Mickey: Pentium 4 used TIM, not solder

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  1. OSdevr

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    I've recently been working on a project to figure out how to "decap" integrated circuits using cheap and available tools and chemicals. This has mostly been with smaller chips but I decided to do an old socket 478 Pentium 4 as a surprise to my followers. But I was surprised myself to find that the die wasn't soldered to the IHS and used TIM instead! I thought this was a recent trend and that Intel started using TIM because "the dies were becoming too small to solder." The Pentium 4's die...

    Pentium 4 used TIM, not solder