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post #11 of 15
This is exciting. Lapping is fun!
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by BloodThirstyEmu View Post
I love my setup. My problem is IM RUNNING 53C IDLE UNDERCLOCKED TO 2.1GHZ....... that isnt right!
With a Tuniq something is def way off. Originally I used the stock HSF on mine, but I was getting crazy temps also...ie 48-50idle, I couldnt OC at all with those temps, Heck I couldnt even put my CPU past 40%load.
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Well I lapped it, but it didn't give me the temps I want. Idle is 40C load is 45C
    
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post #14 of 15
While picking up the sandpaper, pick up the 3M polishing compound. Use it for sanding inbetween coats of paint too (for those case modders who are interested in a smoooooth coat).

The best stuff I know for final polishing is what jewelers use and it's called Fabuluster...

http://www.dadsrockshop.com/compounds_acc.html

The stuff shines like no other compound I've ever seen. I just crush some, dab it with a cloth, and polish with it if there's no buffers around.

Great thing is, it leaves almost no residue on the metal itself. Makes cleanup a breeze.
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Well I lapped it, but it didn't give me the temps I want. Idle is 40C load is 45C
is your water block lapped as well? and have you used that water block on a previous system? if so, what temps were you getting on it?
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