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Shoot I forgot to add the video of the final test to the first post. I know people love listening to my crappy voice.

Your voice is pretty good man, youtube needs more good voices. (no homo)
post #192 of 298
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When you go bare die, you need to take the retention braket and arm off, else CPU won't contact the cooler properly or at all.


He did though:
http://www.sf3d.fi/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=50&start=18
Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/15/12 at 6:59am
post #193 of 298
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He did though:
http://www.sf3d.fi/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=50&start=18
In the first screenshot you can see the retaining clip - although I think that might be fro before he started.

Also, in the screenshot later in the thread on page 3, he seems to place something over the CPU - if that is there when he mounts the waterblock, it could potentially limit surface contact of the waterblock to the die.
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Nice work Cyclops, now to try some Coollaboratory Liquid Pro on the die now that you are mounting the waterblock directly on the die - would be the ultimate test tongue.gif
Hmmm, I fear a run in this TIM. Maybe I should pick some up ASAP. yessir.gif
Edit: Dang that stuff aint cheap!!!!mad.gif
Edited by youghmama - 5/15/12 at 7:55am
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I am trying to delid my Q6600 for practice, I only have a scalpel and gillete razer, **** it would be hard to make a shank out of these with how small the blades are.

Anyway the scalpel is too thick, the Gillette blade is paper thin titanium and its sharp but I feel like I am sawing at it rather than slicing it, its heaps safe cause its so thin but its also fragile and I think it would take ages to do, I dont know why its so difficult for the blade, perhaps its too thin.
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Awesome thread and great results Cyclops thumb.gif
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I am trying to delid my Q6600 for practice, I only have a scalpel and gillete razer, **** it would be hard to make a shank out of these with how small the blades are.
Anyway the scalpel is too thick, the Gillette blade is paper thin titanium and its sharp but I feel like I am sawing at it rather than slicing it, its heaps safe cause its so thin but its also fragile and I think it would take ages to do, I dont know why its so difficult for the blade, perhaps its too thin.

Isn't the Q6600 welded on?
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I am trying to delid my Q6600 for practice, I only have a scalpel and gillete razer, **** it would be hard to make a shank out of these with how small the blades are.
Anyway the scalpel is too thick, the Gillette blade is paper thin titanium and its sharp but I feel like I am sawing at it rather than slicing it, its heaps safe cause its so thin but its also fragile and I think it would take ages to do, I dont know why its so difficult for the blade, perhaps its too thin.

Isn't the Q6600 welded on?

I'm pretty sure that's a soldered chip. If you cut the adhesive and pry the lid off you will have a broken die.

You have to melt the solder with a heatgun or lighter, and let the IHS fall off by it's own weight, without any force.
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Yea I know its welded, what I meant to say is just remove the adhesive, I dont have any use for it at all except for this so dont mind if it get damaged.
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Hi, i have a question, if i use to fit th WB directly on the cpu die, how should i put the termal compund on it?
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