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FAQ 1
Question : TRUE Copper being so heavy, will it damage my motherboard?
 
Answer : We did an actual test in our lab with TRUE Copper installed on a system inside a tower case and ran for a week. It did not show any sign of ill condition. Even so, we still recommend TRUE Copper be installed on a horizontal platform rather than vertical.
We did an actual test in our lab with TRUE Copper installed on a system inside an upright tower case and ran for a week. The motherboard did not show any sign of ill condition. Even so, we do not recommend TRUE Copper be installed on a vertical platform and we do not recommend users moving about the case when TRUE copper is installed inside.
 
FAQ 2
Question : Intel is coming out with its new CPU core i7 on Socket 1366. The positioning of the new socket seems to be not in alignment with any of your current heatsink’s retention mechanism. Will there be an adapter kit forthcoming for your existing HSF's?
 
Answer : Yes, we will have an adapter kit soon to convert your current Thermalright heatsink to work on Socket 1366. Please check out our webpage at www.thermalright.com from time to time for the update.