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Add me woooo

Edit: woot added myself lol
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Edited by Gnomepatrol - 5/27/10 at 7:42am
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post #9242 of 28303
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that is just beautiful... "I wish i had a mirror to look at my self everyday.. just like that" LOL

but I'd remove that thermal paste from the picture... its in the way of the mirror =P
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Originally Posted by tlxxxsracer View Post
did you lap the h50? if so, did you lap it with the pump and everything attached to the block? i would suggest taking the copper block off, because thats alot of weight from the pump when lapping. you get a better finish and its easier having the block off. but then again, yours isnt modded, so you really couldnt .....

uhhhh, just to clarify = "YES" you can Lapp the Head/block, even if it isn't modd'd ! ! For i have done so
(picture is of result's); Best way i found was to hold the Head/block and have the Radiator wrapped with
a towel and then have it attatched/something to wrap around's your arm of the bicep area; so basically,
you have it all on the one arm, then commence to Lapp....

...{ this finish is even Better than What was there to begin with, even BETTER (lower) Temp's ! ! }...


mr-Charles .

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Edited by mr-Charles - 5/27/10 at 9:47am
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Which sandpaper you guys use to lap it like that? My paper all it did was to leave some marks, no mirror as it should(the paper I used says P150, don't know if that matters).
    
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post #9245 of 28303
Just another HAF painted and a H50 with 2 R4's in push pull



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Wow, how did you manage to lap it that good? Mine doesn't look mirrored-like, and the sandpaper left scratches on my H50. What paper did you use?
About the paper... I used 3 types:

400 (5 minutes)
600 (10 minutes)
1200 (15 minutes)

This was my first, and old video YouTube- Cooler Lapping by: http://overclockmt.blogspot.com/






Quote:
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Also, a suggestion to those who were thinking of removing the stock TIM for AS5, don't do it I got a couple of degrees increase by using the AS5.
hmm.. I didn´t read anything about that. Thank

Quote:
Originally Posted by tlxxxsracer View Post
did you lap the h50? if so, did you lap it with the pump and everything attached to the block?
I removed the pump, but, you can lap with it, I don´t see any problem.


Quote:
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that is just beautiful... "I wish i had a mirror to look at my self everyday.. just like that" LOL

but I'd remove that thermal paste from the picture... its in the way of the mirror =P
lol

The temps dropped about 3º CF FULL and about 6º CF in Idle.
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Which sandpaper you guys use to lap it like that? My paper all it did was to leave some marks, no mirror as it should(the paper I used says P150, don't know if that matters).

...you start off with the coarse stuff, ( aka...600 to 800 grit),.....then move on to Finer grit, (aka...1000 to 1600);
......to get to the "mirror" finish look, you'd need to get to the Very Fine grit, (aka...1800 to the 2200 grit scale)....
...just remember,(with the coarse grit), = NOT too much pressure or you will have taken too much of the copper away...

...Hope this shed's some light for an answer to your question.....


mr-Charles .

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...you start off with the coarse stuff, ( aka...600 to 800 grit),.....then move on to Finer grit, (aka...1000 to 1600);
......to get to the "mirror" finish look, you'd need to get to the Very Fine grit, (aka...1800 to the 2200 grit scale)....
...just remember,(with the coarse grit), = NOT too much pressure or you will have taken too much of the copper away...

...Hope this shed's some light for an answer to your question.....


mr-Charles .

.
yah when i lap, i usually use like < 200 grit to even out the base [sometimes its convex or concave] then move to like 400 to smooth that out.. then 800.. then 1000.. 1500.. 2000.. shine with brasso then *drool* xD there are ones even more fine than 2000.. its like 10 microns or something? iunoe. but 2000 grit is fine with me. good enough.

use of some water during lapping may help reduce some of the bumpyness too xD
 
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I currently have 2 red led Coolermaster r4's rated at 90cfm/19dbs. I would like a comparable or better fan that has either red or Blue LED's. What are my options?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835129244

or

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060

or

stick with the r4's.
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