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Just wanted to add, 3570K does not have anything around the die that could be shorted.
That is good to know. Thanks again gambi! Your rig continues to be an inspiration. smile.gif
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2nd successful delid here, 4770k with vice method. Have not tested temps yet but it only took 5 whacks to get the ihs off, very easy and not nearly as scary as the razor method.

Can you comment on the force of blow applied? What can it be related to? Hitting a finishing nail? Framing nail?

Im worried I will over compensate and send my chip flying across the shop hahaha. Just picturing it now
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Just waiting that someone invent's delidding machine biggrin.gif
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Can you comment on the force of blow applied? What can it be related to? Hitting a finishing nail? Framing nail?

Im worried I will over compensate and send my chip flying across the shop hahaha. Just picturing it now

I wrapped a cloth around the vice and CPU, so there was no chance of anything flying around after the PCB coming off.
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Just waiting that someone invent's delidding machine biggrin.gif

You got me thinking....

Couldn't I just apply even and steady force against the pcb to push it off, instead of using blows?

For example if I made a wood jig that fits in a vice, on one side it presses the IHS, and the other presses the PCB, and I just tighten the vice to seperate the two? I wish I had a 'practice' chip
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I wrapped a cloth around the vice and CPU, so there was no chance of anything flying around after the PCB coming off.

Thanks for the tip!
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That is the new vice method.
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Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post

That is the new vice method.

Can you link this method to me?
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Just waiting that someone invent's delidding machine biggrin.gif

I have been thinkign about a way to make a simple item to do this for 25 bucks or so
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IHS resting on one side of the vice, PCB resting on the other.. in this video, a heat gun is used to soften up the "glue"
It is a fairly new method of delidding, but seams to work for those who tried it.

I used the hammer method, holding the piece of wood AND the chip with one hand, hammer with the other.
So little to no risk of making the chip fly (also used a pillow to catch the chip IF it should end up flying)
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Well it is done! Just cleaning up the pcb and still waiting for the mail for my CLU. All in all it was a super easy process lol

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IHS resting on one side of the vice, PCB resting on the other.. in this video, a heat gun is used to soften up the "glue"
It is a fairly new method of delidding, but seams to work for those who tried it.

Yup that is what I am going to do. Just need some CLU.
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