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    Angry ATI 9000 fan problem!

    i noticed that i had been getting alot of freeze outs lately,
    i began to think it was my software... but a few days ago
    i looked under my grx card and noticed that my fan had stoped working, there for leading to all the crashing!

    if u know a way to get a fan on there, or know a compony that
    dose this kind of problem then reply!

    thanks


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    i've got a 9000, and it doesn't have a fan, so perhaps if you put on a large heatsink it might be okay without the fan ?

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    yeah that or just get a crystal orb or summat and replace it.
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