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Removed e4300 IHS (need help)

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I removed the ihs on my e4300, but when i went into bios the cpu temps was 79c. When i exited bios it shut off. I took the heatsink off and it looked like it was making almost no contact with the cpu. What did i do wrong.
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You didn't do anything wrong. There is a gap between the cpu die and the heatsink now that you removed the IHS. You'll have to figure out some way to get it to make contact.
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Any ideas what i can do.
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post #4 of 18
You can always put some thermal paste on the core, then put the IHS back on with the CPU cooler mounted and use it that way until you can figure out what cooler to get. Your temps should be fine doing it that way.

edit: I forgot about the load plate. The last IHS I removed was the Opty 170...
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post #5 of 18
Yeah you will need to remove the top cover portion of your 775 hold down. Take a look at it its pretty simple. The heatsinc will hold your cpu in there. Just make sure your mobo is flat when you install everything.
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Originally Posted by Kyle659 View Post
Any ideas what i can do.
on the socket.
the side with the hinge
there is a tab that sticks strait out(on the part of the socket that moves)
bend it up
now open the socket as if u were putting in a CPU and the top should come right off.
thats all the clearance u should need.

if im not clear on this ill make a pic
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on the socket.
the side with the hinge
there is a tab that sticks strait out(on the part of the socket that moves)
bend it up
now open the socket as if u were putting in a CPU and the top should come right off.
thats all the clearance u should need.

if im not clear on this ill make a pic
you mean break and take apart the boarD?????
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I'm using my TRUE, will that work.
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you mean break and take apart the boarD?????
no no
just the top of the socket that holds down the CPU in place..
all u have to do is bend a tab and it comes right off
you can always put it back on
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post #10 of 18

You gotta take that cover off so it takes for the 1/8" not being there from the IHS.

You gotta bend up the tab that the arrow points to then when you raise up the lid those other two points will slide out.
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