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What cpu fan kit model do I need to buy for my motherboard ASUS S5PE-VM?

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Re: ASUS cpu fan enquiry

Hi, your motherboard type dont show up on google, but its the same as the CPU, if the cpu is skt A then heatsink & fan will be for a SKT A. Same scenario if its ,775,754,939,478 etc

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Ps should only cost about £10

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