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i had to clean it off the first time because the temps were higher then before 

and it sticked a little to the die and i had to whipe it off with alcohol wipe

that might also be the cause 

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Sounds to me like it's just not seated in socket properly.. seen that a loot
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I did the same thing. I thought for sure I didnt have too much on. I put a good bit on because I was having a hard time spreading it, I think it was because my room was cold. But I thought I took off the excess and was fine.

After it didnt boot, I took it out and cleaned off all the CLP not on the die and tried to reboot it. Still didnt work. Luckly I had bought an extra 4770k last week in case I screwed up for $250. But now I am debating on delidding this one, as it has the same OC potential as the other one.

Any thing I can do to make it work again?? I did what was recommended by putting on clear nail polish to protect the transistors. But I guess it didnt help. I am going to try and remove the finger nail polish and CLP and retry it but I am not feeling optimistic. mad.gif
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Ask in the delid thread, not the death thread. I'l say again it's somewhat likely you're just having seating problems in socket without IHS secured or some silly issue like that~
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As far as I could tell the IHS was lined up right where it should of been. But it is possible that it could of been off a little bit. How exacting does it need to be??

Thanks for the advice though thumb.gif
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post #156 of 203
Yeah, way too much CLP. You made sure you thoroughly cleaned it off the capacitors before you tried it again? I've shorted out caps before on a GPU and it was dead, but after cleaning it was back to normal. Might be different for the CPU though.
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As far as I could tell the IHS was lined up right where it should of been. But it is possible that it could of been off a little bit. How exacting does it need to be??

Thanks for the advice though thumb.gif

I'm not really sure on details, just seen a lot of people talking about cpu not mounting easily after delid and multiple "dead" cpu's that work fine after a little bit of shifting in socket, holding ihs in place etc
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As far as I could tell the IHS was lined up right where it should of been. But it is possible that it could of been off a little bit. How exacting does it need to be??

Thanks for the advice though thumb.gif
What I do is aline the ihs to the markings left from the silicon that was scraped off. To stop the ihs from sliding down when clamping, I use my finger to hold it down. thumb.gif
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You should also clean the bottom of the chip if you haven't done so...I had friends 4670k that wouldn't boot after a clean delid...so I came over and after an hour of being stumbled etc I finaly checked the under belly of the cpu with a magnifying glass and sure enough a tiny very tiny dot of clu was siting on one of the gold transfers after cleaning very well with alcohol etc put her back in and boom booted like a champ lol biggrin.gif

also im seeing people use way way to much clp/clu you really only need to cover the dye and maybe a small line on the lid but ya it should be thin and not oozing off the dye.
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Posting here a dead CPU report for the benefit of other ppl.


CPU: i7-4770k

DELIDED: YES

REPORTED CONDITION: DEAD, R.I.P., MUERTO, KAPUTT

CAUSE OF DEATH: EXCESSIVE VOLTAGE, 1.37-1.4+V VCORE

HOW LONG OVERCLOCKED: Approx one (1) year

OP DESCRIPTION: I had ran a daily overclock of 4.4, but that wasn't the problem. My voltages were off the charts. My vcore was set on adaptive instead of manual and it would range anywhere from 1.375 to 1.4+ My input voltage was 1.9 and my uncore voltage was somewhere up there. I don't remember. I had this chip delided and OC'd for almost a year.

THREAD: http://www.overclock.net/t/1475351/i-think-my-4770k-gave-out

WARNING: HardOCP.COM state that anything over 1.35V VCORE 24/7 will degrade an Haswell pretty fast when conjoined with heavy loads and lots of working hours every day.



http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/08/21/asus_maximus_vi_hero_lga_1150_motherboard_review/7
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