Just a little heads up on heatsink adhesives. I have successfully rebuilt a discarded computer at work. When I started it, system and cpu temps quickly rose. So, I shut it off to investigate the heatsinks on chipset and cpu. I found; A 1/2 millimeter thick wad of black, gummy stuff under the Pentium3 600E's fan heatsink. Another 1/2 millimeter thick wad of gummy clear glue under the I810 chipset heatsink too, after I pried that off carefully. I scraped all that gunk off with a razor blade and isopropyl alcohol. Reinstalled the processor heatsink with thermal grease this time. Arctic alumina glued the chipset heatsink permanantly back on. The result is a much cooler running computer, able to do a better job discarding excess heat buildup and no more problems with it.