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With delid tools a plenty it bothers me what people are still using blades to delid when I've need far too many damaged chips when doing the razor method over any other method combined during my time looking at how to do it spanning several years. I can't be alone on this or am I just dumb for working smarter not harder?
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I can't be alone on this or am I just dumb for working smarter not harder?

You might be spoiled. The user lists they are from Turkey, pretty sure there is big time war going on right next door. Could be hard to get things imported that are less than medically classified. What can I say?

Use a combination of razor, vice, and every method you can to make one no more brutal than the next. The objective is to remove the lid nice and easy.
Edited by g0tsl33p14 - 2/15/16 at 3:41pm
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post #29913 of 33692
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Originally Posted by NotATroll View Post

If you can, try keep the blade as flush as possible against the IHS - and not against the chip itself. You don't want to scratch the chip.Take it slow and steady.

I never liked the idea of using a blade, but don't let that discourage you.

All the best! thumb.gif

I always tilt upwards when I wiggle. Anyone found this to be bad? I have only de-lidded twice but succesfully. I figure any wiggling should be applied in the direction of the IHS since it is just a hunk of metal as opposed to the chip.
post #29914 of 33692
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Originally Posted by chronicfx View Post

I always tilt upwards when I wiggle. Anyone found this to be bad? I have only de-lidded twice but succesfully. I figure any wiggling should be applied in the direction of the IHS since it is just a hunk of metal as opposed to the chip.

Nope, this definitely makes sense. You're in good hands it seems. I never used the blade on mine because the adhesive seemed extremely tough. Not sure whether the same adhesive is used on all chips or whether I was just being a big sissy.
post #29915 of 33692
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Originally Posted by Aytac View Post

too late man lol, already did what you said, have 2 small scratch but its SUCCESS!! biggrin.gif

loading screens biggrin.gif

Those maximum heat temps were insane by the way. I'm really jelly.
post #29916 of 33692
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

With delid tools a plenty it bothers me what people are still using blades to delid when I've need far too many damaged chips when doing the razor method over any other method combined during my time looking at how to do it spanning several years. I can't be alone on this or am I just dumb for working smarter not harder?

It's all about preference. I've delid about 20 processors now, a few using the vice method and the majority with a razor.
With a razor it takes me about one minute to delid a cpu without leaving any scratches or damage.

In general I would advice the vice method as it's probably the safest method, I just prefer the razor method biggrin.gif
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post #29917 of 33692
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Originally Posted by NotATroll View Post

Those maximum heat temps were insane by the way. I'm really jelly.

yea great temps biggrin.gif overclocked 200mhz more, currently 4.8ghz. max core temps still under 70 on prime small fft. delid is big risk but great gain.
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Originally Posted by Aytac View Post

yea great temps biggrin.gif overclocked 200mhz more, currently 4.8ghz. max core temps still under 70 on prime small fft. delid is big risk but great gain.

I'm only seeing around 10 degree differences - but that's with my crummy thermal paste. Wish we could get CLU here in South Africa. Plus, Having a CM V8 aint really that great. What are you using to keep everything so cool?
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I'm only seeing around 10 degree differences - but that's with my crummy thermal paste. Wish we could get CLU here in South Africa. Plus, Having a CM V8 aint really that great. What are you using to keep everything so cool?

case: corsair 780t

front: 3x 120mm intake
bottom: 2x 120mm intake
back: 1x 140mm exhaust
top: 3x120mm rad, both side filled total 6x 120mm exhaust
cpu cooler: thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate

all fans controls on mainboard, asus z170 deluxe qfan control.

its realy silent and cool when idle. loud and cool when need smile.gif

i bought CLU from this link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0039RY3MM?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
i am sure they sending to s.aftica too.
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Originally Posted by Aytac View Post

case: corsair 780t

front: 3x 120mm intake
bottom: 2x 120mm intake
back: 1x 140mm exhaust
top: 3x120mm rad, both side filled total 6x 120mm exhaust
cpu cooler: thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate

all fans controls on mainboard, asus z170 deluxe qfan control.

its realy silent and cool when idle. loud and cool when need smile.gif

i bought CLU from this link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0039RY3MM?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
i am sure they sending to s.aftica too.

I'm definitely lacking in the fan department. Will give Amazon a shot nearing end of the month. Thanks so much for poking around for me! thumb.gif
Edited by NotATroll - 2/16/16 at 4:02am
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