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So the goal is to basically to find the best chips of the group and sell them as high performing chips?

If you do it as a hobby what will you do with all of them if they are extremely good?


So here my concern with binning, there is a local microenter near me and they are selling their 3770K's for almost $100 bucks less than newegg right now... Could it be that Intel is binning their chips and selling the lessor performing chips cheaper to smaller retailers?

They go into government PCs and are forever nested beneath the crappy heat sinks that Intel provides them with - Only to yawn at the mundane work they are allowed to do under stock clocks and voltage - Yup, it is a sad thing, but at least I let them stretch their little legs before they enter that bleak future smile.gif

I can guarantee you that no matter where you buy a sealed chip, the odds are the same - Some places sell them cheaper than other ? It is called competition, and a cheaper chip does not diminish your chances for a golden chip smile.gif
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They go into government PCs and are forever nested beneath the crappy heat sinks that Intel provides them with - Only to yawn at the mundane work they are allowed to do under stock clocks and voltage - Yup, it is a sad thing, but at least I let them stretch their little legs before they enter that bleak future smile.gif

I can guarantee you that no matter where you buy a sealed chip, the odds are the same - Some places sell them cheaper than other ? It is called competition, and a cheaper chip does not diminish your chances for a golden chip smile.gif

Gotcha thumb.gif

So where do people sell these golden chips? ocbay.net is broken for me, any idea why?
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Delidding tonight wish me luck biggrin.gif I've read all the guides and have all the tools and a steady hand. Any tips before I dig in after work?
i would say keep the pressure of the tip of the razer towards the ihs if that makes sense so if u do accidently slip or something u dont slip and hit the pcb u scratch the ihs.
i really kept that in mind on my second delid since my first was not so succesfull. I DID NOT WANT TO HIT PCB.biggrin.gif
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Gotcha thumb.gif

So where do people sell these golden chips? ocbay.net is broken for me, any idea why?

Well, not here on OCN with the "new" trading rules, that is for sure.

My best advice would be over at http://kingpincooling.com/ where "l33t" overclockers and "Xtreme"-cooling like to gather like flies around .....

Kingpins binned 3770Ks ( http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2090 ) - is just an example, these went faster than freshly baked bread on a sunday morning.

1 x 6725mhz 950.00USD
2 x 6700mhz 875.00USD
3 x 6625mhz 550.00USD
2 x 6600mhz 525.00USD

Total: 5400 USD for 8 chips - Not a bad deal, lol.

Genious wanna-be: But what about the rest ? He must take a loss somewhere!

Answer-man-to-the-rescue: They are all returned in mint condition and swapped for new ones, if the shop rejects them they are simply sold for a MILD discount (50-100 USD)

*And the camera slowly turns towards the man laughing on his way to the bank, counting his money.*
Edited by Gomi - 1/24/13 at 10:25am
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Delidding tonight wish me luck biggrin.gif I've read all the guides and have all the tools and a steady hand. Any tips before I dig in after work?

Just take it slow. I didn't practice on anything, which was probably dumb. It took me an hour To delid mine because i Didn't want to apply any pressure. I also made sure to keep the blade flat or angled away from the chip. Turned out fine.
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Thanks everyone for the advice I'll make sure to keep the blade flat and watch my pressure. I'll post my results here later thumb.gif
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Well, not here on OCN with the "new" trading rules, that is for sure.

My best advice would be over at http://kingpincooling.com/ where "l33t" overclockers and "Xtreme"-cooling like to gather like flies around .....

Kingpins binned 3770Ks ( http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2090 ) - is just an example, these went faster than freshly baked bread on a sunday morning.

1 x 6725mhz 950.00USD
2 x 6700mhz 875.00USD
3 x 6625mhz 550.00USD
2 x 6600mhz 525.00USD

Total: 5400 USD for 8 chips - Not a bad deal, lol.

Genious wanna-be: But what about the rest ? He must take a loss somewhere!

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*And the camera slowly turns towards the man laughing on his way to the bank, counting his money.*

Man, kingpin's products are so awesome... I had just thought about a ram pot the other day and hes already done it lmao. I think you guys are going to make me get addicted to this stuff....
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where should we implement these?
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Finally got a response from Coollabs...
I knew the figures that people kept quoting were not correct and now we have confirmation (from the CEO no less)

Good! I'll switch the values right now.
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so judging by those values theres a distinct limitation on the actual silicon die. used a lot of different kinds of paste (TX-4,MX-4,..ect)
theres barely any temp drop. but i still like the liquid ultra.

you haven't had any temp drops yet?
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Following this close - When you are done cleaning the PRO off, mind describing how you did it ?

I dont see any problem with the IHS (Just use the pad included) - But the die is my big question. Your "Small blobs on the die" is just what I expected would happen, and have no clue on how to remove (Other than maybe get an syringe and suck them up?).

For this literally all you have to remember about this TIM is that it's liquid at room temperature so if your having issues just breath on it a few times and it will heat it up making it liquid yet again. then use a warm towel or something and it comes right off. the areas where it can't come off is from the microscopic pores being filled (already said just re informing is all) which makes next applications even better than before.
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Delidding tonight wish me luck biggrin.gif I've read all the guides and have all the tools and a steady hand. Any tips before I dig in after work?

Seriously.... take you time If your afraid to do it thats good. One must be afraid to respect the issue and take ones time, if the is over confident then the shall rush and fail.
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Dont rush it just let it go with time and you will be ok smile.gif that's my tip thumb.gif

^ yup.
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Thanks everyone for the advice I'll make sure to keep the blade flat and watch my pressure. I'll post my results here later thumb.gif

Good luck and let us know! thumb.gif
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...btw, re a new logo slogan for this group (I think I saw some posts on that), you might want to show a pic of the guillotine (French Revolution) with the slogan: "Off with their heads" biggrin.gif ...well, just a thought

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where should we implement these?

idk, i was only (fun) responding to Joa3d43's post ..lol, not sure if we should change page 1 for it ..lol
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idk, i was only (fun) responding to Joa3d43's post ..lol, not sure if we should change page 1 for it ..lol

What I would really like to do is make all of us personal gif. avatars. showing our OC and our temps and saying why aren't you delidding today?

but I'll have to look into that later lol. Or we could give the Captains and the Vice's special avatars and then the Crewmen special avatars as well.rolleyes.gif
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