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I'm using the Backplate that came with my motherboard. When I had my W/C kit from XSPC there was no AM3+ backplate included so I used the one that was with my motherboard which worked flawlessly until not.

The issue was the threads got damaged by the waterblock popping straight off as I un-screwed the bolt's which ended up destroying the threads and it now prevent's me from screwing in the bolt's all the way through the backplate.

Iv'e examined the backplate and the threads are damaged after all.

I will post a new thread tommorow with picture's of my lapped CPU and me trying to fix my backplate which should keep you guys entertained

Thanks for everyone's quick response's to this thread
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Good luck-hope it all works out quick and painless!!
    
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I'm using the Backplate that came with my motherboard. When I had my W/C kit from XSPC there was no AM3+ backplate included so I used the one that was with my motherboard which worked flawlessly until not.

The issue was the threads got damaged by the waterblock popping straight off as I un-screwed the bolt's which ended up destroying the threads and it now prevent's me from screwing in the bolt's all the way through the backplate.

Iv'e examined the backplate and the threads are damaged after all.

I will post a new thread tommorow with picture's of my lapped CPU and me trying to fix my backplate which should keep you guys entertained

Thanks for everyone's quick response's to this thread

If this plate has through holes,you could try turning the screws in from the backside to try and clean up the threads.
post #24 of 29
maybe there's some kind of air bubble in your loop?
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Iv'e fixed the threads, and Iv'e seriously bolted on the waterblock, soo much that it's slightly starting to bend my motherboard and the waterblock plate which there is now extreme pressure between the CPU and the W/C block.

Iv'e managed to shred at least 5C off but I still want it around 42C which was my previous tempature before I lapped my CPU.

Could this be a bad lap?
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post #26 of 29
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**UPDATE**

Once again, removed the CPU, I re-lapped around the edges and sides of the CPU which took 2 hours. Cleaned, fitted and re-seated W/C block and there was a big tempature difference.

4.0GHz @ 1.42V max load tempature is 43C and it dropped down to 39C max load when I opened my door for 10 minutes to put the washing on the line outside.

I think I could do a little more work on the lapping, but my fingers are in blisters after from yesterday and today
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Wow, nice temps. Glad you got everything fixed. Now to cure those hands, lol.
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Wow, nice temps. Glad you got everything fixed. Now to cure those hands, lol.
lol not quite done yet, looks like I'm going to get it back out again to continue lapping the sides of my CPU, I don't think the heat exchange between the CPU and the water block is good enough and it's taking the radiator's time to heat up under load with the fans off.

Look at my thread in the General Processors Discussion on the forum's.
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post #29 of 29
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**SOLVED**

New max load tempature is 37C

I copied that bloke from the video and sanded down my CPU with the sand paper Iv'e got like he did, then did the 8 digit sanding with the softer sand paper *without the mirror shine*

And wa la! problem solved! New load tempature is 37C from my previous problem's of 43C and 53C
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