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post #14911 of 33647
Just a quick question. (It's a big subject cannot search for it)
Is it necessary to re-aplly that black silicon, or whatever, on the edges after cleaning the chip itself and putting a new TIM ? Or the whole process is just indented to be "remove everything, clean it as much as possible and just put the IHS back on the PCB while clamping it with the socket bracket" ?
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Originally Posted by DoooX View Post

Just a quick question. (It's a big subject cannot search for it)
Is it necessary to re-aplly that black silicon, or whatever, on the edges after cleaning the chip itself and putting a new TIM ? Or the whole process is just indented to be "remove everything, clean it as much as possible and just put the IHS back on the PCB while clamping it with the socket bracket" ?

its not necessary smile.gif I mean you can do it if you want, but why smile.gif Just clean it as much as possible.
post #14913 of 33647
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

o, did you see that vid with using a vice, a hammer, and a wooden block?
might want to watch it, looks like a very easy way to delid, gonna try it myselfs soon..

http://www.fnarfbargle.com/private/130315-Delid-vid/IMG_0081.m4v

dude biggrin.gif Are you telling me that I could have done this 3 second thing instead of sweating while cutting through with razor ? Im just going to facepalm into my pillow smile.gif
post #14914 of 33647
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Originally Posted by Icydead View Post

dude biggrin.gif Are you telling me that I could have done this 3 second thing instead of sweating while cutting through with razor ? Im just going to facepalm into my pillow smile.gif

yes ..i am ....LOL

nah, i didnt know this way of delidding yet, and i tried to figure out many (safe) ways,
but we got stuck with the use of 3 different blades, like we show on page 1..
maybe useful for future delidders tho, but first has to be done a few times, to make sure it works well smile.gif
but it looks good to me, cant wait to give it a try, i still have some pentiums here, but im afraid they are all soldered,
making it hard to try this ...maybe ivanlabrie and his new chip can try? *blink blink* biggrin.gif
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A little update for me. http://valid.canardpc.com/2745715 at 1.63v devil.gif and still sitting at 5°C idle. It was 1.6v but kept rebooting, stays in windows and can surf at 1.63

Reinstalled the window mod last night. 3000cfm turbine fan (very quiet) forcing 0°C outside air through the front radiator. Forgot to mention that part.
Edited by jdm317 - 3/26/13 at 6:22am
post #14916 of 33647
I checked my Antec 920 and it was almost but not perfectly flat either. Just an fyi
post #14917 of 33647
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Ha! 91c max temp on my hottest core, 21c ambient. 4.5ghz at 1.336v...big MEH!

EDIT: yeah, found my max stable oc without delidding. this chip SUCKS pretty much, but not as badly as I first thought.

Today's my bday too...



Bummer. Totally sound like my old 3570k! Sorry to hear that, but happy birthday!!!
post #14918 of 33647
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Ha! 91c max temp on my hottest core, 21c ambient. 4.5ghz at 1.336v...big MEH!

EDIT: yeah, found my max stable oc without delidding. this chip SUCKS pretty much, but not as badly as I first thought.

Today's my bday too...

Happy birthday man!! Hope you have a good one!
post #14919 of 33647
Ok so does anyone know how I can control the lights and the fan speed on my H100i? I heard that there is a program to do that and I am using Corsair Link, but I don't see any option to do that and I went to update the firmware because I figured that was the problem, but it looks like there isn't any firmware available on the site. What is going on with this???
post #14920 of 33647
Thanks a lot guys!

And, no, I won't be delidding my only chip atm cause I can't afford to get a replacement (this one CAN'T be replaced *hint*)
Plus, I don't see the point with such high vcore for 4.5ghz, and I wanna see how good it'll do on dry ice.

Heading to the gym, ttyl guys wink.gif
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