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Well I popped the lid off the 3770K today, it was actually really easy and taking my time took about 30 minutes including cleaning up the old adhesive. No damage that I could see.

-I wonder though with the IHS sitting right on the chip how much pressure it will take.- I confirmed the IHS spins freely on the chip will all the adhesive removed.

Anyway I put a small amount of Liquid Pro on the chip, set the IHS back on, and installed it on the motherboard.

Would not boot, got that dreaded constant beeping. Pulled the cpu and found a bent pin in the cpu socket. Straightened that out and was getting tired so I put my other (stock) 3770K back in, filled the loop and purged the air and she fired right up.

So right now I'm hoping the bent pin was the only problem. Tomorrow or next day I will install the delidded cpu in my other rig and see how it goes.
I'll get some details up if everything goes well.

Here's a pic of the separated IHS. The second pic is with the Liquid Pro applied.

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I had some old Pentium 4's laying around, so I decided to cut one open. I wanted to apply some CLP to the die, then see how difficult it would be to remove. My razor blade cut through that black sealant like a hot knife through butter--this was way easier than cutting open my 3770K. Then I ran into trouble, I couldn't get the lid off--the dang thing was soldered! I was really surprised because the first Pentium 4 I did only had TIM on the die. I had a lighter handy, so I heated it up so hot I could not touch it, but the lid still would not come off. I ended up taking a couple of screwdrivers to it. The lid came off, but the die was still soldered to the lid!



So I got out the big guns--my 260W soldering iron and applied heat to the outside of the case:



The chip still would not come off, so I applied the soldering gun directly to the inside of the case, directly on the solder. It finally came off.

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Dang, that was hard to remove...You can now place that p4 die as a coprocessor inside your brain tongue.gif
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Don't drink it...it sure looks like soy milk or something lol

mmmm soy milk and almond milk... I'm lactose intolrant so I cant haz milk anymore.... but I say screw it when it comes to food and layer on cheese and ice cream. take that dairy. actually building it back up as well, which has only taken 7 years.... mad.gif darn gull bladder. had that taken out at 14 years old.
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Dang, that was hard to remove...You can now place that p4 die as a coprocessor inside your brain tongue.gif

pffft I wouldn't limit my brain with that old thing... through in a 16 thread xeon man! or a 3770K. or ten of them...
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lmao tongue.gif

I eat tons of eggs and eat/drink cream/milk/butter, all grass fed stuff. Heavy cream (L)
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I had some old Pentium 4's laying around, so I decided to cut one open. I wanted to apply some CLP to the die, then see how difficult it would be to remove. My razor blade cut through that black sealant like a hot knife through butter--this was way easier than cutting open my 3770K. Then I ran into trouble, I ]

That explains why mine wouldn't come out easily....!
So I'm not the only one then.
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Sooo... Just got back after being away for two days.. ~320 posts. Cooooooooooooooool.

Such a shame though, after the 4th-5th I won't be here at all really, because I'm undergoing moving out of home!

What new has happened recently on here, anything interesting in the way of de-lidding?
 
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Originally Posted by MikeG View Post

I had some old Pentium 4's laying around, so I decided to cut one open. I wanted to apply some CLP to the die, then see how difficult it would be to remove. My razor blade cut through that black sealant like a hot knife through butter--this was way easier than cutting open my 3770K. Then I ran into trouble, I ]

That explains why mine wouldn't come out easily....!
So I'm not the only one then.

I really think you will have no problem delidding an Ivy Dubbed. Read the info, watch the vids, and it is really very easy. The hardest part is getting up the nerve, the rest is much much easier. thumb.gif
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I really think you will have no problem delidding an Ivy Dubbed. Read the info, watch the vids, and it is really very easy. The hardest part is getting up the nerve, the rest is much much easier. thumb.gif

I've got the nerve and definitely the patience.
But the risk is something else...

Just to confirm:
-Pea sized dot of CLP/U on the die AND behind the IHS
-Spread CLP/U ON the IHS AND the cooler

Correctomundo?
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by PCWargamer View Post

I really think you will have no problem delidding an Ivy Dubbed. Read the info, watch the vids, and it is really very easy. The hardest part is getting up the nerve, the rest is much much easier. thumb.gif

I've got the nerve and definitely the patience.
But the risk is something else...

Just to confirm:
-Pea sized dot of CLP/U on the die AND behind the IHS
-Spread CLP/U ON the IHS AND the cooler

Correctomundo?

Not a pea sized dot that's way to much, more like two pin heads worth a little goes a very long way. I just put it on the IHS first then spread it around then just start wiping on the die, whatever's on the qtip will transfer to the die just fine. If you need more just wipe around on the IHS more and go back to the die.

Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2

Also if your cooler isn't perfectly flat just use regular thermal paste. My havok 140 is slightly convex so it didn't work to well when I put on CLP.
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