Once the contacts have been fully insulated with tape, the super glue can be applied to the gap. Make sure to apply a well-measured dose of the glue so that only a modicum of glue ends up on the processor.
Applying super glue to the taped-off gap between the L1 contacts.
Close-up of the laser locks once filled with glue.
Removing The Tape And Remaining Glue
The super glue needs about 10 minutes to dry completely after it has been applied. Then, carefully remove the tape and use the scalpel to cautiously scrape away any excess glue.
Removing the excess glue between the L1 contacts with a scalpel.
- Socket A Radiates, Continued
- Step By Step
- Why The Pencil Trick Doesn't Work
- Here's The Trick - Masking The Contacts
- Applying The Super Glue - Insulating The Laser Locks
- A Second Masking: Applying Conductive Silver Lacquer To The L1 Contacts
- Test: Athlon XP 1900+ Overclocked At 2000+
- Multiplier And Voltage Settings
- False Steps
- Testing Procedures And Notes
- OpenGL Performance: Quake 3 Arena
- Direct3D Performance - DirectX 7: 3D Mark 2000
- MP3 Audio Encoding: Lame MP3
- SiSoft Sandra Benchmarks: CPU And Multimedia
- 3D Rendering: Newtek Lightwave
- Compiling Linux: Suse Linux 7.3 / Kernel 2.4.13
- 3D Rendering Performance: SPECviewperf 'Lightscape'
- Conclusion: Athlon XP 2000+ Performance Already Available