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Intel Heatsink Clips are called the C33389 Reference Fastener. Duh!

Posted on Monday, August 10 2009 @ 11:25:12 CEST by


You know those little black and white plastic push-to-click feet that accompany every Intel processor heatsink made for socket LGA775, LGA1156 and LGA1366? They look like this (below) and fit into the four small holes in the motherboard around the CPU socket, whereby a bit of downward force locks them and the heatsink in place. Well, we've been wondering for years what the proper name for these clips is...

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