Jump to content
goodtofufriday

Rockit 88 Kickstarter funded: Intel CPU Delid Ttool

Recommended Posts

Posted · Original PosterOP

Source?: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/119374257/rockit-88-intel-cpu-delid-tool

 

Something I thought many people here may appreciate. Someone's gone ahead and made a deliding tool, and now that the project has been funded it will (hopefully) become a reality. This will help out a lot of OCers and would make a great companion review video to LTT's recent deliding video.

 

There is also a relid tool as well that may come out as a stretch goal.

 

Not really anything to quote here. It delids intel cpus. Nuff said.

 

I'm not affiliated at all with the KS, but you can be sure I'll be trying it out. 

 

Delid

7fa19d3b2cac9b9b3559cbd196b8fd92_origina

 

Relid

46ba6a7d27827ae99ad6471864a2888b_origina

3b44a2c0f0d557d23cd17b310da45e28_origina


Main PC:  Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula Z | RAM: Amd R9 Gamer 32gb 2400mhz | Case: Cooler Master HAF X Case | Storage: Amd R7 480gb, 2x Crucial M500 240gb, Toshiba 5TB | PSU: Antec True Power Quattro 1200 | CPU: Amd FX-9590 | GPU: Asus Amd Fury X | Keyboard: Logitech G710+ | Mouse: Logitech G502 | Sound: Razer Leviathan | OS: Windows 10 Pro | Display: Dell u3415w | Cooling: Apogee XL, Heatkiller Fury X w/ Back Plate, 720mm Rad

Link to post
Share on other sites

First time something on Kickstarter has made me go "wow". This is really cool.

 

New nickname: Warrantybreaker2000 

 

I might back it though. Just to get one.


CPU: i5 4670k @ 3.4GHz + Corsair H100i      GPU: Gigabyte GTX 680 SOC (+215 Core|+162 Mem)     SSD: Kingston V300 240GB (OS)      Headset: Logitech G930 

Case: Cosair Vengance C70 (white)                RAM: 16GB TeamGroup Elite Black DDR3 1600MHz       HDD: 1TB WD Blue                              Mouse: Logitech G602

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium                       PSUXFX Core Edition 750w                                                Motherboard: MSI Z97-G45               Keyboard: Logitech G510

Link to post
Share on other sites

10 °C less with the delid + OC'd devils canyon oO"?

maybe going to try it


Nvidia VS AMD Current Lineup Evaluation and Reccomendations: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/406509-nvidia-vs-amds-current-lineup-evaluation/

 

Spoiler

CPU i7 4790K 4,7Ghz Cooling:Corsair H100iGTX+Noctua NF-F12PWM GPU: EVGA GTX980ti SC+ ACX2.0+ 1443/1853 RAM:16GB DDR3 Crucial Balistics Tactical Tracer Mobo:ASUS Z97-AR PSU:EVGA 750W G2 Supernova Case:BQ SB600

i7 4790k Devils Canyon OC @4,6Ghz,Cooler Corsair h100i GTX, GPU EVGA 980Ti SC+ ACX 2.0+ @ stoc

http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/278610-display-technology-faqmythbuster/

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, SuperShires said:

Say if I bought this tool and de-lidded my 4770k, could I use any TIM?

yes, but using anything but a liquid metal TIM such as CLU between the die and the ihs basically defeats the purpose. See linus's 6700k delid video and read the comments about how poorly he did it.

Link to post
Share on other sites
5 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

yes, but using anything but a liquid metal TIM such as CLU between the die and the ihs basically defeats the purpose. See linus's 6700k delid video and read the comments about how poorly he did it.

And I will continue to bump that thread, tagging him, until he renounces that terrible video.

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Majestic said:

And I will continue to bump that thread, tagging him, until he renounces that terrible video.

was planning on doing that exact same thing. That thread will never fall off the main page until he makes a new vid with the delid and testing done properly.

Link to post
Share on other sites
5 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

yes, but using anything but a liquid metal TIM such as CLU between the die and the ihs basically defeats the purpose. See linus's 6700k delid video and read the comments about how poorly he did it.

I delidded my 3770k and because some reasons I am not yet able to get my hands on any liquid metal TIM and I just used my MX-4 TIM, I got a ~15°C on my heavilly overclocked chip (going from 95°C to 80°C with all the other conditions the same running at roughly 1.375Vcore and 4.8GHz). You don't need liquid metal but it is sure as hell advised.


