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Yes lol I only troll on facebook. It would be easier to tap the pcb off.
like I said I personally cant think off a reason it would be harmful.

What putting a cpu in a freezer? Wouldnt be harmful? Behave
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can you put a chip in the freezer to harden the glue? when i delid again I want to try it.

I cant think of one reason it wouldnt work. Has anyone tried it?

Not sure if the freezer is cold enough. Cold does work though, for the corsair memory sticks that have the heatspreaders glued on, people trying to remove the spreaders were ripping the ICs right off the PCB, but 2 minutes at -196° & the heatspreaders will fall off on their own.

As for condensation concern, just make sure the temp is equalized & the cpu is dry before powering it. You can drop a cpu in a glass of water & as long as it is completely dried before powering it, nothing will get hurt.
    
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What putting a cpu in a freezer? Wouldnt be harmful? Behave

Im sorry are we on a forum or are you trying to hint at the size of your male endowment?

thanks for the help bro
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Im sorry are we on a forum or are you trying to hint at the size of your male endowment?

thanks for the help bro

Well getting the glue cold might help with the vise and hammer method. For the cutting method, I reckon hot glue would be easier to cut than cold glue.

Either way, it seems like both methods are pretty easy to do without heating or cooling the chip. So I'm not sure if cooking or cooling is even necessary.
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Im sorry are we on a forum or are you trying to hint at the size of your male endowment?

thanks for the help bro

No idea what your talking about but it seems like a daft idea to put a cpu in a freezer, I cant see it working afterwards...
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Well getting the glue cold might help with the vise and hammer method. For the cutting method, I reckon hot glue would be easier to cut than cold glue.

Either way, it seems like both methods are pretty easy to do without heating or cooling the chip. So I'm not sure if cooking or cooling is even necessary.

Yeah fair enough. The razor realy does cut through the glue like butter. just curious.

thanks peeps
Edited by Solonowarion - 4/17/13 at 5:23pm
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No idea what your talking about but it seems like a daft idea to put a cpu in a freezer, I cant see it working afterwards...

Cpu in the freezer won't hurt anything. HDDs are really the only part that can't be completely immersed in water, dried off, & work fine afterwards. I've left ram in the freezer & pulled it out, dropped it in the board & overclocked it while it was still cold trying to get better clocks. I've had wet cpus as well, all good when dry. I use them frozen all the time biggrin.gif .
    
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No idea what your talking about but it seems like a daft idea to put a cpu in a freezer, I cant see it working afterwards...

It will work afterwards. Just has to be dry.

I just don't see how it would help with delidding the chip because it's already easy without going to any extreme temperatures, whether high or low.
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It will work afterwards. Just has to be dry.

I just don't see how it would help with delidding the chip because it's already easy without going to any extreme temperatures, whether high or low.

I'll have to try it with one of the crappy 3770k when I load up on ln2 again, most can't really use the same method but never know, might make it easy enough to do by hand.
    
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It will work afterwards. Just has to be dry.

I just don't see how it would help with delidding the chip because it's already easy without going to any extreme temperatures, whether high or low.

yeah I have only done razor method myself and understand vice is very simple I was just thinking it would be that much easier with hardened and cold glue.

anyways.
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