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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I want to de-lid it now...lol
But I haven't got my replacement CLU yet frown.gif

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Can't you use some of the tube someone stepped on?


was about to say the same, and ask if he had to sent the old tube back ?
if you fee like you should do it now, you prolly should ..lol
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VonDutch,
You are correct that my ihs is slightly askew in that picture, I need to redo it.

I read everything on page one of this thread, and on Swag delidding guide, but I didn't see anywhere where it said the ihs cannot touch the black rectangle at the bottom of the pcb - maybe I missed it. I followed your advice to start it a little high, but I was always worried about the gold dots at the top, and I didn't know about being above the black part.

If you look at my before delidding picture, and all of the pictures on page one of Swag's guide, they all show the ihs on top of the black rectangle for non delidded chips. I know now that is because the glue holds the ihs above it in pre delid chips.

I followed PCWargamer's advice and used the gold dots as a guide, and this is what I ended up with:


Unfortunately that did not change my temps.
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How odd...I don't get it really.
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Sorry for taking up so much space in this thread, but I am hoping to figure this out so my incompetence doesn't dissuade anyone else from delidding since so many end up with great results.

I rotated the block of my H100i 90 degrees to the left and that took me down 3 degrees, and that is why I posted the pics before about what the tim looked like after uninstalling it. The tim does not look evenly distributed so it appears the cooler block and ihs are not making good contact.

I just put one drop of AS5 on the IHS (as apposed to the first pics I posted where I spread it out) and the results were the same. If you look at the pictures below, they look the same as my first pics. The tim is clearly being push from the right side of the block and ihs to the left.

Am I correct in thinking that the right side of the ihs is too high?

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I want to de-lid it now...lol
But I haven't got my replacement CLU yet frown.gif

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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

VonDutch,
You are correct that my ihs is slightly askew in that picture, I need to redo it.

I read everything on page one of this thread, and on Swag delidding guide, but I didn't see anywhere where it said the ihs cannot touch the black rectangle at the bottom of the pcb - maybe I missed it. I followed your advice to start it a little high, but I was always worried about the gold dots at the top, and I didn't know about being above the black part.

If you look at my before delidding picture all of the pictures on page one of Swag's guide, they all show the ihs on top of the black rectangle for non delidded chips. I know now that is because the glue holds the ihs above it in pre delid chips.

I followed PCWargamer's advice and used the gold dots as a guide, and this is what I ended up with:


Unfortunately that did not change my temps.

its not that its said anywhere, only that you shouldnt let the ihs slide to much in that direction,
the black retangle on the pcb could cause temps being of, thats all..and its best to have it in about
the same place as before, but like PCW said, with the adhesive gone,
the black retangle is a new 'hight" so to speak..

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Sorry for taking up so much space in this thread, but I am hoping to figure this out so my incompetence doesn't dissuade anyone else from delidding since so many end up with great results.

I rotated the block of my H100i 90 degrees to the left and that took me down 3 degrees, and that is why I posted the pics before about what the tim looked like after uninstalling it. The tim does not look evenly distributed so it appears the cooler block and ihs are not making good contact.

I just put one drop of AS5 on the IHS (as apposed to the first pics I posted where I spread it out) and the results were the same. If you look at the pictures below, they look the same as my first pics. The tim is clearly being push from the right side of the block and ihs to the left.

Am I correct in thinking that the right side of the ihs is too high? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


no worries, we are eager to get it fixed too, even if it takes up 10 pages ..lol

you can see changing things around, sometimes gives you some better temps, so theres something still not right,
thats what it tells me..

the pics still dont mean it has to do with concave ihs or block,
could it be the pressure when you reassamble everything isnt good,
somehow it goes wrong with mounting it again?
looks like something is off, but im not sure what..

did you try the spinning ihs on the die when you took it apart?
you know, like in my avatar..
Edited by VonDutch - 2/3/13 at 9:05am
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

VonDutch,
You are correct that my ihs is slightly askew in that picture, I need to redo it.

I read everything on page one of this thread, and on Swag delidding guide, but I didn't see anywhere where it said the ihs cannot touch the black rectangle at the bottom of the pcb - maybe I missed it. I followed your advice to start it a little high, but I was always worried about the gold dots at the top, and I didn't know about being above the black part.

If you look at my before delidding picture, and all of the pictures on page one of Swag's guide, they all show the ihs on top of the black rectangle for non delidded chips. I know now that is because the glue holds the ihs above it in pre delid chips.

I followed PCWargamer's advice and used the gold dots as a guide, and this is what I ended up with:


Unfortunately that did not change my temps.

you don't need to mount ihs that high. what temperatures do you get before and after ? what's the point you worry about ?
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Ok - YOLO - I'm de-lidding it now.
Might apply some MX2 underneath - or might not rolleyes.gif
Wish me luck - I'll record everything.

Pics before de-lidding:
(MX2 line method on IHS)

Before IBT:


After IBT:

Edited by Totally Dubbed - 2/3/13 at 9:10am
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Ok - YOLO - I'm de-lidding it now.
Might apply some AS5 underneath - or might not rolleyes.gif
Wish me luck - I'll record everything.

Pics before de-lidding:
(AS5 line method on IHS)

Before IBT:


After IBT:

AS5 don't cut it anymore you know if you have other paste apply it
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I have sucessfully delidded my 3770K and I am currently stress testing a 4.5 OC using Prime95.

Once I have determined that the OC is successfull, I will post pictures and particulars.

Currently under 100% load running max tempatures of 61, 68, 64, 67 at 1.248 volts.
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Good luck TD! Go slow, and take your time. I had good luck just slowly rocking the blade back and forth. I also tried to slightly aim the blade up so as to stay as far away from the pcb as possible.
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