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News Skylake-X Direct Die Frame aims for safer IHS-free cooling

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 19 Jan 2018.

  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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  2. Guest-16

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    That's a great mod. Now it needs it for 1151 CFL
     
  3. Mankz

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    £62 ?!???

    EDIT.. i suppose if you're de-lidding you can afford it.
     
  4. Anfield

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    Nice product, just a shame it is "necessary" in the first place to get proper cooling.
     
  5. Vault-Tec

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    Not so much delidding but what you are delidding. If you are delidding a £1500 CPU then £62 is a drop in the ocean.
     
  6. GeorgeStorm

    GeorgeStorm Aggressive PC Builder

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    Nice, some guys run direct die setups for ln2 with gains of 50-100mhz it seems, makes sense for it to filter down to ambient.
     
  7. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude Flying Dutchman

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    These won’t become a thing for CFL simply due to the substrate being way too thin. It bends much easier than Haswell or previous generations and has proven to be a massive issue with Skylake when direct die cooling is used.
     
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  8. Byron C

    Byron C *psst!* This guy is a loser!

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    Just like the old days of P3's & Athlons, when crushed cores were common... *nostalgia*... ;)
     
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  9. TheMadDutchDude

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    That’s why this bracket exists... to stop that. XD
     
  10. Byron C

    Byron C *psst!* This guy is a loser!

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    The amount of crushed cores I used to see is probably why they stopped shipping CPUs with bare dies and started adding heat spreaders.
     
  11. TheMadDutchDude

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    Yeah, that’s pretty much exactly the reason. However, it’s impossible to crush the core with this bracket.
     
  12. jb0

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    I never really understood why they didn't make a shim a standard feature. It seemed an obvious pack-in for bare-die parts. And then they went to a full lid instead of a shim, just out of spite I assume.
     
  13. Vault-Tec

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    Some one made one of these for Ivy. I forget who now, might have been MSI or Coolermaster?

    But delidding was nowhere near as popular as most just stuck with their Sandy CPU.
     
  14. TheMadDutchDude

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    It was MSI, VT. :)
     
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