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    Super Moderator - Coderat Array Nodens PC Specs
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    Carefull with reducing the gap too much on the bottom side as you may as well crush the die if you overdo it. I don't suggest lapping the bottom of the IHS.

    Only put Coolabs on the die. Nothing else
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    Nodens, I was scared about the gap too. Finally I had to take the risk. The heatspreader on mine doesn't touch the little board at all. It just sit on the DIY. It's like a bare mount. Never tried to lap underneath, because I was sure I am going to make it worst, but I lapped the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    Only put Coolabs on the die. Nothing else
    Are you saying use nothing between the IHS and my Noctua or just not the Coollaboratory Liquid Pro? If nothing, I've never heard that before or didn't understand what I was reading.

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    I was referring to this:
    Do you think it is really necessary to put a clear coat over those "little components" on the side of the chip like some people are doing?
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    I was referring to this:
    Oh, of course. Thanks! I can be a little dense sometimes...derp. Okay. I think I'm all squared away and ready to do this.

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    I think i got it, ... we're replacing the tmi inside the processor yeah? and putting the cap back on? or are we leaving them off (lol i'll watch some youtube later after work and i'm sure this'll make much more sense)

    In anycase, Good Luck man,... I could see my hands being so sweaty doing this . (hehehe.... the fun part)

    haswells that much diffrent than other chips ? (say a core 2 duo?) or is poping the lid off one of them for practice just going to destroy that chip?

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array meankeys PC Specs
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    Hi All

    I see we are talking about de-lidding again. I am no expert but have done it several times with great success. The best and safest way I found to de-lid is to take a utilitie knife blade

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    And a small light hammer. Place the cpu vertically on your desk or hard surface with the IHS facing you. Place the blade & cpu between your thumb and forefinger squeeze lightly keeping the blade flat against the circuit board. Starting in the corner lightly tap the blade it will cut through the epoxy glue that holds the IHS to the circuit board like butter. Tap until the blade is about 1/8" in to the corner then move to the next corner and so on till all the corners are loose. then with the blade in one corner start working your way around the chip and before you know it the IHS will fall free. This is the best and safest way to do it. Wiggling and pushing on a razor blade and having that blade slicing the palm of my hand does not sound like fun and a trip to the local emergency room can be costly. After you get the IHS off the CPU clean and prepare the IHS for Lapping. If you lap the under side of the IHS that will actually increase the gap between the die and the IHS. Now if you lap the outer edge of the underside of the IHS then yes you will decrease the gap.

    PS - Once I am ready to mount the CPU I place it carefully in the socket - apply my fav Tim cool labs Liquid ultra and then place the IHS on top of the die and lock it down. apply more TIM on top of the IHS (pea method 5-5.5 mm) mount the heat sink of your choice. (I have a test bench so if your installing in a case it may be a bit tricky) I have been testing with great success IC Diamond here some info on the bead method

    http://innovationcooling.com/applica...structions.htm

    My next favored TIM is GC Extreme both work very well and easy to apply
    Enjoy MKeys-)
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    Thanks, ganji! Now watch out, I'm running RRB for the Autumn Folly...

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    Zka17 has managed to dethrone solaufein_gr for the number one spot on the AMD rankings! Beating him by 7 RB points! Everyone salute your new King of AMD! Congratulations, Zka17!

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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array ganji PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    Thanks, ganji! Now watch out, I'm running RRB for the Autumn Folly...
    Very nice run mate
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