Thread: Lapping FTW
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Old 08-23-09, 09:29 AM   #68
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Default Re: Lapping FTW

Originally Posted by Toss3 View Post
Finding it hard to lap my i7 as it seriously hurts the resale value.
see and that's what I don't understand. It is to be assumed that there is no warranty with buying them used becuase everyone and their grandmother overclock them and that right there voids the warranty.

If I could have bought a pre-lapped D0 I7 when I was looking for one, I'd have paid full price for one. taken the hard work out of it for me. and especially if I could see the results like what I ended up with, it would make me even more confident in buying becuase I would see that the seller knows what they're doing, had the temps to back it up, etc..
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