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What screws do i need to open up my GPU?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Im going to open up my gpu and fixe one of the fans, its just that i dont know the screw size.

I have some couple of questions:

1, Do all GPUs use the same screws?

2. In a single GPU, are there multiple screw sizes? or they just use one type

3. What is the size


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1- no, but simlar usually.

2- on the shroud, usually not, for the whole gpu, yes

3- a #0 and #00 bit usually works for all the screws on something like a gpu. just get a set with different sizes, chances are a good bit set will come in handy for other things down the road anyway.

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1. No.

2. Depends on the card, most of them will have different sizes and some may have different types such as Philips and Torx.

3. It depends, a Philips bit size 00 or 000 usually works for me.

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