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[SOLVED] Re: Choosing a CPU fan

 
 
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      Jul 30th, 07, 2:49 AM
On Sat, 28 Jul 2007 14:45:17 GMT, "Kev" <> wrote:

>I have just ordered an Athlon 64 4000+ Skt 939 CPU (which is the fastest
>processor that will fit my Epox EP-9NPA+Ultra motherboard ). I have only
>ever installed 2 processors before and both of these were supplied with a
>fan included, but this new one comes alone. I will therefore need to buy a
>separate fan, but I know very little about CPU fans. Are there any
>particular factors that I need to consider?
>
>Kev
>



There are lots, but best to select your fan from an approved list from
AMD. You will need more cooling power if you ever decide to overclock
your CPU, otherwise a $25 one with heatsink will do. Not sure if your
MoBo has a CPU fan connector(s) for monitoring.
 
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