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Old 01-20-2008, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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After much searching here and Googling, I find myself needing to post this. To get to the point, I need a new cooling fan for my chipset because it is making too much noise. Here are the specs on my mobo. The chipset is an nVIDIA nForce4 and can be seen on this page, about halfway down along with the fan. I looked at the selection on newegg and noticed two types; northbridge and southbridge. Well, after more searching, I can't determine the compatibility of mine. So basically, I am hung-up on this issue. If anyone can enlighten me about this subject or possible point me in the right direction to a chipset cooler, it will be greatly appreciated.
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I found one: Newegg.com - VIZO VIZO-NBC-101-CPR Copper Sleet Chipset Cooler - Retail
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I just ordered one so I hope it will work. Thank you!
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