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der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

 

der8auer's Skylake Delid-Die-Mate is now available to Pre-order at Overclockers UK, making the process of Deliding your CPU not just much easier, but also much safer. 

In the past the easiest method of deliding your Intel CPUs carried with it a lot of risks, which is something that most people are not willing to put take the chance and potentially damage their £200+ CPUs by removing the IHS. This generation with Intel's Skylake CPUs this is especially true, as the PCB of the CPU is much thinner. 

While the der8auer Delid-Die-Mate is rather pricey at £62.99, but when considering that it protects CPUs like your £300+ Intel Skylake 6700K it is a small price to pay.  

 

  der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK  der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK

 

The Vice method has been the preferred method for CPU lid removal since the introduction of thermal paste into Intel CPU die contacts. With the advent of Skylake CPUs, many users have found that performance gains were huge when delidding the CPU and either reapplying a performance thermal interface material or running the CPU with the cooler directly on the die. 

The problem with the newer style Skylake CPUs is that the PCB is so thin that you run the risk of damaging your expensive CPU by attempting to remove the IHS. 

Many enthusiasts have started using razorblades to remove the lid of their CPU but this has a lot of dangers of its own. After spending time and money finding a top performing CPU, world class overclockers cannot afford to risk damaging a record breaking CPU by removing the IHS.

The der8auer Delid-Die-Mate simplifies this process and removes all risk of damaging your CPU.
The tool is two precision milled blocks that clamp together around the CPU with even force distribution that locks the CPU in place safely. By turning the screw on the back of the device, the lid of the CPU is pushed steadily away from the PCB with no risk of damage to your expensive performance CPU.

The der8auer Delid-Die-Mate has indicators for Skylake, Ivy Bridge, Haswell and Devils Canyon CPU types.

 

 

  der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK  der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate Now at OCUK  

 

Right now the der9auer Delid-Die-Mate is available to Pre-order at Overclockers UK for the price of £62.99

 

You can join the discussion on der8auer Delid-Die-Mate on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

18-11-2015, 11:47:19

Filby83
do you just pop some TIM on there and bolt the cooler on top then ?Quote

18-11-2015, 12:43:56

KTM_RULZ
You just clean that black glue, apply tim and place the heat spreader. The cpu bracket will hold it in place.Quote

18-11-2015, 17:35:02

Mysterae
I'd rather put the water block directly on the die without the heatspreader (with TIM of course) but MSI don't sell their die guards separately. If one came with the above de-lidder, I'd be getting one .Quote

19-11-2015, 09:56:42

TPC
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Originally Posted by Mysterae View Post
I'd rather put the water block directly on the die without the heatspreader (with TIM of course) but MSI don't sell their die guards separately. If one came with the above de-lidder, I'd be getting one .
there is one from Der 8auer as well. 30€ I think, it's also available on OCUK.Quote

19-11-2015, 11:58:59

Mysterae
Quote:
Originally Posted by TPC View Post
there is one from Der 8auer as well. 30€ I think, it's also available on OCUK.
Cheers for that. £91 is a bit steep as a bundle, and £28 for the guard alone is not on. Good luck to him though.Quote
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