High-density interconnections are highly required for 3D IC such as FPGA and image sensor applications. Fine-pitch interconnects using conventional solder microbumps are still required. To meet this requirements, low-height Cu/Sn microbumps are evaluated in this study. The thermal compression bonding with the low-height solder microbumps makes it challenging to fulfill high-viscous capillary underfill (CUF) into extremely small gaps between the chips stacked in layers. Here, we demonstrate to apply a 7-μm-thick non-conductive film (NCF) to flip-chip bonding with the low-height solder microbumps. Compared with a CUF, the electrical characterization such as electromigration (EM) and leakage current of microbump daisy chains with the ultra-thin NCF was investigated with temperature cycle test (TCT) and unbiased HAST.