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So am I. Lap an HSF, the worst you are out $40 or so depending on the cooler.

Lap a CPU and warranty goes bye-bye especially if you damage it in the process.

All for what 1-3C decrease in temps?

Not worth it
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I just got a new OEM Q6700 with a VID of 1.1625v. It's the lowest I've seen around in a while. Do you think I'll be able to reach my goal of 4.0Ghz on water?
Where did you buy this? Batch #?
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Where did you buy this? Batch #?
It was from Newegg. I'll give the batch # tomorrow when I take it out to lap it.

Btw for those anti-lappers. I've lapped 10+ CPU's b4. I always run my CPU's at 1.5-1.55v 24/7 (Max OC) and I've never had any problems. Now I change CPU's pretty much every 1-2 years so I'm obviously not too concerned about it. For those of you who plan on keeping your CPU 5-10 years, I can understand your hesitation.
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It was from Newegg. I'll give the batch # tomorrow when I take it out to lap it.

Btw for those anti-lappers. I've lapped 10+ CPU's b4. I always run my CPU's at 1.5-1.55v 24/7 (Max OC) and I've never had any problems. Now I change CPU's pretty much every 1-2 years so I'm obviously not too concerned about it. For those of you who plan on keeping your CPU 5-10 years, I can understand your hesitation.
I am wondering myself because I just picked up an OEM Q6700 from Tigerdirect but I am still waiting on my Armor+ and a video card. Hope the VID is low since the VIDs on quads seem to be high as of late.
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I am wondering myself because I just picked up an OEM Q6700 from Tigerdirect but I am still waiting on my Armor+ and a video card. Hope the VID is low since the VIDs on quads seem to be high as of late.
Yea, that's why I'm happy with this VID. It's not THAT low but compared to of late yet it's fairly low.
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I actually lapped my Q66 because I was frsutrated with my TRUE's performance. It's actually MUCH easier than doing a heatsink. No water needed. You just sand it down and it's not awkward to hold, as long as you have the plastic cover on to protect the pins (guess they're not called pins anymore.. contacts?)
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lap away my friend. there is nothing like a mirror finish on the top of a CPU.
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Nice cpu you pulled from the VID lottery there.

Please add your information to the C2Q database, http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...fpo-batch.html

i'm interested in what week cpu this might be.
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I actually lapped my Q66 because I was frsutrated with my TRUE's performance. It's actually MUCH easier than doing a heatsink. No water needed. You just sand it down and it's not awkward to hold, as long as you have the plastic cover on to protect the pins (guess they're not called pins anymore.. contacts?)
I like to use masking tape/painters tape on the backside, and around front side at the edges of the bottom of the IHS so no particles can get under the IHS, but yah I have never heard of anyone destroying a modern cpu from lapping, in the old days it was very easy to do when they had pins you can bend but not anymore.
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I lap once heat becomes an issue, and usually thats within the first 2 weeks....

But Id do some testing first to see how high it will go first... then when you reach the point where heat is holding you back, you know its needed..

But nice VID
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