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    21-May Update: Re-ran the benchmark since it's been about 300 hours after the heatsink was seated on the AS5. You can see the temps have dropped by another 2-3 °C from when I initially seated it, so I guess the "break in" period is real.
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    I just edited/updated the first post of the thread with a few more pics and a brief description of how I lapped the chip for anyone interested.
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    gotta congratulate anyone who laps something successfully. I have done many older cpu's, and loved everyminute of it. Always got an improvement in temps, and always did both heatsink and cpu. Until Athlons went substrate stuff, and game the was over.

    My Celeron's went like mirrors but it took many many,hours, hours I just dont have any more

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    Just wondering if people have seen this before?
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    Re: lapped my q6600 (pics and temp results)

    @clunk - odd, I never heard of that... does prime95 v25.3 lock up your machine? BTW, Art fixed coretemp (0.95.3) but it's not a public release for some reason. It runs just fine on my machine.
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