Disclaimer Simple, DO NOT do what we have documented in this novelty based article if you can not afford to buy yourself a new CPU in case your CPU gets murdered in the process! - "don't touch what you can't pay for..." Introduction ThermalTake were kind enough to send us out a few samples of their latest socket a Chrome Orbs to test at TweakTown. I thought, "Yeah, cool... I don't have a socket a processor yet, what am I meant to do with them?" Simple, do exactly what Thermaltake warn us not to do. According to the green box the Orbs came in, the Chrome Orbs only fit on socket a adapters...
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