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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Yes it is, you can kill your CPU right there and the very act of delidding voids any warrenty.
    Yes it does void your warranty but the percentage chips die is very small and the only way your going to kill your chip if you dont know what your doing.

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    Do you got any data showing the fail rate, when delidding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhitePaw View Post
    Do you got any data showing the fail rate, when delidding?
    The only thing different from resetting your thermal paste on your CPU cooler to delidding your CPU is taking the IHS off which is simple, The only way your going to kill your CPU is One: You rush it and cut into the VRMs. Two you use metal based TIM and you put it onto the VRMs.

    Here are ways to avoid both, One: get a shorter blade and tape around half of it so it can only go in enough to cut the glue. Two: put electrical tape over the VRMs when applying the TIM.
    Last edited by LiveOrDie; 12-03-2013 at 09:09 AM.

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    Just a fast google with the keywords "3770k, 4770k, delidding, failure rate" gives a 30% failure rate for that process... and seemingly that's the immediate result, right after delidding... - so practically it's about how precisely are you doing it...

    Now, what I would be curious about are the long term results... I remember a discussion in an another thread where Raja said that there is a reason why engineers decided on this solution (other than saving money on manufacturing)...

    I have 2 delidded 3770k CPUs... one of them had the cooler placed directly on the die, without using the IHS - than one went in heaven during a bad flooding... The other was delidded, changed the TIM and IHS replaced - still working strong after approx 1 year...

    My point in this delidding story is to not do it if you want to keep your CPU for long time... if you have more than 1 CPU and you don't care about the warranty, then it is a nice experience to try it...

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    That is true most people that buy a new CPU and delid it will only keep it 2 year max, I already sold for x99 so ill be keeping my chip for around a year also the reason i delidded my CPU was to get better temps not every one has Aircon, Also I've been working with computers for over 10 years do mods that are harder than just removing a IHS so i had no worry's when doing it, When i do plan on selling it ill just glue the IHS back to the PCB.

    Also 30% failure rate isn't related to the CPU it related to the person doing it, You could delid 100 CPU a day and not brake one, Then some one thinking that they know what there doing after watching a 5min youtube video try's and ended up killing there chip who's to blame ?
    Last edited by LiveOrDie; 12-03-2013 at 11:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    Are you sure about that?! EVGA's Hydro Copper solutions are always a fullcover solution - which means that everything, GPU+VRAM +VRMs are actively cooled...

    Until now I had the privilege to try only some GTX580s from the Classi HC version, but I can tell you that the block on them is much higher level than EK is doing... if EVGA is sticking to that block maker (I believe is Swiftech), then can not be so bad...
    Here ya go mate

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    Also take a look at this mate , if ya scroll down the page it shows you temps on VRms with different coolers and evga hydro comes last
    http://www.xtremerigs.net/2013/09/07/evga-hydrocopper/

    It's a shame as these blocks are stunning and it's the blocks I was gonna get for my cards , if you want looks the evga wins hands down , overclocking I would go Ek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yonner View Post
    Also take a look at this mate , if ya scroll down the page it shows you temps on VRms with different coolers and evga hydro comes last
    http://www.xtremerigs.net/2013/09/07/evga-hydrocopper/

    It's a shame as these blocks are stunning and it's the blocks I was gonna get for my cards , if you want looks the evga wins hands down , overclocking I would go Ek
    I will check it out
    I must admit i wasnt aware of this before i bought the card
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    good spirit in here, keep on overclocking guys.. watch the temps tho
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