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    Default Re: asrock b85m-itx which heatsink

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjakiller1 View Post
    Actually, The PC case I got was with 1 fan behind and 2 front, I found out this is for the graphic gaming connector but not the motherboard connector on fan, I managed to found a spare cable that connects all 3 of them with PSU, and I can use them now even without Graphic card Gaming. It looks good The i5-4750s with a good price, I was going to get I7 3770 OR 4700 but it was expensive, I always thought highest always better but now I get The i5-4750s its looks very good and plus I got 4GB CORSAIR DDR3 RAM and 750W PSU. Well I have to wait another two days for arrival of the i5-4750s.
    I assume you mean an i5-4570S, an i5-4750S processor does not exist.

    Also, graphics cards do not have fan connections for PC case fans. PC case fans may be connected to the mother board fan connectors, a separate fan controller, or directly to the PSU as you have them now. You won't be able to control the speed of the fans when connected directly to the PSU.

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    Default Re: asrock b85m-itx which heatsink

    Ops, sorry I spilled wrong, my Ipad makes its own spelling right. I know I won't be able to control all three fans, but I can turn them off both front at least, on Gigabyte GZ-G1 you could of control the fan front two of them but some how on Gigabyte GZ-G2 they have changed it by turning it off and on.

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    Default Re: asrock b85m-itx which heatsink

    Do you think the motherboard that burned from the graphic card I had, can CPU still be working?

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    Default Re: asrock b85m-itx which heatsink

    Your old cpu from the burned motherboard might still work.

    When you remove the cpu, carefully inspect the the contact tabs on the bottom of the cpu and the pins in the cpu socket.
    If there are no burn marks or broken socket pins, that is a good sign.

    The only way to tell is to test your old cpu in a motherboard that has the same socket type as your burned motherboard.
    Maybe a local PC shop will buy your old cpu after they test it and they might not charge you for testing the cpu.
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