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Nope, the IHS will stay on because we have the mounting bracket. tongue.gif

So the mounting bracket holds the IHS in place, and it's said to move the IHS a very small amount back because the mounting brackets will move it slightly forward?

Also, is removing the nickel with sandpaper really worth it? I hear people have no change at all, some say -3c. My chips runs 4.5Ghz at 1.33v, should I attempt?

Sorry for all the questions, i've been reading. Thinking of doing a live CPU IHS removal on G+, anyone interested? haahahhahaa.

Tell me when you are casting it, I might be able to help you and give you some pointers while you are doing it. Preferably text because my voice is known to be a little childish. tongue.gif I don't see the point in lapping anymore, I used to do it all the time to all my CPUs especially the ones that were out of warranty! They don't give too much of a temp loss boost, maybe 1C, not even 1 normally. Lapping the underbelly of the IHS would be fine as long as those prints on the IHS itself is intact. Intel will accept my non-delidded CPU (wink wink) tomorrow. tongue.gif
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well the main thing here is the black glue cleaned up and some CLP on die for the -20/-25ºc difference so its up to you if less 1 or 2c from 2 hours lapping are worth it rolleyes.gif

I'm going to use AS5, I see that the temp drops on the list are around 10-14c, and I'm not asking for 30c difference, just something to keep my temps a little low. I can always put CLP on later, right?
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Tell me when you are casting it, I might be able to help you and give you some pointers while you are doing it. Preferably text because my voice is known to be a little childish. tongue.gif I don't see the point in lapping anymore, I used to do it all the time to all my CPUs especially the ones that were out of warranty! They don't give too much of a temp loss boost, maybe 1C, not even 1 normally. Lapping the underbelly of the IHS would be fine as long as those prints on the IHS itself is intact. Intel will accept my non-delidded CPU (wink wink) tomorrow. tongue.gif

I'll need to set up my camera, which could be done. I want to do it tonight. IDK, we'll find out. I think I'm just going to go ahead and de-lid. God I hope this 3570K is just as easy to delid as the P4s I just did.
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I don't practice delidding, I just use razor blades and sledgehammers. First I hit the chip a few times to let it know who's boss.

Next time I'm going to put the chisel bit on my jack hammer and go to work on that thing.
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I don't practice delidding, I just use razor blades and sledgehammers. First I hit the chip a few times to let it know who's boss.

Next time I'm going to put the chisel bit on my jack hammer and go to work on that thing.

hahahahaha

Chip -> RVP in your pic
post #8686 of 33547
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ivanlabrie wrote... Water cooling is your best bet albeit expensive...Do you have a portable ac unit or a window ac you can mod? You can duct cold ac air into your intake fans and keep your whole case cooler, but you gotta watch for condensation. If you have a disposable AC unit once you got your wc loop going you could do a water chiller. It involves distilled water with antifreeze to achieve a liquid coolant at -10c or something like that under load.
Works really good but you will need to isolate your components cause of possible condensation near water blocks. Vaseline and artist's eraser works wonders for this. (eraser is better, vaseline more messy...both work).

Thanks much !! The first step is more extensive water-cooling / de-lidding, then sub-ambient cooling (must also be long-term reliable)
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But for real, I did practice on a pentium first. But I did it so fast because in my mind I knew I only paid $2 for the thing so I just sliced it up. You're first 3570/3770 can be a little nerve-racking. Especially getting the first incisions on each corner and getting the sides with the lip on them. I only have used utility knife blades because I'm a construction worker and I have 100 in my truck's lock box and 50 of them in my garage. I didn't feel the need to go buy special blades for the job when I have tons of blades available. If you have to go out and buy blades anyway, I recommend you get one of those gillette blades people have been posting pics of, they look significantly thinner than the blades I use. The blades I use requires force because they have to wedge the IHS from the PCB to start cutting. My most recent delid I chipped the die because of my uncontrollable man-strength (smile.gif). The only problem I have noticed on my chip is that core #0 the temp will rapidly go up and down 10C while I'm loading. I think its just an error in the sensor or something. Other than that I'm fully functional.
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Gillette razors 0.0?

http://maisonbisson.com/files/2011/01/B000BUUVTE.01.PT01._SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg

Surely not...those blades?! biggrin.gif
post #8689 of 33547
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post

well the main thing here is the black glue cleaned up and some CLP on die for the -20/-25ºc difference so its up to you if less 1 or 2c from 2 hours lapping are worth it rolleyes.gif

I'm going to use AS5, I see that the temp drops on the list are around 10-14c, and I'm not asking for 30c difference, just something to keep my temps a little low. I can always put CLP on later, right?
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Originally Posted by Swag View Post

Tell me when you are casting it, I might be able to help you and give you some pointers while you are doing it. Preferably text because my voice is known to be a little childish. tongue.gif I don't see the point in lapping anymore, I used to do it all the time to all my CPUs especially the ones that were out of warranty! They don't give too much of a temp loss boost, maybe 1C, not even 1 normally. Lapping the underbelly of the IHS would be fine as long as those prints on the IHS itself is intact. Intel will accept my non-delidded CPU (wink wink) tomorrow. tongue.gif

I'll need to set up my camera, which could be done. I want to do it tonight. IDK, we'll find out. I think I'm just going to go ahead and de-lid. God I hope this 3570K is just as easy to delid as the P4s I just did.

The die is larger in the 3570k so watch out for that. Keep my guide open and see where you stop so you don't go by memory!
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Hokies83 its looking good keep them coming we are ninja.gif
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