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Like the other guy said, you only get about 3c out of it.
The guy who got a 3C decrease is the OP and thats because the Chip was pretty flat before he started. If you do an Intel chip you could easily decrease the temps by 5-10c
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post #12 of 13
what if u used a cnc milling machine on a dry run to lap your cpu?
Edited by Rustynails - 1/7/11 at 8:08pm
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so any one? well if some one could tell me how much material you remove maybe i can test it out
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