New case

hey i was just wondering if i have to take out the processor from the motherboard when i transfer to my new case i will take everything else out but its a hassle to remove the cpu if it isnt necessary..thanks
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  1. If all you are doing is moving from one case to another then there is no reason to remove the processor or RAM.
  2. It's not necessary to remove the CPU from the motherboard.

    If you have a really heavy CPU cooler you need to remove and install the motherboard very carefully.

    This might be a good time to re-apply new thermal compound for your CPU cooler.
  3. cool thanks i dont have a cooler so its all good
  4. No cooler? You mean you just have the stock cooler, right?
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