When installing an Intel OverDrive processor, you must
ensure there is sufficient air space around it. If you don't leave
enough air space, the processor may overheat. So, ensure that
no obstructions (such as cables or expansion cards) intrude
upon the open air space shown below.
Gently insert the upgrade processor making sure that
it is correctly aligned with the socket and that you
do not bend or otherwise damage the pins.
Once you are certain that all the pins on the processor
are in the holes in the socket carefully move the
securing lever to the locked position.
The lever may require a considerable amount of force
in order to lock the processor in place. Take care to
exert no more force than is necessary.
You may now reassemble the system unit.
Expanding the system
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