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Not sure how good of an idea to put ANYTHING that could disolve that cement onto the the PCB would be. If it even has a chance of eating through the protecitve coat....youwell and truely F'd. What kind of chemical were you thinking of...I think battery acid might work on the glue...not sure how the chipwould fair though.... biggrin.gif
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Not sure how good of an idea to put ANYTHING that could disolve that cement onto the the PCB would be. If it even has a chance of eating through the protecitve coat....youwell and truely F'd. What kind of chemical were you thinking of...I think battery acid might work on the glue...not sure how the chipwould fair though.... biggrin.gif

im really not sure, just a idea i just had, of course it shouldnt dissolve the pcb..lol
the pcb is made from other material then the adhesive..
i have a old pentium here now, if its the same adhesive they use on the 3770k,
i could open it, and try find something that only dissolves that..
trying to think about other/safe ways of delidding here, thats all..
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Thats actually a good idea from a testing stand point. Maybe watered down Vinegar? You could ball up some glue, get 5 shot glasses, mix diff levels/mixtures of vinegar/water and see if any desolve the glue. Maybe try some goo gone also? Same type of test. Then try the best mixes on the PCB. Let them sit as long as it takes to dissolve the glue( if they do) and then thourghly clean the chip. Then let chip dry overnight/for a day, check it out with a magnifying glass and see if there is any damage. Then again, Im a dumb Army grunt, so maybe you should ask one of these college grads if Im speaking out of my A**.

EDIT: Sorry about the spelling...read again dumb army grunt... tongue.gif
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I think it would be a good idea if the OP linked a few delidding YouTube videos as this shows any newcomer how to really do it safely the first time. 2cents.gif
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Yes, videos would be good. I went off of some japanese web site that wasnt even in english, no videos, and most the stuff was drawings if I remember correctly. But I figured, what the hell. it worked out for me.
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just killed a soldered pentium..lol
we tried various ways, one that was nice using a fishing line,
attached to 2 screwdrivers..it worked, but you need 4 hands for that...
we did everything really rough, when i popped off, we didnt even had 1 scratch on the pcb..

will look into it some more using sewing thread thats strong enough,
the fishline very worked, but is to "smooth"..sewing thread is different,
takes more time of course then using razor blades etc, but surely is a safe way smile.gif

o, and ive let my kid do almost all the work, working around the edges with the boxcutter,
i only explained what he had to do..like i said, not 1 scratch on the pcb later ..
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I think it would be a good idea if the OP linked a few delidding YouTube videos as this shows any newcomer how to really do it safely the first time. 2cents.gif

np, will work on getting all the vid's together and post them,the best ones, for OP wink.gif
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just killed a soldered pentium..lol
we tried various ways, one that was nice using a fishing line,
attached to 2 screwdrivers..it worked, but you need 4 hands for that...
we did everything really rough, when i popped off, we didnt even had 1 scratch on the pcb..
will look into it some more using sewing thread thats strong enough,
the fishline very worked, but is to "smooth"..sewing thread is different,
takes more time of course then using razor blades etc, but surely is a safe way smile.gif
o, and ive let my kid do almost all the work, working around the edges with the boxcutter,
i only explained what he had to do..like i said, not 1 scratch on the pcb later ..

Hot Dang! You sir are trying to Get the Nobel Prize for Planitary Unification/Delidding. Keep up the fun experiments!
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Hey well I used a tack hammer , like the 1 shown in the vid on the previous page. Found it very effective for along the straight edges as you just let the weight of the hammer do the work for you for you, very light taps is all you need.
Obvuiously if your not comfortable with it don't do it that way thumb.gif
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well, we just finished the second pentium,
we even got the soldered ihs off, with little effort really ..lol biggrin.gif

we used just a lighter you see on the next pic, so funny

we still have 1 pentium left now, i think were gonna record the whole process for you all wink.gif

we did put the 2 razorblades between the ihs and pcb, hung it upside
down between 2 drinking glasses, taped , and all we did was holding
the lighter under it, just 1-2 seconds everytime, after about 3 min doing so, it just fell off,
one funny experiment that was, and easy to do ..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/10/12 at 5:20am
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