MSI Ti4200 Heatsink

JimmyDean

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I have an MSI Ti4200 64mb. I tried to remove the heatsink. It has the 2 black plastic pins but I cant push them together to get It off.

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Woodman

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Well why not?

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TKS

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LoL holy crap dude...that was the funniest post I've read in about a year.

Back to topic: Use the force Mr. Dean...Use the force.

Or try a pair of needle nose. It doesn't matter if you break the fan you're trying to get off. Also, try some KY Jelly if that doesn't work. :tongue:

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JimmyDean

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LOL Im sorry for that stupid post but I was writing it in 1st period and the bell had just rang. OK heres the deal. The 2 little black pins have a piece of plastic on the inside... kind of like this, there is a little piece of plastic in the middle where i squeeze and it has to be pushed. it looks like the pins need some special tool to remove, they dont look like any normal ones ive ever seen. im thinking of just cutting them off with some dikes and just using some spare pushpins i have laying around.
PS The heatsink on this card sucks! Its like a thin aluminum cage with a fan in the middle! über crap


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