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I'm kind of regretting going AMD for my first build instead of Intel now.

I want to do this!!!
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Difficulty? using a razor = 9. Hammer and vise = 3 (a 1 would require the IHS to fall off when you turn it over wink.gif, 2 would be you could pull it of with your fingers)

some picts:

used the little one on the left:


the delidded 3770K is in this test bench rig (in the works):


thanks for posting this very practical solution!! simple solution... and only obvious when someone shows you = genius.

Hrmm, location Philly huh, maybe I'll send you down mine so you can do it wink.gif . I tried 5 different Vice's but none had jaws that weren't rounded off. I wonder if Lowes or Home Depot have rentals or good return policies biggrin.gif
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Hrmm, location Philly huh, maybe I'll send you down mine so you can do it wink.gif . I tried 5 different Vice's but none had jaws that weren't rounded off. I wonder if Lowes or Home Depot have rentals or good return policies biggrin.gif

actually, that's a good idea! "Buy" a clamp vise, delid and then return it. you certainly will not damage the vise... lachen.gif
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actually, that's a good idea! "Buy" a clamp vise, delid and then return it. you certainly will not damage the vise... lachen.gif

yup mentioned that quite awhile back although it isnt ethical but w/e right? lol.
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Job done. Went to Home Depot, bought this vise for $20: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Irwin-3-in-Clamp-On-Vise-226303ZR/100537101#.UVt1zi2gz74

Bought a $6 hammer (yeah didn't own one).

First attempt the chip flew out. It was clamped in "finger tight". Second attempt I did "wrist tight". Gave it about 6 firm whacks. The IHS didn't pop off the PCB like it did in the OP video, but I saw the PCB jumping when I hit it, so I just then peeled the IHS off. Little sticky, but no problem.

Holy crap the IHS is heavy.
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Dang, makes me wanna pick up a 3570k to try it out on biggrin.gif If it is as easy as it looks then a 3770k....just for the fun of it. Dont even game anymore but love this hobby

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Job done. Went to Home Depot, bought this vise for $20: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Irwin-3-in-Clamp-On-Vise-226303ZR/100537101#.UVt1zi2gz74

Bought a $6 hammer (yeah didn't own one).

First attempt the chip flew out. It was clamped in "finger tight". Second attempt I did "wrist tight". Gave it about 6 firm whacks. The IHS didn't pop off the PCB like it did in the OP video, but I saw the PCB jumping when I hit it, so I just then peeled the IHS off. Little sticky, but no problem.

Holy crap the IHS is heavy.

Probably the fact that it was a cheapo clamp vice without solid mounting is why it took so many whacks. Just a guess. I'm sure if it was a heavy vice bolt mounted to a 200 lb bench, it would probably take less than 3 strikes.
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I have to ask again since noone has helped me understand...

Is the shock that is transferred to the PCB considered ok to you guys? To me this is like dropping a 3770k off the third story and having the "IHS" come off but because you put some wood on the floor it didnt break it...

im trying to understand how and why people are actually doing this, do intel chips have a certain SHOCK RESISTANCE or are you guys hoping that in a few months the chip doesn't randomly die?

If any of you could pm me or just reply I'd appreciate it....

(for some reason I feel using a blade properly and not scratching the PCB does alot less damage than 20-50lbs of force being directed to a small chips pcb)
  
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^^ I see 0 damage on either the IHS or the PCB edge.

The wood I used was pine and does have an indentation in it of the PCB.

Yes it's theoretically possible to put enough shock on the die that the metal layers move around, but I don't think that would really happen here, especially since the glue moves with each strike and "airbags" it.
Edited by dr/owned - 4/2/13 at 5:37pm
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Job done. Went to Home Depot, bought this vise for $20: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Irwin-3-in-Clamp-On-Vise-226303ZR/100537101#.UVt1zi2gz74

Bought a $6 hammer (yeah didn't own one).

First attempt the chip flew out. It was clamped in "finger tight". Second attempt I did "wrist tight". Gave it about 6 firm whacks. The IHS didn't pop off the PCB like it did in the OP video, but I saw the PCB jumping when I hit it, so I just then peeled the IHS off. Little sticky, but no problem.

Holy crap the IHS is heavy.

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Probably the fact that it was a cheapo clamp vice without solid mounting is why it took so many whacks. Just a guess. I'm sure if it was a heavy vice bolt mounted to a 200 lb bench, it would probably take less than 3 strikes.

Nope didn't have mine mounted to anything just had someone holding it for me and I got it off in four hits

it all depends on your technique i like to Start off light and then move up in force.
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I have to ask again since noone has helped me understand...

Is the shock that is transferred to the PCB considered ok to you guys? To me this is like dropping a 3770k off the third story and having the "IHS" come off but because you put some wood on the floor it didnt break it...

im trying to understand how and why people are actually doing this, do intel chips have a certain SHOCK RESISTANCE or are you guys hoping that in a few months the chip doesn't randomly die?

If any of you could pm me or just reply I'd appreciate it....

(for some reason I feel using a blade properly and not scratching the PCB does alot less damage than 20-50lbs of force being directed to a small chips pcb)

The force is being transferred to the adhesive. The goal of this is to shear the adhesive off so no you aren't dropping from a 3 story building on the PCB you are doing that to the adhesive.

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^^ I see 0 damage on either the IHS or the PCB edge.

Congrats! see its not that dangerous!

What are you going to use as your paste?

pics?

Difficulty?

when you get it tested lmk the temps!

so i can add you on the spread sheet!
Edited by KuuFA - 4/2/13 at 5:39pm
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