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Heatsink I have an NA115 Motherboard as new but no heatsink fan. I have searched all component suppliers web sites but cannot find a cooling unit to fit the cradle. Can you possibly recomend a suitable unit?

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1) Computer dirty inside?
Air is used to cool the hardware components inside the computer.
If the Processor fan, and/or Heatsink is dirty, there is one of your problems.

The Thermal Paste on top of the Processor may have dried up too.
THOROUGHLY clean bottom of Heatsink, and top of Processor, then Properly apply new Thermal Paste.

2) What condition are the Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, on the motherboard?

http://www.capacitorlab.com/visible-failures/index.htm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDGjWOabJ2E

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/616

Post back in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Dec 27, 2012 | Gateway HP 5188-8534 PAVILION A6110N...

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I have a msi 770-g45 motherboard, my computer suddenly just died. Now it wont power up anymore. The led indicators give a short blink and nothing more happens.


Usually a direct indication of a bad Power Supply. Weak voltage power rail, (Or more than one)

1) ALL of the LED lights on at once would use less than 1 Watt of power.
2) EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts of power.
3) A typical Processor can use 51 to 125 Watts of power. Depends on what Processor it is.

You have enough power to briefly light a few LED lights, and that's it.
Do you have a KNOWN to be good, Compatible power supply available to use for a test unit?
One you could perhaps borrow from a working computer?

[Note*
Failed power supply, and computer is dirty inside, are the two leading causes of computer failure.
The Power Supply is cooled by air as are the components inside the computer.

The Power Supply uses Heatsinks inside, and an internal fan, for it's cooling components.

Example of the inside of a typical SMPS, (Switched-Mode Power Supply),

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:ATX_power_supply_interior-1000px_transparent.png

The cylindrical blue 'can' shown as B, is an Electrolytic Capacitor, (Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor)
To the immediate right of the blue capacitor is a Heatsink. Looks like a series of finned squares connected together.
There is another Heatsink to the right of the letter C.

{Basic construction of a Heatsink is a plate of metal with tall, thin fins protruding from it.
The plate of metal absorbs heat from whatever object it is placed against, and the tall, thin fins absorb heat from the plate.

The fins then radiate the heat away.
The fan draws air across the fins of the Heatsink, and the air flow helps to carry heat away}

When the fins of the Heatsink are clogged with dust, dirt, etc., and the Fan blades, center hub, and surrounding cage, {Shroud}, are also clogged, the cooling capacity drops tremendously.
This causes the components inside the Power Supply to overheat.

Heat = Wasted Energy

The Power Supply strains to keep up with the call for power, but due to the overheated condition cannot, and eventually components inside the Power Supply fail.

Opening a Power Supply, and trying to repair it is not a recommended suggestion.
Electrolytic Capacitors can hold a charge for weeks, months, sometimes over a year.
Without using the proper technique to drain the residual power from the capacitor/s, the charge can be released to YOU.
The shock can be Bad to Fatal ]

Best suggestion is to just replace the Power Supply.
For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette.

Apr 03, 2011 | MSI 770G45 Motherboard

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Right i need the size or model for the cooling fan that all intelboard mode E210882


The Heatsink/Fan combo is based on the processor socket used.

After a few search hits, I have seen E210882 on Intel based motherboards, that use two different processor sockets.
The Socket 478, and the LGA 775 processor socket.

The socket for the Socket 478 has the pin holes. The Processor has the pins. (478 of them)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_478

The socket for the LGA 775 processor socket has the pins. The Processor has the pin holes. (775 of them)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_775

Identify which processor socket you have, buy accordingly as to the Heatsink/Fan combo.

