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yeah it takes way longer than 10 minutes to hit max temp.

by the way don't use that video link although helpful is misleading in the fact that the Intel paste they used is actually quite good better than most pastes. It's the space from the glue that caused the heating issue. thumb.gif
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by the way don't use that video link although helpful is misleading in the fact that the Intel paste they used is actually quite good better than most pastes. It's the space from the glue that caused the heating issue. thumb.gif

which solder overcomes a lot easier.
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which solder overcomes a lot easier.

not with Ivy and Haswell. the reason they had to use paste was because the heat output and the cooling with solder was killing the chips from the expansions and contraction of the material. So Intel had to figure out a different way and I much prefer paste makes me feel more connected to my computer making it run better.
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Ok It is done. I did my i3 and my i7. I learned a lot with the i3 and the hand tool in the pic above i still used but it was a little to thick to make the corner cut at first. i went back to home depot and used these http://www.homedepot.ca/wcsstore/HomeDepotCanada/images/catalog/28-510_2_rgb_4.jpg. they seemed to make the corner cut i needed. After making that cut i used the hand tool a little for torq. You really do have to put some preasure on that thing!

The only thing i did wrong. Which i am a little concerned about was after doing the i3 perfectly I was nervous and on my i7 and when i was making a corner cut i jerked a little and the kinfe went blade side down on the pcb. It made a very thin scratch. I couldn't even take a pic of it. Everything else was a walk in the park. One thing is for everyone else is if you are having trouble with a corner move to another one and once you are in just turn the blade and go down the side of the processor. You can really just get one corner and do it that way.

Question.

When I turned my i7 pc back on it actually said "new cpu installed"? How in the world would it know that? Could this be from the scratch? I am pissed i did that. Everything else was gravy! How would it know that a new cpu was installed?

Temps 15C better by they way. It was worth it! I have run 20 minutes of prime so far and havnt had an issue. So i think i am good.

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It always says that when you remove a chip. Thats completely normal.
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i think i am good here guys. Just want to say thank you! I would have never done this without all of your help and the videos. I am thrilled! I even have the coldest i3 3225 EVER!

4.6ghz 1.312v 45 min. of prime95 73c for the i7.
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not with Ivy and Haswell. the reason they had to use paste was because the heat output and the cooling with solder was killing the chips from the expansions and contraction of the material. So Intel had to figure out a different way and I much prefer paste makes me feel more connected to my computer making it run better.

i bet the laptop version with bare dies have no issue. grant it modified architecture but, bare die worked in the past.
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