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Pictures.... still a small amount of adhesive on it but as you can see the dye is all messed up.

http://imgur.com/a/Gwb3w
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

gimme teh piccys!!!! maybe we can save thee

hope you can still fix it up sir,... hope someone with the knowledge will help you about your problem
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hope you can still fix it up sir,... hope someone with the knowledge will help you about your problem
Thanks but I'm pretty sure it's toast. I was just being a little too careless. Shame too that was a strong chip, could do x46 p95 stable at 1.280v.
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Sure I'll take some pictures. I think something got on my paper towel and I didn't notice then procceded to scratch it all up. frown.gif

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Originally Posted by Tmfs View Post

Pictures.... still a small amount of adhesive on it but as you can see the dye is all messed up.

http://imgur.com/a/Gwb3w

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Originally Posted by Tmfs View Post

Thanks but I'm pretty sure it's toast. I was just being a little too careless. Shame too that was a strong chip, could do x46 p95 stable at 1.280v.

I have seen "dies" with scratches on them before and they still worked just fine. Clean the surcharge with a q-tip, apply some plain old TIM, and test the chip. Surface scratches aren't the end of the world, chips missing from the die areas or cracks are, because they go much deeper than just the surface!!
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I have seen "dies" with scratches on them before and they still worked just fine. Clean the surcharge with a q-tip, apply some plain old TIM, and test the chip. Surface scratches aren't the end of the world, chips missing from the die areas or cracks are, because they go much deeper than just the surface!!

Tested no post.
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Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post

Liquid Pro solidifies into a hard solder like material while ultra may need to replaced every so often from reading other ppl's posts smile.gif
give, more, info!

I thought it was the other way around? I did sell a chip a bit ago here to an OCN member and when I had cleaned the CLU to re-apply it had seemed the same from when I had first installed it ~6months prior.
How long we talking for CLP / CLU drying periods? If it's something like ~2years I can definitely understand, but for the CLP is it similar?

My understanding is they relatively provide same cooling? Just a different end result when cleaning?

I whacked the hammer on a 4770k, using CLU now, might be long till I mess with it but guess I will do some more research biggrin.gif I remember only choosing CLU because it was said to be easier to clean
  
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post #24166 of 33641

Hey everyone!

 

I de-lidded my 4770k over the weekend (using the vice method) so, so easy, just a couple of decent taps and the IHS popped straight off. Used a credit card to scrape the glue gunk off and the cleaning kit in the CLU to clean the die.

 

OCN name: Buttsy
CPU: 4770k
on die-TIM: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Arctic MX2
Mhz gained: 111MHz (so far fro 4.5 - 4.611)
OC after delid: 4.611GHz (53 x 87.02)
Temp drops: 66c before delid 59c after, full load P95 & IBT
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/dst8x2

 

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post #24167 of 33641
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Tested no post.

And there are no bent pins in the socket, correct? I only ask, as the die really doesn't look that bad. Also, did you try and clear your CMOS? And I'm assuming your trying to put it back into the same board you first tested the CPU in also, yes?
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And there are no bent pins in the socket, correct? I only ask, as the die really doesn't look that bad. Also, did you try and clear your CMOS? And I'm assuming your trying to put it back into the same board you first tested the CPU in also, yes?
Yeah I'm typing from the same motherboard right now with a different 4770k in it. I didn't think it looked that bad either but it refuses to post for some reason. I have a UD4H so I have post codes and it doesn't even get past the first one. Not sure how I killed it.
post #24169 of 33641
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Yeah I'm typing from the same motherboard right now with a different 4770k in it. I didn't think it looked that bad either but it refuses to post for some reason. I have a UD4H so I have post codes and it doesn't even get past the first one. Not sure how I killed it.

Well that sucks brother. Sorry it isn't working!
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It's a bummer for sure but it's not the first chip I've killed and probably won't be the last.
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