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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 #141 of 218
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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

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

I was not patient enough to take pictures of the process. Just patient enough not to kill the CPU biggrin.gif.

I didn't have to hold the blade as it was held by the IHS. CPU on the floor and bam bam bam ;-)
post #142 of 218
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Originally Posted by glina View Post

I was not patient enough to take pictures of the process. Just patient enough not to kill the CPU biggrin.gif.

I didn't have to hold the blade as it was held by the IHS. CPU on the floor and bam bam bam ;-)

LOL thumb.gif

bambam ..me likes ..hehe
so, how is it running now? lower temps etc
what tim did you use on the die ..

o, heres one me and my kiddo did with the hammer method ..lol
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Edited by VonDutch - 1/29/13 at 1:18pm
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post #143 of 218
Runs really really great.
Was getting 86C at 4.33GHz @ 1.18v

currently running prime 4.5GHz @ 1.18v , 65C hottest core.
Liquid Pro + MX4 + Coolermaster 412S @ 1000rpm

Max OC i could get is 4.84GHz but I think my motherboard is too weak to push it any further.
post #144 of 218
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Runs really really great.
Was getting 86C at 4.33GHz @ 1.18v

currently running prime 4.5GHz @ 1.18v , 65C hottest core.
Liquid Pro + MX4 + Coolermaster 412S @ 1000rpm

Max OC i could get is 4.84GHz but I think my motherboard is too weak to push it any further.

hmm ocn did some tuning, are they ocing it too..lol

yea, sounds about right, liquid pro is the way to go ..on the die that is thumb.gif
enjoy your new oc possibilities with low temps wink.gif
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post #145 of 218
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

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.

It had only been powered up for 2 hours so it's still new, 1.7v
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post #146 of 218
The OP forgot an option:

"First time success, crushed the die from installing the heatsink"
post #147 of 218
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Originally Posted by Rbby258 View Post

It had only been powered up for 2 hours so it's still new, 1.7v

1.7vcore is still quite a bit.. very rare they die at that though. every chip is different however.. so that might be an issues and maybe a short through the mobo or a static shock from yourself. It's really hard to say.
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Originally Posted by A Bad Day View Post

The OP forgot an option:

"First time success, crushed the die from installing the heatsink"

Do you know of someone that did this?
post #148 of 218
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Do you know of someone that did this?

Someone said that they cracked the silicon when they mounted the heatsink earlier in this thread. Don't remember which page it was.

EDIT: And there's also been cases where some people crushed the die back in early 2000s when IHS was unheard of.
post #149 of 218
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Originally Posted by A Bad Day View Post

Someone said that they cracked the silicon when they mounted the heatsink earlier in this thread. Don't remember which page it was.

EDIT: And there's also been cases where some people crushed the die back in early 2000s when IHS was unheard of.

That's just horrifying.
post #150 of 218
Oh that was a daily occurence in the days of Socket A (AMD Athlon). Everybody knew someone who had chipped a cpu.
Exposed dies, and poor spring loaded heatsing mounts which would catch on the socket. This is when shims were invented biggrin.gif.
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