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The difference in results could be due to the fact your base is mirror lapped and mine is stock. But, yeah, I think that the base thickness and mass array of pins both contribute to the minimalistic affect of nozzle applications.

Once I'm done with my WB comparisons, I'll test lap and bow results.
Yeah, looking forward to your results. I like the industrial quality/all copper construction of the V8 and have been thinking about buying one at some point.
    
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Fstfrddy does superb work, after my first V6 I was addicted.

Might as well inform you guys now, those WB results won't be ready until the 12th or 13th.
I was never satisfied with the ASRocks temp sensor readings, and I discovered a few
discrepancies/oversights while compiling the data for post. So, rather than compromising the
integrity of my test results I started over from scratch.

Opteron is up ATM and the e6600/Gigabyte P35-DS3R will hit the rack on the 3rd.
2 CPU platforms x 3 WB's = 432hrs burn in.
  
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Nice!!! cant wait to see the results....
Dam Dryadsoul..you sure do love testing dont you Lol
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ROFLMAO........try spending 1,000hrs just testing WB's with a significant-other.:***:

It's grand to be single!
  
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ROFLMAO........try spending 1,000hrs just testing WB's with a significant-other.:***:
LOL...so true but I think mine is something more like:
Wife - :swearing:
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Me - :***:

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