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post #41 of 46
I also noticed this on my deluxe one of the heatsinks move when applying some pressure. The other heatsinks on the board don't move btw. Is this gonna be a problem?
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It hasn't been for me but I've only had my setup for a few days.
post #43 of 46
How about you stop messing with that damn arrow heatsink? It's just there for military warning arrow looks. I did research on it. You're gonna end up breaking your motherboard if you keep on constantly messing with the heatsink! SO stop it lol.
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How about you stop messing with that damn arrow heatsink? It's just there for military warning arrow looks. I did research on it. You're gonna end up breaking your motherboard if you keep on constantly messing with the heatsink! SO stop it lol.
i think he means that the heatsink "see saws" left and right ... not what the arrow was for.

@op were they perfectly fine when u had the armor on? That could easily be the reason why the heatsinks even move for you.
Edited by Kepi - 4/6/11 at 11:25am
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Hey, just to update you guys. The problem is not that the whole heatsink is moving, the problem is that only the top, green, portion is moving. I don't know if that's what you had in mind when you tested yours. In any case, it doesn't seem to affect anything as I've been running stable for a few days now.
Can these green parts to the heatsink be fully removed? as in are they a seperate part to the black heatsink
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I'd like to know that as well - I saw a mod once that removed them, unfortunately it wasn't explained how
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