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Required Tools

PH1 Philips Head Screwdriver

Packaging Content
Check Socket and Cooler Orientation

Attention

AMD Mounting Clips are asymmetric. Please beware of the Clip’s difference, and following the instruction below.

Line up the Clip A to the outlet airflow arrow, and align the Clip B to the inlet airflow arrow.

Attention

AMD Mounting Clips are asymmetric. Please beware of the Clip’s difference, and following the instruction below.

Line up the Clip A to the outlet airflow arrow, and align the Clip B to the inlet airflow arrow.

Attention

AMD Mounting Clips are asymmetric. Please beware of the Clip’s difference, and following the instruction below.

Line up the Clip A to the inlet airflow arrow, and align the Clip B to the outlet airflow arrow.

Attention

AMD Mounting Clips are asymmetric. Please beware of the Clip’s difference, and following the instruction below.

Line up the Clip A to the inlet airflow arrow, and align the Clip B to the outlet airflow arrow.

Installation

* Please refer to this link to learn more about how to apply thermal pastes.

Install push fan on the inlet side of the heatsink

Install pull fan on the outlet side of the heatsink

* Some mechanical interference with surrounding components may appear. The fan will not be controllable by PWM.

Required Tools

T30 Torx Screwdriver

Packaging Content
Preparation

Attention

The Intel mounting clips have two sets of mounting holes, please select the correct holes for your platform.

CPU Carrier Installation

Attention

Please be careful when remove the dust cover and check the socket orientation. Look at the socket closely and see if the pins are intact. The damaged socket may cause an unbootable system.

Check your socket orientation

Please note that installing an LGA4189/ LGA4677 processor and heatsink requires a plastic CPU carrier such as the one shown above. These carriers are included with boxed retail CPUs or Motherboard and available separately via Intel sales partners for tray type CPUs.

Contact ARCTIC Support if the LGA4189 CPU Carrier are not available on your product version.

Line up Pin1 Marking on CPU carrier to outlet airflow arrow on Heatsink

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to heatsink

Align Pin1 marking on CPU carrier to Pin1 marking on CPU

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to CPU.

Warning

Unsecured locking tabs may drop the CPU and cause damage to the CPU or the motherboard

Please note that installing an LGA4189/ LGA4677 processor and heatsink requires a plastic CPU carrier such as the one shown above. These carriers are included with boxed retail CPUs or Motherboard and available separately via Intel sales partners for tray type CPUs.

Contact ARCTIC Support if the LGA4189 CPU Carrier are not available on your product version.

Line up Pin1 Marking on CPU carrier to inlet airflow arrow on Heatsink

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to heatsink

Align Pin1 marking on CPU carrier to Pin1 marking on CPU

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to CPU.

Warning

Unsecured locking tabs may drop the CPU and cause damage to the CPU or the motherboard

Please note that installing an LGA4189/ LGA4677 processor and heatsink requires a plastic CPU carrier such as the one shown above. These carriers are included with boxed retail CPUs or Motherboard and available separately via Intel sales partners for tray type CPUs.

Contact ARCTIC Support if the LGA4189 CPU Carrier are not available on your product version.

Line up Pin1 Marking on CPU carrier to inlet airflow arrow on Heatsink

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to heatsink

Align Pin1 marking on CPU carrier to Pin1 marking on CPU

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to CPU.

Warning

Unsecured locking tabs may drop the CPU and cause damage to the CPU or the motherboard

Please note that installing an LGA4189/ LGA4677 processor and heatsink requires a plastic CPU carrier such as the one shown above. These carriers are included with boxed retail CPUs or Motherboard and available separately via Intel sales partners for tray type CPUs.

Contact ARCTIC Support if the LGA4189 CPU Carrier are not available on your product version.

Line up Pin1 Marking on CPU carrier to outlet airflow arrow on Heatsink

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to heatsink

Align Pin1 marking on CPU carrier to Pin1 marking on CPU

Make sure all locking tabs are properly attached to CPU.

Warning

Unsecured locking tabs may drop the CPU and cause damage to the CPU or the motherboard

Cooler Installation

Align Pin1 marking on CPU carrier to Pin1 marking on socket

Follow order 1→2→3→4, 3 Turn Per-Nut.

Torque requirement: 8 in.lbf / 0.9 N.m.

Install push fan on the inlet side of the heatsink

Install pull fan on the outlet side of the heatsink

* Some mechanical interference with surrounding components may appear. The fan will not be controllable by PWM.

BIOS Configuration

For best cooling performance, we recommend adjusting the fan speed in the BIOS. Follow these instructions to optimally adjust the PWM settings.

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