Installing a Heat Sink for INTEL P4 for Socket 478:
 
Remove the original INTEL P4 heat sink and plastic base.
 
Put the backboard of the INTEL P4 retention in from the backside of the motherboard.
 
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal conductive paste above the CPU core. It is necessary to cover the CPU core only. Do not apply too much thermal conductive paste, and the paste should be coated evenly on the surface of the CPU core.
 

Put the CPU heat sink on top of the CPU core.

 
Place the INTEL P4 clip on the CPU heat sink, and align the notch with the center of the square.
 
Align and put the screws specially designed for the INTEL P4 clip into the four copper cylinders and secure the screws in sequence.
Installing a Heat Sink for INTEL P4 for Socket T:
 
Remove the original INTEL P4 Socket T heat sink.
 
Put the backboard of the INTEL P4 Socket T retention in from the backside of the motherboard.
 
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal conductive paste above the CPU core. It is necessary to cover the CPU core only. Do not apply too much thermal conductive paste, and the paste should be coated evenly on the surface of the CPU core.
 
Put the CPU heat sink on top of the CPU core.
 
Place the INTEL P4 Socket T clip on the CPU heat sink, and align the notch with the center of the square.
 
Align and put the screws specially designed for the INTEL P4 Socket T clip into the four copper cylinders and secure the screws in sequence.
Installing a Heat Sink for AMD K6, K7 & INTEL P3:
 
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal conductive paste above the CPU core. It is necessary to cover the CPU core only. Do not apply too much thermal conductive paste, and the paste should be coated evenly on the surface of the CPU core.
 
Put the CPU heat sink on top of the CPU core.
Place the AMD K7 & P3 clip on the CPU heat sink, and align the notch with the center of the square.
Use a slot screwdriver to align and secure the clip downward.
Installing a Heat Sink for AMD Opteron & Athlon 64:
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal conductive paste on top of the CPU core. It is necessary to cover the CPU core only. Do not apply too much thermal conductive paste, and the paste should be coated evenly on the surface of the CPU core.
Put the CPU heat sink on top of the CPU core.
Place the AMD Athlon 64 clip on the CPU heat sink, and align the notch with the center of the square.
Please use a cross screwdriver to secure the screws onto the plastic base.
Tighten the screws one by one after all screws are installed.
Installing a GPU Heat Sink:
Remove the heat sink from the GPU.
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal conductive paste on top of the GPU core. It is necessary to cover the GPU core only. Do not apply too much thermal conductive paste, and the paste should be coated evenly on the surface of the GPU core.
Install the GPU clip onto the GPU heat sink, and secure them by a special-purpose screw.
Snap the GPU heat sink into the VGA card.
Caution:
No particular angle for installing the heat sink is required. You just need to fix the clip properly at the designated position.
Installing a Heat Sink for Nvidia 6800
Remove the original VGA cooler from the GPU and cleaning the surface of GPU die.
Install the back holder from the rear of VGA card.
Apply an appropriate quantity of thermal paste on top of the GPU die.
Put the GPU heat sink on top of the GPU.
Place the 6800 clip on the GPU heat sink and align the notch with the center of the square.
Secure the immovable screws.
Align the put the screws for 6800 clip into the four copper cylinders and secure the screws in sequence.
Finish product.
 
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