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Pc turns on but does not boot after maintenance!

post #1 of 9
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Today I have made my Core 2 Duo E4600 delidong, case cable managemente and cpu cooler change. Now, my pc just does not boot; it turns on, all the leds and fans works, but I have no images at screen, just black. The pc also stays on for like 20s and reset. I'm doubting it's a delid issue because I've made it very well: solid vice, smooth wooden bock and wooden hammer, so no scratches. There is some actual pictures:






What do you guys think may be happening? Maybe any broken wire or plug at the cable management or another part issue?



Edit: Now, 5h after that procedures, the pc doesn't even turn on as it used to do a few hours ago.
Edited by Lucas Bezerra - 9/24/13 at 6:55pm
post #2 of 9

Why. Would you EVER delid a C2D E4600? They used fluxless solder between the die and the IHS. You effectively killed your chip doing what you did.

 

The only reason you'd ever delid is if you are using Ivy Bridge or Haswell, both of which use a TIM between the die and the IHS (and also due to janky gluing of the IHS onto the PCB causing far too much space than should be.

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Why. Would you EVER delid a C2D E4600? They used solder between the die and the IHS. You effectively killed your chip doing what you did.

The only reason you'd ever delid is if you are using Ivy Bridge or Haswell, both of which use a TIM between the die and the IHS (and also due to janky gluing of the IHS onto the PCB causing far too much space than should be.

No way they use solder. I checked before and after deliding, they use a TIM (I also removed it with my fingers). And I did it because I will upgrage soon, so it would be a test to do the next processor's delid with some know-how.
post #4 of 9
Yes the OP is correct. Thanks to this list on OC from a few years ago, I can verify that the E4600 is not soldered.

http://www.overclock.net/t/305443/ihs-removals-how-to-do-it-should-i-do-it-and-the-facts

As far as your PC not booting, did you check to see if you plugged your 8 pin power, or maybe 4 pin on your board, back in ?............I've made that mistake a few times and it will do pretty much what your are describing.
also meant to ask what tim you used between the die and IHS.
Edited by mothman - 9/24/13 at 6:35pm
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post #5 of 9
OP definitely has some bawlz and wanted to have fun/learn something...

Seems like it's a future IVY/Haswell customer lol!
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OP definitely has some bawlz and wanted to have fun/learn something...

Seems like it's a future IVY/Haswell customer lol!

That's why I want know what is happening: I'll be a Ivy/Haswell costomer, so I should know if I done it wrong to do it right at the "real processor" time. But I also wanna discover that because I'm gonna upgrande in 1-2 months; it's much time with no pc frown.gif.
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Yes the OP is correct. Thanks to this list on OC from a few years ago, I can verify that the E4600 is not soldered.

http://www.overclock.net/t/305443/ihs-removals-how-to-do-it-should-i-do-it-and-the-facts

As far as your PC not booting, did you check to see if you plugged your 8 pin power, or maybe 4 pin on your board, back in ?............I've made that mistake a few times and it will do pretty much what your are describing.
also meant to ask what tim you used between the die and IHS.

That's exactly the same thread I used for get informed about that before doing anything smile.gif. As the pc is not even turning on now (it used to do it a few hours ago), I believe I done something wrong with the motherboard assembly... I'll reassembly everything tomorrow, hopping everything goes ok frown.gif. Between all the surfaces (IHS/die and IHS/cooler) I used the TIM provided with the cooler (no branding marks).
Edited by Lucas Bezerra - 9/25/13 at 5:43am
post #7 of 9
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I just don't know what happened. I went bed yersterday with the pc not running, I woke up today and it is working perfectly? What hell is going on? redface.gif

Will be showing you the temperatures as soon as I learn how to overclock properly, have had some crashes and blue screen '-'.
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I just don't know what happened. I went bed yersterday with the pc not running, I woke up today and it is working perfectly? What hell is going on? redface.gif

Will be showing you the temperatures as soon as I learn how to overclock properly, have had some crashes and blue screen '-'.

Your processor has a trauma grace period, ivys don't tongue.gif
post #9 of 9
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Now the same issue come back frown.gif. But happily I know that the cpu is not the guilty...
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