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Does anyone know what the part number is for the heatsink bracket for this mobo??

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Hi,
There is no part number, you go by the socket type which is a Socket 775 heatsink.



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Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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CLip of motherboard felt off.


http://www.heatsinkfactory.com/cpu-retainer-clips-intel-pentium-4-478.html

That would be for an AOpen AX4SPE-UN motherboard, because it has a Socket 478 processor socket.

I had it happen to an old mobo in the past, with a Socket 478 processor socket; and no clips.

I used a straight piece of coat hanger, and went from hole to hole, on one side.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/P4-Socket-478-Intel-CPU-Retention-Retainer-Bracket-/140647148266?pt=US_Fan_Heatsin_Brackets_Accs&hash=item20bf392aea

Had a slight bend in the middle, and this bend went partially across one side of the finned Heatsink.

Small piece of coat hanger again, on the other side.
Cut to the right length, and with the correct bend, the two pieces of coat hanger, put even pressure down on the finned Heatsink.

Problem is they twisted. The pressure on the bent part against the Heatsink, made them want to spin up away, from the Heatsink.
So I added a piece of coat hanger on each side, to keep the side coat hanger pieces from twisting.

Hard to explain, and looked like something from Dr.Frankenstein's laboratory.

Worked though.

(Too much pressure, and it will break the plastic retention bracket on the motherboard.
Not even pressure on both sides, and Heatsink will not sit flat on Processor. This = No.
You just have to 'dial it in', (Coat hanger pieces), or use the correct part/s)

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Sunon cpu fan stopped working and I bought another fan/heatsink combination because I couldnt find just the fan only. When I screw the heatsink onto the bracket it leaves a quarter inch space between the...


It sounds like you have the incorrect replacement. You do not want any space between heatsink and CPU.

Will the fan off it swap with your original?

Don't forget themal paste either.

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Motherboard model number


you can see on the motherboard.watch carefully...

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My emachine won't start the fans come on but no light any clue what i can do


it could be the front connectors...if you can read your mobo it should diagram it out for you...it will also say in the manual, not that anyone keeps them.
The LED is not important in retrospect but the PW switch should be connected right if the fans are coming on, could be a bad MOBO
also check:
RAM-if you have multiple sticks of ram one could've gone bad
CPU-remove the processor and heat sink, replace, being careful to seat it onto the mobo right, apply thermal paste and replace heatsink. the cpu would be my guess as the probable cause

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Need to find a new alum&copper heatsink and fan combo


This is a standard micro atx board. The holes you are seeing will be on any 478 mobo, you just have to remove the black bracket, which is usually achieved by lifting the center pin in each of the corners.

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Sometimes my computer restarts suddenly.


this problem is due overheating, and you say yo have a C2D with this mobo.... at intel site it said that this mobo works fine with intel P4, Pentium Duo an Celeron but not C2D. Its true that you have 800Mhz FSB and it will detect the micropro.... and work fine but the C2D will overheat the mobo for its need of energy and overheat it so it start restarting. I dont know how much that mobo is going to last but start installing all cooler you can....the mission is to cool down that mobo and micro...

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The cpu heatsink clip has come apart, would like to know how to fix. the model is hp pavilion 734.uk


http://cgi.ebay.com/Intel-Socket-478-HEATSINK-RETENTION-BRACKET-Module-ONLY_W0QQitemZ170211538308QQihZ007QQcategoryZ14293QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

That's what usually breaks if you have a 478 pin cpu. Should be available in any computer shop. If the actual metal bracket on the heatsink broke you will have to buy a new fan/heatsink. Both solutions are cheap.

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