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ASUS cpu fan required

I need to know the type or model of cpu fan kit I need to buy for an ASUS motherboard P5PE-VM.

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Re: ASUS cpu fan required

Intel Socket 775... go for copper if u can get one, those boards run pretty hot.

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Re: ASUS cpu fan required

CPU fan is supplied with the processor it self you need to contact your processor company

it you are talking abt the Casing fan then just get an ordinary casing from from a hardware shop

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