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Removing a Heatsink from a Processor. (Got it)


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guttermouth punk

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My processor is a AMD 3000+ 64 Bit Socket 939.

How do I get the Heatsink off so I can safely remove it from the motherboard?

I'm not really understanding, it seems almost impossible to get it off =\

My motherboard is dead, but I need the processor.

Thanks.

EDIT: Found it, theres a little slot for a screwdriver to fit in, thats how you release it.

Thanks again guys.

Edited by guttermouth punk, 26 December 2005 - 09:30 PM.

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