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Cl455icCh4o5

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has anyone on here lapped their processor?
got a q6600 and the difference between two of the cores is about 10'C
i've re-applied the tim this brought it down a bit to around 8'c
so next im going to lap it
just wondered what sort of results people have had lapping at home??
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I've lapped heatsinks on several occasions, but not the heat spreader itself. The greatest heat reduction I've obtained was on the order of 8C, which was good since I was overclocking at the time.


Lapping the heat spreader is pretty much the same thing.

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