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can i use the Corb with this card?

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Old 07-01-02, 02:25 PM Thread Starter   #1
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can i use the Corb with this card?


i will soon want to replace the hs on my msi G3Ti200 but im not sure if i will get attaching the Corb with the holes on the pcb.
i need to buy it online so i need to know this before.

i want help from ppl using the same card or ppl who have any comments about the picture below.
thanks!

this is the back side of my cards pcb.
note there r four extra holes besides the two the stock hs uses.
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Old 07-01-02, 05:45 PM   #2
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according to thermaltake the pins are 54mm apart (5.4cm) + or - 0.5mm. it shows that on this page and there is also a .pdf file that you can download that says the same thing.

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