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can you take the heat spreader off a prescott easily and if so can you use air cooling on it? will a 775 socket HSF still hold tight down on it? and if so again why is there a IHS to begin with?
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Originally Posted by Some_Idiot2
That is only true for older processors. And actually, the IHS wasn't soldered to the core, just the processor board.
Most processors now-a-days are attached with this black gluish stuff around the edges of the processor, and there is a little bit of thermal paste between the IHS and the core.
There are small gaps in between the glue where you can put an exacto knive under the IHS so you can cut the glue from the processor board. But this is dangereous because the exacto knife may damage the copper in between the CPU board and the pins.
Youre thinking of AMDs. Prescotts and newer have the IHS soldered to the die. Tomshardware has some horror pics of one they tried to remove and it took half the die with it.
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phase was on my 670 es, i run air right now ill do water in a bit but dryice and ln2 come first. also id like to add that removing your ihs takes a lot more then the normal user has in hand...u HAVE to remove the top bracket from your LGA 775 socket just to get contact with the die...it took me 4 cpu's to figure out how to remove a ihs..plus a call to a undisclosed intel tech that relayed info to me about the solder's melting point helped here is what i use... 1 micro holding stand for hobby use, 1 jewler oxy/acet torch with #1 tip, 1 flat edge micro pry tool, and 1 set of really good nerves, u HAVE to remove the ihs when the back side of the cpu hit's no more then 78*c if u pass 78*c even 1*c then u hit the danger zone of killing the cpu for good...i cant stress to u the matter of this enuff...please do not try to do this if u dont fully beleave that u can pull this off and in no way/shape/or form is Overclock.net ot Me responsable for what ever happens to ANY of your hard ware if u attempt this.
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Originally Posted by Remonster
I am with crimsonmango, check newegg, the 920-950 run at 800FSB with 2.8-3.4GHz clock speeds, only the 955XE has a 1066FSB.
Is there really that big of a difference with using a 1066bsb? Is there even DDR2 RAM that can run 1:1 with that? Or is it just shipped out with a divider?
    
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Check out this review http://www.linkforcecorner.com/nephp...p?m=show&id=10

it shows the diff in bandwidth while running 1:1 and with a devider.

1 more thing to add...if u do get the ihs off the new 775 chip's and it still run's u have to remove the top bracket from the 775 socket..and for good measure i removed the lever also..if u dont then u will toast your chip as soon as u hit the power button
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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
Heh, could've sworn someone posted something here saying all the 900 chips ran 1066FSB... Oh well, just another reason not to waste your money on them.
can i just ask why you're posting in the intel forum spreading your opinions against their processors, and then making statements that are false about their processors?


i'm not trying to flame you, but PLEASE do your research before saying certain things about new products



and you should see the cedar mill chips - 661 chips have been doing 5.3ghz and above with WATER COOLING - now is that a hot chip?



also... just a small FYI for anyone that wants to get drooling - the 955XE a friend has set aside for me does 4.9ghz with LOW VOLTAGE with the stock heatsink, and it doesn't have any cold boot problems either i wanna see your 148 touch some of my benches when i get it
    
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