One example of a Heatsink/Fan combo for an Socket 478 processor socket,
(Only Intel uses the Socket 478 for their Processors),

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=578161&CatId=795

One example of a Heatsink/Fan combo for an LGA 775 processor socket,
(Only Intel uses the LGA 775 socket for their Processors),

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3302824&CatId=1588

Remember to observe Anti-Static Precautions, Thoroughly clean the top of the Processor's case, and aplly fresh new thermal paste.
(A Processor is the most susceptible hardware component to Static shock)

[ Example of thermal paste,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3071621&CatId=503 ]

If you would like advice on how to properly clean the processor's case, properly apply thermal paste, and/or what Anti-Static Precautions are, post in a Comment.

Nov 07, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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My system is shutting down and restarting and it shows system shutdown by thermal


Hi:
When you have a thermal shut down, the first thing to check is the Heatsink/fan assembly. When you computer is cool, open the side panel, and power up the computer, and make sure the fan is spinning on the processor. If it is, observe the interior of the computer, and see if there is alot of dust and lint build up around the fan assembly. Obtain some heatsink compound, and carefully remove the clip or bracket that holds down the heatsink fan assembly. carefully clean off the bottom of the heatsink, and the top of the processor, and reapply heatsink compound in a thin layer to each surface, and reattach the heatsink/fan assembly, after you have cleaned it up. this should take care of your problem.!

Sep 21, 2010 | Intel D945GCCR Motherboard

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Need to get a heatsink/fan assembly for foxconn 945gz7mc-rs2h motherboard in an esystem ei305 computer.


Any of the heatsink/fan assembly provided by Foxconn will support you're CPU.
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Coolers/series.aspx?series_id=en-us0000008&series_name=INTEL
Socket LGA 775. See manual pages 7 to pages 9.
Main web site; http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?id=en-us0000201
This motherboard supports single processor including Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo,
Pentium® 4 Extreme Edition, Pentium® D, Pentium® 4, Celeron® D processors in
an LGA775 package.

Cheers'
Mike

May 30, 2010 | Foxconn 945GZ7MC-RS2H Motherboard

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Northbridge chipset overheating


A small heatsink fan might very well be enough to dispel the heat on the northbridge. If you can find a small heatsink/fan would be a better solution, but doubtful that you'll be able to mount it on the chip if it's not setup for one to begin with. Try the heatsink, and go grab a $5-$10 case fan to help with some airflow. If the Athlon itself is heating up, getting a better cooling fan/heatsink combo. Alternately there are some liquid coolers out there that would definitely keep you cool, but they can be a little cumbersome.

Dec 10, 2009 | Compaq Evo D310M 845G P4 Motherboard

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Removal of CPU


There are several types of CPU fan / Heatsink assymblies on the market these days, usually there is a lever, or two on either side of the fan that tension the fan and heatsink to the CPU socket. Once released the fan/heatsink should come off as a single unit. Sometimes you may need to gently " wiggle " the fan/heatsink in a rotating motion to loosen it from the CPU thermal grease.

Once the fan/heatsink is removed, the CPU slot will have a single lever on one side, this can be lifted, and the CPU should come out of the socket.

Remember to gently place the new CPU into the socket, it should only seat properly one way, so remember to note how the original CPU was seated.

Apply a very thin film of thermal grease to the top of the CPU*, and re-attach the cooling fan / heatsink unit.

*Thermal grease is quite inexpensive, and easy to apply, put a small dab in the center of the top of the CPU, and with a small flat piece of plastic such as an old credit card, smooth the grease out and spred it to the edges of the raised surface of the CPU.

Nov 03, 2009 | ASUS P4S8X Motherboard

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Abit kn9 sli overheating ??


The problem could be a failed electronic component, and no cooling remedy will solve the problem. When some components fail, they result in high heat conditions.

Aug 01, 2009 | Abit KN9-SLI Motherboard

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My computer shutdown after 1 or 2 hours


unplug & remove cover and clean dust,dirt out with compressed air plug back in and try. check all cooling fans and make sure they are running if not check connections or replace with new one

Dec 18, 2008 | Biostar MCP6P-M2 Motherboard - v6.0,...

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Heatsink/fan mounting problem


I have never heard of using a certain cpu cooler that would void a warranty.if the cooler is for the cpu then use that 1 i/e the arctic

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