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Old 12th July 2004, 22:58   #1
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Default Intel 775 Socket Stock HSF

No more retention bracket.



Interesting to see some 3rd party products.
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I kinda liked the retention bracket idea...
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I like the s478 retention bracket - very secure design; pain at times to remove.

The new design seems to be using 4-spring loaded posts. But, the radial fins tell a lot more in cooling the MOSFETS around the base; and NB cooling also.

Notice the 4-pin connector instead of the current 3-in.

This means new fan for after market or 3rd party HSF.
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nopes, a 3 pin connector fits fine on a 4 pin.
 
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but won't benefit the no-step fan speed control of the 4-pin fans
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Bigger and better; accordingly they fit 775 socket. The big one is 120mm vertically.
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Gigabyte's own new retention bracket to accomondate the new design.

http://tw.gigabyte.com/DeskTop/filel...lga775rm_e.pdf
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