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If you don't have good contact with the pins then you can have ram channels not work and can cause it to not boot, like you said, you got it to boot with 1 stick, that's good. It looks fine to me. When you tried it did you put the IHS back on or were you trying to go bare die? If you went bare die that could be the issue with the ram channel not working, poor contact with the pins. Of course... zero insertion force though, last thing you want to do it tighten things down too much and ruin your motherboard too.

It had the ihs on it when i tested it. I didnt test the overclock.
    
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Also, check to make sure the PCB of the chip is actually still flat... When I was bending mine up and getting the IHS off I noticed the PCB so SUPER easy to bend...had to go slow and steady to get it off...yessir.gif
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So, given my past success on delidding my 4700k, i decided to give it a shot and delid the 6700k, to save time so as to not ship it to someone to do it for me..

I think my box cutter knife must have turned at a weird angle as i was rocking on the corners.. because on at least two corners you now see gold exposed.. i thought maybe i'd be ok, that it didnt hit a trace, but i think it must have.

dude... those are massive cuts into the copper layer on 3 corners and light marks on the 4th corner. I dont know why people would ever do a razor method these days with how dangerous it is and how anyone could think this might run fine after this amount of damage to the package. Something is going to be broken for sure.


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Please do not try and manually repair traces on the CPU PCB. These things are insanely meticulously designed and each of those traces is designed specifically as a transmission line that has precisely calculated specifications.

I made a similar mistake with my 3570k, albeit that still works only in single channel memory mode. Won't make the mistake again. Delidded my 4790k via the vice method (which i wouldn't do again either) but i would never go near a cpu with a razor ever again. My 3570k didn't even have a single visible mark in it from the razor and would eventually BSOD if it had dual channel memory installed. And the only reason i did my 4790k is because i was having really bad issues with temps even with the chip under water at factory speeds. With the naked ivy kit, temps are right where they should be.
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Well to me I would just dedicate it to cpu grunt work.

See if anything interests you and have at it
    
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So, given my past success on delidding my 4700k, i decided to give it a shot and delid the 6700k, to save time so as to not ship it to someone to do it for me..

I think my box cutter knife must have turned at a weird angle as i was rocking on the corners.. because on at least two corners you now see gold exposed.. i thought maybe i'd be ok, that it didnt hit a trace, but i think it must have.

dude... those are massive cuts into the copper layer on 3 cores and light marks on the 4th corner. I dont know why people would ever do a razor method these days with how dangerous it is and how anyone could think this might run fine after this amount of damage to the package. Something is going to be broken for sure.



Meanwhile...


That's with the Van Der Hagen double sided razorblade for shaving...Cost me all but $5 and some tape on the opposite edge... The blade is so flimsy it basically takes the path of least resistance when cutting through the glue so really no nicks on the PCB at all....
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Well to me I would just dedicate it to cpu grunt work.

See if anything interests you and have at it

Yep, basically it still has a purpose. But i've forcefully learned about the delidding tool (yes a little searching and i'd have realized it) and also silicon lottery + delidding service, which appears to be pretty solid.. so there are wins here more than losses for my cpu crunching needs.
    
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That's with the Van Der Hagen double sided razorblade for shaving...Cost me all but $5 and some tape on the opposite edge... The blade is so flimsy it basically takes the path of least resistance when cutting through the glue so really no nicks on the PCB at all....

Thats a good delid.. thats the type of razor i used last time and should have this time.
    
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Meanwhile...


That's with the Van Der Hagen double sided razorblade for shaving...Cost me all but $5 and some tape on the opposite edge... The blade is so flimsy it basically takes the path of least resistance when cutting through the glue so really no nicks on the PCB at all....

Fantastic de-lid job!
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Yep it boots with single channel ram, just not dual. Yeah I rushed it, grabbed the wrong razor, either way ill be using a delidding tool in the future. 50% track rate on two of these now using a razor biggrin.gif

If it boots up than I think you succedded in delidding, nothing wrong with a little scracthed pcb on the cpu, copper tracks not broken yet
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