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Poll Results: Ivy Bridge Delid first time success

 
  • 76% (134)
    First time success
  • 5% (9)
    First time fail - Nicked Die
  • 9% (17)
    First time fail - Nicked PCB
  • 1% (2)
    First time fail - Nicked Die and PCB
  • 2% (5)
    Failed other
  • 5% (9)
    Multiple Fails
176 Total Votes  
post #121 of 218
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

ahve you done the aquamark or aquaman refit of aquamark 3 for better results? I can get 420K on 5.3 Ghz

With a GeForce 210?
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post #122 of 218
Delidding older cpu is good practise. Start with that. I had older celeron laying around and gave it a go
Edited by Fulvin - 1/21/13 at 2:07am
post #123 of 218
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Originally Posted by Rbby258 View Post

With a GeForce 210?

Ohh nevermind lol didn't see the GPU there my fault.
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Originally Posted by Fulvin View Post

Delidding older cpu is good practise. I did that to my old celeron and now i would know how to delid my ivy if it comes to that.

Actually this can change the delidding process from the die changes and the Architecture changes form different CPU's The Die in Ivy is actually like a rectangle while the older ones are square.
post #124 of 218
Yeah, but it still is good practise knowing how to work with the blade. I personally found it helpful
post #125 of 218
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Yeah, but it still is good practise knowing how to work with the blade. I personally found it helpful

Agreed feeling the blade with the chip is good practice indeed just wanted to state the difference is all thumb.gif
post #126 of 218
So I got around to testing my 3570k and it don't boot, the debug code is 00, there's nothing visibly wrong with the chip / pcb
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So I got around to testing my 3570k and it don't boot, the debug code is 00, there's nothing visibly wrong with the chip / pcb

i see you have arampage 4 extreme

aximus IV Extreme: Error debug code 00: non boot [possible solution]
Hi. This morning I went to start up my mive just to realize that it wouldn't boot up. Error code was 00. I started by clearing cmos, swapping memory's, trying different memory's, nothing. Disconnected all cables attached, removed cpu from socket, memory's out, while the cr2032 battery was out. Left it out for about 15 minutes. Reseated cpu on the socket with it's original fan, started up... nothing, debug still was showing 00 code. I started to search on google for that problem, and get to see some cases that they had to return the mobo for a replacement.
After almost trying everything, I watched all the mobo switches, and pressed the Q-Reset switch, and right after that I changed the LN2 mode to off, and voilá, started up showing debug normal numbers and letters, and booted up right away. I want to share this because I also saw a member at asus forums that had to RMA his max. iv ext. around february because a problem almost equal to mine. Thank you, and hope it help's somebody. Cheers.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?3593-Error-debug-code-00-non-boot-possible-solution

not saying its the solution, but you could try right
and this ..lol just in case wink.gif

Q. Sorry to ask like a complete noob but where is the Q-Reset switch? (I'm using the Rampage IV extreme btw...)

A. Next to the power button on the motherboard.
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post #128 of 218
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i see you have arampage 4 extreme

aximus IV Extreme: Error debug code 00: non boot [possible solution]
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After almost trying everything, I watched all the mobo switches, and pressed the Q-Reset switch, and right after that I changed the LN2 mode to off, and voilá, started up showing debug normal numbers and letters, and booted up right away. I want to share this because I also saw a member at asus forums that had to RMA his max. iv ext. around february because a problem almost equal to mine. Thank you, and hope it help's somebody. Cheers.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?3593-Error-debug-code-00-non-boot-possible-solution

not saying its the solution, but you could try right
and this ..lol just in case wink.gif

Q. Sorry to ask like a complete noob but where is the Q-Reset switch? (I'm using the Rampage IV extreme btw...)

A. Next to the power button on the motherboard.

Thanks I'll try that soon, rampage 4 extreme is x79 2011 for 3820 3930k 3960x 3970x CPUs smile.gif I'm using maximus 5 extreme for my 3570k

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post #129 of 218
Well I just looked and the maximus v extreme don't have a q reset button
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post #130 of 218
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Originally Posted by Rbby258 View Post

Well I just looked and the maximus v extreme don't have a q reset button

yea Rbby258, i looked at the mobo in your sig...lol
did you find a solution yet ?
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