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Wait a minute, but if you sand the core with a chip then it will be smoother and warmer.

So why not do it?

It's a lot easier to get involved with the Hitsink!

And you can also rip off some of the processor pins and cut it at the edges so that it takes up less space and has a better circulation of air!

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How unnecessary this guide is ...

Here, I write a nice guide:

How do you solve the thermal revolution? Just peel it off, and if you're a perfectionist, then pull the Hitsink with fine sandpaper.

A beautiful guide, though לא נכון! . This method may be good for a simple ointment, but those who buy an ointment that costs 10 times (exactly) will prefer to read the instructions, otherwise the improvement of AS compared to a simple ointment will be 0.5 degrees (if any), as all non-serious (and unnecessary) hardware sites have discovered. I was able to speed up the CPU at an additional 159MHz

(and still counting) After I cleaned the CPU and the heatsink what Silver, I read the instructions, and I started from scratch. (Important hint: read the instructions לפני That you're taking the new Hitsink out of the box.)

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