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Originally Posted by MKUL7R4 View Post

I don't understand why anyone would try this unless they had enough disposable income to buy another chip immediately.

Or in my case, already had a 2nd chip ready to go in case the 1st got destroyed smile.gif Still deciding if I want to keep it "just in case" or sell it for a small profit.
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sad-smiley-002.gif RIP 3770K you may be gone but never forgotten, May the cpu heavens accept you with open arms
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sad-smiley-002.gif RIP 3770K you may be gone but never forgotten, May the cpu heavens accept you with open arms

HA!

Amen. sadsmiley.gif
post #24 of 84
lol sometimes in the futures some acheaologist will come across the yard of an ancient overclocker who has buried his failed delided cpu there and they will think it s some sort of ritual item tongue.gif
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post #25 of 84
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Originally Posted by MKUL7R4 View Post

I don't understand why anyone would try this unless they had enough disposable income to buy another chip immediately.

Exactly. You'd also think if you were going to do it you'd follow directions to a T and be as careful as possible. The CPU looks like it's been through Vietnam. Delidding with a cutting knife.
Edited by wholeeo - 4/5/13 at 11:59am
post #26 of 84
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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.

What did you do with the old motherboard? biggrin.gif
     
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post #27 of 84
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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.

There's a good probability you fried your MB trying to run that gouged up, shorted 3770K. That "strange noise" you hear when you power it up might be the VRM circuitry on the motherboard cooking. Inspect the socket under high magnification to make sure there's no burn pins.

Rule #1 - Use the right tools and follow the instructions.

$300 lesson learned.

Greg
post #28 of 84
Sorry to hear that OP.
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That doesn't look safe at all! Is the glue really so loose that it will come off that easy?
post #29 of 84
TBH looking at the pictures I have seen it looks almost like its just silicon sealant like the stuff in my garage, Similar to gasket maker for car motors LOL. Wouldn't surprise me in the least if it was. Thinking about doing mine now...
     
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post #30 of 84
If these chips are better without the integrated heat spread why even put them on. Second I'm even seeing kits now you can buy that do this for you and comes with instruction and tools, if I can find a link to the company and kit ill update my post, I remember reading this only a few days ago.
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