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Huh?  What "crap"?  Your temps are extremely high, therefore you have no choice but to open the side panel and check to see if the Intel stock heatsink is installed securely.  It needs to be so secure that you could be convinced that it's welded to the motherboard.  That's how secure it needs to feel.  If it's loose at all, then you will need to reinstall it immediately.

Yea I'd wobbly is a good descriptor for it
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Give a minute on that one, let me open her up right quick

 

Don't be afraid of trying to move that heatsink either!  Just make sure you shut down first just in case the heatsink pops off (it might if it's loose).

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Don't be afraid of trying to move that heatsink either!  Just make sure you shut down first just in case the heatsink pops off (it might if it's loose).

Yea just switch over to my macbook, gonna try reseating the heatsink
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Yea I'd wobbly is a good descriptor for it

 

Alright, then you need to reinstall it so that it's tight and secure.  It needs to feel so secure that you could convince a friend that it's welded to your motherboard.

 

It will be a little bit of physical labor trying to get those pins to attach securely to the motherboard, but it will be worth it.

 

In other words, this means you do not need to buy a new heatsink.

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Alright, then you need to reinstall it so that it's tight and secure.  It needs to feel so secure that you could convince a friend that it's welded to your motherboard.

It will be a little bit of physical labor trying to get those pins to attach securely to the motherboard, but it will be worth it.

In other words, this means you do not need to buy a new heatsink.

Well thank god for that tongue.gif

Right now I'm having trouble getting the pins to stay secure
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Well thank god for that tongue.gif

Right now I'm having trouble getting the pins to stay secure

 

Yeah, that's very common unfortunately.  What you have to do is push down, and then turn the pin 90° to the right (until it stops) while holding it down.  I recommend holding the heatsink down as flat as possible while you do all 4 pins, and do a criss-cross pattern as well.

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Yeah, that's very common unfortunately.  What you have to do is push down, and then turn the pin 90° to the right (until it stops) while holding it down.  I recommend holding the heatsink down as flat as possible while you do all 4 pins, and do a criss-cross pattern as well.

Alright I'll try that
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I think it's amd stock cooler as he mentioned AM socket which might use retention bar clamp method.
 
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post #29 of 62
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Yea for what ever reason, they won't all stay secure

Scratch that, I got it.

Should I worry about thermal paste, or is the what's already on there good?
Edited by GlassToTheArson - 2/25/13 at 10:12pm
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I think it's amd stock cooler as he mentioned AM socket which might use retention bar clamp method.

 

I'm going by this:

 

http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/4998228

 

And this:

 

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Sorry I have no clue how to have my system specs in my signature.

My CPU is an i5 2500, it is not OC'd, and I have the stock heatsink that came with the CPU

I have a sinking feeling that I'm going to have get a new case and a new heatsink if I don't want my CPU to friggin melt.

My wife is gonna loooove me tongue.gif
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