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Heatsink Upgrade to Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus on AM3+ Review

Posted in : amd, computer, computer upgrade, cpu, heatsink, i7, intel, processor, review on by : TruXter

I found the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus sounded like and looked like the same heatsink. Chased down the reviews and found everyone complaining about the install instructions but praising the cooling.

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Precautions For Building Computers

Posted in : al build, build, case, cd rom, central processing unit, computer, cooling, cpu, ddr, ddr2, dual core, dvd burner, dvd rom, fan, floddy drive, floppy disk, hard drive, howto, machine, memory, mother board, motherboard, pc, pc2100, pc2700, pc3200, pc5600, processor, quad core, ram, romove, temperature, tower, update, upgrade on by : TruXter

Use lots of overhead light. Once you have all the parts together, find a flat, smooth, clean, static-free surface. Make sure your clothes are not…

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Computer Component Removal

Posted in : build, case, cd rom, central processing unit, computer, cooling, cpu, ddr, ddr2, dual core, dvd burner, dvd rom, fan, floddy drive, floppy disk, hard drive, howto, machine, memory, mother board, motherboard, pc, pc2100, pc2700, pc3200, pc5600, processor, quad core, ram, romove, temperature, tower, update, upgrade on by : TruXter

For hardware removal, there are some simple rules you should follow. Unplug the PC first! Disconnect all wires coming from the power supply. Unscrew the…

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Computer Hardware Installation

Posted in : build, case, cd rom, central processing unit, computer, cooling, cpu, ddr, ddr2, dual core, dvd burner, dvd rom, fan, floddy drive, floppy, floppy disk, hard drive, howto, ide, install, machine, memory, mother board, motherboard, pc, pc2100, pc2700, pc3200, pc5600, processor, quad core, ram, removal, ribbon cable, romove, temperature, tower, update, upgrade on by : TruXter

Installing hardware into a fresh PC is not that complicated, really. If the prongs and the holes line up, read the part number and look…

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