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Did anybody ever try putting a piece of painters tape on the side of razor that touches the PCB to prevent scratches? Just an idea, because I have Feather shaving razors, they're thin as anything and extremely sharp, just thinking that if the razor could still cut on the top side it would be safer
I had the same idea, but I used electrical tape. Didn't work out to well for me, so I just went in straight with the razor, lol.
post #14542 of 33641
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Well I hope the IMC God's put in extra care when they conceived that chip!

Yeah, definitely...It's looking pseudo decent imc wise. There are some REALLY sucky ones out there. I'll be testing 4x2gb mixed psc sets just for fun.
post #14543 of 33641
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Use HWinfo64 instead, it has an OSD.

could you explain how to do it ?

I was actually trying to make it work but don't have a clue ?

Thanks
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Did anybody ever try putting a piece of painters tape on the side of razor that touches the PCB to prevent scratches? Just an idea, because I have Feather shaving razors, they're thin as anything and extremely sharp, just thinking that if the razor could still cut on the top side it would be safer
I am not sure how that would work, you have so little room to work with between the IHS and PCB a piece of tape seems like it would just get in the way. If you look at the pictures of my two delidded chips, and most of those here, you can delid without ever really coming close to the pcb.

You can see in the pics that a lot of the glue is still on the pcb, so it is possible to delid without having the cutting edge of the razor touch the pcb. The pcb can be bent ever so slightly which enables you to carefully angle the razor blade up toward the IHS and away from the pcb. This assumes you use a one sided razor blade, not the very flexible two sided kind - but those have worked for some here too.

The hardest part, in my opinion, is getting the edge of the razor into that first corner. It took me several minutes on my first chip, that had a small gap between the IHS and pcb, to get the razor under the IHS while being angled away from the pcb. The second chip had terrible temps to start with and a lot of glue, so it was definitely easier to delid.

Most of the people that had trouble delidding will say that they could have used better tools, taken more time to do it carefully and slowly, or did some more research first. Ivy is a nice chip, and delidding makes is a very good chip - assuming the silicon lottery didn't treat you like a red headed step child.
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I think i may have screwed the pooch here.....i delidid my 3570k, no scratches and i used the coolabs. pro... but i did this before installing windows....

is there a reflow process that has to happen at first??? or will i be good to just post up and go???

any advice would be good....

thanx

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^^ Fire it up and see what happens. Destruction isn't dependent on windows.

I guarantee you that your chip was functional before delidding. Nearly certain every single die is tested in an OS environment prior to shipment. (Among other tests).
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I think i may have screwed the pooch here.....i delidid my 3570k, no scratches and i used the coolabs. pro... but i did this before installing windows....

is there a reflow process that has to happen at first??? or will i be good to just post up and go???

any advice would be good....

thanx

mBTX
There should not be any difference with installing windows with a lidded or delidded chip if there was no damage done when delidding. It would, however, be very hard to know anything about temps and stability if the chip was not tested prior to delidding. I would definitely advise anyone to test your chip thoroughly before delidding. Without doing that you don't know if the chip is worth delidding, what the temps were lidded to compare, and to know if there was anything wrong with the chip so it could be exchanged.

All that said, you should be fine if there is nothing wrong with the chip. Just make sure to go to bios stock defaults when installing windows.
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Yeah, definitely...It's looking pseudo decent imc wise. There are some REALLY sucky ones out there. I'll be testing 4x2gb mixed psc sets just for fun.

...I have my favorite set of 8x4 / 32GB TridentX-2400 which I try out on all 3770ies at given settings, 1.67v for the ram and 4.56 GHz w/BCLK @ 106.0 and multi @ 43..(there's a reason for the latter settings, given that we use also 3770 non-K's that have full VM support unlike the 'K' but are multiplier-limited)...then run Cinebench to find lowest vCore where that works at, then do XTU stability testing.

...we use the max of 32GB work-wise anyways but it also stresses the IMC more than 4 or 8 etc..usually, this approach allows for relatively quick 'binning' of CPUs, though there are other totally valid methods as well....this one just 'works' for us.
post #14549 of 33641
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

I don't understand how parallel works. Seems like the flow would be clashing on the middle card. It would make more sense that the water goes in one side and comes out the other.

How does parallel work?

Like a fork in the road. It splits up and runs beside each other. Then its like yo man lets go back into one lane!
Then they meet up real quick.

post #14550 of 33641
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...I have my favorite set of 8x4 / 32GB TridentX-2400 which I try out on all 3770ies at given settings, 1.67v for the ram and 4.56 GHz w/BCLK @ 106.0 and multi @ 43..(there's a reason for the latter settings, given that we use also 3770 non-K's that have full VM support unlike the 'K' but are multiplier-limited)...then run Cinebench to find lowest vCore where that works at, then do XTU stability testing.

...we use the max of 32GB work-wise anyways but it also stresses the IMC more than 4 or 8 etc..usually, this approach allows for relatively quick 'binning' of CPUs, though there are other totally valid methods as well....this one just 'works' for us.

Yeah, that is a hell of a lot of stress for the imc...I run superpi 32m, if it passes with any give settings I choose I'm happy. xD
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Originally Posted by Solonowarion View Post

Like a fork in the road. It splits up and runs beside each other. Then its like yo man lets go back into one lane!
Then they meet up real quick.


Makes sense...
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