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    Default Asus ABN-E onboard graphics fan

    Hi there all
    How do you remove the onboard graphics fan from a Asus ABN-E motherboard and where can you acquire a new one. It has started making a lot of noise(stuffed) They don't actually use it but if the onboard graphics cooks itself will it stuff the MB.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebartnz View Post
    Hi there all
    How do you remove the onboard graphics fan from a Asus ABN-E motherboard and where can you acquire a new one. It has started making a lot of noise(stuffed) They don't actually use it but if the onboard graphics cooks itself will it stuff the MB.
    Thank you.
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    Default Re: Asus ABN-E onboard graphics fan

    Quote Originally Posted by memphis View Post
    Ring up a pc club ask if someone will do it for you for some beer in return!!
    Thank you for nothing.
    The reason I asked is because it looks like I may have to remove the motherboard to get to the back of it
    By the way it was an A8N-E

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    Default Re: Asus ABN-E onboard graphics fan

    This what you want ?

    I would say you would have to remove the mobo, as the pics above show the chipset fan (I think this is the fan youre talking about), the retaining pegs go through to the other side

    Looks like this is a common prob with this mobo
    Last edited by Speedy Gonzales; 04-09-2008 at 10:22 PM.

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    Default Re: Asus ABN-E onboard graphics fan

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales View Post
    This what you want ?

    I would say you would have to remove the mobo, as the pics above show the chipset fan (I think this is the fan youre talking about), the retaining pegs go through to the other side

    Looks like this is a common prob with this mobo
    Thanks very much Speedy you are a champ.

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