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Lol, yea i know,
just doing some other things atm, and i thought a while ago,
no need to answer questions with 10 peeps saying about the same..lol
the delid team is doing a great job biggrin.gif
but i still read when i have time tho..but not every day, and 10 pages ..haha
but this new method, i think is important to the club see wink.gif

Hello VonDutch wave2.gif I actually checked the other day if your account was still active ! ...thought you might have fallen off the ends of the earth
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Hello VonDutch wave2.gif I actually checked the other day if your account was still active ! ...thought you might have fallen off the ends of the earth

Hey Joa3d43 thumb.gif
yea, i dont always login when im reading up..
no worries, still active, be it in the background,

but that hammer method is interesting i think, so had to logon for that,
i think its a good one to have on our page 1..
i didnt check the whole thread, but theres several movie clips in there i think that we can use also?,
besides the info about how to do it, and what you need..

like this vid,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Za1wXTHWT0

heres the other one,
http://www.fnarfbargle.com/private/130315-Delid-vid/IMG_0081.m4v

maybe theres better ones out there ..idk..
Edited by VonDutch - 4/12/13 at 3:39am
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VonDutch!

Long time no see...may Thijs Van Leer and Arjen Lucassen be with you. (?)
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Hey Joa3d43 thumb.gif
yea, i dont always login when im reading up..
no worries, still active, be it in the background,

but that hammer method is interesting i think, so had to logon for that,
i think its a good one to have on our page 1....

...I also find it quite interesting...even have been wondering whether one can use a pair of pliers with the vise to twist the IHS off, perhaps after warming up the silicon bead ... looks like Haswell may also be 'delidable' smile.gif
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VonDutch!

Long time no see...may Thijs Van Leer and Arjen Lucassen be with you. (?)

Haha, hey ivan ..long time indeed, weeks go very fast..hows you?

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...I also find it quite interesting...even have been wondering whether one can use a pair of pliers with the vise to twist the IHS off, perhaps after warming up the silicon bead ... looks like Haswell may also be 'delidable' smile.gif

Haswell will not be soldered, so yes, we can delid them also ..lol
was thinking, if you warm it, the glue will get more flexible?, it wont "break" as easy then when you dont heat it up before delidding it..
twisting it could be a good way also..i still have 2 old pentiums laying around from my old delid project with my kids,
im afraid they are soldered, but i guess it wont matter if i use them to try the new methods of delidding, im not planning on using them afterwards so ..
now i need to find someone who has a vice i can use ...haha, and have my kids here to make a vid ...
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Would it be worth using CLU on my 2 GTX 670 Windforces when I water cool them?
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woo just getting better and better! I was so upset when i custom watercooled PC was getting to 80degrees on a 4.4ghz 1.2vcore OC.
I don't have the best chip but have now have a stable OC of 4.7ghz @ 1.375vcore and peak temp on IBT was 73degrees!!!! Now i run an 8 hour on OCCT just to be sure, I dont expect to see temps over 76-78 degrees, then... I might have a crack @ 4.8ghz.... Though i'm not really too comfortable going over 1.4v this isn't an every day PC just to play games and stuff so... why not?

Thanks for the delidding encouragement! I would have never enjoyed my PC after i threw what I considered to be a lot of money at the cooling and stuff remained to get high temps on a very mild OC.

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Would it be worth using CLU on my 2 GTX 670 Windforces when I water cool them?
yea i would, i have clu on both of my 670's and there on air
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Would it be worth using CLU on my 2 GTX 670 Windforces when I water cool them?

Im running an EVGA 670 Superclocked with an extra 40mhz OC (peak 1086mhz) and at an absolute maximum of Heaven and Furmark then didnt get over 62 Degrees with an XSPC waterblock using MX-4... Considering the mess CLU/CLP can make and its current temps I don't see a benefit. IMO
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Im running an EVGA 670 Superclocked with an extra 40mhz OC (peak 1086mhz) and at an absolute maximum of Heaven and Furmark then didnt get over 62 Degrees with an XSPC waterblock using MX-4... Considering the mess CLU/CLP can make and its current temps I don't see a benefit. IMO

I'd say that 62C is a bit too much for being under water and your overclock is also quite low compared to most 670's.
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