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Well, it's a really interesting question. I use all my ESD gear when working on other peoples gear, but it when it comes to my own I just go bare feet and keep brushing the (a) chassis. I don't _think_ I've ever damaged anything. Having said that, ESD damage is so insidious it can take years to surface, so I don't really know.

My gut feeling says as long as you don't do your pc work on rayon shag pile carpet while wearing a polyester leisure suit you'll probably be ok.

I wasn't trying to be a prick, I just wanted to try and correct the perception that rubber gloves protected against static. I can get a bit passionate about things sometimes and I apologies if I came across as rude.
Thanks, I appreciate all the info.
You came off as little rude, but you more than made up for it with helpful and directly useful information.
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Shut up I haven't drawn in around 8 years feels good to get back into it lol, I used to be a huge art nut (more of just making things not going super crazy art man wise)

I'm really not sure on wood yet I'd like a dark wood like redwood or maybe stained oak, really not sure though.,... tiger wood would be sooooo epic tongue.gif

any recommendations?


I guess it depends what you can get out there. I was talking with this one guy that lives in Maine and they have mahogany out the ass, kind of like down here in South Carolina cypress and poplar are really common.

Since you have such large panels you might be better off getting a 5/8-3/4 veneered piece of plywood. You can get it in all types of wood. Then you might have to get some edge banding or trim out the ends.

Otherwise if you did it out of solid cut boards you would have the task of jointing them together into a panel and planing all the joints, which might take just as long as the entire building process!

Did you say your dad or someone in your family does woodwork? Ask what they carry at the local lumber yard. You can always special order stuff but I recommend getting a list of exactly how much you need because it's expensive. At my yard it takes a few weeks sometimes and you can't take back anything you don't use that is special order.

But if you want it a dark stain, try some red oak, walnut, mahogany, you might even be able to get some cedar or redwood which should be marginally cheaper than the other woods mentioned.
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I guess it depends what you can get out there. I was talking with this one guy that lives in Maine and they have mahogany out the ass, kind of like down here in South Carolina cypress and poplar are really common.

Since you have such large panels you might be better off getting a 5/8-3/4 veneered piece of plywood. You can get it in all types of wood. Then you might have to get some edge banding or trim out the ends.

Otherwise if you did it out of solid cut boards you would have the task of jointing them together into a panel and planing all the joints, which might take just as long as the entire building process!

Did you say your dad or someone in your family does woodwork? Ask what they carry at the local lumber yard. You can always special order stuff but I recommend getting a list of exactly how much you need because it's expensive. At my yard it takes a few weeks sometimes and you can't take back anything you don't use that is special order.

But if you want it a dark stain, try some red oak, walnut, mahogany, you might even be able to get some cedar or redwood which should be marginally cheaper than the other woods mentioned.

/Mahogany would be my favorite honestly, that nice rich wood color is awesome and I'l get panels not boards and do it one by one lol
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Congrats ! thumb.gif How long did the hammer and clamp take you...how many 'hits' ? I have a razor-delidded 3770K but may get another 'K' I would delid in a few months, once more is known about Haswell (or perhaps we can even delid Haswells ?)

first 5 hits didnt work, i didnt have something securing the clamp, it was heavy but not enough, i put a flat weight against the edge of the oven which made it not move then i got it off in 3 whacks biggrin.gif

i must of hit the thing 10 times though, i wasnt thrilled about it not coming off on the first few whacks... i mean, ultimately im sitting there hitting a wood block against my PCB biggrin.gif
  
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Gonna work on the rest of the drawings after I finish homework tongue.gif
I posted my reply on the case design thread:
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1376206/how-to-delid-your-ivy-bridge-cpu-with-out-a-razor-blade/470#post_19702074

Hammer+Clamp smile.gif
Interesting journey along the way of completing the process

After all said and done, CLU on inside die, PK3 on outside, watercooled

4.5Ghz 1.34v was at high 70's some cores 80's max stress test.
Now I can't break 60C on any core on any stress test biggrin.gif

Nice job bud! Glad to see you have finally joined the club!!!
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first 5 hits didnt work, i didnt have something securing the clamp, it was heavy but not enough, i put a flat weight against the edge of the oven which made it not move then i got it off in 3 whacks biggrin.gif

i must of hit the thing 10 times though, i wasnt thrilled about it not coming off on the first few whacks... i mean, ultimately im sitting there hitting a wood block against my PCB biggrin.gif

...tx smile.gif - and I am not certain that slicing a processor assembly open with a razor blade is that much saner than hitting it with wood block against its PCB biggrin.gif .but since I already did the razor thing, I might try the wood block / hammer / vise thing on the next one smile.gif
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Newegg is doing 20% off the 3770k with promo code right now. biggrin.gif
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Newegg is doing 20% off the 3770k with promo code right now. biggrin.gif

Still more expensive than Microcenter's $229 price. Though its in store pickup only. BUT if youre close to a best buy, show them MC's price theyll price match it for you and order it for free.
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Shut up I haven't drawn in around 8 years feels good to get back into it lol, I used to be a huge art nut (more of just making things not going super crazy art man wise)

I'm really not sure on wood yet I'd like a dark wood like redwood or maybe stained oak, really not sure though.,... tiger wood would be sooooo epic tongue.gif

any recommendations?

see if there is a ROCKLER WOODWORKING in your area they have a little outlet in a stripmall nearby so I can just walk in and get whatever I want in any quantity. I find mahogany, cedar and redwood on the lighter softer end of the spectrum. I am in love with cocobolo(rich grainy darkbrowns), zebra wood(B&W), black walnut, my day job is in a woodshop and its just me and the master cabinetmaker, I don't use stains (That's my signature) but to each his own- Jacobean is the name of a dark rich color that makes any wood almost like ebony... que song ... yeah that's it stevie. I also like benke it sort of orangeish, theres purple heart(duh) and yellow heart (duh duh) ordering wood on-line is to be avoided. Don't miss out on the selecting your own boards- it will make the final stuff more meaningful. and you can find stuff with interesting grains that you will have to see to appreciate.

Also: YOUNGBLOODS maybe a good source for exoctic hardwoods.
   
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