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Topic Title: retension mechanism clips and heatsinks
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Created On: 05/17/2005 10:22 PM
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 05/17/2005 10:22 PM
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thegroverest
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i was wondering if the socket 462 heatsink clips will allow the socket 754 retension mechanism to house a socket 462 cooler, and does ne one think it will contact the cpu ok?
 05/20/2005 12:20 PM
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QUOTE(thegroverest @ May 17 2005, 06:22 PM)[FONT=Arial][SIZE=7][COLOR=black]

i was wondering if the socket 462 heatsink clips will allow the socket 754 retension mechanism to house a socket 462 cooler, and does ne one think it will contact the cpu ok?
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I sincerely doubt it would work.
 05/20/2005 01:08 PM
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TLH
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Some Socket A heatsinks come with clips for Socket 754(or is that the other way around).Have you got any extras?

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