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Old 06-11-09, 01:38 AM   #25
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I am running at 4.2 right. Idle cores range from 35-40*C and full load from 71-76*C. I really need to lap my heatsink though. Truly feels like no one is making things like they used to. Due to how poor it was I expect a 8-10*C drop easy on load.
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I am running at 4.2 right. Idle cores range from 35-40*C and full load from 71-76*C. I really need to lap my heatsink though. Truly feels like no one is making things like they used to. Due to how poor it was I expect a 8-10*C drop easy on load.
if you're overclocked that's about normal. My lapped TRUE and I920 @ 4ghz runs in the mid 70's at full load.
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if you're overclocked that's about normal. My lapped TRUE and I920 @ 4ghz runs in the mid 70's at full load.
Do you have a D0 or C0/C1? Also, what voltage are you running?

The bottom of my TRUE heatsink is in waves running exactly where the heater pipes are. It is truly the stupidest thing I have ever seen in a heatsink. The temps might be normal if overclocked, but its not normal for me to see a heatsink with waves where it should have a flat base.

I will get it on the cnc machine first to get the weaves out and then lap the rest of it.
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