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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Guys, killed the chip...No nicks nor scratches in the pcb at first sight though. May have to do with an inapropriate Liquid Ultra application? I found a tiny shiny copper like nick under the black glue in one corner. Perhaps that's the death wound?
Anyways, gonna have to find some black epoxy now and as5 or something similar. Ceramique?
Next chip will stay as is :/ Eventually I'll get a pot and some dice and call it a day.
PS: Only thing worth noting is that Liquid Ultra is AWESOME! (I used it on my gpu and dropped 25c off my load temps, so I'll keep using it for the cpu and everything else that needs tim)

Big bummer. Any insights into what you did that you would do different (besides not doing it - LOL). What tool did you use, and where do you think the mistake was? Amy help would be good for those who are still going to try. Once again, we are all sad for the loss but admire your desire to try in the first place!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
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3770K Gaming Sys
(18 items)
 
   
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3770K 4.5GHz Asus Sabertooth Z77 EVGA Gtx560ti 448 FTW (2x SLI) 16GB Crucial Ballistic Tactical 1866 9-9-9-24 1T 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
120GB SanDisk Extreme SSD  1TB WD Black Caviar  2TB Seagate Barracuda TSSTcorp cd/dvd/bd 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Coursair H80 Win7 64 Acer 27" Wide LCD HD Logitech Black Illuminated 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Coursair AX850 Cooler Master HAF 922  Kensington Yep! w/wristpad! 
AudioAudio
Xonar DX 7.1 PCIe Logitech Z906 5.1 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
2500K 4.5GHZ 24/7 Ausu P8Z68-M Pro ATI 5770 Kingston Blue 1333 16GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Sandisk Extream 120GB SSD 750GB HDD CD/DVD Cooler Master 212 EVO 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win7 64bit 22" Flat Screen (non-wide) Yes! Corsair GS600 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Cooler Master 912 Of course! nope intergrated & inexpensive speakers... 
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post #702 of 33576
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Guys, killed the chip...No nicks nor scratches in the pcb at first sight though. May have to do with an inapropriate Liquid Ultra application? I found a tiny shiny copper like nick under the black glue in one corner. Perhaps that's the death wound?
Anyways, gonna have to find some black epoxy now and as5 or something similar. Ceramique?
Next chip will stay as is :/ Eventually I'll get a pot and some dice and call it a day.
PS: Only thing worth noting is that Liquid Ultra is AWESOME! (I used it on my gpu and dropped 25c off my load temps, so I'll keep using it for the cpu and everything else that needs tim)

Try remounting it a couple of times. Does your mobo give any codes?
My chip seemed dead at first too, but after a 2 remounts it suddenly came back to life because of who knows. I guess it has to do with either that one of the landing pats got dirty from touching it and makes no contact or the mounting pressure is not even because the IHS is placed back slightly off.
Edited by Conquistador SW - 10/15/12 at 2:36am
post #703 of 33576
To valguar a h100 push pull with Scythe Kaze fans and the stock fans on top. This was just a suicide run been running 5ghz at 1.43v 24/7 temps never above 82c.
Edited by beniroc - 10/15/12 at 4:14am
post #704 of 33576
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Guys, killed the chip...No nicks nor scratches in the pcb at first sight though. May have to do with an inapropriate Liquid Ultra application? I found a tiny shiny copper like nick under the black glue in one corner. Perhaps that's the death wound?
Anyways, gonna have to find some black epoxy now and as5 or something similar. Ceramique?
Next chip will stay as is :/ Eventually I'll get a pot and some dice and call it a day.
PS: Only thing worth noting is that Liquid Ultra is AWESOME! (I used it on my gpu and dropped 25c off my load temps, so I'll keep using it for the cpu and everything else that needs tim)

Oh no! Hope you can get it running.
post #705 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Don't call it dead just yet...I've seen someone have 3 full on streaks right through the pcb to the gold....and it still works. try gournding your case and yourse;f out and turning the psu on and off with the chip in no cooler attached. then power the mobo and use the mobo power button. also don't use the bracket to hold it down use your hand.....well maybe the bracket then. and see if it posts at first mine didn't...I thought I killed it try it again and see what happens and let us know also give us some picture to assess it. ohh try cleaning the gold connectors on the bottom with alcohol cleaning agent not much though might be some crap on them. and watch very closely on those capacitors on the bottom. try to get us pics we can help you through it better.
If you believe you can achieve!

Thanks man, I think it may be the gold pin part, I'll take it off, clean it and remount with no hsf to see if it posts a couple of times. It was late last night and I wanted to sleep.
I only nicked the pcb a little bit and I think it was after cutting, whilst trying to sratch the glue off...Doubt that killed it really, seems odd.
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

Oh no! Hope you can get it running.

Thanks, I won't give up!
post #706 of 33576
Hi out there,
if I use Liquid Pro do I have it to put it on the processor and on the IHS or do I put it only on the processor? How did you do this with success?
Kind Regards to the forum Tom
post #707 of 33576
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Originally Posted by soundrats View Post

Hi out there,
if I use Liquid Pro do I have it to put it on the processor and on the IHS or do I put it only on the processor? How did you do this with success?
Kind Regards to the forum Tom

Try to get a hold of those single edge razors someone posted above, those won't bend and are really thin.

You need to use Liquid pro on the die, and remove the black glue carefully, add a little bit to underside of the ihs if it doesn't make good contact. Then you put it over the ihs like a regular tim.
post #708 of 33576
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Try to get a hold of those single edge razors someone posted above, those won't bend and are really thin.
You need to use Liquid pro on the die, and remove the black glue carefully, add a little bit to underside of the ihs if it doesn't make good contact. Then you put it over the ihs like a regular tim.
exactly what he said and yeah those kaze fans are good for the h100 you should delid and get better results with that max of 83C already.

I know you can do it Ivan its tricky but you can get it.
post #709 of 33576
I'm remounting as we speak...Already cleaned the contacts with an isopropyl soaked wipe that came with the Liquid Ultra. I'll re utilize the ihs application for now, I'm out of Liquid Ultra, and a friend has my tube of IC Diamond. I asked him to give it back so I can remount properly, but if it posts with some help from above (wink.gif) I'll be happy.
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Goodluck
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