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If your gaming id say grab one of those 2500k or a 2600k, no need to buy the ivy bridge cpu over these unless the price is too close.

Also if you do choose to try delid again do the vice method, seems foolproof.

I would really like to try that someday myself. Although I could still imagine bad things with a block of wood and a hammer. On some of these videos they are pounding pretty hard, and the CPU goes flying off somewhere....
post #42 of 47
you could just set up something like a box or towel to catch it.
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you could just set up something like a box or towel to catch it.

Are those the technical terms lol.
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you could just set up something like a box or towel to catch it.

Are those the technical terms lol.
indeed

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I can do it for you if you trust me enough biggrin.gif
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U can buy my delided i5 3570k , i want a 3770k , why i want it? dont know tongue.gif
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The main PCB scratch problem seems to be that most of the first timers don't get all the info they need like the vice method for example.

Most people don't even know that scratching the PCB can be bad until the take the lid off and see the scratches on physical electric connections on the PCB....just like it happened to me.

In fact i think i seriously scratched my PCB and only because of my doubts i found this forums and the vice method.....that seems much safer.

Sometimes the brute force methods are safer than other methods that don't seem aggressive.
Edited by mayandude - 7/15/13 at 7:34pm
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