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[WTB] Zalman CNPS9700/9500 Socket 775 mounting backplate

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by newtekie1, Dec 12, 2007.

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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    I somehow lost my Socket 775 mounting backplate for my Zalman CNPS9700 when I was replacing my P5N32-E.(Something tells me The Destroyer of Opterons had something to do with it.) Luckily I decided to upgrade the cooling to an Ultra-120 Extreme, so it wasn't necessary when I put the machine together. However, I have another machine I am putting together that I need the backplate for.

    So if anyone has one laying around that they aren't using, that they want to part with, I would be very grateful.
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    THIS is the one you want.
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    Good find :toast:
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    dude, just call zalman's RMA and tell them what you need, I had to do the same thing a few months ago and they were really cool about it, just say you lost it (I accidentally forgot to take mine off a mobo I sold lol, as many people do)
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    Cool, thanks for the help guys. I'll try calling the RMA department, if that doesn't work I'll buy the one Hawk1 found. Thanks again guys.
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    np and don't worry they're cool as heck, it'll be free of charge
    you may need to go ahead and fill out an online RMA before calling though, but calling definitely helps because they put you on top priority
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    Just FYI i sent my old hardware to rick22 in these forums and he has went to a freezer7 .Shoot Him a pm and see if he will send it to you as he is no longer in need of it!
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    She is, I call her that because she decided to chew on my Opteron 148 one day while I had my computer taken apart replacing the motherboard. She just reached up onto the counter it was on and snagged it. That was the most expensive piece she has ever eaten, luckly she has grown out of that stage.

    Thanks, I'll try that.
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