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others say this works well

i used this..lol

edit:
removed the hammer method as a bad idea, sorry..

morning, reading through the posts from last night,
so we can agree about the 3 pics i posted earlier,
to be the most safe to use?

using one of those should do it, as best/proven methods ?
and in the order shown above,
addition can be made later, if we find more or even better ways to delid,

about cleaning the adhesive on pcb and underside ihs,
1. use fingernails
2. use a creditcard
3. rubbing alcohol or spiritus, to clean die, and/or the last bits of adhesive

altho the rubbing alcohol wont clean the adhesive when its still untouched,
just after delid..
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

1. Break Corners with a Thin Razor..
2. Finish with Sturdy Credit card...
Seems the Safest Method imo..

yes, but a normal credit card is a bit thick, could bent the pcb,
still looking for something like a credit card, but thinner,(about half as thick or less)
and easy to get/find for everyone..


edit:
heating up the cpu before delid seems to help also,
let it run prime for a 15-20min, or put it in the oven (80C) someone said,
dont know about that, DONT put it in a microwave tho ...lol

i remember a woman who put a little cat in a microwave to dry after a bath,
she sued the company that made it,
because they didnt mention it in the manual that you cant dry animals in a microwave...splat! ...lol
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Is it me or is it not easy to remove the black glue from the PCB after delidding? After reading through this thread before delidding, it came off ridiculously easy for me! Is that not the same for everyone?
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Is it me or is it not easy to remove the black glue from the PCB after delidding? After reading through this thread before delidding, it came off ridiculously easy for me! Is that not the same for everyone?

not that same for everyone i guess,
i used this side of my box cutter to scrape the glue off,

but very careful of course smile.gif
wouldnt recommend it to anyone now, with what ive learned so far..lol

i think credit card is a good way to scrape it off, but theres always peeps that screw that up too,
after this weekend, practice on the old pentiums, i cant imagine anyone messing up the pcb, or delid,
but maybe its just me thinking its easy..idk, my 15 year old kid did 3 cpu's without even touching/scratching the pcb,

some say the box cutter i used is bad, i say, its not what you use, but how you use it..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNQ_hxtKXBs&feature=context-gau
little vid we made during the delids this weekend, my kiddo doing a corner smile.gif
he said this one was really hard compared to the others he did..

what i found is very important to keep in mind during delid

dont let the blade you use go in any direction,
keep it 100% right-angled ALL the time when cutting through the edges, or doing the long sides

if you have a dremel, it could work too, to clean the ihs/pcb

with a, soft, Polishing Wheel on..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/13/12 at 1:21am
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Is it me or is it not easy to remove the black glue from the PCB after delidding? After reading through this thread before delidding, it came off ridiculously easy for me! Is that not the same for everyone?

Mine came off easy too & it was my 1st time. If you use the right tools & gave the right pressure, you will easily remove the ihs without damaging the processor. I might go for another one later but i will see 1st if my budget allows. wink.gif

EDIT:
Here's my attempt on 4.6Ghz, 10hours of prime95 with 90% usage ram. Hitting 102c on highest core... Will ordered Liquid Pro soon and shave another 10c.biggrin.gif



Abit off topic here, how do i make my rig below the signature to be visible?
Edited by ketapang - 11/13/12 at 4:07am
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i remember a woman who put a little cat in a microwave to dry after a bath,
she sued the company that made it,
because they didnt mention it in the manual that you cant dry animals in a microwave...splat! ...lol
Funniest thing i have read all day, just thinking of her going OMG F*** the cat blew up.
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Would there be some similar temperature reductions in the i5 2500k? Well, not as extreme of course, but like 3-5C would be an extreme change in my climate; Plus i could probably push it to 5Ghz on air since there seems to be a lot of headroom already with the max stock i've gotten to stable was like 4.7 or something without seeing to go further.
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Would there be some similar temperature reductions in the i5 2500k? Well, not as extreme of course, but like 3-5C would be an extreme change in my climate; Plus i could probably push it to 5Ghz on air since there seems to be a lot of headroom already with the max stock i've gotten to stable was like 4.7 or something without seeing to go further.

The 2500K is soldered to the IHS. I have never seen anyone successfully delid one. I have seen a couple of attempts but the chip failed to work in all attempts. I believe the fact that this is not applicable to Sandy is mentioned in the op.
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Abit off topic here, how do i make my rig below the signature to be visible?

click on your name in the upper right corner, takes you to your profile,
scroll all the way down to "Your Rigs", click "Create a new rig" smile.gifwink.gif

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Here's my attempt on 4.6Ghz, 10hours of prime95 with 90% usage ram. Hitting 102c on highest core... Will ordered Liquid Pro soon and shave another 10c.biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

really?, 102C..
i wouldnt do that if i where you, at 102C one of my cores shut down to protect the chip,
at 105C the other cores started to throttle down to about 80% load..
i know it prolly only touched the 102C with peaks, but still, 102C is very close to trouble biggrin.gif
at least the oc looks stable ...lol
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The 2500K is soldered to the IHS. I have never seen anyone successfully delid one. I have seen a couple of attempts but the chip failed to work in all attempts. I believe the fact that this is not applicable to Sandy is mentioned in the op.
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Damn, and yeah i missed that, suffering from the tired-cannot read well syndrome thumb.gif
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Damn, and yeah i missed that, suffering from the tired-cannot read well syndrome thumb.gif

haha, i hear ya, happens to me all the time ...lol

i did take some soldered ihs of this weekend, old pentiums,
just to try if i could, but i cant check if they still work..
but the solder on yours is really good, has a high w/mk,
i dont think it will improve temps alot if you would take it off,
and use other/better tim smile.gif
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