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You clean the glue off either with a dremel + felt polish wheel + lots of alcohol, or the manual method with a credit card and a lot of time.

I'll keep scrubbing with isopropyl 91 then.

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If you go the CLU route, make sure you isolate those resistors. Dump non conductive TIM on them or use some sort of rubber gasket to cover them up for safety reasons...

Do you think I could use a thin strip of electrical tape?


Update: I have my chip running at 4.4ghz right now with 1.28V. Peak temp hit 79C. Forgot to change my sleep timer so it didn't continue running overnight, but got it going again before leaving for work. Hopefully no BSOD.
Edited by ohhgourami - 6/5/13 at 11:08am
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post #22 of 104
I used the back of my razor black on the really hard glue and just and credit card for the rest on all 5 chips I did after the first delid it took me 30 min total including cleaning to get them done and cleaned. its easy just take your time I didn't even use alcohol when cleaning the glue off just slight pressure and patient. you will most likely drop another 10-15c with CLU/CLP, now lets just hope your cpu clocks high as well.
post #23 of 104
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BAD NEWS EVERYONE!

Looks like I won't be getting my CLU today. I knew I should have used frozencpu with priority shipping...

Also looks like my rig BSODed as I can't remote connect from work. Maybe 1.285 or 1.290V will get the job done for 4.4ghz. Still a ridiculously bad chip...
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Hmm.  Now I'm wondering if it is worth immediately delidding my inbound 4770K and using MX-4 on the die, or just waiting until next week when the CLU I ordered finally comes in.

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Bummer man sorry to hear it will need more. Either way its nice you have it cooler and when the CLU comes plus all the glue is gone it will hopefully be 4.6 at 1.35 volts with great temps. biggrin.gif 4.6ghz HW is a 5ghz IV.
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I heard using a polymer/ plastic Eraser should do the trick when trying to get rid of that residue!
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nice job biggrin.gif

I like this new method (hammer, block of wood and vice), haven't tried myself, I'm a razor blade guy from 3770K times wink.gif

to remove glue from PCB, just soak it in 90% alcohol and use paper towels and finger nails ... or use a dremel with a small buffing/polishing pad soaked in alcohol.

the CLP paste gives bets results temps wise and last longest. CLU was giving me great results a first, but it was actually deteriorating somehow over time. PK-3 is not a good choice on the die (great for cooling blocks though).
post #28 of 104
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Bummer man sorry to hear it will need more. Either way its nice you have it cooler and when the CLU comes plus all the glue is gone it will hopefully be 4.6 at 1.35 volts with great temps. biggrin.gif 4.6ghz HW is a 5ghz IV.

I think it will barely do 4.5ghz at 1.35v...maybe if I play with the bclk and straps then MAYBE!

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I heard using a polymer/ plastic Eraser should do the trick when trying to get rid of that residue!

You mean simple pencil eraser? Would make sense.

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nice job biggrin.gif

I like this new method (hammer, block of wood and vice), haven't tried myself, I'm a razor blade guy from 3770K times wink.gif

to remove glue from PCB, just soak it in 90% alcohol and use paper towels and finger nails ... or use a dremel with a small buffing/polishing pad soaked in alcohol.

the CLP paste gives bets results temps wise and last longest. CLU was giving me great results a first, but it was actually deteriorating somehow over time. PK-3 is not a good choice on the die (great for cooling blocks though).

It was what I had lying around while I'm still waiting for my CLU which I ordered on Sunday. I'd think IC Diamond would have been a bad idea. Also have Shin-etsu G751, but PK-3 for 1-2 days should be ok.
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Just an FYI: people pay over £300 on WC kits, in order to gain 10-20c.
Here's the same principle, apart from the fact that you aren't even needing to WC, and if you do, you gain even better temps.
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I read that as. People pay over 300 for Water closet kits... Here's the same principle, apart from the fact that you are not even needing to Water closet.
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Do you think I could use a thin strip of electrical tape?


Fujipoly gap filler sounds like a perfect solution. Based on the description of it being placed between a semiconductor and a heat sink it looks like it is not electrically conductive and it also helps dissipate heat.

http://www.fujipoly.com/usa/announcements/new_gap_filler_pad_introduced.html

I use .5 mm fujipoly thermal pad as a filler between the pcb of the IB cpu and my heat sink and I have had good results with bare die mounts on 3770k and 3570k.


Looks like this with Fujipoly thermal pad on IB.




I'f I had a water cooling shop I would order the stuff pre-cut to fit around IB or HW die like I have done. $15 seems like a fair price.
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