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I'm going to compile some photos of the processors I've de-lidded. Most of them will be soldered processors. I've done countless others, but I don't have any photos of them!! lol.

So you can post your de-lids soldered or not, here, or compile photos for steppings and dates too!

Phenom I Agena 65nm 9950BE and Phenom II 45nm 940BE next to each other.

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Athlon II 250 reger core I believe?

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Phenom II 965BE Deneb core
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FX-6100 32nm Bulldozer

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FX-8320 on the left next to FX-6100 on the right.



FX-8320 fresh de-lid before cleaning



A8 3850 Llano core

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FX-4100 DESTROYED! Too much heat. This was a learning curve day!

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4GHZ 6400+ 90nm Windsor core.

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AMD Athlon 5000 or FX-5000 unlocker. also soldered.

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1090T on the chopping block.

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FX-9590 before and after refresh lapping and cleaning.

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FX-9590 / FX-5000 / 6400+





I'll add more at a later time.
Edited by ShrimpBrime - 9/19/16 at 10:18pm
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I never have heat issues with AMD cpus so i dont really see the point of this. But cool nonetheless.
    
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I never have heat issues with AMD cpus so i dont really see the point of this. But cool nonetheless.

I always have heat issues with AMD. Even LN2 sometimes doesn't cut it! biggrin.gif



HAHAHA - Picture upload spree.

FX-4350 6250mhz WPrime


FX-8370E Wprime 6020Mhz



Edited by ShrimpBrime - 9/19/16 at 10:39pm
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This stuff is always fun to me. TEC pics.

Back in the Day a Dual core at this speed would have been great. FX with 6 cores shut off reached a max speed with light benching at 5400mhz as you will see de-picted.

Yes that is 1.464v.


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And here I thought I was quite the adventurer for having delidded a single A10-7700k. That's nothing compared to the above.
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Think this one is Phenom II (edit: no that's Agena Phenom I) but not sure exactly which one.







AMD 4400+



This is one of many LN2 pots I have hand made. Kinda goes with de-lidding processors and the search for more mhz'es




Edited by ShrimpBrime - 9/23/16 at 9:29pm
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what is your methodology for delidding these soldered CPUs? I have a 5820k that I wouldn't mind doing, but so little info on proper method.

thanks for posting these.
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Thank you.

I clamp the PCB in a small model vise. Pins on a heat sink to draw the heat away because there is risk of loosing pins. I use a soldering torch and apply heat for roughly 50 seconds. You can hear the solder break free with a small crackle or popping sound. I use pliers or vise grips to pull the IHS plate off.

Here's a video without the vice holding the PCB. I simply flipped the IHS plate off. A bit dangerous and nerve racking so I had devised the updated plan to clamp the PCB instead. But this should get the point across. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjjXxHAhaG0

I have another video with audio that is copy writed. So I cannot post here at this time. However I am trying to edit it, but have not had any luck. WHere's the button to remove audio? lol.
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Since I'm on a roll with videos.... Here's how to get 2.0v ++ from 4+1 VRM M5A78L MX PLUS motherboard. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbGT817ybTo
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And the 6400+ video without sound.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMdEOEA31Nc
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