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crazy..

i would just heat it up by running it, and then use a twisting motion...

but you wouldnt be able to get it back in a lockdown if the heatsink is in the way of the lock bar....

so, i would prolly freeze it for at least a half hour. then i would hit the heatsink against a stone of some sort, and hopefully the harmonics would crack them apart. (im saying to hold the heat sink, and rap it against something without hitting the processor at the same time)if the doesnt work, then while it was still frozen, i would simply use a popsicle stick, carved into a flat wedge, and tap it in with a hammer untill it came loose...

the popsicle stick has worked when nothing else would

~BoB~
 
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