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How to fix a CPU cooler? Noctua Nh-d14


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DragonEnvy

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Hey, I accidentally broke my CPU cooler, a NF-p14 that is in the middle of the Noctua Nh-d14, I was taking off some dust with the cooler on, and the fan hit the GPU and one of it helix broke.. IS there any way I can fix it with Glue or Silicon? Anything that keeps it balanced without shaking or vibrating?

IF not I am going to buy a new one, some people told me to use hot glue, I tried but it got loose and fell again...

Any advices or techniques?

Thanks!
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Simply put you will never be able to get it to balance correctly. Save yourself the headache and purchase a new one. Make sure you have the Tim also and that way you will get a good seal for the best cooling it can give you. :thumbsup:
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Hmmm, so I guess I am going to buy a new one, that sucks... I bought it last week and installed yesteday LOL...
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If you just bought it you might see if they will replace it under warranty. I don't know if they will cover it for the reason you stated though.
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