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I did a similar thing but was able to use screws because of the fins
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what can i do to stress the chipset?
To stress the NB, up the voltage and FSB and then run Prime 95 or a comparable program.

To stress the SB, you'd need to be doing a lot of stuff with your HDDs, Optical Drives and PCI devices.
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