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Hello Everyone,By now we all know about delidding in this review we test a tool that makes the process easy. Not as easy as the Pentium II but pretty darn close.Subject: Rockit Cool Rockit 88 Processor Delidding Tool ( -at -) Hardware AsylumURL: http://www.hardwarea..._delid-88Quote: In this review I’ll be looking at a tool designed to safely delid your LGA 115x processors (excluding 2000 seires Sandy Bridge) called the Rockit 88 from Rockit Cool. This was a project that got kickstarted last year and has since become one of the premier products used for delidding processors.A news posting would be appreciated.ThanksDennis Garciahttp://www.hardwareasylum.com

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