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Created On: 12/04/2004 09:06 PM
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 12/04/2004 09:06 PM
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AthlonX2
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I recently built a comp but foudn out that the ******** mobo was defected and btr yet they hadnt even provided installation cd's. I also found out that the ******* company didnt hav tech support!?!?!

Never buy a SOYO mobo... they are a piece of ****

cant tell how happy i am with them

but needed some help on how to remove a processor/heatsink from the mobo. i have artic silver 5 b/w proc n hs.

also what mobo is good for amd xp-m? please advise.

thanks. appreciate it.

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 12/04/2004 09:31 PM
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amdrulesanduknowit
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one way is to freeze the mobo and hs/f and then the artic sliver 5 will be frozen and should flake off that the only way i know how lol
 12/04/2004 09:34 PM
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ninjastyle
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My understanding of it is, it's better to warm up the CPU so the AS5 doesn't rip the CPU out when you remove the HS/F.

 12/04/2004 09:40 PM
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QUOTE (athlonfx @ Dec 4 2004, 09:06 PM) I recently built a comp but foudn out that the ******** mobo was defected and btr yet they hadnt even provided installation cd's. I also found out that the ******* company didnt hav tech support!?!?!

Never buy a SOYO mobo... they are a piece of ****

cant tell how happy i am with them

but needed some help on how to remove a processor/heatsink from the mobo. i have artic silver 5 b/w proc n hs.

also what mobo is good for amd xp-m? please advise.

thanks. appreciate it.
Wow, that blows but the bad tech support and such could be because SOYO is out of the motherboard business. They probably have limited of no resources for support.

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