I would like to know if there is a way to restore the "perfect flat" surface of a heatsink(the part that actually comes in contact with the CPU). Like if it had small grooves in it or something, how could I fix that?
Lapping is taking a very fine piece of sandpaper and making the surface super flat and shiny It will also transfer heat better, But you cannot lap the heatsink to much for really deep grooves or it might fit loose, but under normal lapping conditions it will not be loose. You can get lapping kits on frozencpu.com website.
I know how many. That is why I told them to look at the kits it will say what it is.
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