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Originally Posted by Arm3nian View Post

Deliding it should take as much force as any other chip. And no you d not use rice ball method lol, spread it evenly and thinly. If you do a good job on both you should get 20-35c drops.

Thanks mate, had to be 100 % sure before I ventured into the de-lidding area smile.gif

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So just delidded my 3570k (pics later), what would you say is the best way to remove the glue from the die? I'm really afraid to go at it with my fingernails, as previous fingernail attempts really don't move anything. Suggestions? I've actually read quite a bit of this thread and can't remember any info on removing glue from the die.

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I will be using Coollaboratory Liquid Pro on the die - Is the procedure to put a proper "Half a rice" ball on it and let the pressure sort it out ?



Don't over do it. Just a very small drop on the die about 1/4 the size of a bb ball is enough. Also after you cover the die I think it is a good idea to put a little on the bottom of the IHS where it makes contact with the die with the same small amount of TIM that was placed on the die.

If you have good contact between the top of the IHS and the block, CL Liquid Pro will work great there as well. Key is you need to have flat even contact area between all surfaces.

If you put it on your IHS or block it is tough to clean but possible. Your Intel markings will probably come off of top of IHS after cleaning if you use CL Liquid Pro on it.


Doesn't take very much pressure to mount using CL Liquid Pro which makes it great for bare die to block mounts. Low mount pressure works best with bare die mount to protect die. I use .5mm Fujipoly thermalpad around die to give some support to die and to increast thermal transfer contact area for my bare die mount.


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So just delidded my 3570k (pics later), what would you say is the best way to remove the glue from the die? I'm really afraid to go at it with my fingernails, as previous fingernail attempts really don't move anything. Suggestions? I've actually read quite a bit of this thread and can't remember any info on removing glue from the die.
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we really need to hit this glue issue again don't we. we don't have the materials and such that we have been needing to try and get rid of the glue but havent had the chance. I haven't gotten rid of all of mine. but if you lightly scratch it over time it comes off.
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we really need to hit this glue issue again don't we. we don't have the materials and such that we have been needing to try and get rid of the glue but havent had the chance. I haven't gotten rid of all of mine. but if you lightly scratch it over time it comes off.

Dabbing the glue lightly with rubbing alcohol or Goo Off helps. Just takes time. I used microfiber cloth as well.
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I honestly feel like I'm getting nowhere. All the rubbing and scraping with a cloth+alcohol and fingernails has gotten me nowhere. Can anyone link me to a guide perhaps? I don't really know how to go through with this.
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Add me to the club, folks!

OCN name: LoneWolf121188
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 300MHz
OC after delid: 50x100Mhz
Temp drops: 20C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2602174

    
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I honestly feel like I'm getting nowhere. All the rubbing and scraping with a cloth+alcohol and fingernails has gotten me nowhere. Can anyone link me to a guide perhaps? I don't really know how to go through with this.

I couldn't get all of the glue off either. no worries. just get the majority off.
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Add me to the club, folks!
OCN name: LoneWolf121188
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: Liquid Ultra
Mhz gained: 300MHz
OC after delid: 50x100Mhz
Temp drops: 20C
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2602174


Congrats!
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Dropped 20c..

Did an IBT 14000MB load to warm the cpu for deliding and for comparisons , take cpu out after that and it took me 2 minutes with that razor...
Most difficult part is to get that razor in one of the corners first without scratching the pcb after that everything went easy...

IBT 14000 load / Antec 620 / Prolimatech PK1 on both sides / VCore 1.27v

Before
97c

After
77c

Me gusta XD
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 12/2/12 at 3:49pm
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