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post #11 of 17
how exactly did you de-pin it?
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I've got a couple dead 478 chips and maybe a 775 or two that I've been wanting to do this with.

Nice photos!
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post #13 of 17
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how exactly did you de-pin it?
Took a box cutter/razor blade and put between the pins. Then bend the pins back and forth until they snap off.
I started at the corner diagonally, but it wasn't working too well, so once I got 1 complete side cleared off, I took them 1 row at a time.

For example, in this pic:

I have two rows of 6 pins, so I would put the blade behind the end 6, snap them off and move on to the next 6.


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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
I've got a couple dead 478 chips and maybe a 775 or two that I've been wanting to do this with.

Nice photos!
Thanks

775's are easier to do; if I had realised that 478's aren't LGA I would have used a 775 chip instead, but I think the 478 looks nicer because it's squarer and doesn't have that step in the IHS.
Edited by [Adz] - 1/24/11 at 2:39pm
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I'm lazy, and spotted an already-done 775 P4 keyring on eBay for £3.99 inc delivery, so I bought it, to put my 5 USB drives on (one 8GB data storage, 2GB data storage, 2GB xboot, 2GB utilities, 512MB spare drive). Maybe my house keys if I can be bothered.
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I'm lazy, and spotted an already-done 775 P4 keyring on eBay for £3.99 inc delivery, so I bought it, to put my 5 USB drives on (one 8GB data storage, 2GB data storage, 2GB xboot, 2GB utilities, 512MB spare drive). Maybe my house keys if I can be bothered.
That's exactly my plan too - keeping all my USB's on
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That is very nice, been wanting 1 for like 2 years, cant find 1 around here to buy coz i dont wanna pay shipping from UK.
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post #17 of 17
I'll post a pic of mine when it comes.
Its easier to do with the newer CPUs as they're easier to drill through. The old ceramic ones are quite tough and will often shatter, from what I've seen.

I was going to use a Pentium 3 650MHz, but I saw this 775 one and thought "stuff it". I think the CPU is a P4, but I'm not quite sure.

EDIT: It's here and it's a Core 2 Duo E6300
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