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|27th June 2006, 22:12||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2002
Protect the core of a naked CPU !
With the growing popularity of Intel mobile processors on desktop boards more and more people buy them. But these chips have an unprotected core. Installing a special cooler brings the risk of destroying the core. We’ll be taking a look on how to protect the fragile core.
|28th June 2006, 03:29||#2|
Maybe an MSI Mobile Pad would fit? I don't know though I haven't had the pleasure yet of working with these chips.
|6th July 2006, 21:03||#6|
thanks man...I am contemplating IHS removal on my AM2 3500, but scrapped the idea because I was too worried about crushing the core with my clip on heatsink (uneven pressure to the core would kill!) but now I might proceed with this method...I just have to shave down the cam head of the socket!
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