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Old 02-26-2008, 01:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
Akubane
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Default Re: Lapping a TRUE

i know you said you looked at many guides but have you seen this one?
Pictorial HSF+IHS lapping guide! (check this out if you're thinking about lapping) - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

not sure what else you could do. could take anywhere from 2 - 6+ hours to lap it. convex theoretically should be easier to get rid of then concave, and you just need to grind down the middle to match the outside. That being said the only advice i have is make darn sure you're holding it perfectly level and not grinding down any side, rather than the direct middle of it.

all that being said I don't have a true myself. I was goign to lap my cpu block but its already flat. heh.
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