Right i have been looking for a custom K8 socket convertor for my Thermalright SI-120 so that i could install it on my new AMD Setup. I found someone willing to sell there K8 Adaptor and got it yesterday, but it looks like it wont fit on my ASRock Dual Sata 2 board. I removed the old K8 Socket Bracket and attempted to place the Thermalright SI-120 one in its place, but the 4pins that sit in each corner are not in the same place as the one attached to the ASRock, the screw whole are, but i dont have the screws that came with the Thermalright SI-120. I was thinking of just finding some screws that may fit it, but im worried that it wouldnt be stable enough and may cause to much strain on the board. I really need to sort this out ASAP, so what should i do? Just throw in the towel with the Thermalright SI-120 and flog it on? or should i try and risk it with some dodgy screws?