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As I pointed out to those who doubted my apparent ability to apply paste properly...



Peaks are 73.5c now @ 1.275v @ 3.9 on a slim 3x120 and mcp 35x with mx2 (5kw) crap paste by todays standards.

Head pressure most likely made the largest difference here.

For comparisons sake the bykski is 73c peak apples to apples on identical setup identically lapped.

HardOCP just did a video. Will be interesting to see if there findings line up with mine seeing as they have a bykski as well.
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So a dead heat against the Bykski when both are lapped. Interesting.
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So a dead heat against the Bykski when both are lapped. Interesting.

Yep seems I am limited by my setup in general and only way to improve anything is more radiator and quality paste at this point.
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