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|7th August 2002, 06:07||#1|
Removing arctic silver or regular epoxy from RAM/GPU?
Is there a way to remove heat sinks that have been glued onto RAM or GPUs without using nasty chemicals or heavy machinery? I don't want to take a chance :nono:
I have heard that putting the card into the freezer for a while will make the epoxy become non-sticky.
|7th August 2002, 09:00||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
I alway use a screwdriver to remove the heatsinks, I don't use the power of the freezer
Put it under the sinks and twist gently, do this on different sides of the sink, it will pup up if you got lucky
place a creditcard under the screwdriver to protect your card from cratching.
|7th August 2002, 11:43||#3|
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