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Experimenting w/ Hardware Mod

6th April 2015, 10:00 PM |#61  
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just finished the mod with copper shim and thermal paste . its a must have , costs next to nothing and is done in 10 minutes . get 45630 in antutu now , got 42300 before .
in stability test takes 3 times longer to throttle and throttles more gently .
im curious if it would benefit to connect the rest of the metal cage from the motherboard to the frame with paste/silicone thermal pad .
its a lot of thermal real estate that is not being used .
i tried this first on my old Optimus 4X HD P880 and it was harder to work on and only fit some paste and stickers but also worth it .
Thermal modding should be a normal thing to do to a phone .
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7th April 2015, 11:10 AM |#62  
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Originally Posted by akaHardison

Not so fast.It may need about 1 or 2years before it get damage.If your cpu were too hot.You might burn your screen,too.(But anyway,it still good for people who need it.

Two years from now, the cpu will break anyway if not hard-modded, as it will get too hot, too often.
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