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Thermal Grizzly Delid Die-Mate Tool Hire for AMD & Intel - $15

Thermal Grizzly Delid Die-Mate Tool Hire for AMD & Intel - $15

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Need a delidding tool but find it a little much for just one use?

Well now you can just hire it for a fraction of the price!

How it works is a security payment is made for the unit for $80. The hire period lasts for three days, beginning from delivered date via Auspost tracking. Each day after the initial three days will be an additional $5 per day.

Once returned, the balance will be refunded via your original payment method.

 

Overview for Ryzen 7000 Version

Ryzen 7000 Delid-Die-Mate

The Ryzen 7000 Delid-Die-Mate is a tool for removing the heatspreader on AMD Ryzen 7000 processors. By removing the heat spreader, the CPUs can be cooled via "Direct Die", for example. With the so-called "direct die", the CPU cooler is mounted directly on the CPU dies and the I/O die of the processor. By omitting the heat spreader in the cooling circuit, a significantly optimized heat transfer from the dies to the CPU cooler is possible.

Properties

  • Compatible with Ryzen 7000 CPUs
  • Delidding tool
  • Made from aluminum

Delidding on Ryzen 7000 Processors

Ryzen 7000 CPUs are primarily delidded for a possible installation of the CPU cooler directly on the CPU die. In the case of Ryzen 7000 CPUs, this would be the I/O die (IOD) and one or two CPU dies (CCDs) (chiplets). By leaving out the heatspreader and mounting the CPU cooler directly on the die, the temperatures can be reduced by 10-20°C.

Ryzen 7000 Heat Spreaders

These enormous temperature improvements through Direct Die are also due to the heat spreader of the Ryzen 7000 processors. The heat spreaders for the AM5 platform introduced with Ryzen 7000 are thicker than older heat spreaders such as AM4. This was done to make older AM4 compatible CPU coolers compatible with the AM5 platform as well. In addition, the surface of the Ryzen 7000 heat spreader is significantly smaller at around 910 mm² compared to AM4 at 1,300 mm².

 

Overview for Intel LGA 1700 Version

The Thermal Grizzly Delid-Die-Mate Intel 13th Gen in detail
The Thermal Grizzly Intel 13th Gen Delid-Die-Mate is a tool for removing the heatspreader ("head", "delidden") on Intel processors from the Alder Lake and Raptor Lake series. With the so-called "Direct Die", the CPU cooler is mounted directly on the processor chip. By omitting the heat spreader in the cooling circuit, a significantly optimized heat transfer from the dies to the CPU cooler is possible.

Why Delidding & Direct Die Method on Intel Processors?
During delidding, or "heading", the processor's heat spreader is removed. For unsoldered processors, delidden is typically used to replace the thermal interface (TIM) between the CPU die and heatspreader with high quality thermal paste or liquid metal before the heatspreader is reassembled. However, since 13th Gen Intel Core processors are soldered, this is not an option as removing the indium solder would create too large a gap between the IHS and CPU dies.

Therefore, the 13th Gen Intel Core CPUs are primarily delidded for a possible installation of the CPU cooler directly on the CPU dies. Experience has shown that by leaving out the heatpspreader and mounting the CPU cooler directly on the die, the temperatures can be reduced by 10-15 °C if liquid metal such as Conductonaut is used as the TIM. A corresponding test with an Intel Core i9-13900K was carried out by content creator and tech YouTuber Roman "der8auer" Hartung, professional overclocker and engineer.

Caution: Removing the heatspreader ("heading", "delidden") of a processor is at your own risk! The manufacturer's warranty expires when the CPU is decapitated! Damage caused by cutting the CPU is not covered by the manufacturer's warranty!

Technical details:
Material: Anodized aluminum
Color: Black, Red

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