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Old May 19, 2009, 12:57 PM
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hmm... try to use rubbers... i think there are a little gap between bottom of the heatsink and mobo...


Nice one! That made my day.

I would just grab some zip ties and plop a 120 mm fan on top of it. That would be more than adequate.
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The heatsink/fan looks like this:
http://www.dansdata.com/images/cel2/assembled320.jpg

The fan casing is specially made to "clip" into the heatsink. I might post a more relevant picture of it.
If that's what it is, that's a daughter-board with a socket 370 on it. AKA, you could just buy a whole socket 370 heatsink assembly. I think most socket A ones fit as well.
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Nice one! That made my day.

I would just grab some zip ties and plop a 120 mm fan on top of it. That would be more than adequate.
>_>


but zip ties is thicker than rubber...
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Here's some pics! All dusty and low quality! The first one is a bonus, just for your eyes. By the way, I purchased the CPU of second hands (for something like 6$, 2 years ago), originally there were a P3 667 in it. And indeed, this is a socket 370 CPU.

The heatsink is 55 mm x 60 mm x 25 mm. It's really small if you compare by today standards. (By the way, the 4th picture is a demonstration on how you install the fan on the heatsink -- you just need to push a bit further and it will "clip" in place).

Having a free fan would certainly be awesome, I'm not asking that much.
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Okies, I'll dig through the BIn at work tommorow, those pictures and Dim's were perfect.
If I find one, its yours.

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Does it have a standard fan header attachment?

If you don't have any luck finding exactly the right fan (I wouldn't bother), the great majority of AMD fans/heatsinks of that era were just screwed into the heatsink using the standard fan mounting screws so just go with the right size fan and don't bother looking for the exact mount. (The threads are just wide enough to hold onto the fins of the heatsink)
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This is only a 40mm fan, but serves just as well for demonstration purposes.......




Here's the overview to give you an idea what I'm talking about.... the fan fits between the ridges at the sides of the heatsink, but is just attached to the fins using standard mounting screws.






Just a closeup of the screw......






Not the best image for the side view, but you should be able to get the idea.... so long as the mounting screw threads are slightly larger than the space between the fins it'll have no problem holding the fan in place.
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Soultribunal: alright, thanks. If you find something and you want me to pay for the handling & shipping, just ask !

And the fan has a 3-pin header, like regular case fan can have.

Yeah, I get the idea. Guess it could be my "backup" solution.
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uhmm.... edited because I'm an idiot....
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You got some bulged caps on that board too.

And you really need to give that whole system a cleaning. That much dust on a ram modules could cause them to short out.
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