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picked em up today .
should be fun installing .
might need some advice .
ill be looking here ,if need be .
lots of advice here .
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nice score! umm advice?
scrape off the old thermalpaste before applying the new one on. Be careful taking out the old cooler, mine was caked on. Was stuck like a fat cow in a small hole, you might have to gently pry it apart.

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nice score! umm advice?
scrape off the old thermalpaste before applying the new one on. Be careful taking out the old cooler, mine was caked on. Was stuck like a fat cow in a small hole, you might have to gently pry it apart.
i never releazied i never mentioned that very same thing .
i guess i was excited with the new gear .

yes , i am concerned about removeing my old cpu cooler . ive read it can be a hassle . i download a video clip showing me how to unclip the amd cooler . that seems o.k . but ive read that the thermal PATCH that came with the amd can be very sticky to remove . did you use anything [a tool maybe] to PRY it apart??

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All you really need to do when you get the stock cooler off is just rotate it clockwise and counterclockwise a few times. DO NOT lift straight up. I wouldn't use any kind of tool, really.

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All you really need to do when you get the stock cooler off is just rotate it clockwise and counterclockwise a few times. DO NOT lift straight up. I wouldn't use any kind of tool, really.
sounds good . ill give it my best shot . for sure .
ill have the mobo out , so it should be easier to work on .
i wonder will i get handy to YOUR temps ? ha ha .
maybe a bit closer even ? sure hope so .
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probably good idea to use a flathead to get the clip off if it's troublesome...but other than that...just twist the heatsink..comes off real easy.

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Oooh, very nice goodies.
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Let us know how that chipset cooler works out for you.

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