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How to install a Intel CPU in your computer. Eric Diaz ET 280. Determine CPU. First determine what kind of CPU socket you have to determine which CPU to purchase This can be easily found out by running a program called CPU-Z. CPU and Heat sink. Then purchase your CPU heat sink combo.

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Determine cpu
Determine CPU

  • First determine what kind of CPU socket you have to determine which CPU to purchase

  • This can be easily found out by running a program called CPU-Z.


Cpu and heat sink
CPU and Heat sink

  • Then purchase your CPU heat sink combo.


Old heat sink removal
Old heat sink removal

  • Next is to remove your old heat sink by unplugging the fan power cord.

  • Then either unclip or unscrew your old heat sink.



Release socket lever
Release Socket Lever

  • After heat sink is off you will need to release the socket lever and CPU cover.



Insert new cpu
Insert new CPU

  • Insert new CPU chip VERY CAREFULLYnot to damage any of the pins on the bottom.



New heat sink
New Heat Sink

  • If you receive a new heat sink then you will notice that it comes preinstalled with thermal paste.

  • If using old heat sink then new thermal paste must be applied or CPU will overheat.


Heat sink reinstall
Heat sink reinstall

  • Last thing to do is reinstall your heat sink and plug the fan power cord back into the motherboard and enjoy your new CPU!


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Eric Diaz


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