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    Asrock 939DUAL-VSTA Question

    I noticed that it looks like the HS mounting bracket looks to be attached by 4 screws, 1 in each corner. My Question is this, does it have the normal 2 holes in in the middle so I can attach a custom bracket to fit an XP90?
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    show us the piccy then. i had a 939dual and that just had normal 939 mountings.

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    i think it does mate, i would check but i dont fancy taking my PC to bits.

    i had to completely remove the bracket on mine to get my swiftech apogee on, im sure i used just 2 holes, one above and one below the chip
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    the 2 holes you are on about, are on the left and right of the bracket to fit the thermalright bracket, you just unscrew the 2 screws out of the stock one, and it should just come off, the thermalright one will just fit straight on.

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    ah hold on, i see what you mean now. could do with a view of the back.

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