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To who ever suggested using a credit card to straighten bent pins, I owe you one, had some bent pins on a 4800 I've been working on and off for 4 days now and the credit card did the trick
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As for bent pins man, I hate those. Last time I had more than 1 bent I used a credit card. Mechanical pencils work well too (.5 OR smaller).
Yeah that was BlackOmega just a few post back. I have had to use both at the same time on a brand new Opty 180 before I ever got to use it. I was worried I had spent $200.00 for a CPU that I would never be able to use. CC and Mechanical pencil does the trick every time.
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Mine was pretty bad, you had to use both at same time must have been real rough.

Big thanks to BlackOmega, you ever need anything let me know, glad I found this thread
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Mine was pretty bad, you had to use both at same time must have been real rough.

Big thanks to BlackOmega, you ever need anything let me know, glad I found this thread
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Pio still needs a board .

I still got you in mind
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What program are you going by when you measure temps, when I use MBM5 it only reports one core, Core Temp will show both cores but one is always 4C-5C higher than what is showing in MBM5

To who ever suggested using a credit card to straighten bent pins, I owe you one, had some bent pins on a 4800 I've been working on and off for 4 days now and the credit card did the trick
I use HWmonitor.

ny driver, it's not unususal to see a small difference in core temps as long as they are within about 3 to 5C of each other on average. If you experience something like I did with my 165 (21C difference), you have a real problem. After delidding it, this went away and temps were much improved but think I may have damaged a transistor on the chip during the delidding, so beware if you decide to do this. It still works but noted things like Super PI are extremely slow and doesn't clock nearly as well as it had before.
Haven't fooled with it since but believe it may be possible to fix it with a pencil or some really fine soldering. If anything, it's now a cool running, useable chip that's in no danger of cooking itself at stock voltage.
Edited by Kryton - 1/21/10 at 6:25pm
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I use HWmonitor.

ny driver, it's not unususal to see a small difference in core temps as long as they are within about 3 to 5C of each other on average. If you experience something like I did with my 165 (21C difference), you have a real problem. After delidding it, this went away and temps were much improved but think I may have damaged a transistor on the chip during the delidding, so beware if you decide to do this. It still works but noted things like Super PI are extremely slow and doesn't clock nearly as well as it had before.
Haven't fooled with it since but believe it may be possible to fix it with a pencil or some really fine soldering. If anything, it's now a cool running, useable chip that's in no danger of cooking itself at stock voltage.
In case you don't remember.....about a month or so ago I had a little delidding incident where I apparently damaged the memory controller so now my 170 only posts with single channel memory configuration. I was hoping to find someone to do some very delicate soldering (probably under a microscope) to attempt a repair, and that someone qualified would think it sounded like a fun challenge. The only reason I operated on it in the first place was because I was all worried about it hitting mid 60's under testing while it was overclocked 1000MHz and I was using an ACfreezer64pro......I feel kinda dumb about that and it'd be great to get it repaired.
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In case you don't remember.....about a month or so ago I had a little delidding incident where I apparently damaged the memory controller so now my 170 only posts with single channel memory configuration. I was hoping to find someone to do some very delicate soldering (probably under a microscope) to attempt a repair, and that someone qualified would think it sounded like a fun challenge. The only reason I operated on it in the first place was because I was all worried about it hitting mid 60's under testing while it was overclocked 1000MHz and I was using an ACfreezer64pro......I feel kinda dumb about that and it'd be great to get it repaired.
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you are a real funny guy....................
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you are a real funny guy....................
Hueristic tells me some members including my self have offered suggestions that you either don't understand or more or less disregard all together. Some one asked you if you could post a high res image of the damage on the chip and I don't think I ever saw one. It might be difficult to determin if a repair could even be done in the first place just by here say as to what you interpret as being damaged. Images can and do speak for them self when it comes to questions like yours. If you can't take a picture you could use a flat bed scanner as blitz mentioned. Either way I don't think any one is gonna want to work on a CPU just for the heck of it w/out any payback or trade off.
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