Posted by eydryan (Bucharest, Romania) on 31 July 2007 in Miscellaneous.
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ewwwwww, what is that
31 Jul 2007 11:01am
people really can't tell apparently.
it's a socket 754 cooler under a jet of water being cleaned of thermoconductive fluid.
i still dont know what that is but the shot is interesting to me
31 Jul 2007 10:54pm
@Nick Passantino: well i did say in the above comment. it's a cooler being prepped under a jet of hot water.
:)) nice, it looked like melting icecream on a stick for me :P
1 Aug 2007 9:24am
@zoloper: you see, that's why i sometimes like to write no comment under it, it's just so fun to see people try and figure out what it is :)
wow i never knew you cleaned a CPU socket cooler like this!
interesting...so were you refurbishing your PC or just cleaning it?
1 Aug 2007 3:53pm
@kairospix: wish i was. it's actually my girlfriend's cooler since her mainboard broke down and i had to replace it. this process is where you remove the old conductive paste off the bottom of the cooler and processor in order to put new (and not the cheap white stuff but the silver goodness) thermoconductive paste on it. basically it's good that every time you remove the cooler from the cpu to clean this paste and apply some new one. makes for a nice and cool cpu and we want that don't we :) just be careful not to bend the pins of the cpu, i did that and it almost cost me a new one...
Multumim pt lectiile de IT:)
3 Aug 2007 7:08am
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