Re: Weren't bad caps only an early 2000s phenomenon?
Posted: Fri May 24, 2019 11:58 am
The Egg wrote:just brew it! wrote:My SOP in those days was to replace the chipset fans with passive coolers. Sometimes you had to get a little creative since a passive cooler large enough to keep the chipset cool would result in mechanical clearance issues with other components. In a couple of cases I had to cut some of the fins down to fit around the video card...just brew it! wrote:Captain Ned wrote:Zalnan ZN47 or something like that.
https://www.amazon.com/Zalman-ZM-NB47J- ... B000292DNQ
I did the same. And that exact heatsink. I actually still have a couple unopened.
I had an unit that was used to replace the crappy NB HSF on my old EpoX Nforce 4 board.