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Overclock failure! computer crash.


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koko_crunch

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you can check this site for installing heatsinks, i guess you can do it backwards... May i remind you to be careful be gentle...

1. let your computer especially the cpu cool down first before you start tinkering with it...
2. unplug from the electrical outlet everything connected to your computer... you may get electricuted....
3. dont force it... the clips are made of plastic so it may crack or break...
4. be sure to ground yourself from static electricity before touching any electronic equipments... static electricity can damage electronic equipments...

http://www.pctechgui...entium4_Fan.htm

again please be careful... goodluck :whistling:
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but if you're having second thoughts or not sure of what you're doing... its best if you let someone who knows hot to do it... :whistling:
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oops.. topic resolved... sorry
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