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    486 DX2 with a large heatsink Socket 7 AMD fan

    Gyus I can put a large Socket 7 AMD heatsink and fan to mine 486 Dx2 with glue !?

    Because I will decrease the temp, cause Im going to run this computer 24 a day...


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    Glue???
    nope, use a thermal pad if the clips alignment is not compatibile.

    you can get some here
    http://2cooltek.safeshopper.com/9/94.htm?481

    salt

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    Thx Salt
    this 3M THermal tape is looking most interest
    Hehehe get a couple of meters of this one...LOL

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    The reason you cannot use glue is because glue is a fairly bad conductor of heat. Therefore, you won't be able to transfer the heat from the CPU to the heatsink.

    salt

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