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Originally Posted by aweir View Post
It turns out the cpu is NOT overlapped. The Tuniq's FAN is hitting the motherboard's chipset cooler. There is about a millimeter difference, that's what's causing the scraping sound. I have figured out how the solve this problem...by placing a washer at the top of the Tuniq at each of the four screws to raise the fan higher. Sorry for jumping to conclusions but that was my first thought--the CPU because I lapped it.
Very creative solution............ that deserves +rep.
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My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel E6600 (LL629A) DFI BLOOD IRON P35-T2RL Diamond HD3870 GSkill ( 2x1G) DDR2-800 HZ's 
OSMonitorKeyboardCase
Windows XP Home (OEM) Sceptre 22" + Sceptre 20" Logitech G15 XG VIPER ( hey, it was free.) 
Mouse
LOGITECH MX518 
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