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nb sb what? nb and sb have push pins
Not all the time. Lots of small-form-factor and onboard-gpu boards do not have mounting holes for push pins.
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dont they have clips?
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post #23 of 26
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dont they have clips?
nope.
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hmmmm, after reading online, its sounds like I need to get some Arctic silver thermal adhesive and test out this mixing concept
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Well cleaning the loop wouldn't be IMPOSSIBLE with the block permanently stuck on there...it would just be fairly risky and just a LITTLE tough XD. But given that no matter what solution you use, you are pretty much stuck with a bit of a risk anyway, whether it's ripping chips off, permanently stuck bits of adhesive, risk of cleaning fluids touching components, etc. Pick your poison really ^.~ I know for sure the 680i had water blocks designed specifically for it, why not use those?
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any luck?
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