Someone once said: "Having a rollercoaster on a PC would be epic"

So threw a rollercoaster on my K'nex PC: Project Dragon Khan- K'nex rollercoaster PC build

Number 2 Fire Strike result with single 980 ti and a 3770k

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, tomaatvk said:

I delidded my 3770k and because some reasons I am not yet able to get my hands on any liquid metal TIM and I just used my MX-4 TIM, I got a ~15°C on my heavilly overclocked chip (going from 95°C to 80°C with all the other conditions the same running at roughly 1.375Vcore and 4.8GHz). You don't need liquid metal but it is sure as hell advised.

f6MvpyV.jpg

 

Hey.

Link to post
Share on other sites
6 minutes ago, tomaatvk said:

I delidded my 3770k and because some reasons I am not yet able to get my hands on any liquid metal TIM and I just used my MX-4 TIM, I got a ~15°C on my heavilly overclocked chip (going from 95°C to 80°C with all the other conditions the same running at roughly 1.375Vcore and 4.8GHz). You don't need liquid metal but it is sure as hell advised.

the tim intel used on the ivy cpus was extra terrible so those results aren't that surprising since you were really pushing it. I got a 18c drop on my 6700k at the same clocks/voltages of 4.7ghz/1.376vc with clu. The amazing thing though are my temps at 1.5v+ and 5ghz. Still in the mid to upper 60s with x264 and upper 60s/low 70s with IBT.

Link to post
Share on other sites
15 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

yes, but using anything but a liquid metal TIM such as CLU between the die and the ihs basically defeats the purpose. See linus's 6700k delid video and read the comments about how poorly he did it.

So basically, if I'm going to get this tool I may as well buy some Liquid Ultra to go with it?


I havent overclocked my 4770k

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, SuperShires said:

So basically, if I'm going to get this tool I may as well buy some Liquid Ultra to go with it?

absolutely. There are some other liquid metal compounds that work well with a delid too. Do a little research and you might find one that works a little better than clu.

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, Majestic said:

-snip-

I can only say 1 thing, pump more voltage through it, it is sufficiently cooled and a little more voltage won't kill or even harm the chip.

 

I have ran benchmarks at 1.55Vcore at over 5.2GHz for short periods of time and I've also ran a 5GHz overclock for some time after the delid at 1.45Vcore. It can take it as long as the temperatures can too.

 

2 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

the tim intel used on the ivy cpus was extra terrible so those results aren't that surprising since you were really pushing it. I got a 18c drop on my 6700k at the same clocks/voltages of 4.7ghz/1.376vc with clu. The amazing thing though are my temps at 1.5v+ and 5ghz. Still in the mid to upper 60s with x264 and upper 60s/low 70s with IBT.

Those are some damn nice results, how are you cooling your CPU? I am running some cheapo €28 heatsink (so air).


Someone once said: "Having a rollercoaster on a PC would be epic"

So threw a rollercoaster on my K'nex PC: Project Dragon Khan- K'nex rollercoaster PC build

Number 2 Fire Strike result with single 980 ti and a 3770k

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Is there any rules against advertising a product to break a warranty on a piece of hardware like this?

 

Is Intel likely to get their pants in a twist over this is what I am getting at.


System Specs:

CPU: 4790K 4.7GHz  GPU: ASUS STRIX GTX 1070 8GB MB: Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3  RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro 4x4GB (16GB)  CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-U14S  Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster Z  SSD: OCZ ARC100 480GB  HDD: Western Digital 1TB Black, Seagate Barracuda 1TB both 7200RPM, WD Green 2TB (storage)  PSU: Pro750W XFX 80 Plus Gold  Case: Corsair Carbide 330R  Optical Drive: Super Writemaster - SpeedPlus+ DVD/CD Drive

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
5 minutes ago, tomaatvk said:

Those are some damn nice results, how are you cooling your CPU? I am running some cheapo €28 heatsink (so air).

1320mm of radiator, ek supremacy evo, and all fans at idle. Stress testing on just the cpu might raise my water temp 1c or so with the fans running around 750rpm.

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, sof006 said:

Is there any rules against advertising a product to break a warranty on a piece of hardware like this?

 

Is Intel likely to get their pants in a twist over this is what I am getting at.

i doubt it, delidding a cpu voids the warranty. They shouldn't lose any money over it but theres always that person that will attempt rma fraud...

Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

1320mm of radiator, ek supremacy evo, and all fans at idle. Stress testing on just the cpu might raise my water temp 1c or so with the fans running around 750rpm.

And I thought my 620mm of rad was a lot lol. 


Main PC:  Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula Z | RAM: Amd R9 Gamer 32gb 2400mhz | Case: Cooler Master HAF X Case | Storage: Amd R7 480gb, 2x Crucial M500 240gb, Toshiba 5TB | PSU: Antec True Power Quattro 1200 | CPU: Amd FX-9590 | GPU: Asus Amd Fury X | Keyboard: Logitech G710+ | Mouse: Logitech G502 | Sound: Razer Leviathan | OS: Windows 10 Pro | Display: Dell u3415w | Cooling: Apogee XL, Heatkiller Fury X w/ Back Plate, 720mm Rad

Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, goodtofufriday said:

And I thought my 620mm of rad was a lot lol. 

i live at 10,500ft in elevation on the side of a mountain. My fans move roughly half the volume of air through my rads as i would at sea level. Kinda had to go nuts with rad space to achieve what i wanted.

Link to post
Share on other sites
7 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

1320mm of radiator, ek supremacy evo, and all fans at idle. Stress testing on just the cpu might raise my water temp 1c or so with the fans running around 750rpm.

I'm here like, 120mm heatsink anyone?


Someone once said: "Having a rollercoaster on a PC would be epic"

So threw a rollercoaster on my K'nex PC: Project Dragon Khan- K'nex rollercoaster PC build

Number 2 Fire Strike result with single 980 ti and a 3770k

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
17 minutes ago, tomaatvk said:

I can only say 1 thing, pump more voltage through it

ITX motherboard with 3 phases. 4,7ghz @ 1,378 was too much :D

Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, EdgeOfSanity said:

i live at 10,500ft in elevation on the side of a mountain. My fans move roughly half the volume of air through my rads as i would at sea level. Kinda had to go nuts with rad space to achieve what i wanted.

Makes sense. Also sucks. Any pictures? Sounds like an insane or asinine setup.


Main PC:  Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula Z | RAM: Amd R9 Gamer 32gb 2400mhz | Case: Cooler Master HAF X Case | Storage: Amd R7 480gb, 2x Crucial M500 240gb, Toshiba 5TB | PSU: Antec True Power Quattro 1200 | CPU: Amd FX-9590 | GPU: Asus Amd Fury X | Keyboard: Logitech G710+ | Mouse: Logitech G502 | Sound: Razer Leviathan | OS: Windows 10 Pro | Display: Dell u3415w | Cooling: Apogee XL, Heatkiller Fury X w/ Back Plate, 720mm Rad

Link to post
Share on other sites
26 minutes ago, Majestic said:

ITX motherboard with 3 phases. 4,7ghz @ 1,378 was too much :D

I don't wanna be the one to bring it to you but get a better motherboard although that may not be easy :P

 

I have a 12 phase ATX board, I've even pushed 1.65v through it once (I still can't believe my 3770k still lives...) without any trouble. However, with the new Broadwell-e chips released I suspect the enthousiast chips to be released soon too. I'm already in the process of looking for a 12 phase X99 motherboard.


Someone once said: "Having a rollercoaster on a PC would be epic"

So threw a rollercoaster on my K'nex PC: Project Dragon Khan- K'nex rollercoaster PC build

Number 2 Fire Strike result with single 980 ti and a 3770k

 

Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, CtW said:

Something like this already exists and it's called the Delid Die Mate from der8auer, a well known german overclocker.

 

http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=148622

For twice the price and harder to get.


Main PC:  Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula Z | RAM: Amd R9 Gamer 32gb 2400mhz | Case: Cooler Master HAF X Case | Storage: Amd R7 480gb, 2x Crucial M500 240gb, Toshiba 5TB | PSU: Antec True Power Quattro 1200 | CPU: Amd FX-9590 | GPU: Asus Amd Fury X | Keyboard: Logitech G710+ | Mouse: Logitech G502 | Sound: Razer Leviathan | OS: Windows 10 Pro | Display: Dell u3415w | Cooling: Apogee XL, Heatkiller Fury X w/ Back Plate, 720mm Rad

Link to post
Share on other sites
47 minutes ago, tomaatvk said:

I don't wanna be the one to bring it to you but get a better motherboard although that may not be easy

The only ITX board that would be an upgrade is the impact. But for that premium I might aswell just sell the i5 and get an i7/xeon. ;)

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.


×