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-- ThermalTake Blue Orb Chip Cooler
-- Price: $10.00 USD
-- 12.10.2000
-- By: GideonX
-- Page: 1 2 3

The worst part about installing the blue orb, is taking the old stock heatsink off. We will be using the Evga Geforce2 MX as the test bed.

Keeping the heatsink on the GF2 MX is a very strong piece of thermal tape! Had to resort to using a very small flat head screwdriver to pry the heatsink off. Please take precaution while doing this, do not apply too much force or the chip will crack!

After ripping the heatsink off, clean off any residue that may be left over. We will apply some thermal grease that is supplied with the blue orb package. 

Take the holding pins also supplied in the package and push it through the holes on the GF2 MX.

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