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1 hour ago, KabyZen said:

Hey guys,

I'm looking to upgrade my KM1 heatsink to a TM1. Anyone have a CPU bracket they are willing to part with? I would really like to avoid sawing off standoffs if I can avoid it.

I talked to upgradeyourlaptop (which I think is Eurocom on Ebay, not sure though) and they said they did have some of the TM backplates. They didn't give me a price as I cannot buy one right now, but they told me they have some in stock. Message them saying someone else who has talked to them about the backplates recently sent you so they aren't confused.

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12 minutes ago, Tenoroon said:

I talked to upgradeyourlaptop (which I think is Eurocom on Ebay, not sure though) and they said they did have some of the TM backplates. They didn't give me a price as I cannot buy one right now, but they told me they have some in stock. Message them saying someone else who has talked to them about the backplates recently sent you so they aren't confused.

 

Just PMed them. Still open if anyone wants to part with one.

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On 1/31/2022 at 2:09 PM, KabyZen said:

Just PMed them. Still open if anyone wants to part with one.

Did Upgradeyourlaptop ever get back to you if you don't mind me asking?

Clevo P870TM-G: Core i7 8700k @ 4.3ghz | Clevo GTX 1080 | 16gb DDR4 2400mhz | AUO 1440p 120hz Display | 256gb Samsung 850 EVO | 500gb WD Blue SSD | 1tb Samsung 870 QVO | 2tb Seagate 5400rpm HDD | Prema BIOS

 Alienware 17 R1: Core i7 4710mq @ 3.619ghz 741 CBR15 (834 CBR15 @ 4.213ghz) | Dell GTX 860m | 16gb HyperX DDR3L @ 2133mhz | 3D 120hz Display | 256gb mSATA SSD

Asus Zephyrus G14: Ryzen 7 4800hs @ 4.2ghz | GTX 1650 | 8gb DDR4 @ 3200mhz | 60hz Free-sync Display | 512gb NVME SSD

 

 

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4 hours ago, Tenoroon said:

Did Upgradeyourlaptop ever get back to you if you don't mind me asking?

Oh right that they did, the parts should be coming Thursday. Decided to get the heatsink/fan and the bracket from them. Thanks for putting me onto them! Now to decide on the date for the operation 🤓.

Speaking of which, looking at the screws on my current backplate I assume that I need a torx driver to get them off. Question is which size?

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1 hour ago, KabyZen said:

Oh right that they did, the parts should be coming Thursday. Decided to get the heatsink/fan and the bracket from them. Thanks for putting me onto them! Now to decide on the date for the operation 🤓.

Speaking of which, looking at the screws on my current backplate I assume that I need a torx driver to get them off. Question is which size?

Nice, I'm glad you got it!

If you have a screw bit set, just eyeball it. I've taken an LGA 1151 mounting bracket off with a very basic bit set.

Also, would you mind telling me how much they charged you for the plate? I forgot to ask them.

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 Alienware 17 R1: Core i7 4710mq @ 3.619ghz 741 CBR15 (834 CBR15 @ 4.213ghz) | Dell GTX 860m | 16gb HyperX DDR3L @ 2133mhz | 3D 120hz Display | 256gb mSATA SSD

Asus Zephyrus G14: Ryzen 7 4800hs @ 4.2ghz | GTX 1650 | 8gb DDR4 @ 3200mhz | 60hz Free-sync Display | 512gb NVME SSD

 

 

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12 hours ago, Tenoroon said:

Nice, I'm glad you got it!

If you have a screw bit set, just eyeball it. I've taken an LGA 1151 mounting bracket off with a very basic bit set.

Also, would you mind telling me how much they charged you for the plate? I forgot to ask them.

image.png.bfb9c2e8d487140e6d3c59bac1e9749f.pngcouldn't pass up on the convenience

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1 hour ago, KabyZen said:

image.png.bfb9c2e8d487140e6d3c59bac1e9749f.pngcouldn't pass up on the convenience

Hmmm, I'd rather not spend 166 on a bracket, I may just cut my own. Glad you got yours though!

Clevo P870TM-G: Core i7 8700k @ 4.3ghz | Clevo GTX 1080 | 16gb DDR4 2400mhz | AUO 1440p 120hz Display | 256gb Samsung 850 EVO | 500gb WD Blue SSD | 1tb Samsung 870 QVO | 2tb Seagate 5400rpm HDD | Prema BIOS

 Alienware 17 R1: Core i7 4710mq @ 3.619ghz 741 CBR15 (834 CBR15 @ 4.213ghz) | Dell GTX 860m | 16gb HyperX DDR3L @ 2133mhz | 3D 120hz Display | 256gb mSATA SSD

Asus Zephyrus G14: Ryzen 7 4800hs @ 4.2ghz | GTX 1650 | 8gb DDR4 @ 3200mhz | 60hz Free-sync Display | 512gb NVME SSD

 

 

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3 hours ago, KabyZen said:

Speaking of brackets, hair dryer or heat gun to remove?

I would go with a hair dryer, Maytee used one in his old thread and said it worked fine, just be sure to keep moving it around a bit as to not overheat other things on the motherboard.

 

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Hair dryer. You need to heat up glue not to melt solder😁

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Cut the legs 3mm from that and it will be ok. it is exacly what i did on my dm. 

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Planning to perform the mod this weekend, so we'll see how it all goes.

On 2/5/2022 at 3:08 PM, runix18 said:

Cut the legs 3mm from that and it will be ok. it is exactly what i did on my dm. 

How did you preserve the screw threads, if you needed to? Also your GPU undervolt intrigues me.

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7 hours ago, KabyZen said:

Planning to perform the mod this weekend, so we'll see how it all goes.

How did you preserve the screw threads, if you needed to? Also your GPU undervolt intrigues me.

1. If you cut  with a dremel the screw threads remain unaffected. Vey important after you cut is to fine sandpaper them on a flat surface to even all the legs out. Check this pic for reference: 9DaSKcH.jpg

2. On the undervolt will come back to you with a screen shot when possible. 

PC Specialist P870DM-G ALIENKILLER | i9-9900K 4.6 Ghz on all cores (-90 mv undervolted) | 32GB Hyper X Black 2666MHz | Clevo RTX 2080 3.1b undervolted for better temp 1905Mhz @881 mv | AUO B173HAN03.1 144hz Gsync | Samsung 980 NVME | 1TB SABRENT NVME | 2 TB SAMSUNG QVO SSD | Dsanke TM BIOS - Chujoi13 adapted based on needs | Network Card: Intel AX210-AX | Windows 10 Pro x64

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On 2/7/2022 at 11:48 PM, runix18 said:

1. If you cut  with a dremel the screw threads remain unaffected. Vey important after you cut is to fine sandpaper them on a flat surface to even all the legs out. Check this pic for reference: 9DaSKcH.jpg

2. On the undervolt will come back to you with a screen shot when possible. 

sorry sound noob but what is this set up your doing on here

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17 hours ago, jasces99 said:

sorry sound noob but what is this set up your doing on here

I have posted the pic so you can have a rough idea of how the backplate legs should look after been cut.

 

That is from when i have done the easy bios access mod

 

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