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[* icon_note] The CPU will most likely be stuck to the heat sink with thermal compound.
[* black] Insert the flat end of a spudger between the CPU and heat sink.
[* black] Gently pry the CPU up by slightly twisting the spudger.
[* black] Remove the CPU from the heat sink. Be careful not to touch the contacts.
[* icon_reminder] To reinstall the heat sink, see our [guide|744|thermal paste guide] for instructions on cleaning and preparing the thermal surfaces and applying a new layer of thermal compound onto the CPU and GPU dies.
+[* icon_reminder] For the VRAM chips surrounding the GPU, install thermal pads or a thick thermal paste such as K5-PRO, rather than regular thermal paste.
+[* black] Install your CPU into its socket on the board, not on the heat sink. Check the orientation and make sure it lines up correctly in the socket. [http://www.arcticsilver.com/intel_application_method.html#|Follow the instructions specific to your CPU type|new_window=true] to apply fresh thermal paste to the surface of your CPU. Then, reinstall the heat sink over the top.