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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

that razor blade was to thick for me i didnt like using it but here is what i used my motorcyle license got beat up a little thumb.gif

better your license then the pcb ...lol
yea, that blade works well too, i want to get me one of those, and try on a old pentium,
just to see how it works..
i hear many saying a razorblade like this works very well,

they are so thin see..but i think i would cut my fingers with it ..lol
you could tape one side ..
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Yeah only I can manage to scratch outside the area the IHS even sits. Don't even know how I nicked that area, talent I suppose.

Think I'll just dab on some sort of sealant that is non conductive. Not sure on what to use though, any suggestions from everyone here?

Test it first.
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idk, was it because you wanted to run it longer time?

Nope just a quick benchmark run
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Nope just a quick benchmark run

well, i for one dont see why not, for benching i did much higher vcores,
and alot around 1.6V vcore, because my chip likes vcore, bad ocer..
like i need 1.6450 at 5.2ghz

but i dont run those longer then 10-15 min tops

i looked for degradation when someone here said,
if it happens, youll notice it with every oc you did,
so i started again with the lowest 4.4ghz oc, worked my way up,
and used exactly the same vcores, ive written down , no problem anywhere smile.gif
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So I practiced this morning on a Celeron D 336 and sure enough, the sucker was soldered on the die. I'm pretty sure I didn't scratch the PCB or hit the die while delidding but the force I had to put on it to pry the IHS killed the cpu. The scratches you see in the pic came after I confirmed it dead, I was just scraping solder off of the die for fun.

Apparently the "-(S-775) Celeron" doesn't apply to all socket 775 Celerons.

Really? My Celerons that were "Soldered" worked after being de-lidded and forcefully opened, both of them that is..
 
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yea, the list is a bit old, took it from a thread somewhere here on ocn,
its not complete, maybe theres some wrongs in it too..

but like i said before, its about getting the feel of delidding, how the blade behaves, force you use etc,
practice on some old pentiums/celeron's is way cheaper if it goes wrong, then damaging a $300 ivy ..lol
theres a saying, "practice makes perfect" biggrin.gif
just now , in the other post, i used the word "revise", i didnt know it, "verbeteren" is our word for it,

google gives me the following options, but i thought revise was the best one to use (looking at context also)

improve -verbeteren, beter worden, vooruitgaan, beter maken, veredelen, bijwerken
better -verbeteren
ameliorate -verbeteren, beter maken, stijgen, beter worden
amend -amenderen, verbeteren, hervormen, zich beteren
correct -corrigeren, verbeteren, terechtwijzen, tuchtigen
rectify -herstellen, rectificeren, verbeteren, zuiveren, opnieuw overhalen, tot een rechte lijn herleiden
reform -hervormen, verbeteren, reformeren, bekeren, afschaffen, zijn leven beteren
reclaim -herwinnen, terugeisen, ontginnen, verbeteren, droogleggen, ontwoekeren
mend -herstellen, repareren, beteren, verbeteren, stoppen, lappen
perfect -perfectioneren, volmaken, voltooien, verbeteren, volvoeren
revise -herzien, corrigeren, verbeteren, nakijken, nazien, inspecteren
change for the better -verbeteren

its funny, revise looks alot like our word revisie,
when i google revisie in dutch, and translate to english,

revision -herziening, revisie, correctie, herziene uitgaaf
revise- herziening, revisie, controle, herziene uitgaaf, tweede correctie
overhaul -revisie, grondig onderzoek, inspectie, demontage, het nazien, het inhalen
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Originally Posted by Jayjr1105 View Post

So I practiced this morning on a Celeron D 336 and sure enough, the sucker was soldered on the die. I'm pretty sure I didn't scratch the PCB or hit the die while delidding but the force I had to put on it to pry the IHS killed the cpu. The scratches you see in the pic came after I confirmed it dead, I was just scraping solder off of the die for fun.

Apparently the "-(S-775) Celeron" doesn't apply to all socket 775 Celerons.

Really? My Celerons that were "Soldered" worked after being de-lidded and forcefully opened, both of them that is..

Sorry for the double post guys.. I just got up.
Wow, all of your words end in "Ize", "Zien" or "Ren". That is really cool but off at the same time! tongue.gif
 
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yea, the list is a bit old, took it from a thread somewhere here on ocn,
its not complete, maybe theres some wrongs in it too..

but like i said before, its about getting the feel of delidding, how the blade behaves, force you use etc,
practice on some old pentiums/celeron's is way cheaper if it goes wrong, then damaging a $300 ivy ..lol
theres a saying, "practice makes perfect" biggrin.gif
just now , in the other post, i used the word "revise", i didnt know it, "verbeteren" is our word for it,

google gives me the following options, but i thought revise was the best one to use (looking at context also)

improve -verbeteren, beter worden, vooruitgaan, beter maken, veredelen, bijwerken
better -verbeteren
ameliorate -verbeteren, beter maken, stijgen, beter worden
amend -amenderen, verbeteren, hervormen, zich beteren
correct -corrigeren, verbeteren, terechtwijzen, tuchtigen
rectify -herstellen, rectificeren, verbeteren, zuiveren, opnieuw overhalen, tot een rechte lijn herleiden
reform -hervormen, verbeteren, reformeren, bekeren, afschaffen, zijn leven beteren
reclaim -herwinnen, terugeisen, ontginnen, verbeteren, droogleggen, ontwoekeren
mend -herstellen, repareren, beteren, verbeteren, stoppen, lappen
perfect -perfectioneren, volmaken, voltooien, verbeteren, volvoeren
revise -herzien, corrigeren, verbeteren, nakijken, nazien, inspecteren
change for the better -verbeteren

its funny, revise looks alot like our word revisie,
when i google revisie in dutch, and translate to english,

revision -herziening, revisie, correctie, herziene uitgaaf
revise- herziening, revisie, controle, herziene uitgaaf, tweede correctie
overhaul -revisie, grondig onderzoek, inspectie, demontage, het nazien, het inhalen
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Originally Posted by Jayjr1105 View Post

So I practiced this morning on a Celeron D 336 and sure enough, the sucker was soldered on the die. I'm pretty sure I didn't scratch the PCB or hit the die while delidding but the force I had to put on it to pry the IHS killed the cpu. The scratches you see in the pic came after I confirmed it dead, I was just scraping solder off of the die for fun.

Apparently the "-(S-775) Celeron" doesn't apply to all socket 775 Celerons.

Really? My Celerons that were "Soldered" worked after being de-lidded and forcefully opened, both of them that is..

Sorry for the double post guys.. I just got up.
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Welp this is all i can do till more parts come in!




Lookin good Hokie. How old is your lil boy? I got three of them runnin around here myself.
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just notices this but hokies... you should turn your rads around. right the inlets and outlets at the bottom air gets trapped in the upper parts of the inner rad tubing to if you want that out just flip the rads then the air will go right out of the tubing and into the res where it belongs thumb.gif
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http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2297140

I've been trying to find a comparison of Liquid Ultra vs Pro for a while now, found this guy saying that they were both identical.

Pretty rare to find someone who blew $50 on thermal pastes

Where did you get $50 from? I already had some Ultra and the Pro was like $13 plus shipping. (see what I mean about misinformation wink.gif )
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