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Grats, I cant take credit since you didn't say up front you were using a mallet. thumb.gif
Just did my Haswell too!
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Just did my Haswell too!

HAMMER TIME. biggrin.gif
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How did you guys take off the rubbery glue from the PCB and IHS? I did the best scrapping it off with my finger nails, but there's still a bit of residue.

Just did a half-assed job putting back together using PK-3 with way too much paste and I'm already ~15C cooler!

Hopefully my CLU comes in tomorrow and I figure out how to completely take off all the glue.
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thumb.gif thx for this guys, ~20c cooler on water 3770k@4.8@1.42v, I used CLU on the die and under the spreader, lapped it too, AS5 for IHS to block. In a loop with two 680's everything maxed, temps stay at around 80c all cores, gaming around 73c, I could almost say around a 25c droop, but that's not stress testing. My chip has always been volt hungry, I tried 5ghz but needed 1.54 and was back to 97c, still very happy.
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All this talk is making me want to delid Ivy... and I'm still on Sandy. No one has mucked up their chip using Vice method yet right? I'm interested in the floss method.

Here's something to share.
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All this talk is making me want to delid Ivy... and I'm still on Sandy. No one has mucked up their chip using Vice method yet right? I'm interested in the floss method.
Just make sure you get an Ivy before you attempt to delid what you currently have. Else you might de-core as well. biggrin.gif
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All this talk is making me want to delid Ivy... and I'm still on Sandy. No one has mucked up their chip using Vice method yet right? I'm interested in the floss method.
Just make sure you get an Ivy before you attempt to delid what you currently have. Else you might de-core as well. biggrin.gif
Yeah, I'd swap mine out after driving to MicroCenter and checking batches thumb.gif
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How did you guys take off the rubbery glue from the PCB and IHS? I did the best scrapping it off with my finger nails, but there's still a bit of residue.

Just did a half-assed job putting back together using PK-3 with way too much paste and I'm already ~15C cooler!

Hopefully my CLU comes in tomorrow and I figure out how to completely take off all the glue.
Getting all the glue off was the hardest part of the whole thing in my opinion. Most people use an old credit card to carefully scrape it off. You should get a nice drop in temps with the CLU.
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thumb.gif thx for this guys, ~20c cooler on water 3770k@4.8@1.42v, I used CLU on the die and under the spreader, lapped it too, AS5 for IHS to block. In a loop with two 680's everything maxed, temps stay at around 80c all cores, gaming around 73c, I could almost say around a 25c droop, but that's not stress testing. My chip has always been volt hungry, I tried 5ghz but needed 1.54 and was back to 97c, still very happy.
Careful with that voltage. Depending on whom you ask, 1.52 to 1.55 is the max voltage for Ivy and that is assuming you have really great temps. Your 1.42v for 4.8 seems like a place to be. Depending on what your cooling is exactly and your room temp, those temps sound a little high.
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So after delidding and getting CLU set up, do you set the IHS and CPU on top of one another, put into the socket, then use the retention bracket to keep them together, or do you put the IHS in, then the cip, then use the retention bracket?
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