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Sorry for the dual post. But I was trying to find the EDIT link on my last post and couldn't see it.
Is this part of the new page design on TPU?

Here is my i9-7900X with a pair of 980Ti cards in it. In a while, I'm going to put a pair of 1070 cards inside and run it again.

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Sorry for the dual post. But I was trying to find the EDIT link on my last post and couldn't see it.
Is this part of the new page design on TPU?

Here is my i9-7900X with a pair of 980Ti cards in it. In a while, I'm going to put a pair of 1070 cards inside and run it again.

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Is this a recent CB run? Seems really low for a 7900x.
 
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Is this a recent CB run? Seems really low for a 7900x.

Yeah, I ran it and then shut down to swap the GPUs out.
Honestly, I've had a lot of trouble with my MSI board. It was included in the deal when I bought the i9-7900X CPU and 64GB (four 16GB sticks) Hyper-X 2600MHz. RAM kit.
It keeps going to Intel default RAM speeds after a reboot. (1066/2132MHz.)
My RAM is 64GB (eight 8GB sticks) of 3000MHz. GSKill Ripjaws-V. but I just swapped the RAM out for the 64GB Kit of Kingston Hyper-X RAM.
I'm not going to leave the 300MHz. speed RAM in a system that won't recognize it properly.

I need a better Mainboard for this CPU. (an ASUS or Gigabyte)

My Cinebench score improved slightly with the 1070s and slower RAM in the machine. (go figure)

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Yeah, I ran it and then shut down to swap the GPUs out.
Honestly, I've had a lot of trouble with my MSI board. It was included in the deal when I bought the i9-7900X CPU and 64GB (four 16GB sticks) Hyper-X 2600MHz. RAM kit.
It keeps going to Intel default RAM speeds after a reboot. (1066/2132MHz.)
My RAM is 64GB (eight 8GB sticks) of 3000MHz. GSKill Ripjaws-V. but I just swapped the RAM out for the 64GB Kit of Kingston Hyper-X RAM.
I'm not going to leave the 300MHz. speed RAM in a system that won't recognize it properly.

I need a better Mainboard for this CPU. (an ASUS or Gigabyte)

My Cinebench score improved slightly with the 1070s and slower RAM in the machine. (go figure)

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Well that certainly looks better. I tried HARD to get my 7900x stable at 4.8, but I ultimately dropped it to 4.7GHz and after some tweaking, it's stable with 1.2V. CB scores are ~2590. I'm running 32G of Corsair Vengence 3466 RAM clocked at 3600. I have also re-enabled all of the power saving settings ( C-states, Speed shift) and that managed to drop idle temps to 23C with an ambient temp of 20C.
 
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That Strix board is better than my MSI X299 Gaming M-7 ACK. Someone lent me what I need to de-lid this CPU but I'm not sure about doing it.
I screwed up one of my i7-7700Ks de-lidding it. So I'm pretty gunshy about it.
I'm going to have to either do it or not, pretty soon. I've had his de-lid tool too long.
 
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I have a feeling whoever sent you the tool won't be delidding anything until cascade lake x so you're probably fine...

Take a few shots... say a few prayers... then go for it. :D
 
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That Strix board is better than my MSI X299 Gaming M-7 ACK. Someone lent me what I need to de-lid this CPU but I'm not sure about doing it.
I screwed up one of my i7-7700Ks de-lidding it. So I'm pretty gunshy about it.
I'm going to have to either do it or not, pretty soon. I've had his de-lid tool too long.

Yeah, I thought about sending my chip to Silicon lottery for delidding. However, I don't think I will get any higher overclocks, just a lower temp.
 
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Take a few shots... say a few prayers... then go for it. :D

I'm gonna be a blubbering fool if I mess this one up too!

Yeah, I thought about sending my chip to Silicon lottery for delidding. However, I don't think I will get any higher overclocks, just a lower temp.

Your temps are pretty good already. I say don't fix it!
 
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i would be worried if it was an XE since they have bigger dies, but that tool is designed for the 7900x/7820x.

My delid did only get me like 100MHz more - with another 100Mhz headroom if i went to a waterloop... did drop temps to where i sit cooler at 4.75ghz 1.21 than i did at 4.65 1.156.

I still throttle at 4.8 with the H105, so i just left it at 4.75 really don't notice that 50 mhz
 
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My wife is going on a road trip starting tomorrow morning. Maybe I'll do the delid then. That will give me time to commit seppuku if I screw the chip up.
 
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My wife is going on a road trip starting tomorrow morning. Maybe I'll do the delid then. That will give me time to commit seppuku if I screw the chip up.

Although my temps have been pretty reasonable, and everything I've thrown at the cpu so far barely even makes it break a sweat (other than synthetic benchmarks), I am also considering a delid, and maybe even a copper IHS. I have to imagine if I did go through with removing the IHS I could likely keep it under 70 Celsius at 5.2 GHz ,not that i need to, but what the heck right?;)
 
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Benchmark Scores Faster than yours... I'd bet on it. :)
I screwed up one of my i7-7700Ks de-lidding it. So I'm pretty gunshy about it.
With a tool? Its foolproof that way, really.

I have a tool for the small chips I would be happy to mail to someone to use... but, you can't waffle on it and hold it for gosh knows how long.

I've been looking to borrow a tool for the Skylake-X chips if anyone knows somebody... :)
 
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With a tool? Its foolproof that way, really.

