Freeze and pull lightly and use that knife method. Sign in 5 Loading... Now, how to I scrape of the arctic silver residue from the memory chips? Thanks Para Parabellum, Jan 12, 2004 Parabellum, Jan 12, 2004 #10 Jan 12, 2004 #11 diredesire [H]ardness Supreme Messages: 4,517 Joined: Feb 18, 2003 IMO it's dangerous, thats why i weblink
Full Review Tt eSPORTS Ventus Z Ergonomic Laser Gaming Mouse with 2-Zone RGB... Then it just popped away! Member Offline Activity: 51 Re: Any ideas to remove glued on heatsinks November 01, 2014, 07:22:06 PM #9 When you discover what will remove the glue, let us know.I'd try d-limonene Not sure, if you're paranoid about using it just use a hairdryer. NomNom's System (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi7 860 @ 4ghzASUS P7P55D PROMsi 7950G.skill Ripjaws 2GB x 4OSPowerCaseWin7Corsair 1000HXNZXT http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/124564/how-can-i-remove-a-heatsink-that-is-stuck-to-a-component-soldered-onto-the-pcb
Loading... TheXenomex 1,049 views 1:01 Unusual Dell Laptop with an Unusual CPU Cooler - Duration: 8:42. If the CPU does not turn, apply more heat to the heatsink. Anyway Parabellum Parabellum, Jan 13, 2004 Parabellum, Jan 13, 2004 #17 Jan 13, 2004 #18 Parabellum [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,893 Joined: Nov 4, 2001 I SUCCEEDED!!!
I then used a sharp utility knife and applied a little force juste beneath the ramsinks. Just get it warm - not hotter than it would be when operating. Thanks :) –George Aug 9 '14 at 12:23 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote To assist in removing heatsinks that are held in Remove Heatsink From Motherboard Add to Want to watch this again later?
If you glue a heatsink to a heatsink just willy-nilly you would probably not get a good contact, and could even block the airflow that the original heatsink needs to operate. They fell off almost instantly!! There is a very good chance that any components you attach with Arctic Silver Thermal Adhesive will stay attached forever.
The warmth of the heat sink will soften the thermal paste.
Now to get the white blubbery gunk off the heat sink... How To Safely Remove Heatsink From Processor I wasn't so careful, I used a razor blade, gently sliced through as much as I could, then slid a butter knife in to pop some sinks off.. feelingshorter, Jan 13, 2004 feelingshorter, Jan 13, 2004 #14 Jan 13, 2004 #15 blackhex Bad Trader Messages: 452 Joined: Jan 7, 2004 You break one off? I've tried this and really, really, didn't like all that cold stuff splashing around. (Much scarier than my razor blade suggestion.) A regular freezer works for me.
Thread Tools Display Modes #1 03-23-2003, 12:04 AM DougC Guest Join Date: Mar 1999 PC Tech: Removing Glued-On Heatsink? - - - I have a videocard with an check over here going blue. (61 photos) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi7 3770 @ 4.3 GHzASRock Z77E-ITXGTX 660 Ti + Accelero Mono Plus, 1.875VG.Skill Ripjaws X 16GB at 2133MHz 9-10-11-28-1T...Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCoolingCrucial m4Hitachi TravelStar 2.5" SATA IIIIntel Cpu Stuck To Heatsink How To Remove It should turn the epoxy into a gummy goo. Cpu Fused To Heatsink The kit was cheap and that's why I went for it.
Twisting seems scary! Stuffed Goodness (OLD) (16 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel Core i5 2500K @ 5Ghz @ 1.48v P8Z68-V 2x HD68508GB Crucial DDR3Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCorsiar F40Western Digital 1TBYESSwiftech Apogee http://wowtechminute.com/how-to/how-to-remove-dvd-drive-from-pc.html I tried to heat it up by leaving it behind a working X3, figuring maybe that owuld be hot enough, but that didn't work. Thanks for voting! Sign in to make your opinion count. Heatsink Stuck To Motherboard
Just hold it upside down so you get liquid out and spray a very small amount directly on the center of the heatsink. Carefully, slide the blade between the sink and memory, then gently twist. Loading... check over here If you really want to be a cooling hound attach a small 486 sized CPU fan to it.
heatsink glue share|improve this question asked Aug 9 '14 at 0:04 George 7261827 5 Instead of trying to subtract the heat sink, Why not just add a fan? –EM Fields How To Remove Cpu From Heatsink View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2017Enthusiast Inc. Reply Reply post #8 of 41 1/4/13 at 9:03am NomNomNom 3.5ghz Joined: Apr 2010 Location: Canada Posts: 1,557 Rep: 65 (Unique: 59) Trader Rating: 4 Select
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed What I did is used a 1.0mm Watchmakers' Screwdriver, and forced it in the small gap between the heatsink and the CPU. Ask the mods or admins to move Dogie's spam or off topic stalking posts to the link above. How To Remove Cpu Thermal Paste I don't want to break the card either.
I had a lot of apprehension about Radeon because of myths surrounding it, most of it... User Name Remember Me? Also the canned air allows you to freeze it quickly and repeatedily without actually putting it in the freezer, just watch your fingers. 101, Jan 13, 2004 101, Jan 13, this content good luck's all i gotta say.
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