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Delid Die Mate 2

Delid Die Mate 2

Instructions

Unpack your new der8auer Delid Die Mate 2 (DDM2).

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Take DDM2, IHS repositioning tool and hex key out of the box.

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Remove the regluing tool from the DDM2.

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Disassemble the DDM2 by taking out screw and slider.

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Insert the CPU. Make sure that the triangles of DDM2 and CPU align.

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Add slider and screw.

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Use the hex key to tighten the screw.

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keep turning until you can feel that the IHS (Heatspreader) is moving. In some cases you need to apply a lot of force to move the IHS. Make sure you inspect the current progress and don’t overtighten.

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Remove IHS and CPU.

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Clean CPU and IHS and apply new thermal paste. I prefer to use liquid metal compounds such as Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut. Apply new glue. I usually use UHU high temperature silicone glue (thermal paste and glue are available at caseking.de)

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Put the CPU back in the DDM2. Again make sure that the triangles align.

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Place the IHS repositioning tool on top to make sure that the IHS sits in the perfekt position.

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Make sure that the screw of the regluing tool is sitting right at the top.

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Slide the regluing tool over the DDM2 while keeping the repositioning tool in the DDM2.

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Keep turning the screw until you feel resistance.

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Once you can feel resistance, only tighten by another 90° rotation. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN! Too much pressure can damage the CPU permanently

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Lift up the repositioning tool and place it on top. Wait about 30-60 minutes until the glue is dry.

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Remove the IHS repositioning tool, take out the CPU and have fun with lower temperatures :)

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