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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2003 8:24 am 
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Test the software -- see if that chipset fan can be speed controlled by the mobo. If so, great, you have id'd the correct fan header. Then remove the wee fan carefully & save it. If you ever have to RMA the board, just put the chipset fan back. ;) Chances are, if you're undervolting the CPU, the chip won't ever get really hot. (I bet you won't have to underclock to get good cool performance with a top HS). The fan is often there for marketing to oc'ers, who need it for stability. Some air overflow from your CPU fan will help anyway.


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