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jAkUp
12-29-06, 11:41 PM
My new CPU thanks to Lee63! And a beautiful finish! Once again thanks to Lee63 :D

Can't wait to see what this baby does (cheers)

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/attachment.php?attachmentid=23116&stc=1&d=1167452692

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/attachment.php?attachmentid=23115&stc=1&d=1167452692

lee63
12-29-06, 11:45 PM
Not bad for my first lap job, aye fellas (lee63)

baldbrad
12-29-06, 11:49 PM
Very nice:)

What is the process used in doing a lap dan....i mean a lap job(xmasgrin)

Im very interested in trying this out on an old Zalman cooler my friend gave me(no way am i trying it on something new(xmasgrin) )

LgEnder
12-30-06, 12:06 AM
I refuse to be impressed unless you lapped both sides. :angel:

But yeah, seriously, that looks pretty insane.

firehawk
12-30-06, 12:46 AM
it pretty. how'd yah bash your thumb?

Spartan 117
12-30-06, 01:18 AM
wow, thats really shining :)

jAkUp
12-30-06, 01:51 AM
it pretty. how'd yah bash your thumb?

I stubbed it.. man that hurt (xmastong)

RussianHAXOR
12-30-06, 02:03 AM
Nice, what are u gonna cool it with?

And uh...ithink we have the same reality tour mousepad =) i scored one from there.

jAkUp
12-30-06, 02:26 AM
Nice, what are u gonna cool it with?

And uh...ithink we have the same reality tour mousepad =) i scored one from there.

I am still on water but I am about a nanosecond away from phase...

Also, not much luck with OC'ing so far... currently running 3.63GHz and seems ok.. can't go much higher than that.

Temps are really good though.

eva2000
12-30-06, 03:24 AM
nice... very shiny compared to my half arsed lap jobs hehe

http://i4memory.com/reviewimages/motherboards/asus/680i_strikerextreme/680i_html/photos/680i_striker_123.jpg

Dazz
12-30-06, 05:20 AM
Depends it means better contact between the HS & HSF so better temps which in turn should mean better overclocking head room.

lee63
12-30-06, 12:46 PM
I'm thinking about lapping my QX6700 (lee63)

Marvel_us
12-30-06, 12:53 PM
Damn that looks nice. Nice job lee.

Let us know how it performs when you're done tweaking jakup.

Lazaredz
12-30-06, 01:22 PM
No doubt. Give us some before and after temps at the same speeds/voltages.

Thx

jAkUp
12-30-06, 06:06 PM
Still working on finding a good OC... seems a little quirky though... 3.66GHz was stable on one boot, now its not even possible.

Compared to my e6700 at the same voltage and clocks, temps are around 3-4c cooler. Not bad :D