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Old 12-04-08, 07:09 PM
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I have a Q6600 i know i can lap using the techniques in this tutorial (very good too) but does the Q6600 G0 have a copper section like this or do i just lap for a silvery shine instead?

Anyone done an updated version or want to show their accomplishments?

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Old 12-04-08, 11:09 PM
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Pretty sure it will have copper.. with a nickle coating.
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Old 12-04-08, 11:58 PM
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Pretty sure Has anyone actually done this as £150 is a fair bit for a really small coaster if it has no coating
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Old 13-04-08, 12:20 AM
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Had a google for "Q6600 lapped" and all the logs with pics show a copper undercoat. Now, go forth and sand.
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Old 13-04-08, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by name='rrjwilson'
I have a Q6600 i know i can lap using the techniques in this tutorial (very good too) but does the Q6600 G0 have a copper section like this or do i just lap for a silvery shine instead?

Anyone done an updated version or want to show their accomplishments?
It does have copper and can guarantee it.. Check this page out of Webbo's

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Old 13-04-08, 11:00 AM
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Now thats a good link. Not even a full day in and BAM some perfect replies to my boob questions. Thanks guys i'll do my best to supply none rubbish photos when i lap the CPU. If i'm doing the CPU should i also try to do the HSF also? Surely it will help even if it isn't to the same degree as the CPU?
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Old 13-04-08, 11:10 AM
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Yep, the flatter the surfaces the better contact you will get.
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Old 13-04-08, 12:12 PM
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Hokily doke i'll be doing that soon then.

I have up to 2500 grit paper as I have repaired my cars and others a few times.
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Old 02-09-08, 01:21 PM
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Nice guide, always been tempted to give some sanding love to my E6400 would it be worth lapping the coolermaster geminii cooler I'm using as well?
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Old 21-09-08, 09:05 PM
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If I can afford the sand paper, next weekend I'll Lap my Pentium 4 1.4 GHz from 2000, I can't overclock it, but I'll just do it to feel 1337er.

Anyways, I'll post a reply with my progress of it.
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