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Hi all, long time lurker, first time poster.
Thanks for the great de-lidding info. I was partially successful on my first attempt with a single-sided razor blade, but I made a tiny scrape on the PCB. Turns out that chip only runs in single-channel RAM mode now redface.gif but ran great at 4.5 for a week folding at 30k PPD. Highest load temp generally about 80C pre-delid and 60C post-delid.
My second attempt went much better, and I'm back in dual-channel RAM mode now. Running 4.5GHz with a 0.05v offset and folding at 36k PPD or slightly higher. This chip is running a bit cooler at about 59C. Using a Megahalems Rev B with 38mm San Ace fan.
If anyone wants a 3770k that only runs in single-channel mode, I've got one I can sell you cheap! biggrin.gif
OCN name: mdrn28
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Cool Labs Liquid Metal Pro
ihs-TIM: Gelid GC-Extreme
Mhz gained: none yet, running much cooler at 4.5GHz
OC after delid: 4.5GHz
Temp drops: 20C
Sorry, don't have pics as I was trying to focus on what I was doing and not screw it up a second time!

Are you running in the same MB? I was screwing with mine last week and bent one of the pins on the inner most row and I had that single channel memory issue!

Once I fixed that it was all good.
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Stacker T01 v5.0
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Sturbin' Box
(13 items)
 
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i7 5960X ASUS Rampage V Extreme 2x Nvidia 1080ti SLI 32GB Corsair Dominator DDR4 3400Mhz 
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Samsung 850 pro NVMe M.2 Custom EK watercooled loop Windows 10 Pro Triple LG 4K 27" 
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Cosair 1500Ti CaseLabs M10 
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post #2372 of 33641
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Originally Posted by mdrn28 View Post

Hi all, long time lurker, first time poster.
Thanks for the great de-lidding info. I was partially successful on my first attempt with a single-sided razor blade, but I made a tiny scrape on the PCB. Turns out that chip only runs in single-channel RAM mode now redface.gif but ran great at 4.5 for a week folding at 30k PPD. Highest load temp generally about 80C pre-delid and 60C post-delid.
My second attempt went much better, and I'm back in dual-channel RAM mode now. Running 4.5GHz with a 0.05v offset and folding at 36k PPD or slightly higher. This chip is running a bit cooler at about 59C. Using a Megahalems Rev B with 38mm San Ace fan.
If anyone wants a 3770k that only runs in single-channel mode, I've got one I can sell you cheap! biggrin.gif
OCN name: mdrn28
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: Cool Labs Liquid Metal Pro
ihs-TIM: Gelid GC-Extreme
Mhz gained: none yet, running much cooler at 4.5GHz
OC after delid: 4.5GHz
Temp drops: 20C
Sorry, don't have pics as I was trying to focus on what I was doing and not screw it up a second time!

I may need that chip eventually...hopefully my chip is alive! I wouldn't mind it running single channel, if it runs biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Phobos223 View Post

Are you running in the same MB? I was screwing with mine last week and bent one of the pins on the inner most row and I had that single channel memory issue!
Once I fixed that it was all good.

Could be the mobo, who knows...
post #2373 of 33641
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Originally Posted by Phobos223 View Post

Are you running in the same MB? I was screwing with mine last week and bent one of the pins on the inner most row and I had that single channel memory issue!
Once I fixed that it was all good.

Yes, same motherboard, an Asus P8Z77-V Pro. I made sure to check the socket when I was swapping CPUs, and all the pins look nice and straight. I did notice a small flake of the black glue stuff on the bottom of the first CPU, so that might have caused the problem as well. Might try and test that first CPU before I sell it.
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Give it a go...otherwise let me know how much you want. Hopefully everything's good for the two of us and our chips.
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HUmm, so how not to damage the pins on the mobo?????

Edit: if the cpu part was not already scary enough, now the socket too? nerdsmiley.png
post #2376 of 33641
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Originally Posted by chris-br View Post

HUmm, so how not to damage the pins on the mobo?????
Edit: if the cpu part was not already scary enough, now the socket too? nerdsmiley.png

Remove mb Lay cpu in it.. put Ihs on it line it up// Clamp down...

Same can be done by laying a case on it's side.
    
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Most likely i will remove the mobo cuz i wanna apply the liquid pro on my gpu too
post #2378 of 33641
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Originally Posted by chris-br View Post

HUmm, so how not to damage the pins on the mobo?????
Edit: if the cpu part was not already scary enough, now the socket too? nerdsmiley.png

Well, in 20-ish years of working on computers, I don't think I've ever had a problem with the socket. If you're careful to put the CPU in flat and not let it drop in sideways, things seem to turn out ok. Also, probably try to minimize the number of times you latch down the retaining clip as things do move around a bit when you do that.

Used to be that the pins were on the bottom of the chip itself, which meant that you had to be even more careful about putting it in the right way. But these days the pins are on the other side and the socket is keyed so you can only put it in one way, making the whole process a bit simpler.

ivanlabrie, I'll re-test that other CPU and let you know how it goes.
post #2379 of 33641
Cool, thanks man...

Valgaur: I pm'd you.
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Cool, thanks man...
Valgaur: I pm'd you.

SWEET!!! Thanks buddy! tongue.gif
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