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I tape the razor for a depth guide
If I recall correctly a 4mm deep cut will get you in trouble. Sorry, can't find my naked 3600+ to confirm that
    
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You really just need to make sure that when you do the heatsink up that you apply equal pressure across the die. Basically do up the screws equally and do two up at a time diagonally (but not tight until all 4 screws are in securely).

I have had a TT120 on a naked opty 165 before without any issues
After having reseated my TRUE120 several times, I'm not sure if I can even get the first screw secured without crushing the die. How easy/difficult is it to install the Tuniq compared to the TRUE?
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Pretty easy. 4 screws that are on a H pattern plate that goes on top of the base. Then the 4 screws go into a backplate. Easy to tighten up especially with pliers.
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post #14 of 14
If it's a CPU you got for cheap, I wouldn't even midn that I migh crush it. THe opportunities would be worth the try!
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