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Just 3D print a tool using someone else's printer and use that. There are plenty of templates and designs on the internet, heck I used one and now my 4770k is fully delidded with no damage what so ever and no shock (Since it didn't require a hammer).
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post #12 of 45
It looked like someone got hungry and tried to eat the CPU...

The damage is outside of the IHS, Intel will laugh at you while denying your claim and blacklist you from any future warranties.

Use the correct tools for the job next time. Enjoy your $300 keychain.

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post #13 of 45
Looks horrible, no wonder it doesn't work.
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post #14 of 45
I mean bloody hell, you really must have felt that it was scratching and not going smooth through the glue, did you?
Anyway as other already have said - you got yourself a nice keychain.
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Well per another suggestion i tried taking out one of the two ram chips and it did in fact boot. So apparently I must have nicked the trace that allows for dual channel memory.
    
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Looking at that photo makes me cringe. You really mucked that delid job up.

I really think that if de-lidding is that important to you, just get the delid tool:

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/der8auer-delid-die-mate-hs-000-dr.html

Way cheaper than messing up a CPU.
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post #17 of 45
I am sure if the OP can butcher a perfectly working chip like this. Money is no object and they can just go buy another new one. Because anyone else with common sense and that actually gave a damn about their chip would not even attempt this. Unless you absolutely knew for sure what the hell you are doing.
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Originally Posted by Cyph3r View Post

Looking at that photo makes me cringe. You really mucked that delid job up.

I really think that if de-lidding is that important to you, just get the delid tool:

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/der8auer-delid-die-mate-hs-000-dr.html

Way cheaper than messing up a CPU.

Yes i did muck it up, but again, i've done these before but with a different razor.. needless to say i rushed it. Let it be a lesson to others, me as an example i guess. Get the tool (should have researched newer tools prior).

Thanks for the link. Hopefully if i grab the tool, they ship to the usa, i assume. Edit: appears to be quite expensive.. anyone tried the rockit cool version?
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post #19 of 45
Rockit 88

Best de-lid/re-lid tool; $38USD (plus shipping, of course).

Reading these horror stories about failed de-lid attempts makes me cringe, and, ask why? Why would someone risk a $300+ processor to save a few bucks?
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Originally Posted by Arctucas View Post

Rockit 88

Best de-lid/re-lid tool; $38USD (plus shipping, of course).

Reading these horror stories about failed de-lid attempts makes me cringe, and, ask why? Why would someone risk a $300+ processor to save a few bucks?

More money then sense and they simply don't give a damn.
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