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intel CPU (solved)

Postby Pierre on Sun Mar 10, 2013 2:47 am

as per this "How To Assemble"

http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/pc_insta ... oler.shtml

except that the cpu-fan assembly - just won't 'click' into place.
I'm concerned that if I apply too much pressure to each post, that I may break the motherboard itself.

it certainly a lousy design by intel, as far as I am concerned.

- the fault is that cpu is shutting down the PC every few seconds,
presumably due to overheating of the cpu.

so, - is there any "trick" in getting this assembly, to 'lock' ??
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Re: intel CPU

Postby catweazel on Sun Mar 10, 2013 4:22 am

Pierre wrote:it certainly a lousy design by intel, as far as I am concerned.

Nah. I installed one yesterday on a brand spanking new i7 3770 without issue and I'm 84 with fat fingers!

http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/intel_core_i7_860_processor_retail_box_cpu_cooler_arrow.jpg
Make sure the arrows on all the black locking tags are facing the direction shown in the image. The fan should just click into place.

If the pressure you feel you need to apply bothers you, remove the motherboard and support it with one hand underneath while you press the fan into place with the other.

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Re: intel CPU

Postby Pierre on Sun Mar 10, 2013 4:54 am

i've got them pointing that way & the little plastic stub, just won't go into those holes . . .
- it's obviously a tight fit.
- & the vertical angle has to be just so . . .
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Re: intel CPU

Postby catweazel on Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:03 am

Then turn them all inward, push the fan's pegs into the holes and turn the locks back.
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Re: intel CPU

Postby Pierre on Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:00 am

and the trick was - pull the black post back upwards,
so that the pointy end of it is *not* sticking into the bottom spike
- the bit that goes into the hole that's in the motherboard . . .

coz - if it is - then that bottom bit is flared outwards & it will be too big to go into that hole :(

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