I'm installing a new CPU (i7-950) in my Asus Sabertooth X58. This is my first build and I don't want to break anything.
I've got the CPU sitting in the socket on the board, I'm about to close the lock, but it seems really tight. The CPU is sitting in perfectly. I didn't push it down. It fits like a glove. I'm just nervous about pushing the locking arm down because it seems crazy tight. Should it be really tight?
Without being the one doing it I can't (and I don't see how anyone else can) be definitely certain you've done everything properly, but in general, yes, it should be VERY tight so that the heat sink and
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