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Convert push pins to screws?

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i have a cooler master hyper TX3 cpu cooler and wanted to know if anyone has made a push pin HS into a screwed down one:)
 

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its entirely possible, but i've never done it before. just find a screw that fits through the hole with the right sized head on it, and have fun.
 
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its entirely possible, but i've never done it before. just find a screw that fits through the hole with the right sized head on it, and have fun.
thats what i was going to do soon prolly do that tomarrow when i take about my rig to paint the inside and the grills
 
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I would maybe add some high tension spring in between... for some safe margins. But then again, we're not on the socket A era anymore :D
 
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Should be able to buy one of those $5 bracket kits that Xigmatek sells and use the screws and base plate off that.