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Sorry for the misinformation all, it worked a lot better for me when the adhesive is warmed up, but I guess most people don't share my experience
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Originally Posted by MoGTy View Post

Sorry for the misinformation all, it worked a lot better for me when the adhesive is warmed up, but I guess most people don't share my experience

A few questions if I may :

- How many have you popped the top off using this method?
- Have you done one hot and one cold?
- How can you tell it worked better for you?
- If you watch the video I posted, how much faster / easier do you think it would be if I heated the chip up?
- How long did it take you to heat the chip up?
- How did you heat the chip up ?

I know you weren't expecting the Spanish Inquisition, however "it worked a lot better for me when the adhesive is warmed up" needs a little explanation so we know _why_ it worked better for you and what you were measuring against.
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Wouldn't some cloth paced between the IHS and the clamps prevent any scratches to the metal, resp. cause them not to be as deep?
post #54 of 1399
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Originally Posted by fnarfbargle View Post

A few questions if I may :

- How many have you popped the top off using this method?
- Have you done one hot and one cold?
- How can you tell it worked better for you?
- If you watch the video I posted, how much faster / easier do you think it would be if I heated the chip up?
- How long did it take you to heat the chip up?
- How did you heat the chip up ?

I know you weren't expecting the Spanish Inquisition, however "it worked a lot better for me when the adhesive is warmed up" needs a little explanation so we know _why_ it worked better for you and what you were measuring against.

No problem, I'm happy to reply smile.gif

- How many have you popped the top off using this method?
I helped a friend with his CPU and I did mine too. So 2 samples.

- Have you done one hot and one cold?
Yes I did mine cold. My friends chip was warm.

- How can you tell it worked better for you?
It took less force and it felt like it was less likely to cause any damage to the CPU.

- If you watch the video I posted, how much faster / easier do you think it would be if I heated the chip up?
It wouldn't necessarily be easier, it just felt less likely to damage the cpu because there was more flex to it. It took like 3 taps from the hammer.

- How long did it take you to heat the chip up?
About a minute.

- How did you heat the chip up ?
A hair dryer that I measured to be blowing 65°C air.

Hope it helps, feel free to experiment, if it was just a case of less adhesive on the chip or a random stroke of luck I'm happy to deny the benefit of preheating the cpu smile.gif
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Originally Posted by spoonium View Post

Wouldn't some cloth paced between the IHS and the clamps prevent any scratches to the metal, resp. cause them not to be as deep?

Possibly but in my experience using a cloth/paper towel would the cause the vice to not really grip the IHS enough.
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Quick update. I was having instability at vcores above 1.3v. Previously stable oc's were throwing WHEA errors. This morning, i took out the CPU to find excessive Ultra on the die. Originally i applied it to the bottom of the IHS as well. So, I cleaned everything up and applied a very thin layer to the die only. Crossed my fingers, and viola. Back to normal. Just to reiterate the point, the temps drops are shocking.
 
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on eBay looking for test chip...
P4 please.. tongue.gif
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Ughh, I hate you fnarfbargle. Your method might just be the catalyst to make me delid. Still thinking....but damn this is easy as hell with a lot less risk. And I have everything needed to do it.

Only question I have for delidders, once you delid it, is there any way to adhesive the IHS back onto the chip. If so, what do you use to do it? I'd like to delid, but it would be a pain in the arse whenever I want to move my chip to another comp since the IHS and chip would be separate.
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Ughh, I hate you fnarfbargle. Your method might just be the catalyst to make me delid. Still thinking....but damn this is easy as hell with a lot less risk. And I have everything needed to do it.

Only question I have for delidders, once you delid it, is there any way to adhesive the IHS back onto the chip. If so, what do you use to do it? I'd like to delid, but it would be a pain in the arse whenever I want to move my chip to another comp since the IHS and chip would be separate.

Fortunately for me, I did not re-adhere the IHS, as i had used too much Ultra the first time that caused overclock instability. Furthermore, the removal of the delidded CPU was no different than before. If you wish to glue it back, someone mentioned they used a product similar to this that can be found at most auto parts stores.
 
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I just did it. It was so easy. I have some picks coming up once i get it to post. The funny thing is that i tried it on a P4 before it and i think that P4 was not using thermal paste and even so it came off. The 3770K came off so easy its not even funny. No way to damage the CPU unless you dont secure it properly.
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