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Originally Posted by bigmac11 View Post

Wow this is old news http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2261855 . Nevermind noticed that a block of wood was used. Time for bed frown.gif
Did you read that thread?

Edit nevermind you corrected yourself before I refreshed tongue.gif
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I heard the guy who just killed his chip put the razor blade in, and then hammered on the razor with a hammer trying to get it off. Look at the chunks that came off the CPU!

And then he put it in his motherboard again trying to get it to post, probably cost him $550-$600 in parts from those mistakes. frown.gif
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post #403 of 1399
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ITS HAMMER TIME!

3 good taps with my calibrated hammer and she was free.

Now for the good part:

BEFORE
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95
86 92 86 83

AFTER (CLP on die)
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95
59 66 59 58

DROP
26C

Thanks KuuFa and fnarfbargle for making it possible! I failed once with a razor so the redemption is sweet. gunner2.gif

Nice! Good job what paste did you end up using and difficulty rating!

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Success! I bought a 1"x1/2"x6" piece of poplar hard wood, and a different vice. Popped off 3 hits.

Good job! what paste did you end up using and how difficult?
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Well that was frickin easy. I'll update when I have time to upload video, re-OC, etc. Right now it's looking like about a 20C drop biggrin.gif

Ill be on the look out for the video Ill add videos to the OP!

Get some pics and some data for me and illl add you to the spreadsheet!


other news Just got my other Powercoloer PCS+ 7950 with Hynix's rather then elpida's? I am happy While my main rig is at home chugging through prime95 @ 4.8 @ 1.37 @ 66c with 2133 mhz memory!
Edited by KuuFA - 4/5/13 at 9:56pm
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I was able to pop my lid with this method tonight. All is well but i am only using as5. Temperatures have been improved by about 7C on a 3570k at 4.73ghz at 1.31 volts on an evga z75 sli.

Props to the op and others.

Can you post validation please for my interest? Temps at 7c! Amazing!
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Wow this is old news http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2261855 . Nevermind noticed that a block of wood was used. Time for bed frown.gif

Darn now that you edited your post, my post just looks like a jerk, lol.

Oh well rolleyes.gif
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Short List but I'm glad that it's growing.
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Nice! Good job what paste did you end up using and difficulty rating!
Good job! what paste did you end up using and how difficult?
Ill be on the look out for the video Ill add videos to the OP!

Get some pics and some data for me and illl add you to the spreadsheet!


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AS Ceramique for now on ihs and die. Only a 5c drop. CLP for the die and PK-3 for the ihs ordered. Difficulty w/o a good vice or hard wood: 10, difficulty with a good vice and the right piece of wood: 3 (using a previous posters description of what 1 & 2 would be tongue.gif)
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Great gains on the temps! I haven't even pushed it - my first run with the delidded chip and the temp dropped a good 20C! Will be properly pushing it tomorrow and see what I get biggrin.gif
 
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It's actually kind of sad you pay that much for a CPU and they can't even be bothered to do a good job at one of the most critical points in the assembly.

Temp drops of that magnitude just by knocking the casing apart and applying some different **** is just unfathomable to me. These things should, at minimum, be showing no more than a 10C drop from this process.... Ideally they spend the extra 8 cents per chip and just do exactly this in the first place.

That being said, if they did so we probably wouldn't have cool hardware porn like this... I guess its a horse a piece huh?
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It's actually kind of sad you pay that much for a CPU and they can't even be bothered to do a good job at one of the most critical points in the assembly.

Temp drops of that magnitude just by knocking the casing apart and applying some different **** is just unfathomable to me. These things should, at minimum, be showing no more than a 10C drop from this process.... Ideally they spend the extra 8 cents per chip and just do exactly this in the first place.

That being said, if they did so we probably wouldn't have cool hardware porn like this... I guess its a horse a piece huh?

Yeah, it is super sad that it comes like that from the factory =/

here are the Before/after pics biggrin.gif

 
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