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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)

I have used Hammer + vice and razor method but that vice + hair dryer seems fast and easy smile.gif
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Got everything back together.

OCN name: GlowingBurrito
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: CLU
ihs-TIM: MX4
Mhz gained: n/a (haven't tried pushing higher)
OC after delid: 4.5ghz before and after
Temp drops: ~15c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/peap8t

Edit: Post with pic http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide/24340#post_21915671
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Originally Posted by GlowingBurrito View Post

Got everything back together.

OCN name: GlowingBurrito
CPU: 3770k
on die-TIM: CLU
ihs-TIM: MX4
Mhz gained: n/a (haven't tried pushing higher)
OC after delid: 4.5ghz before and after
Temp drops: ~15c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/peap8t

Edit: Post with pic http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club-guide/24340#post_21915671

You're in! thumb.gif Slappa Dat Sig on!

Welcome to OCN Enjoy your stay biggrin.gif
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After delidding has anybody tried milling the ihs down to about 1/2 it`s thickness lapping both sides and remounting w/o clamp with coolabatorys tim on both.
I now have direct die mount an have had some problems with it not seating well my friend owns a shop so we cut the ihs d
own I lapped it and have not done my waterblock yet just wanted to know if anyone has tried. my w/b is a EKWB Supermacy with Naked IB mounting.
Edited by cestessr - 3/9/14 at 7:11am
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After delidding has anybody tried milling the ihs down to about 1/2 it`s thickness lapping both sides and remounting w/o clamp with coolabatorys tim on both.
I now have direct die mount an have had some problems with it not seating well my friend owns a shop so we cut the ihs d
own I lapped it and have not done my waterblock yet just wanted to know if anyone has tried. my w/b is a EKWB Supermacy with Naked IB mounting.
I had lapped 3570k with CLP on die and ihs + EK supremacy. Didn't notice difference vs direct die.
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had lapped 3570k with CLP on die and ihs + EK supremacy. Didn't notice difference vs direct die.
I`m not trying to make it run any cooler than direct die but what you givs me hope that it will work as good as direct die contact. I am shooting for more even pressure on entire CPU with just as good cooling results.Thanks
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I
had lapped 3570k with CLP on die and ihs + EK supremacy. Didn't notice difference vs direct die.
I`m not trying to make it run any cooler than direct die but what you givs me hope that it will work as good as direct die contact. I am shooting for more even pressure on entire CPU with just as good cooling results.Thanks

I would honestly play with the mount some more. The naked kit has worked flawless for me for quite a while now, and has allowed me to get to a point that voltage is the thing holding my clocks back as opposed to temperatures.

What exactly is the issue that you are experiencing with the naked kit? Maybe we could help troubleshoot it for you. There are plenty of us here with the exact kit that post regularly.
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hey guys i got un-even core temps with 10c difference between hottest and coolest core so i wanted to re-seat my cpu should i clean old clu or just add a little bit more to the existing amount ? clu is very expensive to get here and i would rather not waste it
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You can still brush it as if it's new after you disassemble everything. Just do that and make sure it looks good before putting everything back together. I guess only add some CLU to what's already there if you think it needs that.

You might want to try to warm everything up by doing something on the PC before shutting it off and working on it. Someone mentioned hardened CLU spots are only there if things are cold, so perhaps only when you start working on the PC after it was off all night in a cold room or something.

Also, don't expect too much about those 10C temperature differences. It's normal that the first and last cores are colder than the two in the middle in a stress test because the two cores in the middle have hot neighbors on both sides instead of just one side.
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You can still brush it as if it's new after you disassemble everything. Just do that and make sure it looks good before putting everything back together. I guess only add some CLU to what's already there if you think it needs that.

You might want to try to warm everything up by doing something on the PC before shutting it off and working on it. Someone mentioned hardened CLU spots are only there if things are cold, so perhaps only when you start working on the PC after it was off all night in a cold room or something.

Also, don't expect too much about those 10C temperature differences. It's normal that the first and last cores are colder than the two in the middle in a stress test because the two cores in the middle have hot neighbors on both sides instead of just one side.

i had lower temp difference between cores before ... 4 ~ 5c only and i have screenshots that shows this from old overclocking tests
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