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L36, post some overclocking screenshots already! rolleyes.gif
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make sure you isolate those resistors.

Whats the best way to do this on a 4770k? And the vise and hammer way still works with the change inside?
    
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L36, post some overclocking screenshots already! rolleyes.gif
I'm on the stock fan, my WC stuff comes in tomorrow. Hopefully il have everything up and running by Thursday, i have a final and a 3K paper due this week, I'm stretched thin as is... Besides, i have no idea what a lot of the bios options mean...
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Whats the best way to do this on a 4770k? And the vise and hammer way still works with the change inside?

Vice and hammer is better because with the razor you get very close to those resistors on the bottom of the CPU. The placement does not matter in the vice method, just whack it and when you see it coming lose, wiggle it. Simply hit, check if lose, hit, check if lose ect. It took me 2 hits. Isolating the resistors is simple, just dump non conductive TIM on them or use an automotive rubber gasket which can resist high temps, like i did. This is only necessary if you plan to use CLU, which have clear benefits, see my previous post.

I went the gasket route to ensure that it stays on those resistors, the TIM might slide off when you put and hold the IHS in the socket when mounting.
Edited by L36 - 6/4/13 at 6:03pm
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The hardest part is finding a neighbor with a vice u can use.
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Heh, the hardest part is getting the chip in there tight enough without denting it.

As my sig used to say, razors are a barbarous relic.
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The hardest part is finding a neighbor with a vice u can use.
Go to home depot, get one of those suction cup vices. They will support all the force you will exert from the whacking. Don't rip off the tags and return it. The only thing you will have to get creative about is a block of wood. Or spend some cash and get a proper vice for any future deliding.
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Heh, the hardest part is getting the chip in there tight enough without denting it.

As my sig used to say, razors are a barbarous relic.

That's easy, just when it gets tight in the vice, turn maybe 5 degrees more. Try to wiggle with your hands, if it comes out, repeat.
Edited by L36 - 6/4/13 at 6:10pm
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The hardest part is finding a neighbor with a vice u can use.
For me, the hardest part is finding someone with a vice as DYI stuff isn't too popular in Hong Kong
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Go to home depot, get one of those suction cup vices. They will support all the force you will exert from the whacking. Don't rip off the tags and return it. The only thing you will have to get creative about is a block of wood. Or spend some cash and get a proper vice for any future deliding.

Don't want to be a negative nancy, but the suction cup vices aren't stiff enough oftentimes redface.gif

Czech out the hammer delid thread for proof.
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Go to home depot, get one of those suction cup vices. They will support all the force you will exert from the whacking. Don't rip off the tags and return it. The only thing you will have to get creative about is a block of wood. Or spend some cash and get a proper vice for any future deliding.

How wide does the vice need to be able to open?
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Don't want to be a negative nancy, but the suction cup vices aren't stiff enough oftentimes redface.gif

Czech out the hammer delid thread for proof.
They're usually enough, you don't need a lot of force to break that adhesive loose. If you do need more force, you're doing it wrong.
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How wide does the vice need to be able to open?

1.5 inches is more than enough.
Edited by L36 - 6/4/13 at 6:19pm
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