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Like OP said, rent/borrow/buy then return many options lolz.

Went to home depot already and looked into it...problem is that I think the vise has to be bolted down to the bench to be really solid.
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hmmm. I got all the tools to do that....
now I need the video on how to apply TIM.

Will work on that as soon as my waterblock comes in DT is making my Sniper extra slow lol.

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That's a great idea.

Is there a way to fix any indent without making it more uneven?

How much temp difference does a (small) indent make?

The indention is on the side of the cpu you could just sand the side, Its more like a nick in the IHS its nothing major.

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Went to home depot already and looked into it...problem is that I think the vise has to be bolted down to the bench to be really solid.

Not really I have done 2 just having someone hold the other end of the vice.
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Went to home depot already and looked into it...problem is that I think the vise has to be bolted down to the bench to be really solid.

Not really I have done 2 just having someone hold the other end of the vice.

Fortu/unfortu I only have a cat available to help, and I think he wouldn't be amused wink.gif
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hmmm. I got all the tools to do that....
now I need the video on how to apply TIM.

Thermal Information starts at 7:32


TDub is a great OCN member and is mostly seen in the Asus OC Guide but other places as well. He used the Razor Blade Method but the video gives you more information as well that you might have. You can also find how to apply paste and really good information on the Delid Club link above.
Edited by iwalkwithedead - 3/28/13 at 1:25pm
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I will be delidding soon, but something about this method scares me more than the razor blade method.

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I'm going to guess that's socket 775?
     
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iwalkwithedead - much appreciated..
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Very cool - if I still had my Ivy Bridge I5 I would definitely do this.

To me it seems infinitely safer this way - I've done plenty of things with vices and I could see this working out with much less time and anxiety than the razor blade method....
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Fortu/unfortu I only have a cat available to help, and I think he wouldn't be amused wink.gif

hahaha that is true, In your case yea you would have to have it secured. or you can have it against the wall that would help.

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I will be delidding soon, but something about this method scares me more than the razor blade method.

hmm What are your concerns about it?
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I'm going to guess that's socket 775?

lol you got it!
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hahaha that is true, In your case yea you would have to have it secured. or you can have it against the wall that would help.
hmm What are your concerns about it?
lol you got it!

 

My concerns:

Warping, scuffing, or separating the pcb at the edge

The chip flying away
The die clipping the raised edge of the IHS when it dislodges.

I'm debating this method vs razor blade, as I have a new 3770k coming soon!

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