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Yeah uhh.. I think you should have recorded something before the test, but good job anyway.
What are the screenshots about? wth.gif

you dont see the 1.38 voltage at 4.5ghz? try that with the IHS still on.. you'll h it 90+C
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you dont see the 1.38 voltage at 4.5ghz? try that with the IHS still on.. you'll h it 90+C

ehi may I know what mount type did you use with HF for direct die?
easy mount or ...thanks
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ehi may I know what mount type did you use with HF for direct die?
easy mount or ...thanks

Not sure exactly but it's the old type of EK water block mount.

Just have the 4 mount screws and the wb gets screwed down. No stops or anything. Pics when I get home.

Used electric tape to hold CPU down like OP
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I am having trouble removing the glue from the Q6600, I can get about 2mm deep only, tried 3 different blades.

nvm needed to use dif part of the blade and push harder.
Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/16/12 at 1:12pm
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I am having trouble removing the glue from the Q6600, I can get about 2mm deep only, tried 3 different blades.
nvm needed to use dif part of the blade and push harder.

please let us know before/after temp changes! smile.gif
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I cant remove the IHS from the die cause its welded and dont have any tools to remove it except a lighter which I doubt will work?

No mobo for it either.

I felt the IHS loosen though to where if it wernt welded it would come off.


So what I learnt is:

use a Stanley knife, the original Stanley, they are sharper blades a bit thicker but better still.
Blades I tried:

Gillette titanium, too brittle and too thin.

No name stanley, blunt but easily doable if you have afew.

angle the blade up towards the IHS to keep it away from slicing the wafer.

Do the corners only and use a rocking motion but slice as you do it, predominately rocking and if you happen to slice thats good but dont actually try to slice or you might slice the wafer.

Youve really got to push against the blade hence the rocking motion, the sharper the blade the less you would need to, the glue is very tough.
Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/16/12 at 1:39pm
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I cant remove the IHS from the die cause its welded and dont have any tools to remove it except a lighter which I doubt will work?
No mobo for it either.
I felt the IHS loosen though to where if it wernt welded it would come off.
So what I learnt is:
use a Stanley knife, the original Stanley, they are sharper blades a bit thicker but better still.
Blades I tried:
Gillette titanium, too brittle and too thin.
No name stanley, blunt but easily doable if you have afew.
angle the blade up towards the IHS to keep it away from slicing the wafer.
Do the corners only and use a rocking motion but slice as you do it, predominately rocking and if you happen to slice thats good but dont actually try to slice or you might slice the wafer.
Youve really got to push against the blade hence the rocking motion, the sharper the blade the less you would need to, the glue is very tough.

just go get those really thin razor blades and make sure its new.
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I cant remove the IHS from the die cause its welded and dont have any tools to remove it except a lighter which I doubt will work?

Dont remember which forum I saw it in (might be here) but a guy used 2 rolls of duct tape and one of those little candles in a plastic dish (cant remember what they are called)

He basically used the duct tape rolls as a heat cylinder with the candle in the middle and suspended the chip on the top roll while leaving razor blades in the 4 corners... After it heated up, the IHS and razor blades dropped leaving the chip still suspended and then he removed the remaining solder.

I would assume you could do the same with just a lighter by suspending the chip somehow and slowly heating the IHS... Remember they baked the solder on at a pretty high temp so I would not think you would damage your chip from heat, (the reason temps matter normally is because of the voltage being passed through it can have harmful effects to the heated chip)

Just a heads up in case you decide to finish as you already got it cut, and it doesn't appear you are using the chip so you might as well. thumb.gif

Please post pics of setup and in all stages if you do
    
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Making use of the strange contraption in this PC toolkit I have, I will try this just gonna heat up the IHS and try pop it off.

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Edited by MaFi0s0 - 5/16/12 at 2:44pm
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