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Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
Its easier to make a shim out if an old credit card
Thank's alot, I would of never thought that,it would really be easy to make fit properly to.If you have any more facts or thoughts on naked cores in general I would greately appreciate you sharing it with me ..... Thanks again.....
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Good idea. However IMO shims are just a waste. I've never seen good use for them, plus I had a shim for my Socket A proc. and it didn't fit properly.
This ment that it just shutted down 2-3 seconds after I turned the rig on.

*EDIT*

No, you can't reuse the shims from Socket A. The core height is different.
Thank's for all the good info...You saved me alot of time and effort looking for a shim that would not of worked anyway....I'm going to go ahead and work on some of these shim ideas,just in case the Stinger block doesn't mount to my satisfaction..I'm going to take your advice and not use one when I first mount it,but if I run into any problems I will have shims pre-made....If you have any more info or thoughts on shims or anything you can share with me on naked cores I would appreciate it...Thank You
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post #23 of 26
Its sucks they don't make these shims just a little bigger on the inside edge.
http://www.tweakmonster.com/products/spacerpage.htm

Couldn't you cut some copper and make your own square shim and place it just around the chip. It would take some accurate mesurments and accurate cutting but would look nice.
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You porbably have seen this but for the heck of it.
http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=get...170&howtoID=63

Its sucks they don't make these shims for your cpu
http://www.tweakmonster.com/products/spacerpage.htm
No as a matter of fact I must of overlooked that great madshirmps tutorial,it's downloaded....It was exactely the type of thing I was looking for,very well detailed.....Tweakmonster page I had already looked at, very nice BTW,thanks for the link...I've been wondering about modifying one of those...Thanks alot for taking the time to help me research my questions.....Thank you....
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lol sorry i edited my post while you were replying to the old one. I didn't think that info would be usefull so i started to take it down. Lol thats funny
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lol sorry i edited my post while you were replying to the old one. I didn't think that info would be usefull so i started to take it down. Lol thats funny
Yeah, I've done that to, then it starts making absolutly no sense to each other....I think to start with I'm going to dry fit my Singer WB, when I get it and see where to go from there....If I do shim I will probably go with that tape method...Looks real simple and effective, just use black electrical tape as has been suggested rather than masking tape...Thanks again to that link,I'm still pretty noobish and the visuals help walk me through it.....
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