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SOURCE: How do I remove the Intel Socket 775 heat sink?

in the below given website there is an example how to remove it with the images please refer to that :

http://www.o0o.it/mini/


if you want more clarification you can refer to the video too from the below given site :

http://eshop.macsales.com/tech_center/index.cfm?page=Video/mini/med.html

NOTE: you need heatsink paste to put it afterwards when refit the heatsink so arrange the heatsink paste first and then you can open it ....

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