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i am building a 754 mobile rig, because from what i hear they are awesome for overclocking..
im going with a dfi lanparty board

the problem is that i hear that the chips are hard to put a heatsink on without breaking the chip..

i dont want to go with a stock cooler because of the fact that i will be overclocking greatly..


does anyone who has built a mobile rig before have any advice on what heatsink i should get?

i hear that using the ZALMAN CNPS7700-ALCU or copper is great for this


anyone have anything they can tell me about cooling mobiles in a desktop?
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You may want to secure the top of the HSF to the case, preferably when the case is on it's side so there is not load on the CPU/MB.
    
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