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I actually noticed that there were pins at the bottom that were bent and that didnt happen when I I put the socket protector in so i'm actually hoping that I bent the pins when taking the CPU out and that the CPU still works. PRAY FOR ME! I put 2 day shipping with the MOBO I just ordered so we will see what happens.
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I actually noticed that there were pins at the bottom that were bent and that didnt happen when I I put the socket protector in so i'm actually hoping that I bent the pins when taking the CPU out and that the CPU still works. PRAY FOR ME! I put 2 day shipping with the MOBO I just ordered so we will see what happens.

hoping for you man! thumb.gif
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hoping for you man! thumb.gif

Thanks cookie monster! wink.gif
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may the force be with you... perhaps knowing you're not alone will also help, so i will share this : my delidding experience 2 nights ago:

i work for the judicial system and use my pc for work quite a lot...but for some reason, at around 11pm 2 nights ago..i decide imgoing to jump into delidding my processor. i get itnice and heated up take out my razor blade and go to work...the past few tries i've had...i couldnt get the razor in comfortably without feeling like i was going to seriously scratch the pcb so, this time, i finally managed to get somewhere...i get 1 corner done nice...head to the second..its done...head to the third...my razor is in too far i think..and i hit something ...sounds like what u would hear if u scraped a piece of glass with really coarse sandpaper. i freaked out and stopped, reinstalled my cpu..got a 00 debug code and my pc wouldnt stay on for more than 5 seconds. guessing i completely f'd up the die...but it doesnt end there. apparently, in my freak out/haste to try and get my cpu working, i too managed to bend pins on my mobo and did not have the money for another mobo until next months paycheck. i find my receipt from micro center...notice its been only 3 weeks ssince the purchase...and although of course they would not take it back if they saw the bent pins..i decided to chance it. took it back to microcenter, left the black cap off the socket, and the guy didnt look at it close enough and i exchanged my extreme4 for a z77x-ud3h and paid 15 bucks extra for the new board...and also exchanged my cpu. total cost: $15. so...needless to say, i feel for you and i'll be prayin for ya . offtopic.gif

also - not hijacking the topic but..if anyone has an yspecific recommendations on type / brand of razor blade to use...ive tried 3 different kinds with and without handles and they dont seem sharp enough..and the guides ive seen dont go into where you should do it IE: what surface to do it on or u just hold it in yhour hand...because holding it in your hand is extremely difficult but...so is trusting it on a surface while applying that pressure. :/
 
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I actually noticed that there were pins at the bottom that were bent and that didnt happen when I I put the socket protector in so i'm actually hoping that I bent the pins when taking the CPU out and that the CPU still works. PRAY FOR ME! I put 2 day shipping with the MOBO I just ordered so we will see what happens.

good luck man fingers crossed !!
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Thanks cookie monster! wink.gif

How the heck... darn you TotallyDubbed......
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may the force be with you... perhaps knowing you're not alone will also help, so i will share this : my delidding experience 2 nights ago:

i work for the judicial system and use my pc for work quite a lot...but for some reason, at around 11pm 2 nights ago..i decide imgoing to jump into delidding my processor. i get itnice and heated up take out my razor blade and go to work...the past few tries i've had...i couldnt get the razor in comfortably without feeling like i was going to seriously scratch the pcb so, this time, i finally managed to get somewhere...i get 1 corner done nice...head to the second..its done...head to the third...my razor is in too far i think..and i hit something ...sounds like what u would hear if u scraped a piece of glass with really coarse sandpaper. i freaked out and stopped, reinstalled my cpu..got a 00 debug code and my pc wouldnt stay on for more than 5 seconds. guessing i completely f'd up the die...but it doesnt end there. apparently, in my freak out/haste to try and get my cpu working, i too managed to bend pins on my mobo and did not have the money for another mobo until next months paycheck. i find my receipt from micro center...notice its been only 3 weeks ssince the purchase...and although of course they would not take it back if they saw the bent pins..i decided to chance it. took it back to microcenter, left the black cap off the socket, and the guy didnt look at it close enough and i exchanged my extreme4 for a z77x-ud3h and paid 15 bucks extra for the new board...and also exchanged my cpu. total cost: $15. so...needless to say, i feel for you and i'll be prayin for ya . offtopic.gif

also - not hijacking the topic but..if anyone has an yspecific recommendations on type / brand of razor blade to use...ive tried 3 different kinds with and without handles and they dont seem sharp enough..and the guides ive seen dont go into where you should do it IE: what surface to do it on or u just hold it in yhour hand...because holding it in your hand is extremely difficult but...so is trusting it on a surface while applying that pressure. :/

head to the delidded front page, I have the best choices on there. I prefer the small rectangular box cutter though.

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I actually noticed that there were pins at the bottom that were bent and that didnt happen when I I put the socket protector in so i'm actually hoping that I bent the pins when taking the CPU out and that the CPU still works. PRAY FOR ME! I put 2 day shipping with the MOBO I just ordered so we will see what happens.

Good Luck! Keep us updated!
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You guys are crazy! tongue.gif
I'd never try to delid a cpu if I didn't have money saved for another one.

Best of luck man!
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It seems a lot of people mess up delidding.. What would you say the risk is for somebody who has never done anything like it before?

Lots of people mess delidding because it actually takes a lot of patience and skill.

It may seem easy, but remember that you are slicing through a microns thick layer of rubber with a metal blade that does not care if you're slicing rubber, epoxy, the PCB, or the silicon die. It takes a slight blade angle misalignment and you've ruined the processor.

@ the OP: Sorry for your loss man, but trust me delidding is no small deal.

If I were to delid one of these (perhaps someday I will), I'd angle my blade towards the IHS, so there is never a risk of it digging inside the PCB. On the other hand, it doesn't matter at all if you scratch the IHS.

Edit: The last time I delidded something was a Pentium 4 3GHz for socket 478... I cut the rubber shoe under the IHS, and put it under the blowtorch until the IHS fell off.

It did work afterwards surprisingly, xD
I just made it for S'n'G in the beginning, tongue.gif
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