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mattkenn_4545
07-19-04, 06:07 AM
Just an idea that i had, would it be posible to use soder or something like that as a thermal compound. What i was thinking was somehow heat up the heatsink so the soder melted then install it quickly letting the soder harden around the core of the processor. Let me know what you guys (or gals) think.

astroguy
07-19-04, 06:20 AM
That would fry the processor... :retard:

mustrum
07-19-04, 07:14 AM
Try it out! :nanahump:
Oh well better don't it will most likely kill your CPU.

PsychoSy
07-19-04, 07:27 AM
See solder melt.
See solder achieve viscosity
See solder thinning under extreme heat
See solder run and drip from under the core
See solder come in contact with L1 & L2 bridges
SEE SMOKE AND PRETTY LIGHTS!!! :D

Drumphil
07-20-04, 07:25 AM
Just an idea that i had, would it be posible to use soder or something like that as a thermal compound. What i was thinking was somehow heat up the heatsink so the soder melted then install it quickly letting the soder harden around the core of the processor. Let me know what you guys (or gals) think.

No.

and there is an L in solder.

saturnotaku
07-20-04, 07:30 AM
See solder melt.
See solder achieve viscosity
See solder thinning under extreme heat
See solder run and drip from under the core
See solder come in contact with L1 & L2 bridges
SEE SMOKE AND PRETTY LIGHTS!!! :D

And now the Pentium 4/Athlon 64 edition!

See solder melt.
See solder achieve viscosity
See solder thinning under extreme heat
See solder run and drip from under the heat spreader
See solder come in contact with your motherboard
SEE SMOKE AND PRETTY LIGHTS!!! :D

Cota
07-20-04, 06:25 PM
Actually I tried that same thing a long time ago on an old duron 600 but the solder wouln't weld on the core much less on the aluminum heatsink, after sanding and cleaning both the cpu core and the heatsink I tried again and again but it just wouln't stick so I gave up. The duron still works btw.