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Old 07-22-05, 09:38 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Amazing Lapping done by a friend...


My friend Jod shown me a picture of his P4:



So I'm like, whats the big deal about that? Just an ordinary P4...till he shown me this:



I haven't seen very many lap jobs done on a IHS, but that looks like something I can wear around my neck! He runs his P4 at something along the lines of 4.5ghz on Air....

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Old 07-22-05, 09:42 PM   #2
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that is sweeeett, i wanna do that to me sandy

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Old 07-22-05, 09:44 PM   #3
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wow, i'm amazed 4.5 on air
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Old 07-22-05, 09:45 PM   #4
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millimeter graph-paper shot. Now..

For all I know, that could be polish.

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Old 07-22-05, 09:54 PM Thread Starter   #5
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millimeter graph-paper shot. Now..

For all I know, that could be polish.
I'm not aware if its polish, but even if it was it looks damn fine.

4.577ghz on Air (His attempt to beat my 1M PI time, failed <3 Jod)


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Old 07-22-05, 09:59 PM   #6
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just curious. yes, this is a bit of a bewbie question, but how do you lubricate your sandpaper for that? is there a how-to?

anyways, those perfectly lapped IHS have always impressed me. they really are great looking and you know that's gotta help out.
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Old 07-22-05, 10:00 PM   #7
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thoes 6x0's are f'in miracle overclockers... i swear to god


i lapped the IHS on my 3.0E, but i'm sure as hell not letting sandpaper anywhere near my 660ES when i get it... it already does 4.5ghz on air w/ stock voltage and 5.2 on dry ice w/ stock voltage... oh man, when i pump up the voltage on that, i'm aiming to smoke nikhsub1's WC overclock record

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just curious. yes, this is a bit of a bewbie question, but how do you lubricate your sandpaper for that? is there a how-to?

anyways, those perfectly lapped IHS have always impressed me. they really are great looking and you know that's gotta help out.
Acording to what he told me, he used water as a lube.

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Old 07-22-05, 10:19 PM   #9
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Yeah, water should serve fine.

Cathar uses kerosene, AFAIK.

If you don't know who Cathar is, I feel you need to know.

He is very 'famous'. I consider him a god in lapping

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damn that's a fancy processor. I think I'd be kind of afraid to lap something that expensive!
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Old 07-23-05, 01:55 AM   #11
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No way mirror look is a grit paper work - believe me, I've done that many times. I usualy finnish with 2000 paper and it looks nowhere as clean as this. If you wanna achieve the mirror look effect you NEED to polish it as Solid has mentioned above.

Anyway, great job on the lapping - sweet to see enthusiast like myself! :P
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what lapping kit have you been using?? the 10 micron paper from www.easypckits.com will give you a mirror finish every time

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Old 07-23-05, 02:02 AM   #13
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ever try to just take off the heatspeader... i think that'd work better :P
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Old 07-23-05, 03:32 AM   #14
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Nice lapp job your budd did there ziggo0. Hope it performs well for you.

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No way mirror look is a grit paper work - believe me, I've done that many times. I usualy finnish with 2000 paper and it looks nowhere as clean as this. If you wanna achieve the mirror look effect you NEED to polish it as Solid has mentioned above.

Anyway, great job on the lapping - sweet to see enthusiast like myself! :P
Sorry but you can get such a finish with grit paper. Have done it myself
many MANY times.
You can use Kerosene but that brings it's own problems. IMhO water is the
best "lube" in this context.

I'm going to have to check out Cathar's work SolidSnake. "Lapping God"?
We should compare work/notes.

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Old 07-23-05, 09:11 AM   #15
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yeah, i know who cathar is. look at my join date, hehe. i've been a lurker for quite some time. i don't have the guts to do something like that on my A64. i guess i'd do it in a heartbeat if i wanted to squeeze the last bit out of my cooling.
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Old 07-25-05, 02:34 PM   #16
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Kerosene does keep the sand paper from curling, which is the biggest problem with water. It also evaporates cleaner than water.

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ever try to just take off the heatspeader... i think that'd work better :P
Can't do that w/ current P4s. Or at least thats my understanding. They do something where if you try to remove the IHS it kills the CPU. something about soldering the IHS to the core

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