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Good use of a hammer there wink.gif

Fear the hammer should be your nickname lol

I found that the hammer and a not so sharp parring knife worked really well and popped the top of really fast.
 
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I found that the hammer and a not so sharp parring knife worked really well and popped the top of really fast.

That takes some cahonas my friend. Rep to you for using the knife and hammer. That you tube vid gave me nightmares.
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I delided my 3770K last night and used some Coolabratory Liquid Ultra on the die. Everything went ok. I wasn't happy with the first set of temps I was getting so I re-applied and re-seating everything and let the TIM settle over night. I used PK-3 on the HIS instead of the Liquid ultra because I don't have much left and I plan to upgrade my H100 soon. So these are my preliminary temps using prime95 for 30 min. before I do a 10 pass run on IBT. So far I am happy and my temps are down 8c on the hottest core. I know my temps could be better with push\pull intake rather than my push/exhaust .
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In pic #2 it looks like you have a decent amount of glue left on the IHS, did you clean all that off, or leave it that way? Also in pic #3 it shows the TIM on the die, did you put any on the underside of the IHS?
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In pic #2 it looks like you have a decent amount of glue left on the IHS, did you clean all that off, or leave it that way? Also in pic #3 it shows the TIM on the die, did you put any on the underside of the IHS?

Before I applied the the TIM I did end up cleaning up most of the glue that you see in pic #2. I just didn't take a pic of it. I did in my first application put some TIM on the underside. But I really didn't know how much to put on because it didn't spread out well it just kind of balled up. So I think I put to much on and wasn't happy with the temps. I was getting 80c on the hottest core. So I re-applied and re-seating a second time with just spreading it out on the die only and let settle over night and now my hottest core is 73c. Now I don't have much TIM left so I couldn't use any for the HIS.

Edit: While gaming for a couple hours this morning my hottest core only gets to 61c
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I may have missed it in the op but how sensitive the bottom of the cpu is? Should i pay extra attention not applying pressure to the bottom?
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I may have missed it in the op but how sensitive the bottom of the cpu is? Should i pay extra attention not applying pressure to the bottom?

When I de-lidded mine I placed it on a piece of construction paper with some styrofoam underneath (like from a motherboard package) so that there was some cushion) as far as finger go, as long as they are clean and you have taken the necessary precautions against static (clothing, touching the metal in the case etc.) it should be totally fine to touch the bottom
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I seem to have lost the lottery with this chip... big time. Old chip did 4.5 with 1.24 this one does 4.5 with 1.34 frown.gif I don't think I'll be delidding any time soon
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When I de-lidded mine I placed it on a piece of construction paper with some styrofoam underneath (like from a motherboard package) so that there was some cushion) as far as finger go, as long as they are clean and you have taken the necessary precautions against static (clothing, touching the metal in the case etc.) it should be totally fine to touch the bottom

Makes me fell like a cave man biggrin.gif. I just stood mine straight up with the corner of the pcb digging into my wooden table for cushion. And banged away thumb.gif.
 
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I seem to have lost the lottery with this chip... big time. Old chip did 4.5 with 1.24 this one does 4.5 with 1.34 frown.gif I don't think I'll be delidding any time soon
4.5 @ 1.2-1.25V is pretty usual for ivy rolleyes.gif
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Before I applied the the TIM I did end up cleaning up most of the glue that you see in pic #2. I just didn't take a pic of it. I did in my first application put some TIM on the underside. But I really didn't know how much to put on because it didn't spread out well it just kind of balled up. So I think I put to much on and wasn't happy with the temps. I was getting 80c on the hottest core. So I re-applied and re-seating a second time with just spreading it out on the die only and let settle over night and now my hottest core is 73c. Now I don't have much TIM left so I couldn't use any for the HIS.

Edit: While gaming for a couple hours this morning my hottest core only gets to 61c
You used way too much then. From the one pic you have there you can see there is too much on the die. You should be able to get 3 or more applications total - which would be die, underside of IHS, all of the top of the IHS, and the bottom of your cooler - and do all that three times or more from one syringe of ultra.

Did you watch the video on the Coollaboratories web site? You may want to try one more time if you want to get your temps down further. You wont need to add more it sounds like, you would use the brush to remove some off the die and underside of the IHS if you used too much. I know all this because I messed up the first time and blew through my first syringe of Ultra by using too much and not being careful with it.
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