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you shouldn't have done that to that poor Q6600 frown.gif
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He delidded the Celly D not the Q6600...that would be plain stupid biggrin.gif
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what kind of stuff do you have?
PM
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you shouldn't have done that to that poor Q6600 frown.gif
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He delidded the Celly D not the Q6600...that would be plain stupid biggrin.gif

I delidded the Celeron, not the C2Q. The Celeron was like $5 and I would probably never use it again anyway.
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I found a 360 for 10usd...26x multi!
Do the math: 26*333 = 8658 lmao
(not entirely impossible)
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Alright so I am satisfied now.... Pay attention Von or Val.

My results:
OCN name: DiamondCut
CPU: i5-3570K
on die-TIM: CLP
ihs-TIM: CLP
Mhz gained: 800mhz
OC after delid: 4.8ghz
Temp drops: 25c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2695013


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Woo hoo!!! Luckiest prick ever today! Got warranty on my chip. biggrin.gif Going to play with it this weekend and see what she can do and in a while I shall try this whole delidding again. This chip has much more room to get into. The other one had no gap at all.
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Woo hoo!!! Luckiest prick ever today! Got warranty on my chip. biggrin.gif Going to play with it this weekend and see what she can do and in a while I shall try this whole delidding again. This chip has much more room to get into. The other one had no gap at all.

Huh? Missed this one. Did you kill a chip de-lidding and tell them and they still sent you another?
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PM

I delidded the Celeron, not the C2Q. The Celeron was like $5 and I would probably never use it again anyway.

Thanks Welbeck for that tongue.gif
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Woo hoo!!! Luckiest prick ever today! Got warranty on my chip. biggrin.gif Going to play with it this weekend and see what she can do and in a while I shall try this whole delidding again. This chip has much more room to get into. The other one had no gap at all.

Good man - now slow and steady - make SURE you are fully uncharged, and using a sort of anti-static thing.
Remember - be steady and take your time.

this might be your last opportunity to warranty it.
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Best way I have found to delid is wear some surgical gloves. You don't have to worry about static, or getting dirt, oils, sweat, etc. on the chip from your hands. Find the best corner then center the razor blade on it so the corners of the blade never touch the pcb. Put a little upward pressure/tilt to the blade so it is angled ever so slightly toward the bottom of the IHS and away from the PCB. The PCB will bend slightly but that is ok if you are being careful, and it will happen naturally just because of the blade being pushed in.

My hands would get tired or cramped so I would just put the chip down and rest for a minute if I was ever feeling aggravated or impatient, which I definitely felt several times during the process.

Then you just rock the blade back and forth keeping in mind where the die is per the pictures on Swag's guide. You don't need to come close to the die at any point to get it delidded. Do each corner, then try to rock the blade back and forth while you try to get to the center of one of the sides. Trying to get the blade under the middle of side vs. a corner is too hard and dangerous. Try to work the blade over to the middle once you have it under a corner, all the while giving it a hint of upward tilt to avoid the PCB. You should be able to reach the middle of a side from each corner.

It will still seem stuck when you think you should be done, but you can carefully rotate the IHS while holding the PCB when it is ready to be twisted off.
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Best way I have found to delid is wear some surgical gloves. You don't have to worry about static, or
It will still seem stuck when you think you should be done, but you can carefully rotate the IHS while holding the PCB when it is ready to be twisted off.

Everything said above - couldn't agree more.
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