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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
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post #131 of 218
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yea Rbby258, i looked at the mobo in your sig...lol
did you find a solution yet ?

Nope.
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post #132 of 218
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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
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Well I just looked and the maximus v extreme don't have a q reset button
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Nope.

so it still doesnt boot etc?
man, this is a hard one i must say,
is there something about the code in the mobo manual?
maybe look over on the asus site for some info ?
http://rog.asus.com/forum/
could always ask there, maybe they know..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/28/13 at 11:22am
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so it still doesnt boot etc?
man, this is a hard one i must say,
is there something about the code in the mobo manual?
maybe look over on the asus site for some info ?
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could always ask there, maybe they know..

code 00 is not used but people say its also cpu problems
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post #134 of 218
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code 00 is not used but people say its also cpu problems

I had the same issues when I killed my chip from OC'ing him. do you have a red light coming on your mobo? right by the socket?
post #135 of 218
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I had the same issues when I killed my chip from OC'ing him. do you have a red light coming on your mobo? right by the socket?

I got a red light next to the one labeled CPU
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post #136 of 218
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I got a red light next to the one labeled CPU

chips dead. I hate to say it but it really is dead. I had that on mine and it's a paper weight right now. I tried it in different mobos as well. Nothing. Hate to say it but I'm sorry for your lose.
post #137 of 218
My delid was anything but easy. I got one of those thin single edged blades, but still would barely fit under the IHS.
I found one corner which was easier and tried working my way from there, but I couldn't push it deeper with the force of my fingers, so ended up using a small hammer.

My wife then goes on like this:
- why are you fixing the cpu with a hammer
- that's how you do it, honey ;-)

multiple light taps all around and I could control how deep the blade went much better than doing this with bare hands. Still, took quite a bit of time, and of course the sides were far more difficult than the corners. Needed probably 20+ minutes to finish the job. I can easily imagine how this could go all wrong if I were impatient.

Afterwards there was lapping and cleaning, all in all probably more then an hour of work.
post #138 of 218
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chips dead. I hate to say it but it really is dead. I had that on mine and it's a paper weight right now. I tried it in different mobos as well. Nothing. Hate to say it but I'm sorry for your lose.

frown.gif yeah I tried in 2 boards aswell, what happened to it? last time I froze it the pot wouldn't come apart from it and I had to really pull it, never tested it after that just went for the delid.
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frown.gif yeah I tried in 2 boards aswell, what happened to it? last time I froze it the pot wouldn't come apart from it and I had to really pull it, never tested it after that just went for the delid.

what kind of vcore did you throw at it? the delid might have done it but there's quiet a few ways that could have happened so it's hard to tell really.
post #140 of 218
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My delid was anything but easy. I got one of those thin single edged blades, but still would barely fit under the IHS.
I found one corner which was easier and tried working my way from there, but I couldn't push it deeper with the force of my fingers, so ended up using a small hammer.

My wife then goes on like this:
- why are you fixing the cpu with a hammer
- that's how you do it, honey ;-)

multiple light taps all around and I could control how deep the blade went much better than doing this with bare hands. Still, took quite a bit of time, and of course the sides were far more difficult than the corners. Needed probably 20+ minutes to finish the job. I can easily imagine how this could go all wrong if I were impatient.

Afterwards there was lapping and cleaning, all in all probably more then an hour of work.

love your story ..lol i practiced on some (2) pentiums, using the hammer method, worked well,
still think its a 2 man job tho, one holding the chip and blade, one using the hammer..
did you take pic's ?
yea, you have to be patient when you delid,
saw several go wrong because of impatience...
i mean, its a 1 time job, if you do it right, you can benefit from it for years, why hurry right smile.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 1/29/13 at 1:01pm
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