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Thread: ANyone have this: MSI P4N Diamond, nForce4 SLI Intel Edit?

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    I need some info on the fan that is on this MB for the chipset.

    I have ordered the MB but is consered about that fan beeing in the way when I'm gonna seat the fan on the CPU that is a Zalman CNPS7700-Cu that is pretty low :S

    I just have to get this things up and running before the weekend with my new Gainward GeForce 7950GX2 card so if anyone got an idea just SPEAK UP

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    Your post is very unclear.


    MSI website shows this: http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p...amond&class=mb



    Doesn't show any fans.

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    On the webpage where I bought the thing it's linked to this http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc...il.php?UID=663 who got the fan on the chipset but I guess it's another version of the thing.

    I guess they linked to the wrong page.

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    www.msi.com.tw is the authoritative site for Micro-Star, so I'd normally be tempted to believe that one rather than www.msicomputer.com, which is basically the US site.

    However, some regional msi sites I've looked at show a fan, others show just a heatsink. On the ones showing a fan, it appears to be simply fastened on top of the heatsink on those without a fan.

    I guess you'll find out when it arrives.
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    Thanks for the clarification. I always end up with more answers than questions about the MSI sites and the different versions of motheboards etc. Maybe it is my head but I find Asus etc. better that way.

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    I find Asus better full stop (period).
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    I like Gigabyte and boards that support AMD processors.

    But if I were to go with Intel, I'd be sure to go with the Pentium D805 2.66 and a board that supports DDR2 @800MHz.

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