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I built a rig for my friend with a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.73GHz and I used this thing to cool it, and it actually does a good job for such a hot CPU
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post #4972 of 6633
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Originally Posted by DeTTo View Post

but i've seen some pictures of lapped hyper 212 + on the net and it seems good, why do you think it will damage the pipes?

Do you want to make a better contact chip, making a more flat surface?

If you lap the heatipes trying to make a more flat surface you are making the heatpipes walls thinner.
It's not really means a huge improvement on the heatsink.
Also you will run on risk going too far damaging the heatpipes walls.

From my understanding, any improvement expected doesn't worth the risk trying to modify the heatsink and makes it better after factory construction.
Edited by edsai - 10/22/12 at 10:27am
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ok so if i dont lap my cooler base, how can i reduce the temperature of my CPU? i have putted a new thermal paste to the base like in this tutorial http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=170&Itemid=1&limit=1&limitstart=5 and my temperatures in load (intel burn test) are (in celsius not degrees) :



so if you have any idea how to reduce it, please smile.gif

my pc configuration is:

MB GIGABYTE GA P55 UD3
CPU Intel Core i5 750 overclocked to 3,4 GHz
Cooler is obvious smile.gif im really confused of it, because i think my cpu temperatures are so high :/

additional question, well if i dont lap cooler base, do you think that lapping the IHS of CPU will help?
Edited by DeTTo - 10/22/12 at 12:21pm
post #4974 of 6633
Don't just lap it right away. Inspect first. There was a batch of 212+'s long ago that needed lapping because the pipes weren't touching the CPU. Inspect your cooler to see if the surface is flat.

And inspect your CPU. Stand a blade on it and see if there's any gaps. It helps to have a light behind it to see the gaps.

Most coolers and Intel CPU's are pretty decent enough that they don't need lapping.
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post #4977 of 6633
when i had air cooling i did have 212 evo but i switched to watercooling now. but i do say this was a great product when i had it
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so i ordered a 660 ti last night. not sure how much heat it generates but i was wondering if i should still plan to turn my 212 so that its top to bottom rather than front to back. im not expecting any change in temps just wondering what would be the best overall choice (if it matters) also the top exhaust fan is slightly higher performance than my rear exhaust. so im wondering if orienting the 212 towards the top exhaust might just make the overall flow of air and exhausting of heat more efficient maybe. still got to see if i can even orient my 212 that way without interfering with my ram.

i might also move the top exhaust fan to the side of the case which would give me 2 side intakes right on top of the card. and put the stock fan from a corsair H50 in the top exhaust which would be the highest performance fan in my case if i did that. im pretty sure this new video card will be somewhat loud which means no point in trying to keep noise down to a whisper lol redface.gif


hmm. i might have an idea thats either dumb or possibly smart. i can take my SP120 and AF120 and do push/pull on the evo. then use stock evo fan for case exhaust and hope that isnt too loud to run my pc at night and not keep me up lol
Edited by Conspiracy - 10/24/12 at 11:00am
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i'd just leave it as it is, you don't need to turn it
   
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Originally Posted by Conspiracy View Post

so i ordered a 660 ti last night. not sure how much heat it generates but i was wondering if i should still plan to turn my 212 so that its top to bottom rather than front to back. im not expecting any change in temps just wondering what would be the best overall choice (if it matters) also the top exhaust fan is slightly higher performance than my rear exhaust. so im wondering if orienting the 212 towards the top exhaust might just make the overall flow of air and exhausting of heat more efficient maybe. still got to see if i can even orient my 212 that way without interfering with my ram.
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hmm. i might have an idea thats either dumb or possibly smart. i can take my SP120 and AF120 and do push/pull on the evo. then use stock evo fan for case exhaust and hope that isnt too loud to run my pc at night and not keep me up lol


let us know how it turns out. chinesethunda is the man with testing in his sig (great info), but I'll be curious in general about the combination of hardware in terms of overall heat generated, regardless of orientation. I will be ordering a 660 once the BF ads come out to see if price improves.
    
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