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Was lapping the BT a PITA?
Yes and no? It was a pain to get going but once it was moving it was fine. It would shutter around when I would be getting going and if I slowed down. Mostly it was the hand cramp from holding it. I grasped it by the block between the pipes and spread my hand to keep it stable. Good thing about it was the weight helped get it smooth faster and I could apply more pressure because I did not have worry about fragile pins. Use water or something else for lube as it helps. Not KY or AstroGlide you pervs.

I saw the screws that hold the block to the pipes and thought about taking it apart then thought better of it cause I did not want to fudge the integrety of the sandwiched parts. Maybe it is cool but I was not gonna try and have it mess up and then have fork out another 50+ bucks.

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Originally Posted by one43637
nice.

when you're at 36C idle, how loud, or fast i guess, do you have your case fans and CPU fan going?
CPU is 1300 RPMs and that is max for that fan on the Big Typhoon. Low RPMs by lots of flow. The case fans run at 2100 RPMs. I do not have a control for them. They are not loud though. Nice quiet CoolerMaster fans.

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