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Old 04-05-2009, 03:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sunbeam CR-CCTF 120 mm Core-Contact Freezer CPU Cooler Question

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I bought new customized PC parts. Here are the parts:

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Sunbeam CCF w/ 1366 socket retention bracket
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There is an issue that I am facing. I have been figuring out how to install the Sunbeam 1366 socket retention bracket into my motherboard. It comes with 4 long screws but they don't fasten into the motherboard at all. Is there a way to fasten them? Is it possible that my case is not compatible with this?


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Sunbeam, manufacturer that provides the best CPU cooler, best Power Supply, best gaming case and acrylic case, also welcomes OEM projects.

wont let me do a proper link.

On left select cooling

click the pic of the mounting bracket and scroll down to see instructions

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Going by the pictures on newegg the mounting bracket should be two parts. You need to put the part with the square opening in the center on the back of the motherboard and the ring like one one the front and then bolt them together.

Would you mind posting a picture of the bracket? The one I was going by wasn't very good so it's possible i missed something.

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