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practice on some old pentiums, they are very cheap, i bought 10 pentiums for 10 euro
we have a list somewhere ..wait....
IHS Not Soldered To Die
...
i think its not important if they are soldered or not,
its about getting the feel on how to delid,
and what happens if you start cutting the adhesive, force to use etc smile.gif

 

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Practice on a pentium 4 478 socket...then go with your IB cpu of choice.

 

Thank you both very much! You've saved my poor 3770k from my unpracticed hands :)

post #6922 of 33556
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Use a torch, and lightly feather the edges with heat. If you don't have a torch, you may might try a heat gun or hair dryer on high too. Test on scrap first, get your technique/ timing..

I was going to ask this question.. If i hit the chip with a heat gun for a few seconds, i should be able to get it off pretty easily right?
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I wouldn't do that...if the heat gun goes beyond 200w of heat you might kill it. 105c is the max temp before it shuts down, and the max tdp these can get is around 200-250w when overclocking, hence my reasoning.

Just use a very sharp and thin gillette blade and do the motion in a single cut. Practice makes perfect, so get some pentiums.
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I wouldn't do that...if the heat gun goes beyond 200w of heat you might kill it. 105c is the max temp before it shuts down, and the max tdp these can get is around 200-250w when overclocking, hence my reasoning.
Just use a very sharp and thin gillette blade and do the motion in a single cut. Practice makes perfect, so get some pentiums.

I didn't mean while it was on :-D.

I was just gonna blast it for 5-10 seconds to heat it up and make the glue soft... I'm not trying to cook it :-D
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put it 20 min in a oven, thats heated about 70-80C ?
think it could work better then holding a torch to it ..lol

another one could be,
heat up the blade a bit youre gonna use?

another one is,
send it to me, i will delid it for you ...LOL
Edited by VonDutch - 1/2/13 at 1:23pm
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I used a hair dryer, high setting, and heated mine up until it was almost too warm to touch. It seemed to help alot. Also I reheated it about half way through the process..
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I was going to ask this question.. If i hit the chip with a heat gun for a few seconds, i should be able to get it off pretty easily right?

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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

put it 20 min in a oven, thats heated about 70-80C ?
think it could work better then holding a torch to it ..lol
another one could be,
heat up the blade a bit youre gonna use?
another one is,
send it to me, i will delid it for you ...LOL
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I was going to ask this question.. If i hit the chip with a heat gun for a few seconds, i should be able to get it off pretty easily right?

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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

I didn't mean while it was on :-D.
I was just gonna blast it for 5-10 seconds to heat it up and make the glue soft... I'm not trying to cook it :-D
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Originally Posted by MunneY View Post

I was going to ask this question.. If i hit the chip with a heat gun for a few seconds, i should be able to get it off pretty easily right?

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I wouldn't do that...if the heat gun goes beyond 200w of heat you might kill it. 105c is the max temp before it shuts down, and the max tdp these can get is around 200-250w when overclocking, hence my reasoning.
Just use a very sharp and thin gillette blade and do the motion in a single cut. Practice makes perfect, so get some pentiums.
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I was going to ask this question.. If i hit the chip with a heat gun for a few seconds, i should be able to get it off pretty easily right?

I was talking about acrylic....
Hard as ever to keep up with this thread! biggrin.gif
I wouldn't take a torch to my processor....i'd rather give it away lol
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Got my chip to boot at 5Ghz with a 1.5 vcore in my friend's pc. He doesn't have the best cooling (H80) and temps were still very good. Boots at 4.5 with a 1.2 vcore. Excited to see what I can do with my new system once I'm up and running.
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Got my chip to boot at 5Ghz with a 1.5 vcore in my friend's pc. He doesn't have the best cooling (H80) and temps were still very good. Boots at 4.5 with a 1.2 vcore. Excited to see what I can do with my new system once I'm up and running.

That sounds like a good chip Bigm. Good job on the delid! thumb.gif
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VonDutch your CPU list is on the OP tell me what you think.
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