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[Techpowerup.com] (PR) Scythe enhances Cooler Mounting: CPU Cooler Stabilizer 775 replaces Push Pins

The Japanese cooling specialist Scythe Co. Ltd. unveils the new CPU Cooler Stabilizer 775. With this product, mounting of LGA 775 Coolers is possible without using the Push Pins. With the supplied Push Pin Removal-Tool, displacing the original Push Pins is no problem anymore. Secure mounting of the cooler is possible using Back-Plate and screws. The whole product consists of metal and is really solid.

When using the Stabilizer on Socket 478 CPU Coolers, the included mounting bars are used. By using those, the CPU Cooler Stabilizer 775 provides a better contact pressure between CPU and Cooler than using conventional mounting solutions.



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