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Thanks guys thats good news to hear, rep+ for all of you. The pushpins where in but I always had trouble with getting one in particular to stay, it just would keep poping out every time no matter how much I pushed down on it. Finally I got it to stay and so I thought all was well but went ahead and ordered a bolt kit just to be safe. Four days after ordering the bolt kit the pushpin gave and popped out. Guess its just a bad one because anymore pushing on the board to get that pin in and that board just may crack..
Are the push pins similar to Intel's stock cooling pins? If so, try my method. I find it so much easier to mount them.

Instead of setting your pins to unlock and then mounting your heat sink and then turning the pins so they are lock. What I did with my pins is that I set all 4 of them in lock positions before mounting it. Since they are now all locked before I even pushed them down, when I do push them down, there will be a click sound, which means it is fully in. Now push down on the other 3 and neither of your 4 pins should come back up.
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Yah I wanted that bolt kit but everywebite I checked on xigmateks list of resellers didnt have it. So I ordered the thermalright hopefully it works
The Thermalright one will work. I got it as well. You will just need to remove the plastic push-pins from the LGA775 brackets.
 
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I dont think the core even had time to raise in temp to shut the computer off. The pushpin came off and 5sec later the computer shut down. Coretemp was showing 34c or so about 20min before this happened.
The temp rise for a CPU putting out even idle wattage, with only the surface area of the IHS to disipate the heat, would be in the ballpark of 30-50C per second.

Without a heatsink, overheating is nearly instantaneous.
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post #14 of 30
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I dont think the core even had time to raise in temp to shut the computer off. The pushpin came off and 5sec later the computer shut down. Coretemp was showing 34c or so about 20min before this happened.
A CPU is like 40-65w in less than a 1cm^2 area. That's a LOT of heat. Think about a 60w light bulb. How long does it take to heat up and provide light?
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http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/lgbowiscsp.html

I bought this with my Xigmatek works good!
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Happened to me on my old build. PC was OK afterwards though.
    
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http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/lgbowiscsp.html

I bought this with my Xigmatek works good!
I'm using the same thing.
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Yah thats who I purchased mine from
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Did it pull the fan pins out?

Most motherboards will let you know if the CPU fan fails - some sound an alarm but a couple switch the PC off
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