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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

huh? How are you going to delid by breaking one corner and using cardboard? I don't understand your words hahaha

idk if it will work i will try it and report, i want to break one corner using the blade so as to make a an entrance point for the hard card thin card board-ish thing that i will show in the pictures and then try to swipe it between the ihs and the pcb till it comes loose i did something close to this to the pentium 4, also the card board i have is very sturdy for how thin it is and it's edge is kinda sharp idk if card board is the right word for it....

here is the blade that i will use and the piece of "card board"



is this type of blade safe to use ?
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post #13712 of 33576
I suggest you get a razor like this. The one you have i tried using and i found it way to difficult to apply the right amount of pressure to penetrate the rubber glue.



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post #13713 of 33576
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I suggest you get a razor like this. The one you have i tried using and i found it way to difficult to apply the right amount of pressure to penetrate the rubber glue.



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but won't this wiggle and twist about so could possibly scratch the pcb due to it's flexibility !
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post #13714 of 33576
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I suggest you get a razor like this. The one you have i tried using and i found it way to difficult to apply the right amount of pressure to penetrate the rubber glue.



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Thats the same blade i used to delid my 3770k.
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No its going to have a protector on one side of the blade this picture is just showing it as a double sided blade.
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I would use a small rectangular blade that has a grip on one side of it. You can get them at any hardware store for like 2 bucks. I tried that kind of blade the first time I did it and it was so long it was hard to have complete control over it. Some people use that kind of blade though so if you feel comfortable with it do it.
post #13717 of 33576
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No its going to have a protector on one side of the blade this picture is just showing it as a double sided blade.
Mine didnt have a protector on one side. It was just like that picture.
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I would use a small rectangular blade that has a grip on one side of it. You can get them at any hardware store for like 2 bucks. I tried that kind of blade the first time I did it and it was so long it was hard to have complete control over it. Some people use that kind of blade though so if you feel comfortable with it do it.

i know what you mean but i don't think it's available here

there is the double sided one available but i want a blade that is NOT flexible !
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What part of event viewer do I need to looking at to check for errors whilst overclocking.
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Ok so just to make sure when I apply the CLU I should squeeze a little out and spread a very thin layer with the brush on the die and then put the IHS on and make an imprint and then apply another very small layer onto the part of the IHS that is touching the die? Also, when applying it to the top of the IHS I should just spread a thin layer around with the brush and then put my heat sink on? Or should I apply some on the heat sink too and then put it on the IHS and screw it in?

I just want to be sure before it gets here because once it is here there is going to be nothing stopping me from putting it on.
There are some people who just put Ultra on one surface, and others who put it on both. If you put it on both, like I do, just do a very thin layer on the other surface. So paint the one primary side (the die and top of IHS) like the guy in the Coollabs video on their website. The you can usually just use what is left on the brush to do the secondary side (the underside of the IHS and your cooler).
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