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Delidding a Core i7 6700K

He got the delid-die-mate from der8auer :P He's a german overclocker. You can get this thing on caseking.de

i7 6700k - 32GB DDR4-2133 - GTX 980

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1 hour ago, Lolucoca said:

He got the delid-die-mate from der8auer :P He's a german overclocker. You can get this thing on caseking.de

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I delidded my 3570K and it helped a ton but on the newer chips it's kind of pointless because Intel got their heads outta their asses and fixed the TIM.

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8 minutes ago, Kilobytez95 said:

I delidded my 3570K and it helped a ton but on the newer chips it's kind of pointless because Intel got their heads outta their asses and fixed the TIM.

Unfortunately it's still the same thing with Haswell and Skylake. Main issue is the black adhesive they use to attach the heatspreader to the pcb, it just makes unnecessary cap between the cpu die and heatspreader.

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6 hours ago, maybethisnamewillwork said:

Unfortunately it's still the same thing with Haswell and Skylake. Main issue is the black adhesive they use to attach the heatspreader to the pcb, it just makes unnecessary cap between the cpu die and heatspreader.

From what I've seen online it's not an issue. Even intel came out I think on haswell and used improved TIM as a selling point. I can't imagine they would screw that up again. Maybe a delid will get you a few extra degrees drop (maybe 5) but that's nothing compared to the 30 or so that you could get on Ivy bridge.

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22 hours ago, Kilobytez95 said:

I delidded my 3570K and it helped a ton but on the newer chips it's kind of pointless because Intel got their heads outta their asses and fixed the TIM.

Did you delid a 6700K yourself and overclocked it? I did it and it gave me 55°C with 4,8GHz @ 1,45V from 70°C..

And no, the TIM is still crap like it used to be. CPUs were used to be soldered - that's the point of delidding - putting Liquid Metal on.

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MoBo: ASrock Z170 Extreme 4

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Seeing people using this fucking video all over the place now on forums to discredit the viability of delidding. "But linus has 3million followers, you're just a guy on the internet".

Maybe people forget Linus is just a salesperson, turned unboxer that got traction on the internet. He has no engineering background or degree in the field. If he did, his inner engineer would've compelled him to make a rebuttal or retractment. I find his intellectual dishonesty infuriating, and the appealing to authority from his audience even moreso.

 

Either pull the video, or redo it @LinusTech

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I would not ever do this to my beloved CPUs, but good luck with yours! :D

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2 minutes ago, Nena360 said:

I would not ever do this to my beloved CPUs, but good luck with yours! :D

AMD is soldered, you would brick it. And I already did. 50-55 deg. on 1,4V. running small fft's prime27.9. (AIO cooler)

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Just leaving this here.. it's something I bought to delid then relid my 6600k, not received yet

 

 

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On 5-10-2016 at 5:42 PM, belfouf said:

Just leaving this here.. it's something I bought to delid then relid my 6600k, not received yet

Get some nail polish and just cover the SMD's next to the CPU. It's overkill, but atleast you run 0% chance to get a short.

Liquid Ultra is conductive, any residue and it's game over.

 

It also means you don't have to use the tape.

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12 hours ago, Majestic said:

Get some nail polish and just cover the SMD's next to the CPU. It's overkill, but atleast you run 0% chance to get a short.

Liquid Ultra is conductive, any residue and it's game over.

 

It also means you don't have to use the tape.

thank you very much for the tip, I will.

 

any nail polish will do ?

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You should do a follow up on this video with the 7700k seemingly being so much more affected. 

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Linus - Master of the shitting intel stock cooler mounting system.

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Yes. More stuff like this and I will re-sub. You're Linus Tech Tips, not Linus Flawed Benchmark Methodology And Apple Shit-Talk Clickbait.

 

Edit: I am loving the complete lack of any cares when it comes to controlling static -- even resting the CPU on a mousemat. xD

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