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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

So I just grew a pair and decided to finally delid and I did it and now my computer turns on for a 5 seconds, shuts off, turns on again for 5 seconds, then shuts off again, and it just repeats forever. No video goes to my display from my 7950. I press delete a bunch of times to try to get into the bios to see if that would prevent it being shut off, but it still does. I clear the CMOS and it still does the same thing.

Is it hopeless? Is there anything else I can try?

well looks i checked the forums at the right time. Okay first step is this. Turn your PSU off and wait about 3 minutes then take out you RAM and then take your CPU out and put it on some white paper, then take a picture of the die for me to diagnose any types of scratches or damages to the traces ont he PCB or any harm to the die at all. The more pics and the closer they are the better please. I'm here for you, so more info for me equals better chances for you.

Second step.

Put the CPU back in and try dual channel and then let it sit there for 20 secs or so WHILE touching the PSU and don't have socks on and be barefoot to fully ground yourself, then after holding that PSU to ground the mobo etc etc, then turn the rocker switch back on and wait 1 minute or more, then try to boot.

Let me know! thumb.gif
post #12 of 247
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Originally Posted by Frank33 View Post

Post a pick of the cpu o we can ac tually see what the damage look like.

Alright. There are a couple nicks on the edges, but nothing towards the middle at all. I didn't even stick the blade in far at all.

I just re-applied the thermal paste to the die and re-did the cooler and I'm still getting the same codes on my MOBO. DAMN Let me just take everything apart again and I'll post a pic. Be back in ten.
post #13 of 247
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Alright. There are a couple nicks on the edges, but nothing towards the middle at all. I didn't even stick the blade in far at all.

I just re-applied the thermal paste to the die and re-did the cooler and I'm still getting the same codes on my MOBO. DAMN Let me just take everything apart again and I'll post a pic. Be back in ten.

if their are scratches or nicks I have to see them and where they are. Those marks could have easily killed quad channel memory for you. I've saved someones before though so lets stay positive! thumb.gif

I'll be waiting.
post #14 of 247
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Alright. There are a couple nicks on the edges, but nothing towards the middle at all. I didn't even stick the blade in far at all.

I just re-applied the thermal paste to the die and re-did the cooler and I'm still getting the same codes on my MOBO. DAMN Let me just take everything apart again and I'll post a pic. Be back in ten.
Nicks on the die? I'd be surprised if it worked after one of those.

Nicks on the PCB tend to kill chips as well.
post #15 of 247
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Nicks on the die? I'd be surprised if it worked after one of those.

Nicks on the PCB tend to kill chips as well.

crap
post #16 of 247
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Nicks on the die? I'd be surprised if it worked after one of those.

Nicks on the PCB tend to kill chips as well.

Holy
post #17 of 247
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Holy
I had some processors that has nicks on the pcb but it still working fine. I think the real concern is when the chip missing capacitor in the bottom
post #18 of 247
Thread Starter 
The die itself is pretty spotless. There are only like two scratches the one at the top goes through so a tad bit of shiny stuff is showing and the scond one isnt bad at all.

post #19 of 247
Did you try with just one stick of RAM?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
i7 2500k @ 4.9Ghz Asus p8z68-v/gen3 EVGA 780TI Classified @ 1400Mhz EVGA 780TI Classified @ 1400Mhz 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
8GB Gskill RipjawsX DDR3 @ 1866 4x 500GB WD + 128GB Crucial M4 1x DVD-RW Swiftech H320 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 8.1 64bit Crossover 27Q-P+ +(2)Dell P2211H + (2) 24" 1200... Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Corsair AX1200 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Black NZXT Switch 810 SteelSeries Sensei  Ripper XXL FIIO E5 + Vmoda M100's with BLU Yeti on ISO Mount 
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post #20 of 247
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

Put the CPU back in and try dual channel and then let it sit there for 20 secs or so WHILE touching the PSU and don't have socks on and be barefoot to fully ground yourself, then after holding that PSU to ground the mobo etc etc, then turn the rocker switch back on and wait 1 minute or more, then try to boot.

Let me know! thumb.gif

Could you explain this part a TAD bit clearer please? Like in EXTREME detail. I can be slow sometimes. Thank you!
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