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ASUS A8N5X K8N4-E SE/Deluxe A8N-E/SLI/SLI SE North Bridge Chipset Cooler Fan

ASUS A8N5X K8N4-E SE/Deluxe A8N-E/SLI/SLI SE North Bridge Chipset Cooler Fan

41a1b Asus N70 51KvHa2XOiL. SL160  ASUS A8N5X K8N4 E SE/Deluxe A8N E/SLI/SLI SE North Bridge Chipset Cooler Fan

  • New ASUS North Bridge Chipset Heatsink & Fan
  • Known Compatible Asus Motherboard: K8N4-E Deluxe, K8N4-E SE, A8N-E, A8N-SLI, A8N-SLI SE, A8N-SLI Deluxe
  • Also good for NB settings with matching mounting pin distance
  • 2 1/8″ (~54mm) center to center of mounting pins, 3-Pin header with approximately 2 3/4″ (70mm) power line
  • Fan Dimension (LxWxH) is approximately 1 3/4″ (45mm) x 1 3/4″ (45mm) x 1/2″ (13mm)

New ASUS North Bridge Chipset Heatsink & Fan

Known Compatible Asus Motherboard :

K8N4-E Deluxe, K8N4-E SE, A8N-E, A8N-SLI, A8N-SLI SE,

A8N-SLI Deluxe, A8N-SLI Premium, A8N32-SLI Deluxe, A8N5X and etc.

(Also good for NB settings with matching mounting pin distance)

2 1/8″ (~54mm) center to center of mounting pins

3-Pin header with approximately 2 3/4″ (70mm) power line

Fan Dimension (LxWxH) is approximately 1 3/4″ (45mm) x 1 3/4″ (45mm) x 1/2″ (13mm)

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  1. Dante says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    these fans are garbage, May 3, 2011
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    Dante (Louisville, KY, US) –

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    This review is from: ASUS A8N5X K8N4-E SE/Deluxe A8N-E/SLI/SLI SE North Bridge Chipset Cooler Fan (Personal Computers)

    I’m now on my third chipset fan for my Asus A8N-SLI mobo. I emailed Asus when the second fan died and they swear that they redesigned it in 2005 and it now works great. This is a lie. The second fan was purchased in 2008 and lasted only a year before starting to make noises.

    I’m pretty much stuck with buying these stupid fans to replace the dying ones, since all the other options were either too expensive or too tall to fit where the fan needs to be. But if you have other options, save your sanity and go with something else. These fans are poorly designed and poorly made, and your new one will FAIL. They aren’t terribly expensive or hard to replace, but it drives me up the wall every time I have to do it.

    EDITED: This review was originally written in May 2011. It is now December 2011. Guess who is having to order ANOTHER of these fans to replace a FAILING one?

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  2. Andrew Harris says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Absolutely what the doctor ordered!, December 30, 2009
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    Andrew Harris (Boston, MA) –
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    After having my fan die several weeks ago, and having to disable the alarm and live dangerously every time I booted my machine, I on a whim did a search on Amazon to see how much replacing my motherboard would cost. I haven’t had any issues with it other then the NB fan croaking, but I wanted to do a reality check and see what the board, despite being several years old, was valued at these days. After scrolling through a couple of them being sold for insanely high prices, I stumbled upon this item. Having measured my fan previously and looked for a generic fan to replace it but not having found one that I was confident would fit and be effective, I was thrilled to see that for a very small price (compared to the cost of replacement) I could have a brand new fan that would surely prolong the life of a motherboard I have fallen in love with. While many out there may likely say I should upgrade my mobo anyway, I honestly have no desire. Sure it’s running DDR400 and a socket 939 processor, but with the investments I’ve already made in top end components for this board, I’ll happily take the cost of a fan over the cost of replacing mobo/cpu/ram for a small incremental performance upgrade. This little fan, for all intents and purposes, just saved me hundreds of dollars!

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  3. Anonymous says:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Garbage. Not as advertised either. Cut and resoldered wires., January 8, 2012
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    Skutch

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    This item was about 2cm off from my board. It was one of the models advertised as working. I had to finagle a lot to get the clips to stay. They also never mentioned in the description that they cut the OEM fan wires and used heat shrink to extend them. The dimensions were correct but the pins were off by 1 aluminum piece. The solution that was given to me was “pay for it to be sent back, or take apart the broken one and replace with the new fan”. If I wanted just the fan piece, I would have ordered just the fan piece. Waste of time and money.

    BEWARE re-soldered wires! It does not show in the picture well, but they are there according to the seller!

    On a side note I have been building computers and networks for 12 years now, so I am not just a “new computer builder” who is “complaining”.

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