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  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    oh yeah now i get it haha:roll:

    you just didn't quote anything :laugh:

    and yeah, gotta love it when you're testen:-D
     
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    You mean that's only temporary? Awww ;)
     
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    nja, sometimes i do this [​IMG]

    and other times its just on the table,:cool:
     
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    Ha it`s on the cap in pic 1 on the pcb of the cpu in pic 2 and on the fan wire in pic 3...:toast::toast:
     
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    Ha well I just got a few layers of paper towels and used that hold the pins. But I still got some rubbing compound and stuff on the pins, and bent a few but I was able to bend them back and cleaned the pins with rubbing alcohol and a toothbrush
     
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    The cubs game
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    Could you just use the plastic thing it comes in for lapping it? It has the black foam in it to protect the the pins.Nice job on it too ,Let us know how much of drop in temps it brings.:rockout:
     
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    thx for the tip dude, i might do it with my 965, but only if i get my hans on another cpu, so if something happends under lapping i still have a cpu haha:roll:

    oh yeah thought about that, but i threw mine away:nutkick:
    so i gues ill be using v12dock's advice
     
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    Here's a Samsung GDDR5 chip off of one of my 5850's.

    [​IMG]
     
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    i lapped my AMD CPUs I didn't have any problems at all. I used the foam that came with the CPU(what it ships in) and put that over the pins and tried to keep ahold of the sides of the chip and not the pins. lapped 2 AMDs (5kBE,4850e) and no Intel chips (yet)
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    that didn't work for me as the plastic rubbed the sand paper and kept the chip from touching it... btw i got about 5-7c drop (IIRC)
     
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    Teh secks. Nice shot.
     
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    niceness^^ but i do not have that foam, so i'll just use som paper,
    but that looks very nice, which grids do you use?
     
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    Ha look at this computer Dell P4 i think,Look at the dust,then look at my system which has more dirt.The guy with the Dell said he could not figure out why it would not boot look at the arc from static it left hahaha

    I took of the side panel, find this Yikes run it is super HAIRY COMPUTER FUZZBALLS :eek:







    PS I am using a Kodak 8.0 Mega Pixels camera for the shots.
     
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    omg dude that is sooo nasty, i hate hairy pc's, and other things
     
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    LOL Yeah I sold him an old AMD Socket A Palomino :)

    I see in this thread about smokers and air compressors for cleaning out stuff,Well I used my 40 hp air compressor to clean out my system yesterday and look at the cooler,I find a way to take the fan off I will soak that 9700NT in warm soapy water.


    Here is my old socket A Palomino :) which is still running up on my workbench :roll:
     
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    RII GENE in effect:respect:

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    you show yours, i'll show you mine :rockout:

    it is sold though

    man i miss that board, prob, the BEST m-atx board i've ever owned :respect:

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    No doubt, even though I only used mine for less than two weeks. Before I sold my 920, needed those extra bucks.
    But I should be i7 again by the begining of Jan.
     
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    yeah me too, but i'm in the p55 dilemma, dunno witch to buy now :twitch:
     
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    stated with 800>1000>1500>2000
     
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    ey thx dude :cool:
     
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    Go X58, what if you want Hexa core:D. You'll be struck with p55.
    If i have my facts straight.
     

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