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    NF7-S (v2.0) nb fan

    Hi guys.

    I have the stock nb fan running. And it is on its last legs i think, very noisey and spinning at an inconsistant speed.

    Loads of people have had this issue, surely it is known with abit too!? I got my board 1 1/2 years ago. Is it possibel for me to bug abit for a new fan, under warrenty type thing? or is my only option to go out and buy a new one?

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    The if its still under warrantee you can send the whole board back for a repalcement, if not there is nothing abit will do.

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    Actually, Abit are reasonably good about NB fans - they offered to replace one on an IC7-G here for the cost of P&P. That said, I'd be tempted to just stick a Zalman NB47 on it and call it good.

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    yea i mean u could wait for ages. wouldnt it be quicker to just buy a northbridge cooler

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    The last months with my nf7-sv2 i just unplugged the fan and had no stability issues

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