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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

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 !
The one i used was flexible, it was good because it was super thin. I was also very careful and I took my time.
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post #13722 of 33576
Well that sucks that yours didn't have a protector on one side that must have been a nightmare.
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Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post

What part of event viewer do I need to looking at to check for errors whilst overclocking.
Just posted it a few pages back:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/13650#post_19501730
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Well that sucks that yours didn't have a protector on one side that must have been a nightmare.
I used tissue paper on one side so it wasnt that bad.
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Ahh ok i guess that could work i still would be scared to cut my finger off lol.
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Ahh ok i guess that could work i still would be scared to cut my finger off lol.
I made sure to put enough so I wouldnt cut myself. The blade is super sharp.
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post #13727 of 33576
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

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).

Ok thanks. I took every last bit of silicon glue off of the pcb on my chip so the die should be touching the IHS so I'll just apply a very thin layer to the die and then use the remaining TIM on the brush for the underside of the IHS and then put a thin layer on the top of the IHS. The fedex guy is pulling up right now!!!!!!!!!
post #13728 of 33576
Ladies and gents,
May I remind you there's an OP where you'll find blade recommendations and more so a long video showing you the process.
As for folding: I enjoy contributing to something, I fold daily.
post #13729 of 33576
Patience. i had to wait two extra days cause i used regular US Postal! but it was worth it. I use CLU with the brush on in one direction method.
see: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/13520#post_19492508

Now I am running stable and cool at 4900 MgHz not even playing around with voltages anymore, im happy with it.

I did Sub-zero my chip with an open window and paper tube to my H60 water cooler and cranked up the Vcore
Got a 5523.02 http://valid.canardpc.com/2728836

never got above 4800 predelid with IC diamond on IHS

CLU rules- i simply wont cut corners except on my chip:D

This screen Shot is moments before I went ballistic and hit 5523.02 -7.0 Centigrade! It did not crash but i did not like the high vcore and brang it back to earth.

Could it go further? Prolly but point is this mod really works.

by the way... notice the razor blade i used, it may be slightly thicker than the double-sided kind. but it cut straight in with moderate force and i felt totally in control of the blade.
Edited by TonicX - 3/13/13 at 4:49pm
   
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post #13730 of 33576
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Originally Posted by TonicX View Post

Patience. i had to wait two extra days cause i used regular US Postal! but it was worth it. I use CLU with the brush on in one direction method.
see: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/13520#post_19492508

Now I am running stable and cool at 4900 MgHz not even playing around with voltages anymore, im happy with it.

I did Sub-zero my chip with an open window and paper tube to my H60 water cooler and cranked up the Vcore
Got a 5523.02 http://valid.canardpc.com/2728836
I am not sure why you are not heeding multiple people's advice, so I will just wish you luck with that oc. You couldn't pay me to oc with AI Suite or using BCLK on Ivy.
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