hiya all,getting a new CPU heatsink and fan also a new north bridge cooler (with fan).anyway... how do i remove the old ones?i dont wanna just yank them off as they might wreck the CPU/north bridgeso how do i do it people?
!!!!!CAREFULLY!!!!!Have a look on the CPU manufacturers website. They both give comprehensive instructions for assembly/dissembly of the CPU arrangements.Brian
the Coolermaster HCI-L71 but is there anything beeter i can get?
I was thinking more about AMD or INTEL to show you how to do it rather than the cooler maker. AMD used to have a step by step guide.The thing to be especially careful about is that you don't snap the ceramic lugs that hold the heatsink/fan assembly to the motherboard. That's why I said CAREFULLY! Good luck with itBrian
intel site about how to remove the heatsink.:o(
more info required, Motherboard, Slot, CPU.Cheers, Bill
Gigabyte GA-8IR533 motherboard,P4 socket 478 2.4with standard heat sink and cooler
These are video's from the amd web site. They are quite small, if you undock the player, you can view them in a decent size.click here^6678,00.htmlIf that link does not work, because of the html at the end . This is the preceding page. Scroll down to the bottom right and pick cpu and heatsink video's.click here
Those are exactly the ones I meant. I'm sure Intel had one as well.Anyway, the principles are the same for both brands.Brian
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