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Drop 12c load temp is very good.
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by Poisoner View Post
You have to lap the 212+ to get good performance out of it.
Terrible idea, if you break through the copper pipes then you might as well use call it the hyper 212 sheet paperweight.
    
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I dont recommend lapping a direct touch heat pipe heat sink. The copper pipes are not very thick and you could cause serious damage, also the hyper 212 is not flat on the bottom it was designed for the copper pipes to touch the cpu. Ive seen articled were people have had success just putting a small dab on each pipe and letting the weight of mounting it spread it.
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Terrible idea, if you break through the copper pipes then you might as well use call it the hyper 212 sheet paperweight.
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-1. lol
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Oh God I seriously hope you're being super sarcastic.
All of you are wrong. Anyways, how can taking a fraction of a mm destroy copper heat pipes. Evidently you either have never lapped something, or lapped whatever it was wrong. Quit spreading lies about lapping.
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Originally Posted by Poisoner View Post
All of you are wrong. Anyways, how can taking a fraction of a mm destroy copper heat pipes. Evidently you either have never lapped something, or lapped whatever it was wrong. Quit spreading lies about lapping.
Do you want to know what happens when you lap HDT heatsinks?
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post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by aldfig0 View Post
Do you want to know what happens when you lap HDT heatsinks?
It's all going over your head. I lapped my 212+, I know what I am talking about. It has a rough bottom and needs to be lapped.
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