I use the plastic one inside as a guide, it's where i stop torquing when it just touches the washer. Yes you can still fit in case, but I hate opening the cases, so just sit it on the bottom of the case with the top and right side off. If it happens again, loosen the gfx heat sink, turn on, 2 reds, tighten heat sink back down, that's it.Furieux said:FINALLY IT WORKED !!!
Thanks a lot for this great tut man you are awesome !!
Just one thing i didn't understand by the way... Why did you put washer inside the motherboard ? It was useless to me since there's too much of a gap between the heatsink and the motherboard. The only useful washer for me were the plastic one to sit the motherboard and the one on the outside to keep the screw tight.
What i want to know, is what do i have to do if it's happen again... and do your metal case fit in your xbox shell even with the screw ?
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Ya, I think I actually use the 16mm ones, changed OP.iAmN1ck said:Thanks, I just loosened them about 3/4ths a turn and it works now. Just made $45 off a 1 red light and $40 off 3 red light.
Oh and the M5 .8 x 12 mm screws just barely fit into the CPU heat sink you may want to get just a little longer ones cause I had a hard time threading them through the holes cause they were too short.