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Okay thanks for the replies! One more question, wouldn't it be easier to remove the IHS if you lightly hit it with a heat gun to warm up the glue? Same idea with removing heat spreaders from ram modules..

I ran my PC under prime95 for 15 minutes. After it hit 85C for 10 minutes, I took it out and delidded from there. It was a whole lot better and I didn't risk the CPU from getting burned from a torch gun.
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Hardest part is getting the glue off with no finger nails lol.

fingernails, if you dont have that, or if they are to short?,
a credit card is a good alternative to gently remove the adhesive/glue
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fingernails, if you dont have that, or if they are to short?,
a credit card is a good alternative to gently remove the adhesive/glue

it helps to soak the glue in alcohol, the stronger one the better, I used 70% isopropyl and wished for something more concentrated. after soaking it for a bit, it comes off mostly easy wink.gif
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it helps to soak the glue in alcohol, the stronger one the better, I used 70% isopropyl and wished for something more concentrated. after soaking it for a bit, it comes off mostly easy wink.gif

i can buy spiritus over here,

"94% denatured ethanol sold in a bottle for household use",

alcoholics used to drink it, then they changed the mix a bit ..lol
cant drink it nowadays.. the one i use to clean chip , die etc. is 85%
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i can buy spiritus over here,

"94% denatured ethanol sold in a bottle for household use",
alcoholics used to drink it, then they changed the mix a bit ..lol
cant drink it nowadays.. the one i use to clean chip , die etc. is 85%

LOL! alcoholics in Eastern Europe (where I come from originally) use to drink the denaturated (toxic!) spirit haha! They filter it through something though (like a slice of bread or something) ... not that it doesn't kill them eventually LOL!
but yeah, those things surely will do the trick for easy glue removal biggrin.gif
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How does the IHS stay sat on the pcb after the glue is removed? Does it stay ontop of the die loose only held together by the thermal compound? I'm guessing this would affect resale values as well whether good or bad..

Thread sure got's me thinking about it, thinking.gif
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How does the IHS stay sat on the pcb after the glue is removed? Does it stay ontop of the die loose only held together by the thermal compound? I'm guessing this would affect resale values as well whether good or bad..
Thread sure got's me thinking about it, thinking.gif

i wrote something about it , its in the "[Official] Delidded Ivy Bridge Club" page 1 smile.gif

i quote

"one tip after you done delidding and putting your processor back,
we noticed, that if you put down the bracket again, the IHS will slide a bit forward,

it will do so whatever tim you use,
except if you use a new/other adhesive/glue also

The trick is to start a bit more to the back when placing the IHS back, i think about 0.5- 1mm will do..
lower the load plate until it sits loosely on the top of the CPU package, check if its all good
Now lower it careful until you can snap it under
the stub holder on the side of the socket.
Lowering the lever takes a bit of force because you are compressing the load plate,
which in turn forces the CPU down tightly on the landing pins.

i held it with my finger in the middle if the IHS, but dont forget to clean it again
after youre done(fingerprints)

really, i tried to move it with a screwdriver afterwards, but could not move it,
so you have to get it right, before the lever is under the stub.."

end quote

if youre thinking about it, maybe you should read up some more over at the delidded club ..lol thumb.gif
and ask if you want to know more, or if you cant find a answer on page 1 wink.gif

if youre just done cutting through the adhesive,
in most cases, you need to twist and pull(a bit) to get the ihs off,
im guessing other tim's will do the same, having a bit of a glue effect..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/14/12 at 12:12pm
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Just to clarify, you can run these CPUs without the lid on? Or are you just supposed to put a better TIM between the IHM and the die?
    
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Just put the better TIM on the die and put the IHS back on. I put LP on the die and IHS, temps are jaw dropping LOW. biggrin.gif
EDIT: i also lapped my IHS cus it was concave.
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Ok, so it's bad to run it without the IHS on then.
    
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