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What really ticks me off about this. That could have been a 5ghz on 1.3v kind of chip.... IN THE WRONG HANDS TO BEGIN WITH.

Well aren't you the kindest soul on OCN. So who has hands that are correct to begin with?

Hands with aptitude behind them. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to delid a chip but I find any task related to any level of engineering should begin with recognizing a need for patience.

After seeing the pictures of what happened to that 3770K. I would never employ anyone limited to this level of craftsmanship.

It angers me, it really does. A little scratch here and there happens, its part of the danger, but it looks like this 3770K was attempted to be peeled like a potato.
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Sorry to see this.

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I feel bad for you, but I'm also upset that you would attempt something like this WITHOUT the proper tools. It's not hard to do. You need the right tool for a specific job. You can't make an ice sculpture with a sledgehammer. You can't tighten a lug nut with a paper towel. There's hundreds of people on this forum that did this right, and you didn't follow their advice.

It was an expensive mistake, and my heart hurts for you. But I hope you learned something.

^This.

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Hands with aptitude behind them. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to delid a chip but I find any task related to any level of engineering should begin with recognizing a need for patience.

After seeing the pictures of what happened to that 3770K. I would never employ anyone limited to this level of craftsmanship.

It angers me, it really does. A little scratch here and there happens, its part of the danger, but it looks like this 3770K was attempted to be peeled like a potato.

While I agree with your point, especially the "need for patience", what you said may be the last thing he needs to hear. Your speculation about that i7-3770k's overclocking ability doesn't really serve in any helpful capacity. Yes he erred on his part, but mistakes happen.

That being said, as others have pointed out, OP I hope you learned the lesson from this mistake.
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I'm not sure what then Vice method is, but i used the knife like a hammer frown.gif

I am really sorry for your loss, but hahaha man, that was funny.
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what did you use....a rusty spoon???

did you try running it with no IHS or no SHIM to make up the gap no IHS would leave???
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This is exactly why I'm replacing my 3570k with a 2500k. I know if I keep it I will try this and knowing my luck I will probably break it.

So my idea of lowering the temps on a IB CPU is replacing it with SB. tongue.gif
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Sorry to hear that OP.
That doesn't look safe at all! Is the glue really so loose that it will come off that easy?

Its not a matter of the glue being loose. Its a matter of the glue not being able to withstand a lateral force without shearing. If you were to try to pull the heatsink straight up it would take a LOT more force.
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I have an idea that camera seems to take good descent pictures sell that and buy another cpu
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i would take a SB and wait until they make a product that is a real upgrade on all level and wasn't made cheaply like ivy or even if your mobo is dead you could go amd if your tight on money you will save some and never notice anything outside of synthetic benchmark anyway ,....
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I don't understand why anyone would try this unless they had enough disposable income to buy another chip immediately.

This.

Crossing my fingers and hoping that Haswell and/or Ivy-E go back to soldering the IHS to the die so I'll never have to deal with this delidding. Why anyone would chance this without the correct tools and without enough money to keep all the other components in their build from becoming an expensive paperweight is beyond me.
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