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Old 08-29-2005, 08:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Not that i am yet but when i get a case with a cpu sensor is it possible i could squish it with a vice and make it pretty flat so it wouldnt be so tight up against the cpu and heat sink or would i destroy it?

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It will destory it, there made so when you do put the senr on the cpu and the heatsink pushes down its a perfect fit. It will not be thick its really thin its made for it dude.

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u should have a cpu temp sensor already shouldnt u? Just thought putting a sensor between the cpu and heatsink is gonna give terrible heat transfer as the surface wont be flat
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