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The raised part is the NB die. The only part needed to cool.

So it's just a matter of applying a some thermal paste. Very small amount since the die is quite small. Then installing your new NB heatsink.
    
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Originally Posted by aksthem1 View Post

The raised part is the NB die. The only part needed to cool.
So it's just a matter of applying a some thermal paste. Very small amount since the die is quite small. Then installing your new NB heatsink.

ok thanks alot, I will reply when its all done
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