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You should have used the Vice + Hammer Method. Much much safer.

I'm not sure what then Vice method is, but i used the knife like a hammer frown.gif
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I cry everytime.
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aren't you better off with a sandy bridge that has no noticeable difference of performance for a human compare to a ivy bridge but wasn't put together like crap and get correct temp ?
appart for a few number on a bench result you'll never see any difference and if it allow you to oc more you might get even better bench results with the sandy ,....
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I'm not sure what then Vice method is, but i used the knife like a hammer frown.gif
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It takes a lot of patience to do such thing. Why risk a 300$ chip when you didn't have at least the right tools for it?

Poor thing. mad.gif

I knew this method so many months, but yeah i was just afraid of destroying this cpu. So i let it be. But yesterday i've bought a new cpu cooler, Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 2 so i was thinking "gonna remove the old heatsink, so why not try this IHS thing on the cpu" frown.gif

Worst decision ever.
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I'm pretty sure there is nothing you can do to revive it. It's gone. When dealing with something so expensive you need to take your time and gather the correct tools. Otherwise you are guarenteed to fail. Patience and aptitude for the task is just as important as the technique used to carry it out. That being said I killed my first chip trying to delid it so I had to buy another one.

Also, have you tried to boot using just one stick of RAM? Try the first RAM slot and then if that doesn't work move it over to the next RAM slot. Keep doing this until you have tried one stick of RAM in all of your slots. If it still doesn't boot after trying that then you can say that the chip is dead. Until then don't give up hope

Delidding is an amazing thing and it makes me happy that they used crappy TIM because it gives us the option to mod it and drop temps even further than if they had used solder on Ivy Bridge, You just need to take your time and get all the right tools

Also, did you make sure that you didn't bend the pins on your motherboard? I also did that the first time I delidded so I had to buy a new CPU AND a new motherboard. Don't take your CPU out just yet to look try the RAM thing first.
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 4/5/13 at 8:41am
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Lol I think the real question was already asked, I'm laughing hysterically.
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Originally Posted by MoGTy View Post

You didn't have the money to spend on a razor blade ?

Or simply try the vice + hammer method as mentioned above.

Think first, act later.

Also, the strange noise is probably electricity arcing between the IHS and the CPU on the exposed parts.
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I'm pretty sure there is nothing you can do to revive it. It's gone. When dealing with something so expensive you need to take your time and gather the correct tools. Otherwise you are guarenteed to fail. Patience and aptitude for the task is just as important as the technique used to carry it out. That being said I killed my first chip trying to delid it so I had to buy another one.

Also, have you tried to boot using just one stick of RAM? Try the first RAM slot and then if that doesn't work move it over to the next RAM slot. Keep doing this until you have tried one stick of RAM in all of your slots. If it still doesn't boot after trying that then you can say that the chip is dead. Until then don't give up hope

Delidding is an amazing thing and it makes me happy that they used crappy TIM because it gives us the option to mod it and drop temps even further than if they had used solder on Ivy Bridge, You just need to take your time and get all the right tools

Also, did you make sure that you didn't bend the pins on your motherboard? I also did that the first time I delidded so I had to buy a new CPU AND a new motherboard. Don't take your CPU out just yet to look try the RAM thing first.

Yes you are right, but i thought the cuttingknife was flat enough. Next time i will be very carefull but lol i'm not sure about that. Maybe buying a used 2600k is the best, fastest and cheapest option. Thank god it uses the same 1155 socket. I surely will miss the low TDP and PCI-E 3 support but achieving a 5Ghz+ frequency just on air makes all the side effects go away.

It sucks even more because last week i bought GTX 660 SLI and i want to game frown.gif My rig is like a Porsche without engine and it sucks bigtime.

I did boot the board with 1 RAM module but didn't moved it around. I'm afraid to boot the board again maybe destroying more.
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

You should have used the Vice + Hammer Method. Much much safer.

I thought you were on the wind up till MoGTY posted the video! "aye, just stick it in the vice and smack it with a hammer, no worries!" biggrin.gif
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Yes you are right, but i thought the cuttingknife was flat enough. Next time i will be very carefull but lol i'm not sure about that. Maybe buying a used 2600k is the best, fastest and cheapest option. Thank god it uses the same 1155 socket. I surely will miss the low TDP and PCI-E 3 support but achieving a 5Ghz+ frequency just on air makes all the side effects go away.

It sucks even more because last week i bought GTX 660 SLI and i want to game frown.gif My rig is like a Porsche without engine and it sucks bigtime.

I did boot the board with 1 RAM module but didn't moved it around. I'm afraid to boot the board again maybe destroying more.

I know man I haven't had my PSU in two weeks and since I sent it in for an RMA I have gotten a new case and motherboard. It sucks being without a PC. If I were you I would get another ivy bridge and then delid it using the vice and hamer method. I haven't heard of anyone failing yet.
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