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Old 12-07-2007, 02:37 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Just lap it, its not that big of a deal or hard to do.
Look at the second link I posted.
Read my first post again.


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Default Re: Uneven core temps(q6600)

Thats a problem then.
I would flash BIOS and make sure whatever program you use to moniter temps is up to date.

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Actually, you can Remove the IHS. But its far riskier than Lapping. And I have only seen it done on AMD's.

A64 / Opteron Ihs Removal Guide - OverclockersClub Forums

Oh, well I found one for C2D's.. Its more lapping than removal.
Legit Reviews - Intel IHS Lapping and Removal For LGA775 CPU's - Giving Intel Core 2 Duo A New Appearance
yeah, I know...I did it to 1 of my AMD processors. But Intel chips have the IHS practically welded to the base.

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