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Your cores use only certain ones at a time. So one will be at 0%, and 2 or 3 will be 10-20%.


You always have differences cause your computer is always computing something.
But what if they're all at 0%?
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I think it's definitely worth the work for just about a 10-12c drop compared to my previous temps.
10-12c drop from lapping??? proof please??
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Yeah I already did received a RMA #. I'm just waiting for all my water cooling parts first. I don' really want to have to go through the trouble to set up my TRUE again and then disassemble it after.
I requested for an advanced replacement then sent mine in after.. temps are still higher than average though.. 4ghz @ 1.27v and one core goes up to 82c
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10-12c drop from lapping??? proof please??
See previous pages
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http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post10116787

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post10117077

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post10118040

Before / After

Idle
BF - AF
48 - 38 = 10c
46 - 35 = 11c
48 - 38 = 10c
48 - 38 = 10c

Load
BF - AF
65 - 53 = 12c
63 - 51 = 12c
63 - 51 = 12c
63 - 51 = 12c
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Dude, how did you do that? Enlighten me.
    
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Dude, how did you do that? Enlighten me.
Sand paper

Grit
800 - Start
1000
1500
2000 - Finish

I followed a CPU lapping guide mixed with some other guide, was a combination of dry and wet sanding. And I just moved up the grits as I seen fit after inspection.
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Great job on the lapping superadvan
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If I send you mine, can you do it? haha

I don't feel comfortable taking on something like that. Especially since the surface being level is far more important than how shiny it is.
    
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post #11700 of 28303
I just used a ruler since it has a flat edge to see how flat it was. It's not that hard to do. For each grit run the heatsink up and down 30 times (counting the up and down motion as one) then rotate 90 degrees again 30 times and repeat until you've made a full rotation. When starting with the lowest grit is when you should pay attention to flatness since it's the coarsest and will do the most work. The finer grits are for smoothness, evenness and finish.
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