Question about Intel Motherboard
I am considering a few up grades to my board. I would like to replace my CPU cooling fan with a Thermaltake Big Typhoon. At same time I would like to replace the Heatsink on my Northbridge chip with the Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II Cooling Fan. I am planning to replace all my case fans and HD coolers at this time. I found one case fan and HD cooler fan not working during a routine cleaning of my Inwin Full Tower Case.
I am not sure that the changing of the Moboard fans changes are a good idea due to the complexity of the change, I am not sure how to remove the retention mechanism for CPU from motherboard, and the Heat sink for the Northbridge cooler(no fan). Any Help or opinion would be helpful.
I tink the processor have a round heasink shape whcih is in LGA 775 package .
ther will be four pin like structures on 4 corners of the hearsink . and while carefully examing u can found a notch on ecah legs . take a flat scrw driver and turn the legs in anticlok wise direction .. this will losen legs . after that hold on top pf that legs and pull slowly out each legs ......very careful whil removing intel fan
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
The thing that holds the heat sink on top of the cpu,. that little bar thing, has a hook on one end that sort of catches a part of the socket and latches down. take a flathead screwdriver and try to unhook the hooked side of it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
There is no easy way to explain how to remove your Intel® Pentium® 4 processor with out some pictures. Intel does have a site showing how to install. Once you understand how to install you'll be able to remove. Try looking through this link from Intel.
Newer Intel Pentium 4 processor use 4 plastic pins to hold the retention clip onto the board. To remove them you will need to lift the motherboard out of the case. Using a needle-nose plier to squeeze the plastic ends together & pop-out the plastic pins.
The north bridge can be glued onto the chipset & have
2 pins bent inwards on themselves. Bend them in and push them through. If glued, use a hair dryer to heat the cooler, thus making the glue soften. Each board can & do use different methods to hold coolers to the chipset's. You might want to keep in mind the total db of adding a bunch of coolers. It may get very noisy for you.
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