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The right fan/heat sink

Will a nexus AXM-8200 heat sink/fan install on a Asus M2Nsli mobo retention module with out any modification, I mean will it stick and click, all done.
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Re: the right fan/heat sink

You need a heat sink grease /to stable coolness of the proccessor, available computer near you/ if not available try visit/

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