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post #711 of 33985
Meh, no post yet...first remount. Debug code shows a dim 0 for a sec, then nothing, and it keeps rebooting.

I can see what looks like some bent pins in the socket! It may not be the cpu...I'll have to see if I can straighten them carefully. DANG! frown.gif

Gigabyte has me covered though, I hope I can fix it though.
Edited by ivanlabrie - 10/15/12 at 7:31am
post #712 of 33985
I'll be joining when my Liquid Ultra comes and I can get a picture... Unfortunately I don't really feel like pulling my computer apart at the moment.
post #713 of 33985
Hey guys,

Sorry if this has been answered already.
What is the best way to remove the glue without damaging the PCB? I've heard of solvents but are they safe?
post #714 of 33985
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Meh, no post yet...first remount. Debug code shows a dim 0 for a sec, then nothing, and it keeps rebooting.
I can see what looks like some bent pins in the socket! It may not be the cpu...I'll have to see if I can straighten them carefully. DANG! frown.gif
Gigabyte has me covered though, I hope I can fix it though.

Check your mobo codes for the 0 dim and try without ram check everything you can. Heck even try taking your mobo mounting screws out and try to see if its ground itself out. My mobo did that and it'd turn on..then off..then on etc etc.
post #715 of 33985
I used a q-tip with 91% alcohol to and my fingernails and a thin card for the harder sections.
post #716 of 33985
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Originally Posted by Powermonkey500 View Post

Hey guys,
Sorry if this has been answered already.
What is the best way to remove the glue without damaging the PCB? I've heard of solvents but are they safe?

Use a box cutter no exacto knifes they aren't ment to be thin I used a standard box cutter and that nice thin blade made it super easy to do
post #717 of 33985
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Use a box cutter no exacto knifes they aren't ment to be thin I used a standard box cutter and that nice thin blade made it super easy to do

I used the regular box cutter as well and cleaned the PCB with finger nail with 91% Iso.
post #718 of 33985
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

I used the regular box cutter as well and cleaned the PCB with finger nail with 91% Iso.

I need to get that glue off soon.
post #719 of 33985
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Check your mobo codes for the 0 dim and try without ram check everything you can. Heck even try taking your mobo mounting screws out and try to see if its ground itself out. My mobo did that and it'd turn on..then off..then on etc etc.

No debug code matches, I'll try removing the ram altogether. I tried single channel ram and got the same result.
I really think it's those bent pins man, they look pretty bad. Every time I remount the cpu they make this chirping noise. Not good...
I'll rma the board, I didn't really like it's ram overclocking capabilities. I'll see if I can get an up5 instead if I pay a little difference, or if not the same ud5h-wb.

EDIT: Hey! wait a sec, a coworker has a z68 board, it used to be mine till I sold it to him. I'll ask him to see if he can lend that to me to test the cpu out.
post #720 of 33985
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

No debug code matches, I'll try removing the ram altogether. I tried single channel ram and got the same result.
I really think it's those bent pins man, they look pretty bad. Every time I remount the cpu they make this chirping tnoise. Not good...
I'll rma the board, I didn't really like it's ram overclocking capabilities. I'll see if I can get an up5 instead if I pay a little difference, or if not the same ud5h-wb.
EDIT: Hey! wait a sec, a coworker has a z68 board, it used to be mine till I sold it to him. I'll ask him to see if he can lend that to me to test the cpu out.

Yes do that lol.
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