Replacing CPU fan. Need to remove motherboard..

Lord Ruffy

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Is there anything else I should disconnect first? I just need to lift up the motherboard to put the back of the fan in place if you know what I'm saying.
 

Gam3r01

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I would remove all cables/power from the board (USB, SATA, Power etc), and remove the GPU.
Then you can take the whole board out and install the cooler MUCH easier.

However, what case do you have? You may not need to remove the motherboard to install the backplate.
 

Lord Ruffy

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You're actually a don. Saved me a lot of hassle. I took the other side off and there is a gap for me to place it. Top lad! Have a good day
 

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