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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

yea, you still have to cut the corners first, like i said,
it could work for others ..but got to many comments, so wanted to take it off again..lol
but thanks for confirming it worked well for you thumb.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 11/10/12 at 4:55am
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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..

If you are serious about this I can tell you the best way to go about it. Scrape the adhesive off of the pcb and save it. Then line up several test tubes full of potential solvents (I honestly think the ones that work easily would be difficault for you to get your hands on because they are also carcinogenic and not just anyone can buy them, besides acetone which is nail polish remover, you could try paint thinner also I guess but it would need to be washed off with another volatile solvent instead of air dried) and put a little glob of the black glue in each test tube and let it soak for 10 minutes. If the glue breaks up or dissolves you are onto your next test, will it harm the pcb (obviously you would want a donated killed chip for this one, I am sure with your 5.7GHz overclocks on air you have one or two of these around biggrin.gif ). If you need anymore tips I am a chemist, just don't ask me to send you solvents because that is obviously not legal. One guy said a weak acetic acid solution (diluted vinegar), the functional group has a shot at working but I would think acetone would cover similar ground. Anways good luck
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If you are serious about this I can tell you the best way to go about it. Scrape the adhesive off of the pcb and save it. Then line up several test tubes full of potential solvents (I honestly think the ones that work easily would be difficault for you to get your hands on because they are also carcinogenic and not just anyone can buy them, besides acetone which is nail polish remover, you could try paint thinner also I guess but it would need to be washed off with another volatile solvent instead of air dried) and put a little glob of the black glue in each test tube and let it soak for 10 minutes. If the glue breaks up or dissolves you are onto your next test, will it harm the pcb (obviously you would want a donated killed chip for this one, I am sure with your 5.7GHz overclocks on air you have one or two of these around biggrin.gif ). If you need anymore tips I am a chemist, just don't ask me to send you solvents because that is obviously not legal. One guy said a weak acetic acid solution (diluted vinegar), the functional group has a shot at working but I would think acetone would cover similar ground. Anways good luck


great , would love to work with you on this,
you know what could work if your a chemist,
i can get almost anything i need where i live,
in the chemical dep. that is ..lol

i will save all the adhesive coming from the pentiums tho, and experiment on that,

and no...i didnt kill any chip yet, i only have the one i delidded, my BamBam ..
left alone i have money to replace ..lol

i practice on old pentiums i found laying around,
and let my kid( hes just 15 years old) do the work, so he can learn some things too,
delidding etc ...
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My dad used to give me some pc parts to build, connectors to plug. and the like when I was 7. Built my first rig at age 14 with minor help from him. It was a pentium 3 600mhz b with a voodoo 3 3500 agp and 128mb rdram lol
That's quality time there VonDutch! Props...
Nice find onn the fishing linne, and godspeed with the experiments.
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My dad used to give me some pc parts to build, connectors to plug. and the like when I was 7. Built my first rig at age 14 with minor help from him. It was a pentium 3 600mhz b with a voodoo 3 3500 agp and 128mb rdram lol
That's quality time there VonDutch! Props...
Nice find onn the fishing linne, and godspeed with the experiments.

we just bought some "iron" yarn, my mum used to use it,
i thought it would be great to cut through the adhesive..

didnt work well tho, not strong enough, snapped after a few times, but it started to cut through the corners already,
next try would be with a thin steel wire, kiddo is on it ..lol

i teached them chess on age 4-5 lol,
and alot about computers, now they are 14 and 15,
and they know so much more then other kids smile.gif
when your so young, you pick up things very quick see..
well, you know what i mean, you had a dad like that ...lol
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OCN name: Chris-br
CPU: i5 3570k
on die-TIM: MX-4
ihs-TIM: MX-4
Mhz gained: 0
OC after delid: same 4500Mhz
Temp drops: 10c-12c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2577252


Once i get the Liquid PRO, I will post the new results. biggrin.gif But for now I'm in the club. rolleyes.gif
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OCN name: Chris-br
CPU: i5 3570k
on die-TIM: MX-4
ihs-TIM: MX-4
Mhz gained: 0
OC after delid: same 4500Mhz
Temp drops: 10c-12c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2577252
Once i get the Liquid PRO, I will post the new results. biggrin.gif But for now I'm in the club. rolleyes.gif

Welcome chris-br, looks good..nice job delidding thumb.gif
what did you use? razor blade or.?
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Yeah, those old style razor blades, very flexible and double edge, very dangerous cuz you can cut your self, but they are really good cuz you dont scratch the pcb. smile.gif

EDIT Funny thing is that noe core #3 is the hottest, like 5c above the lower one.
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Now where do i get that sig with the fire burning on the little devil's head?
Edited by chris-br - 11/10/12 at 6:35am
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Yeah, those old style razor blades, very flexible and double edge, very dangerous cuz you can cut your self

Those double-edge razor blades are designed to snap in half along the center groove. It's a lot safer, and allows slightly more control.
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