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post #11 of 68
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Looking good, knife. Anyone have anything they would like to contribute?
post #12 of 68
This is my Megashadow Lapped to 1600 grit
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Here is my E5200. Just a quick lap with grits starting from 240 and ending at 800. Lowered load temps about 5C.

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don't have any pics but had 5 degree temp drop
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post #15 of 68
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Nice amg, 5c has been the average I've seen for temp drops. Has anyone experienced more than a 5c drop yet?

I was thinking about having a photo contest for the most creative shot involving your lapped cpu or heatsink. Anyone interested?
post #16 of 68
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Originally Posted by Hickeydog View Post
That's why you keep rotating the CPU/heatsink when you lap it. It will even itself out.
theres no way that accurate
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post #17 of 68
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theres no way that accurate
Still better than not rotating. Basically, it's the best home method aside from using some precise machine to do it. (BTW I wish some one did make a machine to do it I would buy it without thinking twice)
post #18 of 68
Im going to lap my 945 soon but im practicing on my old 3800+
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post #19 of 68
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Im going to lap my 945 soon but im practicing on my old 3800+

It's always good to practice first. After the first time you get a pretty good idea of what works and what you need to improve on next time. Just remember to not put pressure on it and rotate after about 30 passes. Make sure you have a cold beverage and some entertainment too. I've noticed its best to use a thick grit like 500 for getting the nickel off the cpu. I started using 800 and after an hour I was just barely getting the nickel off so it is ok to go down to 500. Good luck and dont forget to post some pics. PM me if you have any questions.
post #20 of 68
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Still better than not rotating. Basically, it's the best home method aside from using some precise machine to do it. (BTW I wish some one did make a machine to do it I would buy it without thinking twice)
Ive used a lapping machine in work a few times

wouldnt be much good fir a CPU though as it uses a liquid lapping compound.

but it gets it perfectly flat and as smooth as you like.
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