtv or whatever adhesive (I never put one) and no more sliding IHS when locking it in place. 450TWD is a decent price too.

Skylake IHS (This is what I have, also works with Kaby Lake)

Kaby Lake IHS (Newer version)




(Credit: livedoor.jp blog http://blog.livedoor.jp/wisteriear/archives/1057073845.html)

Update: Bitspower confirmed that it is compatible with Kaby Lake. So I will proceed to order this and probably update this thread on how the product is.

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Hello again!

I got my Bitspower IHS today, finally got to install it.
It will fit perfectly on Kaby Lake. To be honest it took down my temps ~3-5C.
I originally had lapped my Intel IHS. My idle temps using intel's IHS was 35C now it is 29-30C this is with an ambient of 24-25C btw.

No more sliding IHS when locking it down to the motherboard too!

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For 450 TWD I'd say it is worth it.

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Just got it today.
I'm still scare to delid my cpu with razor.
Hope this will be better than stock IHS
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Just got it today.
I'm still scare to delid my cpu with razor.
Hope this will be better than stock IHS

Don't expect too much tho only improved 3-5c smile.gif compared to stock IHS. I'm reapplying my LM soon, gonna try conductonaut.

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How much coin for the Bitspower CPU Integrated Heat Spreader.

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How much coin for the Bitspower CPU Integrated Heat Spreader.

That would be 20 CAD for you. Not with shipping yet though.

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That would be 20 CAD for you. Not with shipping yet though.
Right on, thanks for the info..Where does it ship from and how long did it take to get it once ordered..

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Go to their web shop here: http://www.bitspower.com.tw/
(you have to sign up for an account btw)

It ships straight from Bitspower in Taiwan, so you might wanna order sometime around 10AM GMT +8, you can expect a quotation for you order within a few hours. Once you receive the quotation and confirm it they will send you a link where to pay. You can pay with credit card or debit card (I paid with my Visa Debit). Well, I am from the Philippines which is just south of Taiwan so it took a couple of days for it to get here. They have a nice tracking system by the way, but expect broken English from them. I have a feeling shipping would be more expensive for you but then its a small item so it might not be.

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