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post #41 of 120
Might as well get mine in here.








A little more discreet.



She's so cute and fat. A bit like an upside-down spider.
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In response to karan.t.. They are using the bolt through for the mounts on there true's..
    
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Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
Pennies are now 97.5% zinc which is a weaker compared to iron or a steel washer.

If you do not intend on removing that heatsink for a prolonged period, the penny may tend to compress causing a loss in the amount of pressure which the mod originally intended on providing. Although this would be vary minimal, the mod would still provide more pressure with the compressed penny than the stock method.
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Originally Posted by FusionFX View Post
Pennies are now 97.5% zinc which is a weaker compared to iron or a steel washer.

If you do not intend on removing that heatsink for a prolonged period, the penny may tend to compress causing a loss in the amount of pressure which the mod originally intended on providing. Although this would be vary minimal, the mod would still provide more pressure with the compressed penny than the stock method.
I thought they were pure copper, so a few weeks ago, when I intended to do this mod, I lapped the penny (for ultimate performance!) only to find it was like aluminium inside
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Don't use pennies, I used one for two weeks and it compressed.




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post #46 of 120
Excellent pics!

+1

I am going to do this when I get a new cpu or do a reseat.
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post #47 of 120
Could you give us a more zoomed out picture Marin?
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post #48 of 120
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Could you give us a more zoomed out picture Marin?
Look to the left of Lincoln's neck. The compressed area is clear in the first picture.

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I thought they were pure copper, so a few weeks ago, when I intended to do this mod, I lapped the penny (for ultimate performance!) only to find it was like aluminium inside

Defacing (or lapping in this case in this case) currency is against the law in both our countries... lol
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Look to the left of Lincoln's neck. The compressed area is clear in the first picture.
Lol, he's being sarcastic.
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post #50 of 120
The way i did mine was a little different. I used 2 pennies
1 on each side of the brace as to support it all evenly.
Here is quick picture i just took to try and explain my way.
I took picture with PC on and running and with a phone squeezing it in LOL.



Keep in mind there are 2 pennis the other is on the opposite side underneath the same brace. I am pretty sure i will not see any compression taking place because of a screw forcing pressure down on the penny. It is an even applied force on the whole penny.
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