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Need a replacement fan for 7600gt graphics card. Any idea where I can get one from?

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banned8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Thanks. A basic stock fan will do. Google wasn't my friend.
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banned8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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Is your card still under warrenty? Even if not contact the manufacturer and see if they will send you out a replacement.
If all else fails try the zalman vf900-cu. It gets great reviews and will make your card quieter but costs £20.
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banned#3
Thanks Gavin. I was hoping for a cheap swapover as the card is only worth about £20. i will give the manufacturer a call.
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csiman
Thanks Gavin. I was hoping for a cheap swapover as the card is only worth about £20. i will give the manufacturer a call.


Yes well thats what I thought. You could always modify an old cpu fan. Im sure there are loads of people who have old stock fans sitting about that they would let you have.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD;2108304
Yes well thats what I thought. You could always modify an old cpu fan. Im sure there are loads of people who have old stock fans sitting about that they would let you have.


Thanks for your help. Much appreciated :-D
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
Yes well thats what I thought. You could always modify an old cpu fan. Im sure there are loads of people who have old stock fans sitting about that they would let you have.


I do a similar thing with my old 6800GT. The fan didn't fail or anything, it just made more noise than I wanted it to make, so I took a 90p 8cm casefan that I bought from eBuyer a while ago, pulled the molex apart and reassembled it to make the fan run off the 5v supply instead of the 12v, and blue-tak'd it to the exposed heatsink of the card, having removed the stock fan. It works really nicely, and it's given me a silent PC. .

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