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It was almost trivial to delid my Kaby maybe because it was my 3rd and I was blown away by the junky thermal paste on my die..  The actual delid took about 5 minutes but the cleaning and re-install added about 15 minutes.  The result was very nice 20+c drop at 99% load @ 4900ghz .  My build was cruzin in the 70's under full load before the delid I was hitting 100c.

 

Cheers

jjs


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I want to hear the story of why you are on your third Kaby Lake!

Ted


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On 2/24/2017 at 8:13 PM, Ted Striker said:

I want to hear the story of why you are on your third Kaby Lake!

Ted

Just to look at his trashcan: two broken 7700K cpus... Just kidding.

I'm thinking about to delid my 7700K too, once I'm in the right mood at the right time. Mine runs 5GHz at around 90 +/-5C under full load. Not nice at all but kind of stable so I still haven done the delid thing yet 

I saw a youtube video on using vise to delid. It seems very simple and I have a vise. Maybe I should give this method a try.


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7 hours ago, FlyIce said:

 

I saw a youtube video on using vise to delid. It seems very simple and I have a vise. Maybe I should give this method a try.

 

No!!! Don't use the vice method for Skylake or Kaby Lake. I understand the PCB is a bit thicker with Kaby but still avoid.

Wait for the new Delid DieMate 2 to arrive. Makes the process VERY easy an relatively safe. Or use the old version of the DieMate.

 

 

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If you have steady hands and patience the razor method still works fine.  I've delidded one Skylake and one Kaby Lake CPU this way (in addition to 6 prior Haswell and Ivy Bridge chips).

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Don't recommend the vice.  I just use a couple of clamps with rubber feet to make a square to keep the chip from sliding on the corner of a counter-top and slap down a couple pieces of thick gorilla duck tape to cushion the bottom of the circuit board.  Don't put any tape on the unit.

Work the corners first (takes about 2 minutes for all four) then the sides which will go in about 2 more minutes.  Don't clean the circuit board (except if you got paste all over then use 91% alchohol with a cotton swap)  Clean the spreader with the alky and polish it up with a scrub pad (inside and out) so the paste can get a better cooling contact.  Use your grey matter and don't clamp, scape or do anything directly to the circuit board other than pop the heat spreader off.  A single edge blade is your only tool.

Really it is about a 30 minute job from cracking the case to power on.

Regards

jja


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30 minutes?  Jeez, I only needed 5 back in the Ivy Bridge/Haswell days.  Today I'm a lot more careful because of the thin package but still only 10 minutes maybe.

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My 6 month old kitten did mine with his razor sharp claws in one swipe. I kid you not. He's like a baby wolverine.

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11 hours ago, martin-w said:

My 6 month old kitten did mine with his razor sharp claws in one swipe. I kid you not. He's like a baby wolverine.

I would probably use the vise in that case.

 

Cheers

jja


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Oh and this build has great throughput - the high FPS counter in FSX has pegged 300.  The highest on the IVY was about 228.

 

Cheers

jja


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12 hours ago, jjjallen said:

I would probably use the vise in that case.

 

Cheers

jja

 

But he's very precise.

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i delidded my 7700k as well and can run at 5ghz now with a max temp of 65c under stress testing, before it was hitting 85c

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