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sighs... I wasn't being mindful of the amount of pressure i put on the die and forgot that on intel cpus the motherboard pins bend. I just lost 1 ram slot... D= At least it boots, however, there isn't a chance i can recover this at any point though frown.gif
100% of my motherboard pins are bent, and 2% of them are bent weird and I think that's what's causing the second slot to be messed up.
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sighs... I wasn't being mindful of the amount of pressure i put on the die and forgot that on intel cpus the motherboard pins bend. I just lost 1 ram slot... D= At least it boots, however, there isn't a chance i can recover this at any point though frown.gif
100% of my motherboard pins are bent, and 2% of them are bent weird and I think that's what's causing the second slot to be messed up.

omg, thats bad ..it that the UD5 in your 2012 build?
to much pressure on the die?, what where you doing
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Cheers matey

Heres a picture of my Chip, its not great, but the DSLR needed charging.



Looks like its not on the GPU end of things, but whatever goes on in that other corner, whatever happens there.

Yup you missed everything basically but just barely... your very luck you hit that null void upper corner where it has the Transistors farther down into the Silicon.... way to lucky man way to lucky.
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I have just ordered my 3770K and some coolaboratory liquid pro.

I have a fear of delidding with a razer as it took me a bit to scrounge up the cash for this project.

I do however have a heat-gun and a soldering gun.

I notice that the IHS is glued on with that black adhesive, do you think heating the IHS enough to loosen the adhesive will have an impact on the underlying cpu die if its not powered until cooled back down?

If this is deemed dangerous ill stick to the razer method after i save up enough to replace my 3770K.

Don't use Heat guns. They can cause permanent damge as if you went to TJmax of 105C when it's running. so any type of heat over that will do damage so a nono to that sir! mad.gif
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winning. thumb.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dYV86lnC10&feature=youtu.be

Is that you? if so nice mentioning the delidded chip biggrin.gif mention us next time eh hem....
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sighs... I wasn't being mindful of the amount of pressure i put on the die and forgot that on intel cpus the motherboard pins bend. I just lost 1 ram slot... D= At least it boots, however, there isn't a chance i can recover this at any point though frown.gif
100% of my motherboard pins are bent, and 2% of them are bent weird and I think that's what's causing the second slot to be messed up.

have an pictures of this? and are you running bare die or with IHS if with IHS then I want to see the pins and if possible how you think it happened.
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omg, thats bad ..it that the UD5 in your 2012 build?
to much pressure on the die?, what where you doing

lol no it's the testing v2 one but, actually I just double checked. The pins are normally bent from wiki. So, I was just thinking it was bad lol, but it's not. I have a few weird pins though might be the cause of the second slot being dead.

Anyways, I don't know what to do at the moment so I just took the ram out for now.

It was working fine until just a few moments ago until I opened the window frown.gif


No pictures for now, but bleh...

okay so the ram slot isn't necessarily dead but something is wrong since as soon as i stick a stick of ram in it the computer won't boot and a DRAM light turns on (ASUS board), I tried using MemOK but doesnt' work. Right now I'm on stock settings so it's not a setting issue either. Also, when it stopped working it was very sudden and the machine just frankly stopped abruptly, so something broke or burnt out.
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lol no it's the testing v2 one but, actually I just double checked. The pins are normally bent from wiki. So, I was just thinking it was bad lol, but it's not. I have a few weird pins though might be the cause of the second slot being dead.

Anyways, I don't know what to do at the moment so I just took the ram out for now.

It was working fine until just a few moments ago until I opened the window frown.gif


No pictures for now, but bleh...

Okay... was kinda having a heart attack here. Yeah the bins are self bent for some movement when latching the CPU down. but if you can you should try to use the delidding blade and straighten the others but thats a chance that you could try or you could RMA it. or whatever really lol.
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lol no it's the testing v2 one but, actually I just double checked. The pins are normally bent Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
from wiki. So, I was just thinking it was bad lol, but it's not. I have a few weird pins though might be the cause of the second slot being dead.

Anyways, I don't know what to do at the moment so I just took the ram out for now.

It was working fine until just a few moments ago until I opened the window frown.gif


No pictures for now, but bleh...

okay so the ram slot isn't necessarily dead but something is wrong since as soon as i stick a stick of ram in it the computer won't boot and a DRAM light turns on (ASUS board), I tried using MemOK but doesnt' work. Right now I'm on stock settings so it's not a setting issue either.

it took me about 3hours to "repair" the bent pins on my 1100T, everything left from the red line was bent

i used a little tweezers to bent them all back 1 by 1 ..lol maybe i idea for you? not sure if its easy to do on the mobo tho..
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it took me about 3hours to "repair" the bent pins on my 1100T, everything left from the red line was bent

i used a little tweezers to bent them all back 1 by 1 ..lol maybe i idea for you? not sure if its easy to do on the mobo tho..

I'd say puttign the pins back straight on an AMD cpu is almost 100x easier lol, unless i'm just fixing one pin. The problem is i think some of the pins are bent really oddly or burnt out, as there was a smear line across two pads on the bottom of the cpu which wasn't there before putting it on. I'll probably take a look later on, and I don't think ASUS will take it as an RMA frown.gif or I could just stick the single stick of ram and hope this is the only issue and get a 8gb stick.
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yea that was me. forgot to mention this section. had so much going through my head. im still sitting here thinking about the 19k score if i can get it or not. lol
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Yea, some of the 1155 boards were coming with bent pins and causing blue screens. I fixed this for my friend by taking a small flat head and adjusting the pins that were slighty out of place than the others. Its hard to explain but the pins are actually contacts pulled up at a 45 degree angle and once you place the chip in the socket it compresses all of the pins so if they are slightly out of place you will BSOD.

heres a picture of what an actual ruined board will look:
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yea that was me. forgot to mention this section. had so much going through my head. im still sitting here thinking about the 19k score if i can get it or not. lol

Dual 680's right? man I'm still tired lol. Good score though goign to records or just messing around?
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