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Originally Posted by mothow View Post

If that chip is damaged i wouldnt put in a new board.Id buy the cheapest board possible to test it

Im buying used AsRock Z68 Pro3 for 50euros, wont matter if it brakes up, that MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming will be used only if this chip still works 100%, if its partly disabled i wont use it at all (only some benching), i bought second 3770k and it appears to be same batch also (L249B668) so it could be equally good chip but i will not know till i have got that AsRock or MSI board in here.

Going to buy 50mm vice and hammer and small piece of 2by4.
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

You should put nail polish on that scratch before you try it.

Filled it with white epoxy, let it dry sometime and then applied Liquid Ultra betwean core and ihs and glued the ihs back in, i have left the cpu into socket of old broken p67 board to dry the epoxy.
Edited by slowmixit - 8/4/13 at 3:00pm
post #92 of 97
No damage done to the chip!!. It was just processor ground trace that got broken and chip seems to work without problems, PCI-E works 3.0 16x no problems, memory works fine, no idea if it overclocks anymore good as before but ill try soon as Z77A-GD65 Gaming or Asus Maximus V Gene arrives trough mail.
Im not going to try overclocking it till i get proper board, currently running with AsRock Z68 Pro3 and i doubt this board is good overclocker.
post #93 of 97
Dude, why be so rude, like alot of gamers just like to mod, period, performance period, this sites logo is "the pursuit of performance" i mean i delidded mine, why? cuz i could ya i could of replaced it, but i like the challenge of it, the works, and it just gives you experience. So dont judge this dude for taking a risk and making his own choice, thats just wrong.
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Can someone tell me a small list of processors that can be delidded? I want to make a short delid tutorial and i need to get some old busted CPU for that. Can 775 CPUs be delided?
Thanks!
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Can someone tell me a small list of processors that can be delidded? I want to make a short delid tutorial and i need to get some old busted CPU for that. Can 775 CPUs be delided?
Thanks!

I'm pretty sure the 775 CPUs era were soldered (good times)
post #96 of 97
After reading this I'm kinda worried about delidding using the blade method...

I delided my old GTX560 VIA the knife a LONG time ago...it was kinda on accident too!

Honestly, I'm thinking of making some type of metal contraption of 90degree brackets that will hold the chip in place, PCB then the heat spreader, and like the delid tool, I should be able to twist it off....


People apply heat still to soften the glue???
post #97 of 97
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Can someone tell me a small list of processors that can be delidded? I want to make a short delid tutorial and i need to get some old busted CPU for that. Can 775 CPUs be delided?
Thanks!

Ivy Bridge or newer. I don't know why you want to make a tutorial though. There are numerous guides out there already and delidding tools can be had for as little as $30 now.
    
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