Review: Premium Lapping Kit

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    Silverstrand

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    I was reluctant to review a heat sink lapping kit. Why? Because it sounded like a lot of work! I could see myself at the grindstone... er ...l apstone for several hours, moving my arms in the arc of theta (engineering joke). And you know what? I wasn't that far off! But don't jump to the end of this review just yet. Maybe, just maybe, this is a product you need. Perhaps there is a silver lining to this cloud.
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    Silverstrand, Jul 10, 2005
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    What....

    So nobodys going to say anything? Is this the thanks we get for reviewing products? Come on, throw me a bone here.... :heeeelll:
     
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    this is an interesting review. You don't see much of this kind of reviews. Now, I am a bit confused about this. Is the review about the sanding of hsf?
     
    PUTALE, Jul 13, 2005
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    Its a lapping kit. :D
    PS. GOod Review i read it awhile ago :|
     
    unholy, Jul 13, 2005
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    good review.
    when i lapped my stuff i just went to a auto store and bought a sanding kit. i just happened to have a picture frame glass sitting around. the stuff i lapped was really conclaved.
     
    dukeman, Jul 15, 2005
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