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post #29741 of 33700
Nice copy of my delid die mate. Pretty funny when you call it "your creation". And tatmMRKIV is right that I have a patent for my way of delidding.






Edited by der8auer - 1/28/16 at 1:10pm
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Hmmmmm. I won't stop this discussion but if it moves to much, take it to PM guys thumb.gif
post #29743 of 33700
I did not copy your design. If you look, mine is completely different from yours.
I did not even see your design until just a few weeks ago.
I've been working on mine since October/November as you can see by the posts in my thread where I document my progress with making the CPU cooler.
I seldom come to the forums as I am a machinist first, computer nerd second.

The design is too general. Anyone with a little design sense would make something similar to yours or mine. It's like saying. I patented the door knob, a device you turn to open the door, you can't make one.

The US a free market society, if you produce a patent I will honor it but until then I will continue.

That is the last word I will say about it. PM if you want to discuss.

James
post #29744 of 33700
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Nice copy of my delid die mate. Pretty funny when you call it "your creation". And tatmMRKIV is right that I have a patent for my way of delidding.

So wait, does this mean people using a vice are going to breach your copyright, I own a copy of your tool and it's neat and everything but from what I can see his version improves on the weaknesses of your design.
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his copyright has to do with the chip being secured from top to bottom and then having the push thing come in IIRC
so since theres no "vertical" support in standard vice it doesnt apply and it just doesnt apply...

I agree with 386 that anyone with an ounce of brain would come up with something similar though. ( I wouldn't want the chip loose in any way shape or form, and equal force across the thing is a must. vertical support is just commonsense with the thin ass skylake pcb)
I was thinking about it before I saw delid die mate after failing to delid my 6700k with a vice(it just kept slipping so I was thinking if only there was vertical support and something held the chip so forc could be applied evenly and precisely, I have no tools to make it but I had the idea at one point). But fact is Roman did it, and copyrighted it first.
done and done..
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 1/28/16 at 2:27pm
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his copyright has to do with the chip being secured from top to bottom and then having the push thing come in IIRC
so since theres no "vertical" support in standard vice it doesnt apply and it just doesnt apply...

I agree with 386 that anyone with an ounce of brain would come up with something similar though. ( I wouldn't want the chip loose in any way shape or form, and equal force across the thing is a must. vertical support is just commonsense with the thin ass skylake pcb)
I was thinking about it before I saw delid die mate after failing to delid my 6700k with a vice(it just kept slipping so I was thinking if only there was vertical support and something held the chip so forc could be applied evenly and precisely, I have no tools to make it but I had the idea at one point). But fact is Roman did it, and copyrighted it first.
done and done..

Okay I see, so Roman is basically going to take down anyone who makes anything remotely similar? Regardless of if it improves on a product with flaws? Like the slide falling out, the thread chewing up the slide when it falls out and people put it back in the wrong way? The ease of 3 thumb screws vs 6 allen key bolts?

Both are similar I get that but in all honesty I prefer 386's version and would love to get my hands on that for ease and possibly longevity.
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The patent includes these facts:
- have one part as a CPU socket
- have one part on top
- have a slider in between
- have a window in the top

So in fact it's exactly the same.
It's always easy to say "everybody with common sense can come up with the idea" afterwards.

I wouldn't even care so much it's just when you claim it's your own idea lol. And you don't even bother to ask via PM first. Not the gentleman's way.
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The patent includes these facts:
- have one part as a CPU socket
- have one part on top
- have a slider in between
- have a window in the top

So in fact it's exactly the same.
It's always easy to say "everybody with common sense can come up with the idea" afterwards.

Can I see your patent word for word in english? Does it apply worldwide or just in europe?
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So the differences are round edges and different screws?

looks like a 1:1 copy to me
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