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New HSF and retention for hammer!

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JDXNC

JDXNC

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Jan 16, 2002
Thats pretty much it, but it it helps solve some previouse problems I am for it.
 

Mr. $T$

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Sep 15, 2001
Ya.... no more sliped screwdrivers and messed up tracers :D

So how much pressure does it actually have?
 

Doofie27cp2

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my friend di dthat once. was trying to put the hsf on it and slipped and severed the tracer. He had to get an RMA on it, im surprised he was able to.
 

CHYLDE

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Doofie27cp2 said:
socket 754?? omg thats huge! i thought socket As were big.....
the sledgehammer is gonna have 904 :D thats mindbogling there is no gap in the socket the entire bottem of the chip is covered in pins!
 

The Coolest

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spazzkid said:
i hope this kind of retentions doesnt break chips :(
It won't brake chips only because Hammers will have the same protection as the current P-IVs have, so the die will be always protected and I bet the froce that will be applied would be a killer one