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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!

TBH I share the warping concern. Copper isn't hard like steel and I imagine striking it will cause the IHS top to flex either up or down. Or turn it into a parallelogram // instead of ||
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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!
Use the buddy system. Have someone hold the piece as a extra precaution.
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post #23 of 1399
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TBH I share the warping concern. Copper isn't hard like steel and I imagine striking it will cause the IHS top to flex either up or down. Or turn it into a parallelogram // instead of ||


My main concern is the last one (clipping)... second concern is it warping etc. I'm sure I could prevent it from flying off though.


Edited by Powermonkey500 - 3/28/13 at 1:32pm
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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!

Fair concerns Ill try to calm your nerves! (as it was nerve wracking for me too!)

Warping scuffing or separating the PCB, as long as you use a the flat edge of the wood, It is impossible to warp scuff or separating, as wood is generally "softer" than the PCB

The chip flying away, You will see immediately if the chip has separated from the PCB, And you can feel it!
you can start with a few light taps and then crescendo to heavy hitting to get a feel for it but just a few heavy taps will separate the IHS from the PCB

same with the above, The adhesive is strong it will hold it and you will feel it separate.

Its really up to you but this way i feel is easier.
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Is that socket LGA 775 ?

EDIT: Oh, nvm, someone guessed it already tongue.gif
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Is that socket LGA 775 ?


The YouTube video says "Ivy Bridge" in the title, so nope!

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The YouTube video says "Ivy Bridge" in the title, so nope!

No I'm talking about the CPU in the OP not the vid tongue.gif


Also, OP may I suggest using a hairdryer for about a minute to warm the CPU up before trying this. The rubber on my chip was a lot more flexible and it was easier to delid + the hairdryer doesn't reach 65°C anyway so no danger of damaging the chip.
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No I'm talking about the CPU in the OP not the vid tongue.gif


Also, OP may I suggest using a hairdryer for about a minute to warm the CPU up before trying this. The rubber on my chip was a lot more flexible and it was easier to delid + the hairdryer doesn't reach 65°C anyway so no danger of damaging the chip.

Hmm good point! ill add it to the OP thanks!
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I think listing the hammer is the one that scared me lol. The video looks sooo easy but I'm pretty sure I will mess something if I attempt to do this myself. I probably need to try a few cpus before doing it on a 3570K.
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Hmm good point! ill add it to the OP thanks!

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