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Who cares about voiding warranties xD...doesn't matter with this chip anyways, new out of the box with defective spreader and stuff.... can't believe really, that edge/corner raised up like that actually fly that....So I have to do it. going to run to the store after while xD

watch its going to be like a 5-10c drop because it will actually be flat now/regardless of Finnish haha
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/12/15 at 10:17am
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Who cares about voiding warranties xD...doesn't matter with this chip anyways, new out of the box with defective spreader and stuff.... can't believe really, that edge/corner raised up like that actually fly that....So I have to do it. going to run to the store after while xD

watch its going to be like a 5-10c drop because it will actually be flat now/regardless of Finnish haha
I've seen some really bad lids and sinks...in some cases the two are polar opposites which is worst case because they are barely making contact...

On the subject of tim and location of the cores/modules shouldn't that mean the application of tim is more critical on these chips as opposed to others whos cores are more towards the center...I know the heat spreader should help balance this out but wouldn't more heat still dissipate better from directly over the cores than letting it dissipate across....just throwing out thoughts here but could that be why we see people do remount and sometimes gain or lose 10 to 15c...I mean that's a lot really
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I've seen some really bad lids and sinks...in some cases the two are polar opposites which is worst case because they are barely making contact...

On the subject of tim and location of the cores/modules shouldn't that mean the application of tim is more critical on these chips as opposed to others whos cores are more towards the center...I know the heat spreader should help balance this out but wouldn't more heat still dissipate better from directly over the cores than letting it dissipate across....just throwing out thoughts here but could that be why we see people do remount and sometimes gain or lose 10 to 15c...I mean that's a lot really

I'm serious Mines so bad every mount/remount is a bit different etc temp wise it seems like haha,
yeah raised up edge/corner is making it to where yeah it doesn't want to contact much in the middle.
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You could do it for a pretty decent deal...shouldn't even be that much really...not like you need the best/largest reservoir...nicest Pump etc.
some of the water blocks themselves are kinda pricey but some good deals, If I had a mill/lathe again, I could machine/drill out some of those/housing/fittings all that.

Telling you can DIY/rig up some stuff xD
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TBH, most of the cost will go for quality fittings.

Tip, some guys let go of their gear here at the marketplace. You should get a lot for the money if you check them.


In other news:

Will this explain my high temps?


Yea I should check this out.. and those scratches lol
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You could do it for a pretty decent deal...shouldn't even be that much really...not like you need the best/largest reservoir...nicest Pump etc.
some of the water blocks themselves are kinda pricey but some good deals, If I had a mill/lathe again, I could machine/drill out some of those/housing/fittings all that.

Telling you can DIY/rig up some stuff xD

You mean using an old aquarium pump etc ? XD lol

By the way anyone ever tryed or saw someone who tryed using some small engine radiators ?? like a scooter radiator llol, of course this would not likely fit in a case but I just had this idea smile.gif
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Yea I should check this out.. and those scratches lol
You mean using an old aquarium pump etc ? XD lol

By the way anyone ever tryed or saw someone who tryed using some small engine radiators ?? like a scooter radiator llol, of course this would not likely fit in a case but I just had this idea smile.gif
I seen some pictures of an old Buick radiator and a pond pump used on a test bench...it was pretty cool but it couldn't have been a clean setup..
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You could do it for a pretty decent deal...shouldn't even be that much really...not like you need the best/largest reservoir...nicest Pump etc.
some of the water blocks themselves are kinda pricey but some good deals, If I had a mill/lathe again, I could machine/drill out some of those/housing/fittings all that.

Telling you can DIY/rig up some stuff xD
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

TBH, most of the cost will go for quality fittings.

Tip, some guys let go of their gear here at the marketplace. You should get a lot for the money if you check them.


In other news:

Will this explain my high temps?


Yea I should check this out.. and those scratches lol
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Originally Posted by RJ-Savage View Post

You could do it for a pretty decent deal...shouldn't even be that much really...not like you need the best/largest reservoir...nicest Pump etc.
some of the water blocks themselves are kinda pricey but some good deals, If I had a mill/lathe again, I could machine/drill out some of those/housing/fittings all that.

Telling you can DIY/rig up some stuff xD

You mean using an old aquarium pump etc ? XD lol

By the way anyone ever tryed or saw someone who tryed using some small engine radiators ?? like a scooter radiator llol, of course this would not likely fit in a case but I just had this idea smile.gif

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Universal-Ford-Mopar-Fabricated-Aluminum-Radiator-31-x-19-x3-Overall-/150997710231?hash=item23282a3597&vxp=mtr

Not really that much more expensive than cpu equipment AND you can get some HELLISH fans for it.
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Pretty slick job there with some 800 grit xD,
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Pretty slick job there with some 800 grit xD,

It appears that you are lapping in only one direction, the CPU should turned 90 degrees every 20 to 30 repetitions.

Also, I do the 400 grit to 2000 grit lapping as described in many tutorials... (maybe I like shinny things)

The 7 or 8 CPU's I've lapped, have all been high on edges AND high in center...

Many blocks are convex, this so when you tight it down in the corners it will sit flat...

Sorry, I'm not taking my loop apart for a picture!
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Yup, I agree. I do it pretty much the same way. I've taken mine up to 3000 grit sometimes too. wink.gif
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It appears that you are lapping in only one direction, the CPU should turned 90 degrees every 20 to 30 repetitions.

Also, I do the 400 grit to 2000 grit lapping as described in many tutorials... (maybe I like shinny things)

The 7 or 8 CPU's I've lapped, have all been high on edges AND high in center...

Many blocks are convex, this so when you tight it down in the corners it will sit flat...

Sorry, I'm not taking my loop apart for a picture!

Oh I was turning it, just last round kinda went one way. took forever really, this one way was waaay too high around the edges.

and yeah seeing like 5-10c drops depending what I'm doing, not jumping up there real quick/as quick etc...wow really does work xD, I'll touch it up some more when h60 gets here, store didn't have anything over 800-1000 grit..
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/12/15 at 6:52pm
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