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mshabsovich

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I have an Nvidia Geforce 4 in my old PC. The fan broke. What would be the correct type of fan or heatsink replacment for it? If its not to hard can you give me a link.
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If it's an MX, you can probably leave it be.

If it's a Ti.. well, you can probably also leave it be if the case is well ventilated.

There wasn't a standard fan arrangement for Ti cards, so you'd have to find the exact card name and run it by Google to pull up the manufacturer and a replacement part number.

Most MX units were based on the reference card design. Some had fans, many didn't. Frankly I'd just leave it be if it's an MX. Perhaps point a spare case fan at it.

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I have the mx440 laying here, mine didn't come with a heatsink or a fan at all. Just bare chips.
 

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so i guess i dont need one at all?
its a fairly low end card. I had to replace it when i started playing games like Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, and Half Life 2, becasue it does not have a pixel shader.
 
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