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    4770k /4670K IHS Removals

    Because nothing change between Ivy & Haswell ( Temperatures ) just put your Ihs mod and results



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    Hersounds, I knew you would be the first to slice off that IHS

    Intel really went over board with the Paste and Black Silicone. Can't wait to see the new figures once you've cleaned that crap off and applied your latest Phobya Solution .

    One small thing meaning to ask the line of very small transistors/caps which appear to the left of the first picture (on the CPU) are they important or can you scrape a few off?
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    So I guess the clamp and hammer method would work on Haswell too lol
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    M6E

    Socket retention bracket to protect and hold down your nekid haswell



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    M6E

    Socket retention bracket to protect and hold down your nekid haswell


    Does that come with the board? Is it level with the CPU die so the cooling solution will rest on the bracket or does the die stick out above it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by docwhom View Post
    Hersounds, I knew you would be the first to slice off that IHS

    Intel really went over board with the Paste and Black Silicone. Can't wait to see the new figures once you've cleaned that crap off and applied your latest Phobya Solution .

    One small thing meaning to ask the line of very small transistors/caps which appear to the left of the first picture (on the CPU) are they important or can you scrape a few off?
    Yes i have nancy in home but if property of intel, in some days i have retail and i do the ihs mod bro! but i use liquid pro this time...is a little much better.
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    @ Hersounds...I'm pretty sure it will be included, but I haven't see the retail board yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    @ Hersounds...I'm pretty sure it will be included, but I haven't see the retail board yet.
    Yes Dumo bro...me too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    M6E

    Socket retention bracket to protect and hold down your nekid haswell


    Wow this will cause plenty of crushed cores if mounted naked..... Especially with "bowed" heatsinks like thermalright's

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKPolice View Post
    Wow this will cause plenty of crushed cores if mounted naked..... Especially with "bowed" heatsinks like thermalright's
    yes and also no need to do that temps with liquid pro drop 30C easy priming and with IHS on


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    without IHS+ liquid pro combination woo expecting some good results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xpower View Post
    without IHS+ liquid pro combination woo expecting some good results.
    Not really!,this is from a friend on facebook mine...



    as you see he need 1.16 vcore, and temps are not very well as all...with 3770k same speed need 1.12 vcore ( 3226B068 batch) and temps are more lower.
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    What cooler?
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    3770k with antec 620 dual fan...4770k similar stuff i don't remember right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by xpower View Post
    without IHS+ liquid pro combination woo expecting some good results.
    you should expect good results on temps but i dont dig that u wherent stable at 5Ghz or u cant boot and after delid YES u can, that was tried before on IVY and ur temps will be better yes at 30C less using liquid pro even me im stable at SAME volts after delid on IVY

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    Ppl at Overclock.net are talking painting the exposed metal next to the die with nail polish or mx-4 or gasket sealant prior to Liquid Metal as Liquid Metal is conductive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post
    Ppl at Overclock.net are talking painting the exposed metal next to the die with nail polish or mx-4 or gasket sealant prior to Liquid Metal as Liquid Metal is conductive.
    if you go mx4 temps will drop 9C if you go liquid ultra u get 30C !!! u can put some silicone over the parts to protect that will do the job

    this one NOT the others

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    Quote Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
    if you go mx4 temps will drop 9C if you go liquid ultra u get 30C !!! u can put some silicone over the parts to protect that will do the job

    this one NOT the others

    http://www.selectelectricidad.com/pu...aticrx_enl.jpg

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    lol ..ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by XBrytanX View Post
    lol ..ok
    u also have the smaller ones that will do the job more accurate, you cover the part where electronic surface mounted components are, let cool and the apply liquid pro


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    Use nail polish for that… It's far thiner and will protect the contacts, moreover if want to remove just throw some acetone at it and wipe it clean.

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    Do you guys use Coollaboratory Liquid Metal or Phobya? (the film or the paste)?

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    Gotta admit that my urge to upgrade from i5-750 got the better of me, 4760k on the way... darn it.

    Great to see some delidding action on the Haswell!

    Did you have a chance to test your own yet Hersounds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie-revhead View Post
    Do you guys use Coollaboratory Liquid Metal or Phobya? (the film or the paste)?

    phoyba liquid pro mate


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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie-revhead View Post
    Do you guys use Coollaboratory Liquid Metal or Phobya? (the film or the paste)?

    I use Liquid Pro ..Phoebya LM have a little less performance for me

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    Did you have a chance to test your own yet Hersounds?
    Yes soon.
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    Anxious to see some Haswell delid results.

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