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Has someone tried the Vice method with hammer and wood yet?

I've tried it actually, on a dead Ivy Bridge I bought for like $5... tongue.gif Works fairly well but some people say use the vice you have at home or whatever's convenient, I found it 10x easier and 10x not as nerve racking if you do it with a rubberized vice. I say this because well, the rubber looked it it was holding it a bit better versus the metal and I was actually scared when I used a metal one at first before asking my neighbor to borrow his because it looked like it was scratching the PCB.
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16059/fan-999/Scythe_Gentle_Typhoon_120mm_x_25mm_Fan_-_2150_RPM_D1225C12B6AP-45_New_Speed.html?tl=g36c15s60 15$

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8410/fan-518/Noiseblocker_NB-Multiframe_M12-S3HS_120mmx25mm_Ultra_Silent_Fan_-_1800_RPM_-_27_dBA.html?tl=g36c15s60 22$

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8402/fan-519/Noiseblocker_NB-Multiframe_M12-P_120mmx25mm_Ultra_Silent_PWM_Fan_-_1000-2000_RPM_-_12-29_dBA.html?tl=g36c15s60 28$

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16919/fan-1049/Noiseblocker_NB-eLoop_B12-4_120mmx25mm_Ultra_Silent_Bionic_Blade_Fan_-_2400_RPM_-_3429_dBA_Hot_Item.html?tl=g36c15s60 22$

There all from 28dba to 34dba.

If that is to much noise they all have lower rpm versions that are more quiet.
    
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Ok thanks.budget wise I have no problem spending a good chunk of change on some high quality fans. Noise-wise I don't want to be listening to a spooled up turbine all day haha.
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All of those are HQ fans wink.gif
    
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First of all performance rumors are rumors, no one exactly knows the performance increase. Second, ivy-e is a step up in lithography and the performance increase will be bigger than a step up in architecture, like ivy to haswell.
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Ok thanks.budget wise I have no problem spending a good chunk of change on some high quality fans. Noise-wise I don't want to be listening to a spooled up turbine all day haha.

I suggest getting either Gelid Silent 12's, Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-15's, Noctua nf-f12 pwm's or BeQuiet! Silent Wing's (black fans, quite similar to nf-f12 pwm without the ugly noctua color scheme, and quieter with a tad less static pressure).
And, go push and not pull on your rads, most fans are designed for push and will make a strange noise in pull mode (the nf-f12 does for instance)
Oh, and don't buy noiseblockers, their static pressure is kinda meh and they are severely over priced.
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First of all performance rumors are rumors, no one exactly knows the performance increase. Second, ivy-e is a step up in lithography and the performance increase will be bigger than a step up in architecture, like ivy to haswell.

Yeah, till we see how Ivy-e or Haswell overclock, on ln2...I don't care. Just gimme back fsb overclocking and then we're talkin' biggrin.gif
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First of all performance rumors are rumors, no one exactly knows the performance increase. Second, ivy-e is a step up in lithography and the performance increase will be bigger than a step up in architecture, like ivy to haswell.

...just posted the article-links re latest on release dates.. smile.gif ....Like others, I am also trying to figure out if the next 'Sandy-E' will be an 'IVY-E' or a 'HASWELL-E' as I have read about both versions...
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...just posted the article-links re latest on release dates.. smile.gif ....Like others, I am also trying to figure out if the next 'Sandy-E' will be an 'IVY-E' or a 'HASWELL-E' as I have read about both versions...
I think it will most likely be ivy-e, most articles I read support that claim. I would of course rather see a leap to haswell-e but we just have to wait and see.
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Yeah, till we see how Ivy-e or Haswell overclock, on ln2...I don't care. Just gimme back fsb overclocking and then we're talkin' biggrin.gif
Both will bring new chipsets with them so maybe decent fsb overclocking will be back. Some say haswell will oc better, but maybe that is just regarding temperatures. Ivy-e will be more of a step up imo because it will be replacing a 2 year old cpu, something that performs near or exactly the same doesn't seem right. All speculation though thinking.gif
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I think it will most likely be ivy-e, most articles I read support that claim. I would of course rather see a leap to haswell-e but we just have to wait and see.
Both will bring new chipsets with them so maybe decent fsb overclocking will be back. Some say haswell will oc better, but maybe that is just regarding temperatures. Ivy-e will be more of a step up imo because it will be replacing a 2 year old cpu, something that performs near or exactly the same doesn't seem right. All speculation though thinking.gif

...I suspect that things would move faster with Intel re roll-out schedule if AMD would be a more serious threat on the CPU side...may be NVidia and its focus on massive parallel computing / co-processing (Tesla K20 etc) will light a fire - Intel seems to be watching that and Intel's Phi is being positioned aggressively price wise, what with up to 60 or Xeons on one PCIe card
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man... I'll need to do the math on how much this build will cost me...... redface.gif
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