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How to remove the CPU cooler

The cooler is fastened on the small screws

The cooling system in the personal computer plays an important role since components computers being unrefrigerated, quickly lose their efficiency, fails.

How to ensure the stable operation of the processor, removing the CPU cooler, so as not to damage it?

You will need

  • First of all you will need knowledge of computer basics: how to de-energize the system unit and remove the side cover. And armed with a screwdriver required size.



At the moment, there are several typesfans used in cooling systems. The most common of these are removed / put on 3 ways, ie, cooler attached to the heat sink of various kinds of ways:
- With the help of small shurupov-

- Using zaschelki-

- By additional grooves for retention.
Let us consider in more detail all the ways to extract the cooler from the radiator.


A small note: cooler is a fan, it is mounted on the radiator. In turn, the radiator is adjacent to the platform on which the processor is mounted. The cooler is designed to cool the high temperature processing of stone during operation.
Attention! It is necessary to disconnect the cooler before removing the system unit by turning off the computer, log off and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. You can also use toggle blackout that is on the back side of the power supply (not all models of the power supply). After you remove the system unit side cover, disconnect the fan power cable from the connector on the motherboard.


Thus, the most common way of fastening the cooler? using small screws. Here everything is quite simple: take an appropriate size screwdriver, unscrew the small screws and cooler at large.

When our cooler has a connection in the form of a latch (lever), you must click on the clip and not pressing, to divert to an external lever on the processor side.
When mounting latch (lever) and additional slots will need to click the slots to release the fan from the fan connector.

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