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Just for the sake of arguing, couldn't you take the IHS and place it on top of a very hot surface and lay your nickel solder on the inside? Then the heat from the hot surface would melt the nickel and you would place the PCB back onto the heated IHS while the soldering metal is still hot?

Doesn't seem overly complicated.

the temps for solder can easily kill silicon, it's a crazy risk, not even close to worth the benefits of actual solder

Well I say solder but i'm saying it offhand without knowing what the technically best choice is.

What does Intel use with soldered CPUs? There's bound to be some sort of solder (could even be lead? nah..) that melts at a very low temperature; enough to not damage silicon. Not 100% sure yet but It's fun to think about.

I wouldn't try this with an i5 but for example maybe the theory for me is just too appealing.
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Has anyone used this method on an Ivy Bridge CPU ? Never seen it done this way. Safe? Looks safer than hammer to me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo1KzqCQurk
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Has anyone used this method on an Ivy Bridge CPU ? Never seen it done this way. Safe? Looks safer than hammer to me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo1KzqCQurk

Yes, this method is common for Ivy, Haswell and DC.

I used this vise: http://www.homedepot.com/p/BESSEY-4-in-Drill-Press-Vise-BV-DP40/205023096

When I was done, I returned it. thumb.gif Next build will be Skylake-E which should be a soldered proc.
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Has anyone used this method on an Ivy Bridge CPU ? Never seen it done this way. Safe? Looks safer than hammer to me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo1KzqCQurk
that is the way to go if you ask me, its what I did for my 4790k and its super easy!
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that is the way to go if you ask me, its what I did for my 4790k and its super easy!
Ok ,cool . Thanks! I couldn't find a suitable vice at Home Depot for less than like $50,but I just located one at Lowes for $19.99 am picking up this afternoon. All of the cheap ones at Home depot had gnarly teeth ,and that scared me. If I mess this CPU up ,I will not be able to buy a new GTX980Ti for my Son for his Birthday in 2 weeks. I will have to use the money for a 6700K, and a Z170 Sabertooth board.
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Ok ,cool . Thanks! I couldn't find a suitable vice at Home Depot for less than like $50,but I just located one at Lowes for $19.99 am picking up this afternoon. All of the cheap ones at Home depot had gnarly teeth ,and that scared me. If I mess this CPU up ,I will not be able to buy a new GTX980Ti for my Son for his Birthday in 2 weeks. I will have to use the money for a 6700K, and a Z170 Sabertooth board.
http://www.lowes.com/pd_552529-281-226340___?productId=50168511&pl=1&Ntt=vice is what I used. I used several layers of duct tape on both sets of teeth to keep things from sliding and getting chewed up. It didn't take much pressure for me at all, I tightened til it got firm and then rotated the cpu in the vice 90 degrees. I probably did this 5 times and then it was free
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http://www.lowes.com/pd_552529-281-226340___?productId=50168511&pl=1&Ntt=vice is what I used. I used several layers of duct tape on both sets of teeth to keep things from sliding and getting chewed up. It didn't take much pressure for me at all, I tightened til it got firm and then rotated the cpu in the vice 90 degrees. I probably did this 5 times and then it was free
Yes the tape thing did cross my mind,that makes sense to tape the metal of the vice.When you say you rotated the cpu in the vice 90* each time, you mean there is no set direction to vice it? I was still going to try to get 100% positive instructions as to which way to place the chip in the vice. In my case a 3770K.
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Yes the tape thing did cross my mind,that makes sense to tape the metal of the vice.When you say you rotated the cpu in the vice 90* each time, you mean there is no set direction to vice it? I was still going to try to get 100% positive instructions as to which way to place the chip in the vice. In my case a 3770K.
since my 4790k has the regulators on it i made sure that side was on the side i pushed the ihs towards. I felt if it was the other way the ihs may hit them when it slides. I've only delidded a few times but haven't had any failure yet. Haven't done any ivy's yet
Edited by 0ldChicken - 9/20/15 at 6:08pm
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I just received my Kryonaut temps have dropped from 87 to 76 max *no delid yet*, this is at x47 1.217 VID. Should I go ahead and Delid ?
I will use the Kryonaut on DIE for the time being if anything.
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I just received my Kryonaut temps have dropped from 87 to 76 max *no delid yet*, this is at x47 1.217 VID. Should I go ahead and Delid ?
I will use the Kryonaut on DIE for the time being if anything.
imo if you gained 9c from tim you likley had a seating issue or the first tim wasn't applied correctly.

76c temps would definitely benifit from delid.
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