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This method works great. $12.00 4" vice from Menards. At first there was not enough force as the vice would move a bit with each tap. So a gave a few good hits and it dislodged perfectly. Thanks OCN. thumb.gifbiggrin.gif



I had to remove the rubber pads as the CPU wasnt fully secured by the vice with them on.


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Okay - you guys have convinced me. At first I thought this was a joke, but after popping the top on two 3770Ks with a blade, and still with all fingers, I have a third 3770K in the box and will try this method as soon as the rest of the waterloop stuff arrives.

Best to use a hardwood like oak or something?
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Okay - you guys have convinced me. At first I thought this was a joke, but after popping the top on two 3770Ks with a blade, and still with all fingers, I have a third 3770K in the box and will try this method as soon as the rest of the waterloop stuff arrives.

Best to use a hardwood like oak or something?

 

I would assume softer wold be better, to avoid damage to the PCB.

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Originally Posted by josephimports View Post

This method works great. $12.00 4" vice from Menards. At first there was not enough force as the vice would move a bit with each tap. So a gave a few good hits and it dislodged perfectly. Thanks OCN. thumb.gifbiggrin.gif



I had to remove the rubber pads as the CPU wasnt fully secured by the vice with them on.


 

Did you get any indentations on your IHS?

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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

Okay - you guys have convinced me. At first I thought this was a joke, but after popping the top on two 3770Ks with a blade, and still with all fingers, I have a third 3770K in the box and will try this method as soon as the rest of the waterloop stuff arrives.

Best to use a hardwood like oak or something?

any spare wood you have but the "softer" the wood the better.
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Originally Posted by Powermonkey500 View Post

I would assume softer wold be better, to avoid damage to the PCB.

I think damaging the PCB would be a very hard task especially since you are putting force parallel with how it sits on the vice.


Edit: Ill post a picture of the indentations i am talking about.

Edit2: Posted Pictures in the spoiler in the OP about the Indentations I was referring to. Mostly Notches i suppose.
Edited by KuuFA - 3/28/13 at 8:29pm
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Did you get any indentations on your IHS?

Negative. The vise was flat, so no marks left behind.
So far ~20c drops in temps with Ultra on the die and MX4 on the IHS.
Also the difference between cores dropped from 8 to 4.
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Wow good man you made a guide on this? Awesome! REP to you. After delidding with the razor blade sweating, shaking, and basically crying my whole way through (not to mention I killed my first one via blade) I will definetly be using this method on my next chip.

What is the best type of wood to use?

When I was a kid a vice fell on my head and I had to get a bunch of stitches and still have a scar there so I think the vice owes me. Should go well! biggrin.gif
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Wow good man you made a guide on this? Awesome! REP to you. After delidding with the razor blade sweating, shaking, and basically crying my whole way through (not to mention I killed my first one via blade) I will definetly be using this method on my next chip.

What is the best type of wood to use?

When I was a kid a vice fell on my head and I had to get a bunch of stitches and still have a scar there so I think the vice owes me. Should go well! biggrin.gif

Hmmm, delid it using the vice and then hammer the vise to pieces and throw it from a cliff? (film it)

OP: Very nice guide, and fnarfbargle <3 you gave me a reason to torture my sucky chip...
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any spare wood you have but the "softer" the wood the better.

you could even heat it up a bit to loosen the adhesive with a hair dryer or something of the sort.

No, no, no, no, no.... Do _not_ do anything to try and soften the glue. You are *shearing* the adhesive. You don't want it to flex, you want it to shear. The softer it is, the more it will flex.
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