I have a tool for the small chips I would be happy to mail to someone to use... but, you can't waffle on it and hold it for gosh knows how long.

I've been looking to borrow a tool for the Skylake-X chips if anyone knows somebody... :)


im looking at possibly getting this one. it relids, and Delids. and seems to be reasonably priced, with good feedback from users. as you said, with a dedicated tool, damage is pretty tough to come by, unless the tool is poor quality OFC, or human error plays a hand.

 
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With a tool? Its foolproof that way, really.

Yeah, I used a tool with the 7700K and it doesn't work now. (the one pictured above) And the copper heatsink.
 
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Yeah, I used a tool with the 7700K and it doesn't work now. (the one pictured above) And the copper heatsink.

What was it that caused the issue? Was the tool defective ? If you don't mind me asking of course.mainly because I'm considering purchasing that unit and I'd like to know if it was the tool
 
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What was it that caused the issue? Was the tool defective ? If you don't mind me asking of course.mainly because I'm considering purchasing that unit and I'd like to know if it was the tool

That's the tool i have - worked great... not scary at all.

@EarthDog once RealNeil delids i have no issues with him sending it to you for a while - it doesnt have the relid bracket though, I was more comfortable using my socket pressure to relid so i would have to look for it if you want it.
 
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What was it that caused the issue? Was the tool defective ? If you don't mind me asking of course.mainly because I'm considering purchasing that unit and I'd like to know if it was the tool

I don't know what went wrong. It was probably my fault. The tool worked perfectly as far as taking the lid off.
It was dead once I was done. I redid it twice and it still didn't work.
The tool I used was for the 6600K, 7700K, 8700K series of CPUs.


That's the tool i have - worked great... not scary at all.

@EarthDog once RealNeil delids i have no issues with him sending it to you for a while - it doesnt have the relid bracket though, I was more comfortable using my socket pressure to relid so i would have to look for it if you want it.

I don't mind sending it along if you don't care. I just wish that I had the relid tool here because my socket is inside of a case and vertical. To use the socket to relocate the lid would mean that I would have to uninstall the mainboard.
 
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I don't mind sending it along if you don't care. I just wish that I had the relid tool here because my socket is inside of a case and vertical. To use the socket to relocate the lid would mean that I would have to uninstall the mainboard.

I'll look for it - but if you're off even a bit on the relid, or god forbid, get it backwards.. well you know.

- did you install the CPU and kraken vertically? That seems hard!

EDIT: i think i saw it the other day while cleaning, ill let you know manana.
 
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if anyone here has a delid/relid compatible w/ 8600k (cafe latte Lake), please HMU, id love to save the $45 if possible ....it never occurred to me to ask another member if they had one.
 
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It's not the Kraken anymore. I swapped it out for a Corsair 280MM AIO with three fans on it. The fourth fan is blocked.
The case is a Corsair Carbide Air 540.

It's pictured here with the 1080s in it. Now it has the 1070 Gigabyte cards.

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if anyone here has a delid/relid compatible w/ 8600k (cafe latte Lake), please HMU, id love to save the $45 if possible ....it never occurred to me to ask another member if they had one.

The one that I own will do that CPU. PM me tomorrow
 
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It's not the Kraken anymore. I swapped it out for a Corsair 280MM AIO with three fans on it. The fourth fan is blocked.
The case is a Corsair Carbide Air 540.

It's pictured here with the 1080s in it. Now it has the 1070 Gigabyte cards.

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The one that I own will do that CPU. PM me tomorrow
Will do & TY. Ill need to order some gallium & gasket sealant beforehand

That AIO cooler is a beast ,huh? I have one too, it is heats worst enemy:) . I bought mine in 2016 & got it pretty cheap too, i couldn't believe it was actually that old because it doesn't look that old. Out of all the aio liquid coolers I've owned ,that one aged the best, it probably has a lot to do with the tubing being sleeved and high-quality
 
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Yeah, mine works pretty well too. I bought it about a year ago and then forgot it was on the shelf. I found it not long ago and I knew that it would help the i9 out.

So Gallium? Does it come in a liquid form?
I have black high-temp RTV and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut I can send you to use. Just send back the unused portion.
 
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Memory 32GB Corsair RGB fancy boi 5000
Video Card(s) RTX 3090 Reference
Storage Samsung 970 Evo 1Tb + Samsung 970 Evo 500Gb
Display(s) Dell - 27" LED QHD G-SYNC x2
Case Fractal Design Meshify-C
Audio Device(s) on board
Power Supply Seasonic Focus+ Gold 1000 Watt
Mouse Logitech G502 spectrum
Keyboard AZIO MGK-1 RGB (Kaith Blue)
Software Win 10 Professional 64 bit
Benchmark Scores the MLGeesiest
So Gallium? Does it come in a liquid form?
I have black high-temp RTV and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut I can send you to use. Just send back the unused portion.


conductonaut liquid metal and prolimitech. they are Galium ( & other metals) and prolimitech is Gasket sealant. it was just shorter for me to type galium & sealant ;) laziness
 
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Benchmark Scores Faster than yours... I'd bet on it. :)
That's the tool i have - worked great... not scary at all.

@EarthDog once RealNeil delids i have no issues with him sending it to you for a while - it doesnt have the relid bracket though, I was more comfortable using my socket pressure to relid so i would have to look for it if you want it.
Same here, no relid bracket. Would happy to pay for shipping and fast food meal for sending it! :)
 
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