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Default S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

Hi all, I thought I would try a delide on my "defective" E8600. At least I thought it was...
Of course this serie has soldering beneath the IHS. I thought I'll take the "risk" and see what happens.

This is the E8600 before deliding.



This is where I placed it in Der8auers delide tool.



After deliding it I noticed the Soldering was softer then I expected. I could remove it a bit with my nail.



The die might have survived the "trip".



After cleaning it I settled with this.



I thought I would still do a quick test on a slower REX (I thought it would not work anyway but still, what the heck...).



Oops it was still working!
Or working again?

Anyway: Deliding it was succesfull because the soldering seems to be soft enough or I was extremly lucky.
Trying it is (of course) on your own risk!
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

Nice, I was wondering if this tool worked for 775. I haven't seen any gains for valids (FSB and core) yet on delidding though (only tried a few conroes so far).
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I don't know if there is anything to gain, but now it is possible to try gaining some more MHz...
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

I reckon the effect will be bigger on the low-cache CPUs that are not soldered.
Some E21_0s that I had gained more than 20c under LinX after spending 5 years on the shelf.
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That's a massive rise in temps. I didn't test core MHz in benchmarks, but that is probably where gains will be.
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

Awesome That's great to know. I wanted to test that but didn't have time for it. Thanks for sharing!
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

It works great, thank you for your great tool.

Edit: Since the CPU ran a little hot (didn't make full contact under the IHS, I removed the glue:




Edit 2: I tried an OC with the CPU (idle CPUz testing)
It was supposed to be a binned CPU. Since it never worked before all scores are new.

Temps seem to be fine, 1.42v for CPU (and 1.46v for NB).



I am running it on air with a Zalman Cooler and an Airco at 35cm distance.
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

I tried deliding a second CPU (also E8600), it seems to have survived as well.
I will test it later, but it didn't always post so it could be hard to test.
I will show results in this post.

Edit:It seems successfuly delided (not tested yet)



For getting of the remains I used a credit card.
This CPU has a hole in one of the pins in the other side, so testing it is hard.
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do you think the gold pad is making worse transfer?
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Default Re: S775 Deliding (succesfull with delide die mate 2)

I will have to find out.
I was just tying and hoping it was actually working and got lucky.
I tested it on my 2 dead/half dead cpu's. So to really test I will need to delide a good cpu (which I didn't test on cold yet because my Cascade is still defective...).

The first cpu I delided did 635MHz fsb (after delide) and I know this board never went higher then 625 on the selected NB voltage.
Is that because it is a good cpu, or because it gets better temps?
I never tested the cpu before because it was RIP.
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