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post #3831 of 4653
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Yeah you mentioned lapping the IHS gives a 5-10'C drop. You should've added in, lapped cpu+lapped HSF = 5-10'C would've made more sense that way.
Yes, you are right. I apologize for being misleading. ~5C is more realistic for IHS lapping. ~10 is not.
    
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Did you manage to remove the IHS?

Also if I recall from one of my older mods, all 775 processors IHS is soldered in the middle to the core of the chip. I remember using a heat gun up to 96'C to melt the solder in between the IHS and the cpu core to remove it, but I chipped it off instead of sliding it off slowly as I heated it up, the end resulting in the whole core removed

And also regarding to one of Pizzamans post, where you can cut the sides of the IHS through the glue, that is 478 days, not 775. Unlike 478 where the sides are glued and middle is thermal pasted, 775 is soldered in the middle core, making a bit more difficult to remove. Most people don't remove IHS off current LGA775 cpu's as they run cooler then their cousin counterparts 478, therefore making it not necessary to head towards extreme measures.
The lower end Intel chips are not soldered.
    
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The lower end Intel chips are not soldered.
Any idea from which ones? The first generation C2D series?
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I believe pretty much most the 65nm procs didn't have solder. So far I believe all the "Pentium" models are not soldered. I haven't seen anyone confirm this yet though. Another member here start to remove the IHS, but cut into the PCB before he was able to cut throught the glue and quit.


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i tried to remove the ihs, to get some better temps, i hadnt even cut throught the glue yet, and sliped cut in the the pcb abit. now the motherboard acts as if there is no cpu in it when its there .

oh well, least i got a decent deal on the new cpu, just have to wait for it to get here form usa, and il be good to go, and this 1 is having the ihs left on lol.
Maybe if markp1989 could confirm this for us....
    
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post #3835 of 4653
Nope I've tried the P4 670 and PD 806, both soldered.
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Nope I've tried the P4 670 and PD 806, both soldered.
Yea, I wouldn't know about those. I skipped out on that part of Intel's history. I was referring to C2D Pentiums.
    
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Nope I've tried the P4 670 and PD 806, both soldered.
This thread says the E5200 isn't soldered.
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This thread says the E5200 isn't soldered.
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This thread says the E5200 isn't soldered.
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Yay i got my e5200 stable and happy @ 4Ghz 333x12 with 1.42 volts in bios and 1.38 load. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=739706
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Ehmm what position do i get? huh?
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