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Ok so while my bad chip is still priming I decided to go ahead and delid my good one thumb.gif

This time around I approached the process in a different way . First I looked for the easiest corner and once I got inside I never took the blade off again until the ihs came off. This time around a perfect delid not even a single scratch to the pcb .

I think what I did wrong the first time was that I tried to break into all of the corners first and then work on the sides of the ihs and with so much taking out the blade and putting it back inside the pcb scratched a bit as you can see in my pic in an earlier post.

So my advice for anyone who is still trying to figure out how to do this is to walk your way into the first corner and then go from there don't take the blade out until the ihs is out.... This might be a more dangerous way to scratch the die but in my experience it was the best approach .

I can't upload a pic from mi iPad but I'll get one in a few.

5.0 here I come thumb.gifthumb.gif

Edit : Here is the pic and my new avatar biggrin.gif


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Rejected.
Your CPU-Z need to say your OCN name please! Then ill accept ya:thumb:

How do I do that?
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Originally Posted by Systemlord View Post

How do I do that?
open cpuz and click validate. Then in the top two white slots type your OCN name in the first. Then and email in the second. Then press your enter key (makes it easier and faster trust me lol) then just stress the cpu enough to show your clock on it and click validate again. This will email you the link and will bring up a webpage for you as well on your OC.
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Using Zalman CNPS9500A LED @2500rpm, just wait till water cooling. IGPU in use!

2562304.png

OCN name: Systemlord
CPU: Core i7 3770K @4.5GHz
On die-TIM: Liquid Pro
IHS-TIM: MX4
Mhz gained: Not attempted yet
OC after delid: Same
Temp drops:

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Originally Posted by Systemlord View Post

Using Zalman CNPS9500A LED @2500rpm, just wait till water cooling. IGPU in use!
2562304.png
OCN name: Systemlord
CPU: Core i7 3770K @4.5GHz
On die-TIM: Liquid Pro
IHS-TIM: MX4
Mhz gained: Not attempted yet
OC after delid: Same
Temp drops: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

nice job Systemlord, gratz thumb.gif
youre planning to buy a dedicated gpu or ?
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Originally Posted by shremi View Post

Ok so while my bad chip is still priming I decided to go ahead and delid my good one thumb.gif
This time around I approached the process in a different way . First I looked for the easiest corner and once I got inside I never took the blade off again until the ihs came off. This time around a perfect delid not even a single scratch to the pcb .
I think what I did wrong the first time was that I tried to break into all of the corners first and then work on the sides of the ihs and with so much taking out the blade and putting it back inside the pcb scratched a bit as you can see in my pic in an earlier post.
So my advice for anyone who is still trying to figure out how to do this is to walk your way into the first corner and then go from there don't take the blade out until the ihs is out.... This might be a more dangerous way to scratch the die but in my experience it was the best approach .
I can't upload a pic from mi iPad but I'll get one in a few.
5.0 here I come thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edit : Here is the pic and my new avatar biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

good tip, heard several times now about the "easy corner" to start with,
will keep it in mind for others.. thanks, and good job ..lol thumb.gif


working on my son's ( hes 13 years old) comp today,
bought a cooler master Z11 case for him ..lol
looks very nice..


so my kid has a Athlon X2 5200+ 45nm 2.3GHz AM3 unlocked to Phenom FX-5200 quadcore,
but its a gamble with unlocking, 1 core gave up after a year usage, so had to set it to a dualcore again,
now i got it to work again, so its a quadcore at this moment, but ...well
looking for a replacement..

any of you guys have a old amd quad core laying around?
i can buy a AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition for about 80 euro,
not a bad prize i thought..
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Hey all! So I got a 3770K on the way and I have been reading about de-lidding these guys all over the place... I am familiar with the process as I used to do this to old Opteron chips. My question is, as you guys reapplying the TIM and replacing the IHS, or just running de-lidded? If so, are you guys using shims? Has anyone mounted a waterblock straight to the core?

Like I said, I am getting mine on Thursday, and am debating whether or not to just do this right out of the gate!

Sorry for asking questions that I'm sure are redundant, I just haven't had time to dig around this thread for all the answers!

Thanks in advance!
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Still pondering if I should try delid again.

Currently 4.5 @1.25V peaking at 84 deg C.

For 4.6, I will require around 1.35V.

At 1.325V my temps jump around 10-12 deg C @ 4.5.

Also a single multiplier change is about 3 deg C too.

Quick maths tells me for 4.6 @ 1.135V I should hit around 102-104 deg C.

Now given the average drop in temps is 20 deg C, I wonder if all this is worth it for an extra 100MHz.

I am not a folder/bencher and that would be the only reason it would mind.

A 15 deg C drop at 4.5 would be nice though biggrin.gif

PS: Just to show how crap this bond is. My water/air delta at idle is 3 deg C. My water/air delta at load is 5 deg C. And my setup is extremely basic and got a GPU block (cant make that thing bring up temp either, but had to use water as the air fan was noisey and very crap).

In perspective, my i7 860 would easily raise the water/air delta to 12-15 deg C. I could probably get by with a single RAD currently ;p
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Hey all! So I got a 3770K on the way and I have been reading about de-lidding these guys all over the place... I am familiar with the process as I used to do this to old Opteron chips. My question is, as you guys reapplying the TIM and replacing the IHS, or just running de-lidded? If so, are you guys using shims? Has anyone mounted a waterblock straight to the core?
Like I said, I am getting mine on Thursday, and am debating whether or not to just do this right out of the gate!
Sorry for asking questions that I'm sure are redundant, I just haven't had time to dig around this thread for all the answers!
Thanks in advance!

most of us use the IHS again after delid,
Sonda5 is expert without ihs and using waterblock direct on the die,
i would first give it a try without delid, and see what temps are and voltages etc..

np bout the asking, this thread is getting to big to read through fast,
but (almost) all the info you need is here..
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