|Item model number||FSD8-026|
|Item Weight||2.65 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.75 x 5.31 x 3.31 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.75 x 5.31 x 3.31 inches|
|Date First Available||March 21, 2019|
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der8auer OC CPU Mounting Frame for Intel 9th Gen CPU
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.75 x 5.31 x 3.31 inches|
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- CPU mounting frame completely replaces Intel's ILM (Integrated Loading Mechanism)
- Allows the CPU to be operated and cooled without a heatspreader
- Secure mounting for maximum cooling performance
- Only compatible with Intel 9th ??Gen Desktop Processors (Coffee Lake Refresh)
- Compatible with socket 1151 motherboards
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The der8auer 9th gene. OC-Frame replaces the Intel ILM (Integrated Loading Mechanism) on the mainboard, opening up completely new possibilities for extreme overclockers to professionally overclock their CPUs, with a processor cooler that does not interfere with the Integrated Heat Spreader ( IHS ) directly on the chip CPU can be installed.
The der8auer 9th gene. Overview of OC frame:
Practical tool for CPU use without heatspreader
Safe installation to maximize cooling performance
Made of high quality aluminum in anodized black
Only compatible with Intel 9000 series CPUs and LGA-1151-v2 socket
The outer edge of the 8 ohm OC frame is only about 0.1 mm below the silicon chip itself, effectively protecting the latter from tilting of the CPU cooler and hence damage. The black anodized coating also isolates the aluminum of the OC frame, which makes it no longer electrically conductive. As a result, the 9th gene OC frame can safely rest on the upper contacts of the CPU. For mounting, the socket holder (retention module) of the Intel socket must be removed and the OC frame is screwed with the original screws to the standard backplate of the mainboard.
Warning: Removing the CPU heatspreader and the mainboard socket holder (retention module) is at your own risk and always goes with thecomplete loss of the manufacturer's warranty and warranty !
Compatibility Note: Without the built-in heatspreader, the mounting height of the CPU cooler is reduced slightly, which means that those with an unchangeable mounting height can no longer be mounted. It is therefore essential to check before installation that the cooler to be used can also be used at a lower mounting height.
Type: CPU mounting frame
Material: anodised aluminum
Only compatible with Intel 9th ??Gen Desktop Processors (Coffee Lake Refresh)
Compatible with socket 1151 motherboards
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By Matthew P. on May 20, 2020
In comes this simple little gem. I removed the IHS and the cpu bracket from my mobo and mounted this in it's place. A little liquid metal and remount my EKWB block, everything booted good. I ran three different stress tests, one AIDA 64, prime 95 with avx, and OCCT.
It dropped an average of 22°c !!! I could not believe this worked as good. My average temp for stress testing is now 70-75°c and gaming is between 55-68°c recorded with HWinfo.
All in all, this is risky. If you don't know what your doing, you could ruin a $500 CPU. To me, (my opinion only) this was more than worth the risk. If you want the best of the best, then this is for you. If you only do a mild overclock or none at all, I would recommend passing on this. My temps being in the low to mid 90's was the determining factor for me doing this. Had my temps been in the mid-80s, I don't think I would have done this.
Also make sure you use Thermal Grizzly liquid metal.
Would have been nice if a warning would have been issued under item description
I would have kept it if it had came with the proper ups and extras, like you might get from their competition.
Built for water cooling, too bad I may have to look at the competition they send proper mounting hardware with their mounting frame.
Just make sure you screw it down ALL the way. Not tight, just until the screw stops.
I was having GPU POST issues because the CPU wasn't touching all the pins. Screwed it down fully and no issues