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Would lapping the CPU and H60 help at all or 1 or the other? I've never done anything like that before.
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Originally Posted by pretsam;13539467 
Would lapping the CPU and H60 help at all or 1 or the other? I've never done anything like that before.

Depends on how even your CPU and H60 are to begin with. You might see a big difference, or you might only see a few degrees difference.
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A good way to test is to stand a brand new razor blade on the surface. If you see a gap, then lapping would be good.
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about to get my h60 ill post pics of it when i do. however should i use the push or pull method or put two fans on it?
    
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about to get my h60 ill post pics of it when i do. however should i use the push or pull method or put two fans on it?

If you can, two fans in push/pull will benefit you the most.
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Originally Posted by superhead91;13541921 
If you can, two fans in push/pull will benefit you the most.

Yeah im thinking ill just buy another fan
    
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Yeah im thinking ill just buy another fan

Two of the same fans will do the best, but if you can't, try and get a better fan than the stock fan and use it as the push fan and the stock fan as the pull fan.
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Hmm... The rad on the hydro series coolers has a high fpi (fins per inch) so you want a fan with a good cfm rating. Ceadder seems to like his Yate loons a lot, but you've gotta be careful buying them, because there are good and bad Yates. I'm not sure which site sells the good ones and which site sells the bad ones, but I know it's been mentioned.
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