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The "wiggle" part is important smile.gif

this guy is doing a great job taking the IHS off,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXs0I5kuoX4
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post #842 of 34173
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Originally Posted by Systemlord View Post

When you insert the blade do you just wiggle it strait in and is it a tight fit at the corners?

Mine was tight all the way around but the corners are easier to get through. Look at swags guide shows how far you can go in with the razor.
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Woohooo Finally got my chip stable after delidding the raskle.. Yes a nerve racking time of marking the pcb in several places due to too much flex in a shaving razor (old style square ones). rubbed some MX-4 in to make the showing copper non conductive.. and it works .. counting my stars at the mo..

The odd thing though was the temps droped but i had to up my voltage from 1.31 - to 1.33 v odd but i have it running stable now.

Here are my results, My previous results before de-lidding, raystorm water cooling, using XSPC K-2

once delidded i used MX-4 on the die and on the block applied very thinly via the razor blade.

73c,79c,73,70c.. Prime95 40 mins.. running at 4.7Mhz.. (before de-lidding) This is @1.31 V

After de-lidding with Auto temps 30 mins prime


After de- lidding with 1.33v


going to try and get the volts down even further..

Also awaiting Liquid Ultra to arrive .. will post temps once applied and tested.
Edited by Notion - 10/17/12 at 6:17am
post #844 of 34173
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Originally Posted by Systemlord View Post

Has anyone used this type of blade, skip forward to 3:30 in You Tube video. These are the blades I purchased that are far thinner than that single sided blade!

I used one and had no bloody fingers...nor duct tape on one end. They are hard to control cause they are flexible...
post #845 of 34173
Not to sound like a jerk but idle temps don't matter.
post #846 of 34173
@ ivanlabrie... the guy in the video seems to have that razor awfully far in...yikes.
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Originally Posted by Notion View Post

Woohooo Finally got my chip stable after delidding the raskle.. Yes a nerve racking time of marking the pcb in several places due to too much flex in a shaving razor (old style square ones). rubbed some MX-4 in to make the showing copper non conductive.. and it works .. counting my stars at the mo..
The odd thing though was the temps droped but i had to up my voltage from 1.31 - to 1.33 v odd but i have it running stable now.
Here are my results, My previous results before de-lidding, raystorm water cooling, using XSPC K-2
once delidded i used MX-4 on the die and on the block applied very thinly via the razor blade.
73c,79c,73,70c.. Prime95 40 mins.. running at 4.7Mhz.. (before de-lidding)
After de-lidding with Auto temps 30 mins prime Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
After de- lidding with 1.33v Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
going to try and get the volts down even further..
Also awaiting Liquid Ultra to arrive .. will post temps once applied and tested.

Your before and after temps are not good, your second picture of Core Temp is at idle. What is auto temps, never heard of that before? Confused!
post #848 of 34173
Sorry Auto Temps refers to voltage being set to Auto instead of specifying the vcore voltage..

I have just rerun @ 1.32 v and run prime for 30mins everything seems stable.. i.e no bsod


things starting to look better
post #849 of 34173
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

Not to sound like a jerk but idle temps don't matter.

not concerned with Idle temps to be honest.. trying to create some more head room to get the chip to 5ghz.. awaiting Liquid Ultimate.. will post updated results as and when wink.gif
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not concerned with Idle temps to be honest.. trying to create some more head room to get the chip to 5ghz.. awaiting Liquid Ultimate.. will post updated results as and when wink.gif

I get that but I'm not sure what the point of posting that screenshot of core temp with no load... that is the point I'm making. Could you do a run under load and take a screenshot and post that so we could see volts, clock and temps?
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