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I_shot, can you use the embed a image, and upload your pics from your computer,
instead of using it linked to imageshack? takes ages to load, and i like to open pics in a new tab,
so i can adjust with zoom..its easier smile.gif


i still dont get why peeps try to lap the inside of the ihs, alot of hassle, and no real gains when doing so,
when you dont get it right, and its a bit uneven because of trying to lap it,
the pressure on the die when you re-assamble it will be different too, which can lead to damage,
what do they say, "when its not broken, dont try fix it" ? ..something like that i think it was ..lol
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haha that could apply to de-lidding too though tongue.gif

I got a package that has arrived for me at reception....can't be the CLU already surely 0.0!?
Just placed an order for the anti-static wrist band too - should come in next week
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haha that could apply to de-lidding too though tongue.gif

I got a package that has arrived for me at reception....can't be the CLU already surely 0.0!?
Just placed an order for the anti-static wrist band too - should come in next week

but delidding improves performance when done right,
20-30C tempdrop gives you alot more ocing headroom.. wink.gif
lapping ihs, or even the inside ihs, doesnt, 1-3C max, if any..
i would only lap the ihs if after everything temps where still high,
or difference between cores are still over 13-15C (concave ihs)
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600 grid paper.30 moves per corner. that was too much i think.lay the paper on a flat surface then move ihs on paper forward and backward
600 for a start, but 3000 for mirror like! wink.gif
What do you mean by '30 moves per corner'?

For the inner side of the IHS, I am still looking for something like a squared metal bar to be used as the flat surface (green one)

A and B would have to be of course smaller than the IHS. Forward and backward movement will be very limited, thus hard to stay flat...
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i still dont get why peeps try to lap the inside of the ihs
Because of poor contact (will check when delidded how it really is there under):

and because if I delid why not do the job till the end
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Originally Posted by TD 
haha that could apply to de-lidding too though tongue.gif
Bam! tongue.gif

Well, I will first see how the lapping of the easy side goes, and then decide if I do the other too...
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but delidding improves performance when done right,
20-30C tempdrop gives you alot more ocing headroom.. wink.gif
lapping ihs, or even the inside ihs, doesnt, 1-3C max, if any..
i would only lap the ihs if after everything temps where still high,
or difference between cores are still over 13-15C (concave ihs)

You sir are very correct!

As for the pictures of the other guy - I was going to say the same thing lol.
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Because of poor contact (will check when delidded how it really is there under):

and because if I delid why not do the job till the end

yes, like i said, if after all temps are still bad, maybe then,
but a Q. , how did your make that pressure point, by re-assemble everything, or just put some pressure on it by hand?
are your temps very bad now ? like way more compared to others?


job till the end??
theres no job after delid, normally you put it back together , and enjoy your new temps ..lol biggrin.gif
Edited by VonDutch - 1/31/13 at 7:03am
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As for the pictures of the other guy - I was going to say the same thing lol.

yea, so its not only me who noticed it..does it load slow for you also?
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yea, so its not only me who noticed it..does it load slow for you also?

Super slow!
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yes, like i said, if after all temps are still bad, maybe then,
but a Q. , how did your make that pressure point, by re-assemble everything, or just put some pressure on it by hand?
are your temps very bad now ? like way more compared to others?
Not delidded yet, I just removed TIM, put contact film instead and re-assembled NH-C14 back in place.
Edit: at load max core T° is 86/98°C, with 1.275V @4.5GHz
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job till the end??
theres no job after delid, normally you put it back together , and enjoy your new temps ..lol biggrin.gif
Delidding goal is to get a proper CPU right, not one with a concave IHS. wink.gif
But I agree, maybe I am going too far for nothing or very small improvement in the end.
Edited by BaK2BaK - 1/31/13 at 7:14am
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I_shot, can you use the embed a image, and upload your pics from your computer,
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so i can adjust with zoom..its easier smile.gif


i still dont get why peeps try to lap the inside of the ihs, alot of hassle, and no real gains when doing so,
when you dont get it right, and its a bit uneven because of trying to lap it,
the pressure on the die when you re-assamble it will be different too, which can lead to damage,
what do they say, "when its not broken, dont try fix it" ? ..something like that i think it was ..lol
2cents.gif

Got it. Yeah i give it a try but it failed me smile.gif

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Oh right! I was looking at time! :doh

I usually use IBT which is the same program really except the time/GFLOPS are around the other way tongue.gif

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600 for a start, but 3000 for mirror like! wink.gif
What do you mean by '30 moves per corner'?

For the inner side of the IHS, I am still looking for something like a squared metal bar to be used as the flat surface (green one)

A and B would have to be of course smaller than the IHS. Forward and backward movement will be very limited, thus hard to stay flat...
Because of poor contact (will check when delidded how it really is there under):

and because if I delid why not do the job till the end
Bam! tongue.gif

Well, I will first see how the lapping of the easy side goes, and then decide if I do the other too...

Same method as this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGSoDPTFTkY
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