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Old 06-09-2004, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Heatsinks and Motherboards

I recently purchased a new motherboard and cpu. I got the Gigabyte K8N Pro and the AMD 64bit 3000+. Now for my heatsink and fan i got the Thermaltake Polo 735 3 in 1 cooler. It came with a piece to connect with the motherboard, but i have no way of anchoring it down. It has a little bar which goes across the heatsink, with a long screws and springs to make sure you dont damage the motherboard. Lengthwise its perfect, i just hvae no way of making sure the screws dont come out. If anyone has any information on this please post.
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