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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-15-2019, 06:45 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
Nickel-plated copper with an additional gold layer on the underside to improve solder wettability.

There is no aluminum in the IHS.
Pretty much, but since it's soldered one risks damage to die and not much gain in thermals let alone performance. So... why bother with LM when it's soldered.

Some units are easy to delid some not, even when not soldered. Some snap open some you have to go back and forth in direction to work the material loose.
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Pretty much, but since it's soldered one risks damage to die and not much gain in thermals let alone performance. So... why bother with LM when it's soldered.
This is what confused me, the 9900K comes already soldered onto the IHS (best decision yet from that Company), still we have some here who think that delidding it will make it vastly more superior with heat transfer.

This on going disease has carried over from all those years of Trash Intel paste-gump, that they continue to delid their current 9900K's under that illusion of getting superior heat performance transfer.

Hope everyone considers the facts before undertaking such an insane delusion, you know you won't get any of your money back from any retailer, when they discover your damaged folly.

Wasting your money on a continuing basis to help maintain the Capitalist System to turn over, then whom am I to stop anyone from contributing, ..... please carry on......
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This is what confused me, the 9900K comes already soldered onto the IHS (best decision yet from that Company), still we have some here who think that delidding it will make it vastly more superior with heat transfer.

This on going disease has carried over from all those years of Trash Intel paste-gump, that they continue to delid their current 9900K's under that illusion of getting superior heat performance transfer.

Hope everyone considers the facts before undertaking such an insane delusion, you know you won't get any of your money back from any retailer, when they discover your damaged folly.

Wasting your money on a continuing basis to help maintain the Capitalist System to turn over, then whom am I to stop anyone from contributing, ..... please carry on......

Technically if you OC your warranty is already void so who cares

Deliding and putting liquid metal or going direct die still gets you (arguably) worthwhile temp gains on top of better temp consistently across all cores. It's not an illusion or maintaining the capitalist syetem



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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
Deliding and putting liquid metal or going direct die still gets you (arguably) worthwhile temp gains on top of better temp consistently across all cores. It's not an illusion or maintaining the capitalist syetem

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...n2,5618-4.html

Looks like Intel still fails, with even soldered on IHS designs .

Now I understand those using Intel gear - delid EVERYTHING that comes from that company .
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I use liquid metal between IHS and heatsink on my NH-D15.
Every C reduction helps. But I did take extra precautions to protect against LM spillover:

1) Super 33+ tape around the socket, going from the edge of the IHS covering the retention mechanism.
2) Polyurethane foam dam (air conditioner foam) cutout in the shape of the IHS, with a few mm to spare, for extra protection and to help against oxidation.
Just a question: what temps do you get with Noctua D15 on 9900K? Im using same cooler on 8700K, dellied its rocking as low as 65C on 20-30C room temps.
I was considering going on a 9900K, around 4.8-4.9 ghz.

Did you tested it too (temps) without delliding?
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Just a question: what temps do you get with Noctua D15 on 9900K? Im using same cooler on 8700K, dellied its rocking as low as 65C on 20-30C room temps.
I was considering going on a 9900K, around 4.8-4.9 ghz.

Did you tested it too (temps) without delliding?
I don't remember. Totally depends on the test conditions and ambients and its summer time now too. Doesn't help.
If ambients are in control i get around 78C temps at x47/x44 speeds at 1.230v with LLC High (LLC5) with 15K Prime95 fixed FFT FMA3.

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